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Task Solutions Of Types Of Risk For The Organization:GEOG111

Task Solutions Of Types Of Risk For The Organization:GEOG111

CONTINUITY DISASTER IMPLICATIONS OF A MEDIUM TO LARGE
HYPOTHETICAL ORGANIZATION TO THE TECHNICAL ELEMENTS.
Introduction
Globally, business condition …

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CONTINUITY DISASTER IMPLICATIONS OF A MEDIUM TO LARGE
HYPOTHETICAL ORGANIZATION TO THE TECHNICAL ELEMENTS.
Introduction
Globally, business conditions and atmosphere are becoming more unpredictable and turbulent
sometimes. Situations like social dynamics and sudden technology advancements affect
almost everyone including most organizations around the globe (Mitroff, 2004; Pollard &
Hotho, 2006). As aresult of these uncertainties, organizations that desire to be successful and
stay competitive must be protected well, to their profits remain sconstant even in the cases of
any business disruption s. Any organizations that incorporate Business Continuity
Management (BCM) in their strategic management gains a distinctive competency and
profitability remain high over their competitors such as in terms of operational resilience,
including the ability to swiftly recover in case of acrisis or disaster while also experiencing
reduced adverse impacts to their value and reputation Wong (2009).
Overview of the organization
Dow Jones is aNews Corp oration company that is committed to the tenets that responsible
corporate citizenship uplifts the lives of everyone as much as possible .Corporate citizenship
at News Corp oration focuses mainly on three areas: volunteering ,philanthropy and reducing
environmental impact.
Dow Jones is aleading global provider of integrated technology solutions ,best risk data and
have comprehensive services for reputational risk and regulatory management. The company
deliver sauthentic ,actionable applications and information that are developed to specifically
cater for compliance requirements and workflows related to counter-terrorism financing ,
international trade compliance, sanctions, anti-bribery, and corruption.
Dow Jones is a modern ingress to intelligence, with advanced data feeds , innovative
technology, award -winning journalism, expert research, integrated solutions and customised
apps and delivery systems that can bring information that matters most to customers, where
and whe nits needed .
September 11 tragedy negatively impacted many businesses. It was very disastrous in away
that many organizations failed, and others took time to recover their operations .However,
organizations that had comprehensive Business Continuity Management plan demonstrate d
high adaptability and within afew hours or day after the incident, their services had already
been restored .Dow Jones, located on 9thto12 thand 14 thto16 th of the World Trade Centre and
which had about 800 employees during the incident period saw all employees survive and no
loss of service or data was reported. This was attributed to the company having a
comprehensive Business Continuity Management plan in place (Childs & Dietrich, 2002).
Most important types of risk for the organization
Day to day management of organisation business requires hard work. While business growth
is the key ,risk swhen experienced in an organization can easily stop the organisation from
business continuity .
Below are types of risk sthat may face on organisation .
1. Economic Risk
Organization ’seconomy can constantly change due to market fluctuations. Fluctuation can be
either positive and negative and both affects organizations continuity. For instance, positive
events are good for the economy, leading to business boom and more income ,while negative
events on the other hand can reduce organisation sales resulting to economic instability .
Bearing that in mind, its thus prudent to monitor trends and plan for economic decline.
To prevent economic risk, organisations needs to invest and save money so as to keep a
stable cash flow .Also, operat ing with in alean budget is key in reducing economic risk to any
organisation .
2. Compliance Risk
Organisations are governed by laws and regulations that need to be complied with, failure to
which may result into penalties and fines .To avoid the risk, organisation needs to trac k
compliance by regularly reviewing government agency information ,joining an industry
organization .
3. Security and Fraud Risk
When organisations customers and staff mostly use online and mobile systems as mediums
for shar ing personal data, there are increased chances and opportunities for hacking .This risk
not only impact trust and reputation, but also organisation financially liability for any data
breaches or fraud. For effective risk management to be achieved ,the organisation should
focus on security solutions and fraud detection tools .
4. Financial Risk
Th erisk may involve credit extended to customers or organisations debt load. Interest rate
fluctuations can be athreat also .To reduce the risk organisation can adjust on their business
plan as this will avoid impact on cash flow or creating losses. The debts should be kept at
minimum and aplan should be created that will aid in lowering the debt.
5. Reputation Risk
This is arisk to the organisation from stakeholder or people perceptions of the organisation
profitability, authenticity, brand value, ability to perform your corporate function. To reduce
the risk organization should come up with strategies that can aid in regular monitoring .
6. Operational Risk
This business risk can involve several factors and can happen internally or externally.
Something can happen unexpectedly that can cause organization to lose or tamper with
business continuity. It could be a fire or any natural disaster and can damage or destroy
business. It can range from a technical problems or even power outage .In most cases
operational risks are related to people related and can impact organization with respect to
time, money and reputation.
7. Competition Risk
The risk happens when an organization becom es comfortable with their success such that
they they don’t innovate for organization continual improvements. In the case of Increas ed
competition and the organization is reluctant to to change and adopt new ways of operations
may result in aloss of customers.
Organization must frequently improve their performance, while maintain ing strong customer
relationships and audience as well as refine their strategy to suit their customers. In Addition,
itis very key to be on the look out on the competition through conducting research online.
In addition to the risks discussed above, below chart demonstrates the percentage and disaster
causes that are threat to any organisation.
Figure 1.Causes of Disasters (Telovations, 2012)
Risk management process is significant, and it entails pinpointing and analyzing risk s
involved in an organization ,and either take up or cushion that risk .
Figure 2: Risk Management plan
The table below shows lists of predominant continuity disaster implications for different
technology elements
Table1: Business Impact Analysis and Disruptive Events Relationship (Kirvan, 2015)
Technology Element Affected Operational Loss Business Activity Affected
Data and Apps Business inability to
function normally
Processes supported by
specific data and Apps
IT Network systems Business cannot function
well
IT System supported
processes will be affected.
Specific servers Specific business operations
cannot be performed
Activities supported by such
specific servers affected
DBMS-Database management
systems
Low ability in providing
Database management
(DBMS)
Activities that require
specific DBMS needs
affected
Below are approaches that could be used to measure and present risk. Includ ing the
implications for data in terms of needs to match the requirements of the organization.
Risk Matrix Approach- The approach allows expression of risk using classes instead of
exact values and thus forming agood measure for risk analysis and reduction .The challenge
with this approach is that it cannot provide quantitative values and poses difficultly in
assessing impacts and frequencies .
Figure 3:risk matric approach, consisting of matrix and the consequences.
Indicator based Approach- The approach, is mostly used in instances where there is lack of
enough data to undertake quantitative analysis, but also serves as a continuation of
quantitative analysis as it allows to consider other aspects than just physical damage. The
shortcoming with this approach is that itdoesn ’tprovide foreseen losses expected.
Figure 4:Risk Indicator based approach.
Quantitative Risk Approach- The method provides aquantitative risk information that is
used in analysing Cost-benefit Analysis (CBA) of risk reduction measures. The approach
requires alot of data thus sometimes difficult to quantify probability, vulnerability as well as
hazard intensity.
Figure 5: Quantitative Risk Assessment.
Event-Tree approach- The event-tree analysis provides the best approach for complex
chains analysis of events and the probabilities associated with it,the challenge that affects
theapproach is that different nodes probabilities are difficult to assess, and due to lack of data
spatial implementation is not easy to undertake.
Figure 6: event-tree analysis.
Conclusion
Although a good contingency plan is key to an organization ,it is regrettable that many
organizations lack it. As this is the case it is important for organization to have disaster
recovery and business continuity automation plan that anticipates giving many benefits for
the organization in terms of consistency, budget, quality, software update, testing, updating
the plan according to the latest technology changes, maintenance, and using the business
continuity software that ensures having astandard format all around the organization.
Performing Business Continuity Risk Assessment involves identifying the risks to the
business, this is the initial step in identifying factors that threaten operation of the
organisation. Secondly is analyzing the impact and extend of the risks to the organisation, one
could view this in terms of staff that will be affected or financial impact to the organisation. It
Is prudent to consider and handle each risk separately when performing impact analysis.
Thirdly is checking on the available risk management plan this is because many threats, risks
or disasters that impact on the organisation can be monitored.
It is always important to think of ways to restore organisational operations in case of disaster,
business operations must be able to recover after an incident for business continuity. Finally
in risk assessment it is very important to develop acontingency plan that is resistant to risks.
And as business continuity is unpredictable, it’sparamount to come up with plan that can
restore and help the organisation recover timely when itfaces arisk, threat or disaster.
REFERENCES
Mitroff, I. I. (2004). Think like asociopath, act like a saint. Journal of Business Strategy,
25(5), 42 –53. doi:10.1108/02756660410558933
Pollard, D., & Hotho, S. (2006). Crises, scenarios and the strategic management process.
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continuity management into corporate long-term planning. Journal of Business Continuity &
Emergency Planning, 4, 62 –68.
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Business Guide. Hoboken, NJ.: John Wiley & Sons.
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Kirvan, P. (2015). Today ’s most popular business continuity/disaster recovery standards.
Tech Target. Retrieved from http://searchdisasterrecovery.techtarget.com/tip/Todays-
mostpopular-business-continuity-disaster-recovery-standards

