Author Archive: Samuel Mwangi

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| May 17, 2022

Contemporary health care is faced with numerous challenges. Examples of these challenges are poor user experience, unresponsive websites, and information explosion. Marketing is positioned uniquely to address all three issues. Consumers in the 21st century are characterized by their desire for high-quality services. They want highly personalized service are willing to pay extra money to […]

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Discussion Question: Plan Assumption and Financials

| May 17, 2022

Every business needs a written financial plan. A written financial plan acts as a roadmap that guides a company towards fulfilling its financial goals (Молчанова, 2020). Potato Craze’s financial plan is as follows: Projected sales The cost of one bag of Potato Craze chips shall cost $3.00. Within the first month of business, the company […]

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Health Care Complexities

| May 17, 2022

  Health care is a complex institution because it is highly fragmented. The workforce of health care is complex because it comprises many professions (Broer et al., 2017). The workforce professions include administrators, managers, physicians, nurses, radiologists, therapists, and others. Workforce complexities arise when matching the knowledge and skills of a health worker with the […]

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Professional Traits and Skills in Healthcare 

| April 18, 2022

Health science is an introductory course that educates students on the various opportunities that are available in the healthcare industry. From it, students can healthcare students can choose what professional path to follow. However, once the students choose their professional paths, they may experience problems in their professional careers arising from workplace attitude, professional attire, […]

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Summative assessment

| March 28, 2022

Advantages The study elucidates how the quantitative research method can be utilised to develop interpersonal skills when undertaking quantitative research. Specifically, the use of socio-demographics in the context of examining the prevalence rate of mental health among Chinese prenatal as well as postpartum women due to the implementation of the two-child policy reveals the advantages […]

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Geospatial Project #1

| March 28, 2022

Q1: What do you think ‘eye alt’ means? (2 points) When you stare someone in the eye, your eye alt is the angle from which you are viewing them. The term “elevation” refers to the height of the earth above sea level. Distance from the ground is used to measure the height of a  polygon […]

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Literary Analysis: A Rose for Emily

| March 8, 2022

Literary Analysis: A Rose for Emily The literary analysis covers the short story, A Rose for Emily, written by William Faulkner. The story is a representation of gothic literature written in the 1930s. It is a presentation of the story of Emily Grierson who dies aged seventy-four after she had lived a life of isolation. […]

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Neo-Freudian Theory

| February 21, 2022

Neo-Freudian Theory Freud garnered multiple supporters who altered his ideas to develop new theories addressing personality. These theorists were known as neo-Freudians, and they established that childhood incidences significantly influenced one’s personality (Posey & Cushing, 2019). However, they concentrated more on the social surroundings and the impact of culture on one’s personality. This was in […]

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Light Up Stay Out: Target Inner City Illegal Marijuana Use

| April 20, 2021

Question Play the part of a sociologist who has been requested by your national community to craft a letter of intent to the potential funder, the Department of Health and Human Services. The project will be divided into two parts. In the first part, you will prepare to write the letter of intent by conducting […]

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Leadership for Board of Directors Strategic Planning

| September 25, 2020

Question Assignment 9 Leadership for Board of Directors Strategic Planning For this assignment, assume you are charged with working with a hypothetical board of directors for a hypothetical health care organization. The organization is a not-for-profit community outpatient clinic. Members of the board should be from several walks of life, professions, ethnicities, cultures, and disciplines. […]

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