Octcomes managment

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Outcomes Management and Fitness Outcome management can be defined as set activities for planning, managing and achieving the desired results from initiatives. According to Ellwood (1549), it is a technology of patient understanding that is developed to assist patients, providers and payers make rational choices related to medical care based on better approaches into the impact of such choices on the life of the patient. Therefore, as a tool for improving health care, outcomes management can systematically improve the health status of people, communities and groups through the implementation of fitness or rehabilitation programs that can be measured by variables...

Orthopedics

Name of the Student Professor’s Name Orthopedics 19th November, 2015 Case Study: Orthopedics Rotator Cuff refers to the shoulder joint or more technically the glenohumeral joint. The arrangement of the joint is such that lesser bony stability is associated with. Thus, it does not ball under the category of a true ball and socket joint, which not only provides buffering action during movements and resists stretch. The glenohumeral joint is controlled by the rotator cuff muscles and ligaments. These muscles are called subscapularis, supraspinatus, infraspinatus and teres minor. Improper biomechanics during throwing and repetitive...

Shangri La Case Study

righttopFACULTY OF BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND LAWINDIVIDUAL COURSEWORK COVERSHEETCoursework DetailsModule Name and Code Hospitality, Tourism and Events Operating Systems MANM156 Coursework Title Final Assessment – Individual Report Deadline 12th January 2015 Word Count 3000 Student DetailsStudent URN(7 digit number on Uni card) ************** Student Name *************** Programme MSc Tourism Management Student DeclarationTo be agreed by Student Please refer to the University of Surrey Regulations for the Conduct of Examinations and Other Forms of Assessments and your departmental Student Programme Handbook for more information on Academic Misconduct and Plagiarism. Declaration: I confirm...

Visitor Attractions Management Individual Report

righttopcarverFACULTY OF BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND LAW INDIVIDUAL COURSEWORK COVERSHEET Coursework Details Module Name and Code Visitor Attractions Management (MANM050) Coursework Title Assignment 2 – Individual Report Deadline Monday, 18 May 2015, 16:00 Word Count 2261 Student Details Student URN(7 digit number on Uni card) Student Name Programme Tourism Management Student Declaration To be agreed by Student Please refer to the University of Surrey Regulations for the Conduct of Examinations and Other Forms of Assessments and your departmental Student Programme Handbook for more information on Academic Misconduct and Plagiarism. Declaration: I confirm that the submitted work is my own...

Writer’sCase study: Jane

Jane's case study for psychosocial analysis Student’s name Professor’s name Institution Examine the situation presented in the case study by using the four goals of psychology. Psychology is a scientific study of behavior and how the mind works. Psychology has four key goals; to describe, to explain, to predict, and to change. The four goals will be used to examine Jane’s situation in the case study as illustrated below (Plotnik, & Kouyoumdjian, 2013). Describing Jane has grown through an abusive relationship with her father and has developed a self-defense mechanism for survival. She uses guilt to get what she want from her father, and the same skill is applied against her...

Assessment and Case Planning

Name Institution Instructor Title Assessment and Case Planning Introduction This paper focuses on the cognitive behavior, and its main objective is to develop a cognitive behavior therapy. It could include acceptance of one’s’ cultural beliefs, environmental changes that must be embraced to prevent the experience of cultural oppression, cultural strength, and support, support of respectful cultural behaviors the can help build. The clients therapeutically relationship, the use of a language that is relevant to a client culture will also be required in cultural behavior the therapy. Accepting the client’s cultural belief will also be important. Therefore to address the mental...

Mental Illness

Psychology Name Institution Course Date From the information provided Mariano could be suffering from post –traumatic stress disorder (PSTD), this is a mental condition that results from a stressful experience that is beyond an individual’s defense mechanism causing the person to elicit great fear, loss of control or even feeling helpless. Mariano could be suffering from PSTD because of the rejection he received from his siblings (Simpson & Simpson, 2002, p. 23). Mariano’s mother tries to compensate for the failed abortion by ignoring the other children and her husband who in turn ignore and annoy Mariano. It is said that fetus has a way of reacting to stress, and this could have...

Mood disorder

Case Study of Mood Disorders Student’s Name College’s Name Case Study of Mood Disorders Introduction In this paper, we aim to assess ourselves and study the case presented to us. By using the learned diagnosis tools, and the DSM, we shall give a diagnosis, and offer counseling tools. Maria is a 23-year-old female who came to her first psychiatric evaluation after being found wandering in the night. We shall recap the case study to have a better understanding of it, and to signal the key points that would help us in our paper. In the first place, Maria states that she has been having increased anxiety for the past three months since she broke up with her last boyfriend. After the breakup,...

Serial Killer

Serial Killer Case Study Name Institutional Affiliation Date Presenting the problem. My name is John Wayne Gacy, a national of the United States, a former building constructor, and a politician. I am a father, and I am married. Over the years, I have had mental problems that pushed me into committing heinous acts that involved hurting and injuring people. I now feel I need help overcoming these mental forces before it is too late to turn back. History of the presenting problem. John Wayne Gary was born in 1942 and was brought up in the suburban community of Chicago. John grew up in the care of his alcoholic father, John S. Gacy, who died at the age of 69 (1900-1969), who used to thrash...

Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia nervosa Student’s name Institution Bulimia Nervosa Bulimia nervosa is a disorder whose victims exercise life-threatening eating patterns. Victims are characterized by binging and purging of eaten food. The disorder is classified into two, purging bulimia where after taking a lot of food, the victims indulge in vomiting and the use of diuretics to get rid of all the taken food (Burby, 1998). The second classification is non-purging bulimia, methods like excessive exercising, dieting and fasting are used to prevent weight gain. The following is a case study for Bulimia nervosa victim, to enhance a dip understanding of the disorder. Identifying Information The patient is a white...