Assessment Answers | Assessment Of Body Composition: BS7208

Assessment Answers | Assessment Of Body Composition: BS7208

A WRITE UP OF ASSESSMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION
Student name
Institution
Introduction
There are epidemic increased incidences of obesity in various de …

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A WRITE UP OF ASSESSMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION
Student name
Institution
Introduction
There are epidemic increased incidences of obesity in various developed countries
presently. Insulin sensitivity and metabolism are impacted by body composition changes which
accompanies the onset and progression of obesity. There is postulation of adipose tissues being
key factor for regulation of lipid flux of the whole body which then modulates glucose
homeostasis and lipid (Naser, 2006). The comorbidities to obesity have also increased which
escalates the need for monitoring and treating obesity and its comorbidities as fats and lean tissue
in lipid metabolism plays arole in resistance of insulin Assessment of body composition are
performed depending on the target tissue and precision. Anthropometric assessment includes
abdominal circumference, measurement of skinfold, stature, and weight.
Depending on clinical concerns, the quantification of the human body can be done at several
levels. Assessment of body composition can be performed at an atomic level with required
elements of potassium, calcium, carbon and hydrogen at the levels of the molecule by the water
amounts, fat and protein at the cellular level with extracellular fluid and mass of the body cells
and at the tissue level for distributions and amount of adipose, muscle and skeletal tissues.
Analyzing the atomic by the cellular levels uses the methods of direct body composition methods
like total body counting, dilution of isotope and activation of neutron.
There are criterion methods for measuring body property like density or giving adescription to
its amount and the distribution of the tissues. The indirect methods like anthropometry help in
providing estimates by using results from direct methods. The methodologies for body
composition are often on the basis of assumptions in regards to biological interactions between
body components and tissues and how they are distributed among individuals who are healthy,
water and electrolyte concentrations and density of body tissues. This experiment used different
methods with the aim of making comparison of intra-individual differences in body composition
and risk that are associated.
Methods
This experiment used the indirect methods of body mass index and stature. For
measurement of obesity, body weight was used. Generally, individuals with body weights that
are high have large body fat amounts. Weight was measured by use of variety of scales which
were calibrated for assessing weight accurately. Weight changes of individuals have
correspondence to variations in lean tissue, fat and body water changes. Moreover, children also
change weight as they grow up and adults change weight as they make accumulation of fats.
Therefore, the body weight were taken in relation to other measures of body size because weight
relates stature highly (Chumlea, 1994).
The body mass index was used in expressing the body habitus encompassing the obese and
lean. It was used for monitoring obesity treatment where aweight change of about 3.5 are used
in producing aunit change of body mass index. The subjects in the study included adults whose
analysis by the use of body mass index was used to evaluate their risk for mortality and
morbidity (Frisard, 2008). The abdominal circumference method was also used by determining
the amounts of intra-abdominal fats.
Results
The physical characteristics of the volunteers were recorded in terms of age, ethnicity, gender,
height and weight. The table below represents the findings.
Subject Age (yr) Weight(kg) Fat Lean
body
mass
Height(m) Gender
WF 28 66.4 91630 57.9 1.63 female
HT 30 138.0 125510 71.8 1.23 male
MH 25 70.9 142450 50.4 1.09 female
QI 34 108.7 145530 72.0 2.67 male
The calculation of the body mass index for the6 group used the formula of weight/ height.
WF BMI= 40.1
HT=30.7
MH=65.04
QI=40.5
The subject were classified to being underweight, overweight or obese. The abdomen to hip ratio
and waist to height ratio together with waist circumference were also measured and recorded.
The risk classification based on the two ratios was analyzed. The weight of two of the
volunteers based on the BMI indicated that most of the volunteers had were obese as their BMI
was over 39.9 in obesity class III. They therefore had extreme chances of health risks. The waist
to hip ratio also indicated being at arisk for the males.
Discussion
Making analysis of tissue biopsies has been contributing to knowledge of metabolism and
physiology of the human body. A small amount of tissue was removed from the subjects and was
used in the procedures (Saidell, 2000). This experiment aimed at performing acomparative
physiology study for assessing body composition and the risk associated by use of different
techniques of assessment. Body weight was used in measuring obesity which when confirmed
can cause come comortidies like Diabetes 2.
Overcoming lack of specificity in the body weight led to the use body mass index which has
available extensive national data for reference. It is also used because of its relationship that is
established with levels of body fatness. For the subjects with aweight change of 3.5 kg they
should produce aunit change in BMI. The subjects with BMI levels above 25 were found to have
an association with increasing risk of mortality and morbidity. Subjects with BMI levels of 30
and above were considered to be obese. The two ratios were used to give adescription of the
distribution adipose tissue. The subjects with the waist to hip ratio that were greater than 0.85
gave arepresentation of distribution of fats that is centralized. Specifically, men with the ratio
