my internship is with jasmine trangucci-clinical social worker in private practi

my internship is with jasmine trangucci-clinical social worker in private practice
Refer to the topics covered in this week’s resources and incorporate them into your blog.
By Day 3
Post a blog post that includes:
An explanation of potential challenges for evaluation during your field education experience
An explanation of personal action plans you might take to address evaluation in your field education experience
Required Readings
Thyer, B. A. (2013). Evidence-based practice or evidence-guided practice: A rose by any other name would smell as sweet [Invited response to Gitterman & Knight’s “evidence-guided practice”]. Families in Society, 94(2), 79–84.
Wharton, T. C., & Bolland, K. A. (2012). Practitioner perspectives of evidence-based practice. Families in Society, 93(3), 157–164.

 

 

First, take a moment to think about what is going on in your own community. Is t

First, take a moment to think about what is going on in your own community. Is there a new housing ordinance that the city government will be voting on soon?  Is there a proposal going before the school board that would impact families? Have you seen any notices about protests, marches, or meetings in your area? Identify a current issue or movement (e.g., Women’s March, Black Lives Matter, immigration rights) about which you would like to learn more.  This topic should be something in which you are not currently involved and therefore can observe without becoming personally invested.
Second, you will need to attend and observe a local coalition meeting, a community meeting, a city council meeting, school board meeting, information session for that movement, etc. Be sure to take thorough notes, so that you can answer the following questions.
Who appears to be in charge? How are leaders selected? If there are no leaders, describe the structure of the movement or organization.
Which stakeholders are represented? Whose interests are most prominently represented? Who appears to be left out?
Think about the six core values in the Social Work Code of Ethics. To what extent does this movement encompass these values?
Does the movement/coalition address an issue identified within the Grand Challenges for Social Work? If so, which one(s)?
In what ways do you believe the movement could be made more equitable?
If you had been hired as a consultant to help restructure, what goals would you consider to help create change? Are these goals based on best practices?
After you have attended the meeting, record a 7-8 minute presentation using Zoom or Panapto and share the link or upload it here. Create power point slides that address the key points you would like to share with your peers about what you observed. 

 

 

Evidence based practice is essential to effective social work practice. You are

Evidence based practice is essential to effective social work practice. You are required to (a) identify a current practice problem relevant in your current agency (LGBTQ+ Community Center) (i.e., working with resistant clients, engaging clients when they don’t talk much, having negative perceptions about your client, counter transference, etc.), (b) after identifying your practice problem, conduct an extensive literature search as it relates to your practice problem that provides you with a complete understanding of the practice problem.
Based on your findings in the literature, what did you discover that will help you address your practice problem? How might your research guide your work in your field agency?  After reviewing the literature/research and comparing it to the practice problem, the student is expected to do the following:
By Day 7
Submit a 1-2 pages that:
Briefly discusses the literature
Briefly identifies the practice problem (The agency has been closed the past year due to COVID-19 AND clients are having a hard time opening up to counselors over the phone & zoom because they prefer in person sessions) 
Briefly explains how the literature will be used to address the practice problem while engaging in the agency.

 

 

about 1500 to 1800 words In the 1997 case of University and Community College Sy

about 1500 to 1800 words
In the 1997 case of University and Community College System of Nevada v Farmer, Farmer was initially awarded $40K in damages for violation of the Equal Pay Act. The university won an appeal in front of the State of Nevada’s Supreme Court. The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, leaving the lower court’s verdict in place. Defend or critique the finding of the Nevada Supreme Court using a deontological or teleological approach.
The WatchMark-Comnitel Corporation has undergone significant changes since their case of outsourcing. They were renamed Vallent Corporation, and later were acquired by IBM. This shows the competitive nature of the software industry. Based on this knowledge, examine the outsourcing actions taken by Watchmark-Comnitel from the deontological and teleological perspectives.
Present an argument that it is easier for employers to comply with diversity legislation in Canada than it is in the United States.
Select a source of media as outlined in Exercises in Media Diversity. Comment on the questions listed in the textbook for the media option you selected.

