Identify five (5) values portrayed in the novel/movie Don Quixote. Provide a description of the value as is appears in the novel/movie.

. Identify five (5) values portrayed in the novel/movie Don Quixote. Provide a description of the value as is appears in the novel/movie. Then, explain how the value applies to our current society. Complete table below Value Context in Don Quixote Application to Modern Society1.2.3.4.5.2. Based on the five (5) values identifies in the novel/movie Don Quixote, show how those values are portrayed in the previous ages studied in this course (Greek Philosophers, Confucius, Roman Laws, Middle Ages Universities, Renaissance). Provide a description of the value as is appears in the previous topics. Then, explain how the value applies to our current society.Don Quixote Value Alternative Value in Greek Philosophers, Application to Modern Confucius, Roman Laws, Middle Ages Society Universities, Renaissance 1.2.3.4.5

Should individual rights (e.g., parents’ rights to decide whether to vaccinate their children) be compromised to control the spread of communicable diseases for the good of society?

School board trustees are requesting public comment before they vote on a vaccination policy for all children in a local school district. Should individual rights (e.g., parents’ rights to decide whether to vaccinate their children) be compromised to control the spread of communicable diseases for the good of society?500 words, academic reference (2016-2021), no website reference!!!

Exploring the concepts of health: Why is the way an individual defines health and health problems important?

Exploring the concepts of health: Why is the way an individual defines health and health problems important? What are the implications for advanced practice nurses? Which theoretical model of health is of particular interest to you? Why? Length: A minimum of 280 words, not including referencesCitations: At least one high-level scholarly reference in APA from within the last 5 years

Using the formula 2ml/kg, calculate the dosage of contrast media recommended for a person your size. Compare your dosage with other students.

Using the formula 2ml/kg, calculate the dosage of contrast media recommended for a person your size. Compare your dosage with other students.

Why do you think the correct methods for administering medication are called the “Five Rights”?

Why do you think the correct methods for administering medication are called the “Five Rights”?

Briefly introduce a person you have recently cared for in your nursing practice. Discuss the person’s view of the cause of their health condition, the person’s health literacy, and the person’s identity on the continuum of privilege-disadvantag

Briefly introduce a person you have recently cared for in your nursing practice. Discuss the person’s view of the cause of their health condition, the person’s health literacy, and the person’s identity on the continuum of privilege-disadvantage (Table 4 in the Lor article on p. 361). What was (or would be) your approach to care for him/her in a culturally competent way?

Describe and discuss the nurse’s role in health promotion and disease prevention in older adults.

Describe and discuss the nurse’s role in health promotion and disease prevention in older adults. Share an example from your personal experience as a RN.Name and elaborate on at least three screening/preventive procedure that must be done in older adults.Define and discuss three common End-of-life documents that you as nurse must be familiar with to be able to educate older adults. 500 words, formatted and cited in current APA style with support from at least 2 academic sources.

Name and evaluate general criticisms of cultural relativism as being the wrong moral approach.

Week 1 Discussion: Is it Right to be a Relativist?.Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:· Textbook: Chapter 1, 2· Lesson· Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)Initial Post InstructionsThe study of ethics and philosophy is one that brings many different kinds of “thinkers” together. One person’s philosophy on ethics is another person’s philosophy on evil. We will be working this term on constructing personal ethical bases and understanding how ethical codes (both personal and professional) are created and followed.To start us thinking about the different areas of philosophy and ethics, and how we fit into the different molds or world views, let’s imagine the following scenario:It is 2019. The federal law banning female circumcision is still under appeal in the courts. You are a nurse assisting a plastic surgeon at a local hospital. The plastic surgeon comes from a country where they practice “female circumcision”. This practice is also sometimes called “female genital mutilation”.Fire Eyes: Female Circumcision, Written by Soraya Mire, Directed by Soraya Mire, Ethnographer Soraya Mire, Narrated by Carol Christiansen (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 1995), 57 minutesYou are not a member of the doctor’s culture, but reside in a state where this practice is still legal. The plastic surgeon has agreed to perform this practice on a young girl, the daughter of a friend of the surgeon. The friend has authorized the procedure. The girl only knows this is a custom. You did not know that today you would be asked to assist in this procedure. You can refuse to participate (your job may be on the line in the future due to that decision). Or, you can assist the surgeon. What ought you to do? We now want to examine the ethical issues involved. To do this, let’s look at the role of relativism, moral truths, and other issues.Initial Post InstructionsFor the initial post, address the following questions:· What would a subjective moral relativist say about what this doctor is doing? Do you agree with the subjective moral relativist? Why or why not?· Examine what a cultural moral relativist would say here. Do you agree with the cultural relativist? Why or why not?· Name and evaluate general criticisms of cultural relativism as being the wrong moral approach.· Is there an objective moral truth about any of the possible actions by the nurse and/or doctor in this case? Why or why not?

Write 1-2 paragraphs reflecting on your experience as you continue your journey to achieve your MSN and become a nurse practitioner and post to this discussion board

Write 1-2 paragraphs reflecting on your experience as you continue your journey to achieve your MSN and become a nurse practitioner and post to this discussion board.  Then save the reflection as a Word Document for submission later in the course. In week 8, you will submit all reflections as a single document.This reflection is worth 5 points and the final reflection document in week 8 is worth 15 points.You will need to post your reflection here before you are able to see other students’ posts.What were the most important concepts you learned in week 1? Why are these concepts important? How will they prepare you for your future role as a nurse practitioner? In what ways do you feel prepared for your new role? In what ways do you feel unprepared?

Explain how the unitary-transformative theoretical approaches impact grand theories and the metaparadigm in nursing

Explain how the unitary-transformative theoretical approaches impact grand theories and the metaparadigm in nursingStudents must include the following criteria for each individual activity:1. One initial posting by Thursday at 11:59 PM/EST.Include one scholarly peer-reviewed reference for the initial posting.2 pointsThe initial posting is substantive demonstrating critical thinking and thoughts delving deeper into the discussion topic and course content and includes a minimum of one professional peer-reviewed scholarly journal. 1 pointPosting and responses are clear, concise, and in proper APA format for citations and references. No grammatical errors are noted. The entry adds worth to the dialogue and the comments build on the previous statements of others.