greater than 1.0 were considered to have ahigh risk of developing cardiovascular diseases,
cancers and diabetes (Dana, 2008).
The measurement of skinfold were used for characterizing the thickness at different body regions.
The subscapular locations of skinfold varies by gender and gave areflection of changes in the
underlying locations instead of change in the body. One of the most in existence practice of
medicine has been analyzing tissue biopsies. In the early 1990s, the chemical direct analysis of
the whole body was used by co-workers examining. A whole body cadaver analysis was used
which focused on determining total body nitrogen. The findings in the study are unlike the
chemical composition which was considered to be constant among individuals (Chumlea, 2000).
Reference
Naser KA, Gruber A, Thomas GA, (2006). The emerging pandemic of obesity and diabetes: are
we doing enough to prevent adisaster? International journal of clinical practice, vol. 60(9), pp.
1093-1097.
Saidell JC, (2000). Obesity, insulin resistance and diabetes-a worldwide epidemic ,New York
Academy of science, pp. 28-31.
Chumlea WM, Guo SS, (2000). Assessment and prevalence of obesity: application in measuring
body composition, University of Memphis, pp. 45-70.
Dana L Duren, Stefan A Czerwinski, et al. (2008). Body composition of parents and their infants,
Journal of Diabetes science technology, vol. 2(6), pp. 1139-1146.
Frisard MI, Greenway FL, Delany JP, (2005). Comparison of methods to assess body
coabmposition changes during aperiod of weight loss ,vol. 13(5), pp. 845-854.
Chumlea WM, Guo S. (2000). Assessment and prevalence of obesity in adulthood from body
mass index values in childhood and adolescence ,journal of Clinical nutrition, vol. 76(3), pp.
653-658.
Chumlea WC, Guo S, (1994). The prediction of stature from knee height for black and white
adults and children with application to the mobility-impaired ,journal of Am Diet Association,
vol. 94(2), pp. 1385-1388.

Assessment Solutions-Different Marketing Strategies :BUSI660

Assessment Solutions-Different Marketing Strategies :BUSI660

Running head: SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Name of the Student:
Name of the University:
Author ’sNote:
1 SMALL BUSI …

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Running head: SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Name of the Student:
Name of the University:
Author ’sNote:
1 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Introduction:
Jetsudz Cleaning Inc, aCanada-based yacht valeting and yacht detailing SME, intends to
expand its service and enhance brand awareness. At present, this organization intends to
transform the brand into a big and well-known brand that people associate with quality. This
paper will outline how this organization can use referral program marketing to increase brand
awareness.
Discussion:
There are different marketing strategies: paid advertising, word of mouth, internet
marketing, referral program marketing, and others (Randall, 2018) . Based on the macro-
environment, strengths and weakness of the firm, the competitiveness of the industry, and the
preference of the target customer segment, contemporary firms need to use an effective
marketing strategy.
Having aclear understanding of the ships and boat maintenance and repair industry will
be useful for Jetsudz Cleaning Inc. In 2018, the revenues of this industry were approximately $
606 million. Thus, it can be said that expanding its business from cleaning service of cars and
trucks to the yacht cleaning industry might be fruitful for this SME.
Index 1: Boat maintenance, cleaning, and repair industry of Canada
Source: (Statista.com, 2018).
2 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
The objective of this company is to raise brand awareness within the next twelve months.
It can be recommended that this Canadian SME can use referral program marketing to increase
brand awareness. The referral program marketing strategy for Jetsudz Cleaning Inc will be
recommended in this part. It will allow this Canadian SME to accomplish its organizational
objectives within the next twelve months. Following are steps of the referral program marketing
that this Canadian SME needs to follow.
ï‚· At first, this SME needs to identify the desired outcome of the referral marketing
program. The objective of the referral program is to enhance brand awareness within the
next twelve months.
ï‚· This SME needs to analyze its existing referral sources in the next step.
ï‚· This organization has to create a shareable and remarkable service experience for its
potential customer in the next step. Satisfied customers will promote the excellent service
of Jetsudz Cleaning Inc.
ï‚· In the next step, this company needs to design an irresistible referral incentive. It will
motivate and encourage the customers to promote the excellent service of Jetsudz
Cleaning Inc.
ï‚· Next, this company needs to focus on the three phases of referral marketing: test, prove
and scale (Ghosh et al., 2020).
Index 2: Three phases of referral marketing.
Source: (Ghosh et al., 2020).
ï‚· In the last step, this company needs to let its network do the promotion. Satisfied
customers will promote the service and enhance brand awareness.
Conclusion:
In sum, it can be said that by using the proposed steps of the referral marketing program,
this Canadian SME can accomplish its organizational objectives and boost its brand awareness
within the next twelve months.
3 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
References:
Ghosh, S., Gaurav, K., Bhattacharya, S., & Singh, Y. N. (2020). Ensuring the spread of referral
marketing campaigns: aquantitative treatment. Scientific Reports ,10 (1), 1-15.
Randall, S. B. (2018). Generating Business Referrals Without Asking: A Simple 5Step Plan to a
Referral Explosion. Morgan James Publishing.
Statista.com. (2018). Forecast: ships and boats maintenance and repair revenue Canada 2008-
2018 |Statista. Retrieved 10 May 2022, from
https://www.statista.com/forecasts/333614/canada-ships-and-boats-maintenance-and-
repair-revenue-forecast-sic-3315

