General Document Guidelines Page numbers are cross-referenced with the APA Publication Manual , 6 th ed. If using another APA 6 th ed. reference source, search for topic in table of contents or index. Margins p. 229 1 ” at the top, bottom, left, and right of every page Spacing p. 229 Double space entire paper—no extra spaces (exception: a heading by itself at the bottom of a page—move heading to next page) Alignment p. 229 Flush left (not justified--right margin should be uneven) Typeface p. 228 12- pt Times New Roman; Always! Paragraphs and Indentations p. 87; 229 Indent the first line of every paragraph 5-7 spaces (1/2 inch) Space twice after periods in the body of the paper Space once after periods on the reference list Title Page Format p. 229 Example: p. 41 Exception: You do NOT need to include an Author Note The title page should include the following items: Running head: XXX Flush left (at 1” margin), aligns with page number on flush right (1” from right margin). Running head: XXX is used only on title page; starting on page 2 to end of paper, use only running header name in all caps, flush with left margin . Align with page numbers flush with right margin. Running head: RUNNING HEADER NAME (Example): Running head: LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT Choose 2-3 words from title of paper for running header name Running head and running header name have a maximum of 50 characters including letters, spaces and punctuation; count. Note: Running header name (LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT) is in all caps Page Numbering begins on Page 1, the title page Page number flush right--title page is page 1 CONSULT link below for You Tube Video with specific step- by-step instructions for setting up PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE – 17% (30 QUESTIONS) Terms & Definitions • Health People 2010 – to improve access to comprehensive, quality, primary care services.
Goals: Increase the quality and years of healthy life o Eliminate health disparities among Americans • Health People 2020 - The program is an initiative that develops evidence-based practice objectives designed to improve the health of all Americans. These objectives are targeted to be followed over a 10-year period 4 foundational healthcare measures 1. General health status 2. Health-related quality of life & well-being 3. Determinants of Health – aim to create social & physical environments that promote good health for all 4. Reduce Health Disparities • Electronic Medical Record (EMR) – Pros: allows for sharing of health information between healthcare entities & with patients, thereby reducing the cost of care, improving care efficiency, avoiding readmission and decreasing duplicate testing. Cons: the potential for data loss in the event of computer or system failure • Medicaid - a government health insurance program for low-income individuals funded by federal & state entities and administered by the state. * Varies from state-to-state.
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