Current Events Discussion Board Midterm Evaluation PowerPoint Project Due 5

Current events discussion board midterm evaluation

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Current Events – (Discussion Board) Midterm Evaluation PowerPoint Project Due 5 Tort Reform and Reducing the Risk of Malpractice Human Body Parts Industry Organ and Tissue Procurement and Transplantation Mature Minor Rights to Refuse Life- Sustaining Medical Treatment Chapters 10, 24, 25, 29 Discussion Questions Topical Writing Assignment Due Current Events – (Discussion Board) Quiz 4 PBS Video: Sick Around the World 6 Human Resources Departments Chapters 11, 12, 13, 16
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Employers’ Health Care Costs Labor and Management Relations Business Process Outsourcing Discussion Questions Research Paper Due Current Events –(Discussion Board) Quiz 5 7 Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Reprogenics and Assisted Reproductive Technology Experimentation Clinical Trials Food Safety Environmental Safety Future Prospects: Health Care Management and the Law Chapters 31, 32, 35, 36, 37, 39 Discussion Questions Topical Writing Assignment Due Comprehensive Final Examination Course Grade Determination (Further explanation for each assignment follows this table) Assignments Number Point Value Total Points Discussion Board (respond to 1 of 2 questions per week) 7 45 315 Topical Writing Assignment (APA format; topic will be posted) 5 30 150 Research Paper (APA format) 1 250 200 Current Events (Select a topic that relates to weekly chapters) 6 10 60 Mid-Term Evaluation PowerPoint Project 1 75 75 Quizzes (20 questions each) 5 20 100 Final Examination (Multiple choice & short essay) 1 100 100 Total Points 1000 Final Exam is required Methodology: Emphasis in this course will be on text readings, lectures, resources, active participation in discussions, the completion of required weekly assignments and assessments. Evaluation: This is a 7-week course with a “Learning Outcomes & Assignments” agenda for each week. The file is located in each week’s Weekly Materials folder. Each assignment in this course has a rubric that will outline all of the assignment requirements and how each assignment’s grade will be determined. Each assignment rubric is found in the corresponding week under the “Instructional Materials” folder.
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It is in your best interest to carefully review each assignment rubric prior to beginning your assignment. Grades will depend upon students’ ability to: 1. Follow all of the learning outcomes and assignments, 2. Apply and discuss the weekly concepts you are learning in the discussion board and through weekly Critical Thinking assignments, 3. Develop and submit the appropriate assignments on time, 4. Provide regular, meaningful and substantive participation. According to University policy, in order to successfully complete this course, a student must satisfactorily complete the Final Assessment Case Study. If the student does not complete the Final Assessment Case Study, he or she will receive an F in the course.
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