Case Study Answers of Flat Organisational Structure

Case Study Answers of Flat Organisational Structure

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Business Plan Draft: Human Resources Plan should answer the following key
questions
ï‚· Structure
o How will the com …

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Business Plan Draft: Human Resources Plan should answer the following key
questions
ï‚· Structure
o How will the company’s organizational chart be structured at start up? How will it
change over the first few years of operation?
Initially the company will opt for horizontal – flat organisational structure, because there will be
only 10 employees on board. The structure adds on ly one level of the department. Gradually
with increasing sales and expanding business, the company will a dopt matrix structure to
design clear line of control and delegation.
o Why are those the best structures for the company?
When the b usiness is small, function and horizontal structure are more appropriate. As and
when the company’s operations will expa nd, the employees will be working with different
managers, hence matrix organisational structure will be added.
ï‚· Human Resource Needs
o What are the key positions within the organizat ion?
As mentioned in the organisational chart, there will be 7 vacancies for the managerial post and
rest will be employees. The staff who will be working under each department will be either
working in house for preparing and packaging grocery according t o the recipe or delivering
products to the end consumers.
o How many employees will the company need (and have), and why?
Total 12 employees will be recruited as a part of the online Grocery business.
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o What characteristics define the desired employees?
Individuals with reasonable knowledge of cooking and packaging
Individuals with core administration functions and reasonable experience of 2 -3 years in similar
industry
People with time management skills, business analytical skills, creativity and hard wo rking
ï‚· Recruitment Strategies
o What recruitment strategies will business apply? What processes will the
entrepreneur apply to hire the needed employees?
The recruitment strategies will include referral programmes and social media advertisement. In
case of offline mode, advertisements will be given in local news paper.
ï‚· Training and Health and Safety
o What employee development methods will the company app ly?
On the job Training will be given for initial 15 days under the supervision
Organising seminar for creating new recopies for end customers
o What health and safety training is required by the law? How will the business make
sure its employees have thi s training?
Right to know act against hazardous products
Occupational health and safety act for employee safety at workplace
Step 1 –
Applicants will
be invited thru
online and
offline
advertisements
Step 2 – first
screening
procedure for
those who
qualified the
basic criteria
Step 3 – inviting
applicants for
interview
Step 4 – selecting
employees and
provide joining
dates
Step 5 – training
and induction
programme for
new joiners
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Right to refuse work which can affect employee’s health
o What additional health and safety training will the company provide?
Driving skills in short time
Incidents and accident investigation updates
Fire safety and emergency procedures
First aid
o Who will deliver the needed training?
Health and safety manager at workplace
Inviting outside expert if needed
o How much will the tra ining cost the company?
5000 dollar
ï‚· Leadership and Management
o What is the desired corporate culture?
A positive workplace environment where each employee works hard with honesty and integrity
to accomplish organisational goals. Employee involvement in decision making and building long
term relationship with team members.
o What is the leadership strategy, and why has the entrepreneur chosen that
approach? How does it align with the stated company values? How will the
entrepreneur ensure those leadership methods are applied consistently and
management methods are applied effectively throughout the organizati on?
Transformational leadership strategy will be implied. It gives enough freedom to employee to
take their department decision and grow within company. It is aligned with companies values
because manager motivates employees to accomplish their goals and b uild high performing
culture at workplace. Entrepreneur must define their vision clearly with management,
empower others to take efficient decision, employees’ feedback, giving rewards on extra
ordinary achievements in order ensure that leadership methods and management processes
are effectively executed throughout the organisation.
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ï‚· Retention
o What retention strategies will the company use?
Motivate employees on providing positive feedback
ï‚· Employee involvement in decision making
Foster equality and creativity at workplace
Exploring more opportunity for professional development
Offer extraordinary monetary and non monetary incentives
ï‚· Performance Appraisal System
o What is the performance appraisal strategy? What performance appra isal system
will the company apply?
Performance appraisal system aims to manage employee performance at workplace and
evaluate individual and team performance. The company aims to execute 360 degree appraisal
system at the workp lace.
o Will the performance appraisal system allow for both formative and summative
evaluations?
Yes the existing performance appraisal system would allow both formative and summative
evaluations
o How will the company deal with employees who are not performing well?
Giving them impr ovement feedback
Recognizing training need and provide skill enhancement training
o Will the performance appraisal system be used to make compensation and job
advancement decisions? If so, how?
Performance appraisal system can be used in taking job advanc ement decision. On evaluating
individual performance, one will be able to take decision regarding promotion, skill
enhancement or job advancement.
ï‚· Compensation
o How will each employee be paid – wage, salary, commission, other methods – and
how much will they be paid?
Each managers will be paid based on fix salary
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Staff will have weekly or daily wages based on demand
o What are the payroll costs, including benefits ?
Total payroll cost will be 10000 dollar per month
ï‚· Key Personnel
o Who are the key people in the business and their backgrounds?
Managing director (myself) – internship in similar business
HR, sales, administrative manager – less than five years experien ce in similar industry
Production (creating recipes and relevant ingredient) – must have an 2 -3 years experience in
hotel industry or relevant certification
Purchasing, logistics – 3 years experience in similar industry, well -versed with procurement and
logistic software
o If the company has more than one owner, how will profits and responsibilities be
divided between the owners?
Company will have only one owner
o If the company is a partnership, have the owners agreed on a detailed partnership
agreement? If so, what are the terms of the partnership
NA
o Will the owners have key -person insurance coverage?
Yes
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Business Plan Draft: Marketing Plan should answer the following key questions
ï‚· Market Analysis
o Will it be evident to targeted readers that the Market Analysis is based on the valid
market research outcomes?
Yes, authentic sources have been used to analyse the market that will likely to have valid
market research outcomes
o Does the Market Analysis describe the current and projected economic conditions
that will impact the target customer’s ability and willingness to purchase the
company’s products?
Yes, as a part of market analysis I have done enough study over industry tre nds, customer
demands, changing income levels, changing market scenarios, competitor pricing, technological
advancement in comparison with our products and services
ï‚· Competitive Analysis
ï‚· (it is appropriate to use tools such as PESTEL, Five Forces Model, 5 C Market Analysis and
Market Profile Analysis).
o Who are the business’s competitors? Is it important to consider both the direct and
indirect competitors when developing strategies to attract targeted customer to
this business?
It is always advisable to con sider both direct and indirect competitors while when developing
strategies to attract targeted customer to this business , it gives real picture of the market
trends.
Direct competitors
Kerala grocery store
Uber eats
Walmart
Indirect competi tor
Loca l shops