 

 

SOCW wk 8 Assignment 2: Application: Process Recordings A process recording is a

SOCW wk 8 Assignment 2: Application: Process Recordings
A process recording is a written tool field education experience students, field instructors, and faculty use to examine the dynamics of social work interactions in time. Process recordings can help in developing and refining interviewing and intervention skills. By conceptualizing and organizing ongoing activities with social work clients, you are able to clarify the purpose of interviews and interventions, identify personal and professional strengths and weaknesses, and improve self-awareness. The process recording is also a useful tool in exploring the interpersonal dynamics and values operating between you and the client system through an analysis of filtering the process used in recording a session.
For this Assignment, you will submit a process recording of your field education experiences specific to this week.
I have provided the process recording templet and the intro to Mrs. K I also provided the list of skills This must also include social work theory MUST INCLUDE THEORIES My field experience is at sound options https://www.soundoptions.com/ This is a masters of social work class
Provide a transcript of what happened during your field education experience, including a dialogue of interaction with a client.
Explain your interpretation of what occurred in the dialogue, including social work practice or theories, and explain how it might relate to evaluation covered this week.
Describe your reactions and/or any issues related to your interaction with a client during your field education experience.
Explain how you applied social work practice skills when performing the activities during your process recording.

 

 

Alex, a male African American adolescent aged 14, has come to therapy because he

Alex, a male African American adolescent aged 14, has come to therapy because he is experiencing the symptoms of a sleep-wake disorder. His sleep-wake disorder is disrupting his school work, causing absenteeism from school, and is negatively impacting his social engagements due to an increase in irritability and irrational thinking. 
Provide four potential questions you might ask about Alex’s current sleep hygiene.
Explain the role of counseling alongside sedative hypnotics.
Explain the long-term consequences of a sleep-wake disorder.
Include an empathetic reflection to Alex

 

 

Examination of Health Care Laws Introduction The health law field currently has

Examination of Health Care Laws
Introduction
The health law field currently has undergone and will continue to undergo, enormous change. Among the multitude of challenges are legal implications that come with electronic health records (EHRs), payments based on patient outcomes, mergers, fraud, insurance disbursements, and antitrust laws—just to name few. In addition, disruptive medical innovations, such as biotechnology and treatment research, have created new concerns over ethics and privacy.
To perform proficiently as a health care administrator, the current environment requires that you have an understanding of key health care laws such as the following:
Stark Law.
HIPAA for Professionals.
HITECH Act Enforcement Interim Final Rule.
Emergency Medical Treatment & Labor Act (EMTALA).
A Roadmap for New Physicians: Fraud & Abuse Laws; Anti-Kickback Statute.
The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008.
Instructions
In this assignment, imagine you work as an administrator in a hospital or health care organization. You are being considered for a promotion and are being asked to prepare a report for senior leadership that demonstrates your knowledge and interpretation of one of the above-mentioned health care laws.
To complete this report, select a court case where one of these health care laws was violated. Write an analysis of the law and the selected case following the SESC formula: State, Explain, Support, and Conclude. Be sure to also address how organizational leadership in the selected court case could move forward to ensure that the health care law isn’t violated again in the future.
Your report should be at least five pages long and should include a title page and references for a total of 7–8 pages.
Strayer Writing Standards
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course.
Grading Criteria
The grading criteria for this report is as follows. It must include the elements listed below, so be sure to address each point. You may also want to review the performance-level descriptions for each criterion in the scoring guide to see how your work will be assessed:
Analyze a court case where a health care law violation occurred.
Analyze the health care law that was violated in the selected case.
Evaluate the implications of the selected law on the health care system.
Recommend how the hospital should protect against another violation.
Support your thesis statement following the SESC formula (State, Explain, Support, and Conclude).
Use at least three peer-reviewed articles less than five years old.
Provide appropriate in-text citations and reference section.
Meet clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements.

