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  • Preliminary Care Coordination Plan
    Description: Marcela Gaviria, a PBS frontline producer, confronts government regulators, researchers, and psychiatrists regarding the benefits, risks, and controversial issues in prescription drugs for bipolar disorder children. Diagnoses of such disorder is the most critical controversy surrounding the disorders. The disease was only believed to exists in adults before the 1990s when children as young as 4 years were diagnosed with it. Since then, the rate of bipolar diagnosis in children has increased significantly in most communities over a period of between 5 to 7 years (Gaviria, 2008). Like Gaviria, the former director of the National Institute of Mental health, Dr. Stepve Hyman, expressed his doubt regarding whether bipolar diagnoses are made appropriately.
    4 pages | 1136 words | 2 sources | APA | Nursing | Critical Thinking |
  • Beginner guide to Coding Qualitative Data
    Description: Responses from interviews and questionnaires ought to be coded appropriately for accurate data analysis. Miles and Huberman defined coding as an approach of assigning tags and labels to units of data to make them meanings for effective data analysis. Upon watching Dr. Daniel Turner’s YouTube video tutorial, Beginners Guide to Coding Qualitative Data, it is evident that qualitative coding data is not as simple as it appears. It is challenging to find the best technique for coding analysis to put units of data into corresponding themes or categories.
    1 pages | 341 words | 1 sources | APA | Statistics | Critical Thinking |
  • Tropicana Orange Juice Company; Ethical and Legal Issues in Purchase of the Marketing Plan
    Description: Decision-making is occasionally challenging, especially when one is expected to weigh between two options that seem to have almost similar impacts or can never be chosen easily. Managers in business set-ups usually get caught up in daunting ethical dilemmas where they have to make tough decisions. For instance, an unauthorized manager from Minute Maid Orange Juice offers to sell his company’s confidential marketing plan to the manager of Tropicana Orange Juice Company at $25 million. If bought, this marketing plan would cause a sale increase of $200 in 2021, and the Tropicana manager would receive a $10 million bonus from such an excellent performance. Tropicana's manager is in a dilemma on whether to buy this plan so that he or she can get the bonus or decline the offer because Minute Maid's manager is unauthorized to do so.
    4 pages | 1154 words | 5 sources | APA | Ethics | Critical Thinking |