Super markets
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o What is the company’s competitive advantage?
Quality suppliers
Application for all kinds of users
Low prices
Real time delivery tracking software – We will have a detailed order tracking service which will
provide customers visibility of when their groceries will arrive and will also put them at ease.
o What distinguishes the business from that of competition?
Meal recopies with grocery selection
Application which can record voice and put orders – with the growth of e -commerc e and
technology, we can provide an app/feature that can accommodate both abled and disable
customers. For example, we can have a feature where visually impaired people can just dictate
their shopping list instead of typing it down.
ï‚· Organizational Analysi s (SWOT)
o What are the strengths and weaknesses of the organization?
Strength
Quality meals and product innovation
Quick and real time delivery system monitoring
Reasonable prices
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Services for both ordinary and disables individuals
High skilled emplo yees
Strong distribution network and customer service
Weaknesses
Established customers
High cost of materials
o What strategies should the business implement to take advantage of strengths and
mitigate weaknesses?
Training employees
Developing real time delivery monitoring application
Voice recording for disabled people
Quality management system at workplace
o What strategies should the business implement to take advantage of available
opportunities and to mitigate threats?
Skilled employees to overcome threat of strong competitors
Low price to compete with established competitor
Customised recopies and extra ordinary customer services to overcome threat of becoming
new entrant in the industry
o What skill sets do the entrepreneur, and the key employees bring to the business?
What gaps are there in the skill sets?
List of Skills which are possessed by existing key personnel
Problem solving and creative skills
Leader ship skills
Marketing and sales skills
Risk taking skills
Skills to be developed in future
Active listening and communication skills
Adaptability and persistency in work
Networking skills
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o Does the company have adequate financial resources available to run the business,
manage cash flows, and deal with unexpec ted events?
Yes company has managed enough cash flow for unexpected events. Furthermore, the
company has recruited people in combination of full time and part time, so no fixed salary to
each individuals. Company is start up, it has tried to manage its ex penses effectively.
ï‚· Target Market
o Who are the best potential customers for the business to pursue?
The initial target would be young families and working professionals.
o Are those targeted customers identifiable and reachable?
Yes identifiable by age, profession, family type (demographic information)
Yes reachable by phone. Email and social media
o How do those people make purchase decisions for products or services like those
the company sells?
Identifying and realising their needs
Searching for infor mation for related products and services
Evaluating options
Trying out new products with more discounts
Trying out new services which have been reflected on their Social media frequently
Referend by friends, relatives
Selecting services which makes lif e easy, solves their problem and facilitate extra services
Customer feedback on using and disposing the products and service
ï‚· Target Customer Profile
o What demographic , psychographic, geographic , behavioral, and other
characteristics define the target cus tomers?
Segmentation Customer attribute
Demographic Age – 25 -45
Gender – Male and female both
Family size – Nuclear
Income – 90000 dollar annual
Occupation – salaried
Education – Diploma / Graduate or post graduate
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Geographic Stay: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada.
psychographic Lifestyle
working professional
Likes to go out in weekends with friends
Trying out new things which is more easy and
convenient
Avoid outside food on daily basis
Personality
Extrovert and outgoing by nature
Saving oriented
Health conscious
Self motivated
Independent
Behavioral Moderate to less loyal
Opt for Convenient services
Decision making based on discount and offers
Frequent users
Buyer readiness stage – Awareness and knowledge
ï‚· Marketing Strategy
o What is the optimum marketing mix?
Besides traditional marketing mix, Optimum marketing mix is to divided limited budget in to
specific objectives and actions to accomplish maximum benefits
Focusing on target market will help to susta in and grow in the market
o Why is that marketing mix better than the alternatives
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o Is part of the marketing strategy to establish an appealing brand?
Yes, building strong brand and brand equity in the market is a part of marketing strategy
ï‚· Product Strategy
o What is the proposed product mix (the products and services the company intends
to sell)? In what way does this product mix choice constitute a well -thought -out
product strategy?
Local Grocery Delivery with Meal Recipe Ideas.
o In what way s will the proposed product mix appeal to targeted customers better
than the alternatives to them?
This will greatly help people that are anxious, are medically -at-risk, and people that have no
time to go grocery shopping.
o If the product mix is composed of standardized products, on what basis will the
company compete? Will it offer more appealing prices than those of competitors?
Will it offer something else to appeal to targeted customers, like a superior location,
better customer service, better qualit y, more features, or an appealing style?
Better pricing offers
Extravagant customer services
Real time tracking software
Business application for ordinary and disabled people
ï‚· Pricing Strategy
o What makes the planned pricing strategies better than alte rnatives?
Carefully planned pricing strategy allow business owner to win the market and deliver value
products to the customer with lowest pricing. It helps to establish trust between the customers
and service providers. It helps company to give effective promotional offers to the target
market without loosing minimum profit margin.
ï‚· Distribution Strategy
o What makes the planned distribution strategies better than the alternatives?
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Planned distribution strategy enable entrepreneur saves on cost, send time ly deliveries and
optimise human resources. Planned distribution strategy avoids unnecessary travel, saves on
fuel and contribute to sustainable environment.
ï‚· Promotions Strategy
o In what ways will the business communicate with its targeted customers?
Email marketing
Freebies offers
Social media marketing / creating blogs / YouTube content
Referral programs for new application users
o What messages will the company convey to targeted customers?
Convenient and accessibility of the products and service s
Unique selling points of the services
Let skilled employees prepares your everyday recopies
Application has been designed taking care of customer needs
No need to go out during a pandemic and risking the possibility of contracting the virus.
o How much will the promotions plan cost?
2500 dollar
o As a new entrant into the market, must the business attract customers away from
competitors or will it create new customers for its products and services?
In most of the cases, we have to deviate customers to o ur brands from competitor brands but
in our case we are also targeting new customers such as disabled people. It is unexplored target
market.
o If it wants to attract customers away from competitors, how will those rivals
respond to the threat?
They will c ome up with more promotional strategies which makes their customer more loyal
o If it wants to create new customers, how will it convince them to reallocate their
dollars toward the business’s products and services and away from other things
they want to pu rchase?
Showing them easy of usage
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How our products and services will facilitates their current needs
Evident profitability
Conducting pilot survey to check feasibility of the business in new customer market
ï‚· Sales Schedule
o What are the company’s sales forecasts over the five years covered by the business
plan?
Year 1 – 50000 dollar
Year 2 – 65000 dollar
Year 3 – 80000 dollar
Year 4 – 90000 dollar
o What facts and assumptions did the business plan writer use to estimate sales ?
Customer will do repeat purchase
Static industry trends and favoured response for online grocery shopping
Industry will keep growing by 2 -5%