 

 

PLEASE READ FULL INSTRUCTIONS. NO PLAGIARISM! NO QUOTES, MUST PARAPHRASE. I WILL

PLEASE READ FULL INSTRUCTIONS. NO PLAGIARISM! NO QUOTES, MUST PARAPHRASE. I WILL CHECK FOR RECYCLED WORK AND PLAGIARISM, SO WILL THE TEACHERS. THIS ASSIGNMENT IS DUE 07/22/21 AT 9PM PST. IF YOU CANT MEET THIS DEADLINE, DONT AGREE TO DO MY ASSIGNMENT. PRICE ISNT NEGOTIABLE. PLEASE READ GRADING RUBRIC. TEACHERS USE THE GRADING RUBRIC TO DETERMINE GRADE. IF DIRECTIONS ARENT BEING FOLLOWED, I WILL DISPUTE RIGHT AWAY. LETS AVOID THAT. 
PLEASE USE ALAMEDA COUNTY OR SAN FRANCISCO FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT 
Imagine that you have recently been hired to work at your local health clinic. Part of your role is to act as a social justice liaison and identify potential areas of improvement in your community.
From a social justice perspective, create a 5-minute video illustrating one example of social inequality in your local community. Address the areas below in a video medium of your choosing (narrated slide presentation, direct video, animation, etc.).
What the social inequality of focus is.
The reason why you focused on this social inequality.
Incidence and prevalence information, if known.
Impact on the person and community.
Social influences on the social inequality.
Biological influences on the social inequality.
What public health programs, if any, currently exist for this issue in your area.
Possible social justice avenues for prevention and intervention locally.
Please review the Canvas Video Submission Instructions (Links to an external site.) in order to get started. This guide will familiarize you with the Canvas video tool and review how to record your video to the classroom.
As an alternative, you may use an external platform such as Screencast-O-Matic (Links to an external site.) or PowerPoint. Please review the Screencast-O-Matic Quick-Start Guide (Links to an external site.) instructions if you prefer this option. This guide will familiarize you with the tool and highlight how to upload your video to the classroom. If you choose to use another video recording tool for your submission, please follow the guide instructions to upload an MP4 video file into your classroom using the same steps.
Important note: Please make certain you upload a video to the classroom board. A submission of a link to a video does not fulfill the submission requirements as your classmates may not be able to successfully access your video for a response. For advice and information on the dos and don’ts of webcam presentations, please review the Web Recording Do’s and Don’ts (Links to an external site.) resource.
Videos will be judged based on creativity, as well as on your ability to educate and inform viewers about the disparity identified.
Create your video in the classroom video tool.
In the Discussion Forum, upload your video to the classroom.

 

 

SOCW 6530 wk 7 peer responses  Respond to the blog posts of three colleagues in

SOCW 6530 wk 7 peer responses 
Respond to the blog posts of three colleagues in one or more of the following ways:
Share an insight from having read your colleague’s posting.
Make a suggestion to your colleague’s post.
MUST RESPOND TO EACH ONE SEPARATELY CITE EVERYTHING AND FULL REFERENCES 
PEER 1 Alicia Simpkin
Evaluation of How You Have Addressed Evaluation or How You Might Address Evaluation
Evaluation of a service is beneficial in determining how a program/service is being run and whether or not it is working the way it is supposed to. When someone evaluates a service, they gather information related to how the program is being run, such as whether it has worked properly, or whether things need to be changed (i.e. implemented or removed). Evaluation may be done through surveys or other measurements to determine the validity of such. This information gathered may be utilized as ‘evidence’ when defending the use of the service or program in practice. According to the text, when considering the use of evidence in practice, “practitioners generally first consider the proximal similarity of information and the trustworthiness of the source before directly translating research into their clinical practice” (Wharton & Bolland, 2012). Practitioners will determine whether the research can be trusted before moving forward with incorporating such into their future practice.
In my field placement, services are typically evaluated through client satisfaction surveys upon discharge, or one can determine how a program is being run through client progress. If the program is running the way it should, then client progress will reflect such. For example, sessions with clients often have a purpose, whether that is to identify their triggers and work through them, or offer resources and other information and encouragement that allows them to work towards achieving their goals, etc. If client notes reflect progress in their recovery and progress towards achieving their goals, then one is able to understand that the tools offered in the program are beneficial in client recovery. I would also address evaluation of the program through client satisfaction surveys, which would allow clients to address all concerns and share what has worked for them and what has not worked well.
References
Wharton, T. C., & Bolland, K. A. (2012). Practitioner Perspectives of Evidence-Based Practice. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services.
PEER 2  LaTiona Washington 
An explanation of how you have addressed evaluation or how you might address evaluation in your field education experience
The evaluation focuses on the patient’s progress, goals, and if they need to be reevaluated (Scarnato, 2019). At Rolling Hills Hospitals (RHH), the term “Hospital” informs how the intent is to stabilize and discharge. Initially, it was difficult to determine evaluation at my agency. We assist the patient in creating long-term and short-term goals. Due to our setting, we are unable to follow up regarding long-term goals. Short-term goals focus on stabilization so the patient can be released. These goals include denying suicidal ideation for 48 hours prior to discharge, attending groups, getting out of bed, eating meals daily, and complying with medication. The doctors visit the patient daily and are knowledgeable about these goals. The doctor communicates with the social worker and both evaluate to see if the patient is stable enough to go home. A patient is stable enough when they no longer meet the clinical perimeters to be in the hospital. The social worker meets with the patient every other day due to their workload. I conduct evaluations when performing discharges. I can review how the client initially presented to the hospital, their assessment, and follow up to evaluate their current progress. If everything looks good, they are released.
Reference
Scarnato, J. M. (2019, July 30). The Generalist Intervention Model. MSW Careers. https://mswcareers.com/generalistinterventionmodel/.
PEER 3   Omoyinka Orekoya  
An explanation of how you have addressed evaluation or how you might address evaluation in your field education experience.
Evaluation is the strategy to determine if the interventions we have used after our assessments of the clients are working, that is if what goals we hoped to reach have been achieved. It is also an endpoint activity that can lead to a mature client-worker decision to terminate professional relationships (Kirst-Ashman,  & Hull, 2018 p.308).  It can be done on the micro, mezzo, and macro. Evaluation can help to build the knowledge base of the profession through the documentation of the success of our efforts and increase both practice wisdom and publish knowledge (Kirst-Ashman, & Hull, 2018 p.310). Evaluation will hit its target if an evidence-based practice is used. EBP, according to Wharton,& Bolland, (2012), is  “a decision-making process integrating best research evidence, practitioner expertise, and client or community characteristics, values, and preferences in a manner compatible with the organizational systems and context in which care delivery occurs” (p.158)
Taking the importance of evaluation into consideration, as an intern, I  might address evaluation in my field education experience in the following ways:
Removing the fears that evaluation can bring. When it comes to evaluating my work, there may be questions like “what if I am not successful with every client. To remove this fear is to do everything possible to be successful while working with my clients (Kirst-Ashman,  & Hull, 2018 p.311).
Proper management of caseloads in order to be able to evaluate the outcome or follow up on my clients’ progress. If a client’s case gets worse, evaluating the process is already defeated. I will work earnestly to make sure that my clients are returned to the positions they were in before the crisis.
An evaluation may call for time, expenses, and patience. All these will be adequately planned to have a successful progress monitoring. I will also make sure that I get enough training in my internship in the use of evaluation approaches that are evidence-based to yield the best result Wharton, & Bolland,(2012).
Reference
Kirst-Ashman, K. K., & Hull, G. H., Jr. (2018). Understanding generalist practice (8th ed.)Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. 
Wharton, T. C., & Bolland, K. A. (2012). Practitioner perspectives of evidence-based practice. Families in Society, 93(3), 157–164.