Assignment Answers | The Occupation of the Graduate: CAR20001

Assignment Answers | The Occupation of the Graduate: CAR20001

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Future work skills
Name of the student:
Name of the university:
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Running head: FUTURE WORK SKILLS
Future work skills
Name of the student:
Name of the university:
Authors note:
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Section 1
The Occupation of the Graduate
1. Introduction
Occupation plays an important role in the life of people and Ifind myself having alot of
interest in the way people can find satisfaction, self-attainment as well as access to agood
way of living (Stal and Paliwoda-P ękosz 2019) .
My professional purpose statement:
To become aleader of my team, live abalanced life and try to make adifference.
Examples of the occupations which are find are in alignment with the statement is the
administrative services and facilities managers. In this role, Iwill be able to contribute my
strengths like benchmarking and setting up some goals, supervising the staffs, record keeping
as well as process improvement to the organisation (Jos éand Rodrigues 2018). The second
occupation which Ithink is aligned to the professional purpose statement is training and
development manager. In this occupation, Iwill be able to work in an organisation to provide
training as well as development to the new members of the staff, access the needs of the
workforce and manage the budget of the training program (Pohjolainen et al., 2018). The
third occupation is the computer and Information and communications technology manager.
In this occupation, Iwill be able to keep the hardware and software needs of the organisations
to run in asmooth manner. My work will be able to touch an integral network of executives
as well as employees and extend to an enormous as week as intricate web of customers.
In this particular report, I am going to focus on the career on Information and
communications technology (ICT) in business system.
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2. Job Description
Typical Tasks and Specialisations
Information and Communications Technology is the suite of technologies which
supports modern computing. ICT constitute all the technological resources as well as tools
which is used for communicating, creating, disseminating, string as well as managing
information of the computers along with the ones in the cloud.
Some of the typical tasks undertaken constitute:
ï‚· Making business more effective through efficiently and promptly responding to the
needs of customers.
ï‚· Provide assistance in business activities like manufacturing, research and
development, designing, distribution and sales as well as feedback.
ï‚· Decrease the demand for face to face communication and agreater dispersion of the
economic activity (Burov Bykov and Lytvynova 2020) .
ï‚· Facilitating the supply and accessing huge range of financial services.
There are six scientific fields specialisation in ICT:
ï‚· Artificial Intelligence
ï‚· Embedded systems and loT
ï‚· Computational Modelling
ï‚· ehealth
ï‚· Mobile and wireless communications
ï‚· Security and privacy, multimedia and e-Learning.
Employment Options
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IT professionals Australia signifies the ICT professionals across the complete
spectrum of specialisations as well as industries (Picatoste Pérez-Ortiz and Ruesga-Benito
2018) .The members work in ahuge variety of role comprising of the ICT trainers, ICT sales,
business as well as systems analysts ,multimedia specialists, software and applications
programmers, ICT security, web developers and many more through the labour hire agencies
and as consultants as well as contractors.
3. Entry requirements
Level of qualification and experience
 An AQF recognised bachelor ’s degree with an ICT major closely linked to the
nominated occupation will need 2years of experience in the last 10 years (Lin 2022) .
Skills and capabilities
ï‚· At first, the qualifications of the applicants will be accessed against the Australian
Qualification Framework (AQF) for ensuing that they are comparable to the standards
of Australian education
ï‚· Secondly, the qualification of the applicant will be analysed for determining the
content of ICT
ï‚· Thirdly, the analysis of the qualification of the applicant will be done for determining
the amount to experience that is needed to be evidenced.
Occupational labour market
The focus of the report is the Australian context.
Projected trend
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With respect to the trends and predictions in the ICT job market in Australia, the current
report suggests that the opportunities of jobs have increased. This is in accordance with the
ITCRA Employment Trends report for ICT (Alegr ía2021).
Reason for the trend
Due to the outbreak of the pandemic of COVOD-19, itis expected that more individual swill
continue to work from home in the future and there has been an increasing demand for
heightened cyber security, virtual collaboration software as well as cloud services (Moto et
al., 2018) .Therefore, there has been an increasing need of the ICT professionals.
5. Professional support
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is among the key professional
associations for the ICT sector of Australia. AIIA is anon profit organisation with the main
emphasis on advocacy, promotion as well as representation for acontinued expansion of the
ICT sector in the nation (Bu šeli ćand Ani čić2019) .
Section 2
The employer
1. Introduction
My Criteria
My Interest is in working in the business system in the field of Information and
Communication Technology. Iwant to work with some well known managers and business
men and also work with the organisations which make use of cutting edge technology. Iam
in search for an organisation which provides permanent options of employment as well
conditions of working which promotes workplace diversity, provides good wages, good
conditions of working as well as fair opportunities of career development. There is an
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alignment in between my work view as well as my professional purpose. The work and life
balance along with security of job is vital for me as one of my major interests is to make a
difference in the life of people (Suh and Hsieh 2019) .
2. The employer
Functions
Advanced Solutions International (ASI) is a well known international, industry
though leaders which concentrates on aiding the organisations, non-for-profits increase
financial as well as operational performance with the use of best practices, ongoing
advisement of the client as well as proven solutions along with millions of users all across the
world, both directly as well as indirectly by anetwork of around 100 partners as well as at
present maintaining corporate offices in the United States of America ,United Kingdom,
Australia as well as Canada (Wicht Reder and Lechner 2021).
Criteria fits
Advanced solutions International perfectly fits my criteria. ASI has provided service
to approximately 4000 clients all across the world. It will help me in becoming aleader of my
team, live abalanced life and try to make adifference. IT is believed by ASI that non profits
are performing is acritically important way to the world and provides software for helping
them in focusing on their mission, versus their technology (Akyazi et al., 2020) .Along with
the training, professional services, optimization, support and cloud, the organisation provides
software for association management, nonprofits CRM, public media, membership
management as well as unions.
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Platform of media as well as planning uses
ACI functions as a software organisation. The organisation designs as well as
develops platforms for membership, regulatory bodies, associations, rising of fund, unions as
well as public media. The organisation serves the clients all across the world.
Recruitment methods and requirements
As an employer, ASI knows the work-life balance and provides flexible hours of
working, options of telecommunications as well as different benefits for some eligible
associates. The organisation has been named aTop Workplace through the Austin American
Statesman as well as one of the Best Places to work in the United Kingdom as well as
Australia, as per the great place to work, seeking some passionate as well as highly motivated
candidates. The organisation has previously provided freelance as well as remote jobs with
full time, flexible schedules in management of account, development of software, customer
service, and development of software as well as philanthropy (advsol.com 2022) .Certain
remote jobs gives permission to the associates for working anywhere in the world, while
other have been open to some remote applicants across the United Kingdom, United States ,
Canada as well as some other nations.
Employer ’spriority
The mission of advanced solutions International is that that non profits are performing
is acritically important way to the world and provides software for helping them in focusing
on their mission, versus their technology. Along with the training, professional services,
optimization, support and cloud, the organisation provides software for association
management, nonprofits CRM, public media, membership management as well as unions.
The mission of the organisation is to keep the clients for life.
Information source Critique
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My sources were the advanced solutions International website with an interview with
some of the employees already working in the organisation. Utilising the advanced solutions
International website signifies that the information of its platform as well as recruitment data
was reliable. Through interviewing the employees Igot to know that ASI knows the work-life
balance and provides flexible hours of working, options of telecommunications as well as
different benefits for some eligible associates.
Section 3
My plan
SMART Goal 1
Occupation
Actions for meeting goal 1
Taking part in some new activities for
building up leadership skills in the upcoming
6months
ï‚· Apply to work as an intern in an IT
organisation in the upcoming two
months
ï‚· Apply for aleadership role by the end
of this semester.
ï‚· Apply in advanced solutions
International by the end of this
month.
SMART goal 2
Industry networks as well as awareness
Actions for meeting goal 2
Self sourcing aprofessional internship in the
team of university career for the summer
term in the upcoming year
ï‚· Registering on the advanced solutions
International site and attending their
workshops for the self sourcing
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internships
ï‚· Prior to the end of this semester,
making a list of ICT manager ’s
contacts from every university site for
contacting about the internships.
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References
advsol.com, 2022. Contact US – ASI . [online] Advsol.com. Available at:
[Accessed 21 April 2022].
Akyazi, T., Goti, A., Oyarbide, A., Alberdi, E. and Bayon, F., 2020. A guide for the food
industry to meet the future skills requirements emerging with industry 4.0. Foods ,9(4), p.492.
Alegr ía, Y.A.M., 2021. Learning Through Interactive Vicarious and Social Experiences, an
Alternative to Developing Teaching Training Processes in Ict Skills. In Telematics and
Computing: 10th International Congress, WITCOM 2021, Virtual Event, November 8-12,
2021, Proceedings (Vol. 1430, p. 196). Springer Nature.
Burov, O., Bykov, V. and Lytvynova, S., 2020, September. ICT Evolution: from Single
Computational Tasks to Modeling of Life. In ICTERI Workshops (pp. 583-590).
Bu Å¡eli ć,V. and Ani čić,K.P., 2019. Developing ICT students’ generic skills in higher
education: towards amodel for competence assessment and evaluation. In Central European
Conference on Information and Intelligent Systems (pp. 67-75). Faculty of Organization and
Informatics Varazdin.
Jos é,R. and Rodrigues, H., 2018, March. Ubiquitous Systems as a learning context to
promote innovation skills in ICT students. In World Conference on Information Systems and
Technologies (pp. 636-645). Springer, Cham.
Lin, T.Z., 2022. Past, present, and future of cybersecurity for ICT-professionals (Bachelor’s
thesis, University of Twente).
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Moto, S., Ratanaolarn, T., Tuntiwongwanich, S. and Pimdee, P., 2018. A Thai Junior High
School Students’ 21 st Century Information Literacy, Media Literacy, and ICT Literacy Skills
Factor Analysis. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning ,13 (9).
Picatoste, J., Pérez-Ortiz, L. and Ruesga-Benito, S.M., 2018. A new educational pattern in
response to new technologies and sustainable development. Enlightening ICT skills for youth
employability in the European Union. Telematics and Informatics ,35 (4), pp.1031-1038.
Pohjolainen, S., Nyk änen, O., Venho, J. and Kangas, J., 2018. Analysing and improving
students ’mathematics skills using ICT-tools. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and
Technology Education ,14 (4), pp.1221-1227.
Stal, J. and Paliwoda-P ękosz, G., 2019. Fostering development of soft skills in ICT curricula:
acase of atransition economy. Information Technology for Development ,25 (2), pp.250-274.
Suh, M. and Hsieh, G., 2019. The “Had Mores ”:Exploring korean immigrants ’information
behavior and ICT usage when settling in the United States. Journal of the Association for
Information Science and Technology ,70 (1), pp.38-48.
Wicht, A., Reder, S. and Lechner, C.M., 2021. Sources of individual differences in adults ’
ICT skills: A large-scale empirical test of a new guiding framework. PloS one ,16 (4),
p.e0249574.
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Appendix A
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Appendix B
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Appendix C
Interview Transcript ICT Job
Title: Job Interview
Position Title: Data analyst
Date of interview:
Q1. What are the major job responsibilities?
The major job responsibilities constitute the following:
ï‚· Making business more efficient by efficiently and promptly responding to the
Customer needs.
ï‚· Offering assistance in activities of business such as manufacturing, research and
development, designing, distribution and sales as well as feedback.
ï‚· Facilitating the supply as well as accessing big range of financial services
Q2. What are the learning opportunities in this position?
There is a lot of training, professional services, optimization, support and cloud, the
organisation provides software for association management, nonprofits CRM, public media,
membership management as well as unions. The mission is to keep the clients for life.
Q3. What are the qualifications needed?
An AQF known bachelor ’sdegree with an ICT major closely connected to the nominated
occupation will need 2years of experience in the last 10 years.
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Q4. What are the contemporary technical trends followed in ICT?
In regards to the trends as well as predictions in the ICT job market in Australia, it is
suggested by the present report that the chances of jobs have increased. This is in accordance
with the ITCRA Employment Trends report for ICT.
Q5. What are the different roles?
The members work in abig range of role consisting of the ICT trainers, ICT sales,
business as well as systems analysts ,multimedia specialists, software and applications
programmers, ICT security, web developers and many more through the labour hire agencies
and as consultants as well as contractors.

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Aging and the Older Adult
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Aging and the Older Adult
Name of Student
Department, University
Name of Course
Name of Professor
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Care for an elderly person
A prospective interviewer is a73-year-old female; she was referred to as June, not her
real name, for confidentiality. The respondent has ahistory of transient ischemic attack (TIA),
blood clots, and high blood pressure. The interviewee has had surgery before, including ahernia
in her groin. The interviewee is currently dealing with her life of chronic illness conditions such
as high blood pressure by taking medication (Akerman & Camargo Germani, 2022 ).Different
answers provided the process of interviewing the person in question provides alist of essential
details about how the respondent views herself and some of their core values. Features as a
philosophy of the interviewer’s life are crucial in allowing the interviewer to enter astory about
how he views life. The victim is an old member of their family, an essential factor in ensuring
the increase of luxury for all the negotiating process and creating an enabling environment in
which there is afree sharing of information required in the interrogation. According to the
interviewer, ameaningful life is one of the essential elements of eternal independence and the
preservation of some of his regular duties. She seems naturally optimistic about life despite her
assumptions many years in the world have allowed her to experience life and diversity ratings
(Akerman & Camargo Germani, 2022 ).
Cultural implications
Beliefs have informed many personal traditions discussed in the health and wellness
sector and health improvement activities. There was agrowing belief that health and well-being
depend mainly on the path each person manages their own body. Many health problems are
believed to be psychological how aperson thinks about something. When aperson tends to think
negatively about fashion, aperson may suffer from an illness (Allan, 2017 ).
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Some of the activities to promote healthcare are based on cultural influences in the light of
information collected throughout the interview process. The reality of aging goes hand in hand
with the need for one to focus on health-promoting activities as alast resort for good health.
Although activities such as daily engagement seem to be an organization avital part of the
interviewee’s life, the above are combined with the belief that maintaining apositive attitude is to
avoid human demise health status (Allan, 2017 ).Changes in eating habits are considered part of
promoting health. There has been aneed to avoid known food products ’impact on the pattern of
Obesity and Obesity due to their low nutritional value and obesity calorie content. The influence
of culture is reflected in the various factors that are believed to be responsible for it, contributing
to alonger and healthier life in the 73 years the interviewee has lived. Belief in God driving a
daily life is considered agift from God. There seems to be acultural impact on traditional use
foods and foods believed to have therapeutic properties. It turned out that most of the
conventional food products from the interviewer’s culture have many calories and are therefore
not supposed to be good for human health. Traditional remedies that are considered medicinal
benefits are part of the study culture. One such remedy is ginger for pain and fever (Basco,
2022 ).
Functional assessment
The approaches, Tinetti balance and Gait testing, focus on staying balanced, rising from
the chair, balancing to stand up quickly, turning, and sitting down. The three different points
came up withed at equal rates in both the balance and the foot test. The average score on the
balance test was 11 out of 15 and 9out of 13 points on the gait test. The total number of points
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was 19. Experimental findings indicate the presence of the intermediate risk of title collapse
(Basco, 2022 ).
In the Katz Index of Activities of Daily Living, itwas found that the elderly individual
was like very independent. A high degree of independence was demonstrated in daily life
activities such as bathing, using the toilet, transferring, and dressing. Similarly, the food and
continence components were well made independently interviewed. For example, incontinence, a
topic can be well managed to urinate and urinate entirely on your own (Bhaskaran, 2021 ).He
would eat alone outside, needing any help to eat appropriately.
On the contrary, home safety tests showed ahigh level of security for the person in
question. Both places security and conditions of satisfactory delivery of information. Type of
home and home-based resources provide an example of increased study security at home. The
elderly individual’s Barthel Index had ahigh score of 93, indicating ahigh degree of autonomy in
the various components tested (Bhaskaran, 2021 ).
Related changes with age
The interviewee did very well compared to the expected changes due to her 73-year-old
age. Although the elderly individual had several balance and mobility problems, atotal of 19
points put her at risk of falling in the middle. The above is different for most people at this age,
where the risk of their falls is expected to be too high. The level of independence based on the
various assessments has been excellent for 73 years old. The above is based on the idea that this
is the majority (Foushee, 2021 ).
Issues identified
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The main items realized in the review are related to the measurement step by step
subject movement. The topics related to the interviewer’s perception will make the most of the
unequal steps during the experiment in three research efforts to check. It was also identified that
the elderly individual had support problems where his heels were separately for the most part.
The fourth and final issue is set out in the book the challenges posed in self-improvement and the
bladder, where the interviewee seemed to need some support. In one study, incidents of accidents
from time to time were revealed (Fox, 2017 ).
Health alterations
Life changes include poor balance, bladder problems, and dependence on others in
performing specific tasks due to old age. The balance problem increases the risk of falls. In
contrast, mutations can cause significant changes in one person ’sissues in the subject’s life.
Other fluctuations are possible (Fox, 2017 ).
Caused by the tubes’ closure where accidents occur and bladder problems. Although
dependence is not directly related to health conversion, itaffects the subject’s life in various
ways (Fox, 2017 ).
Interventions
The first intervention involves exercise. The performance of the proposed tests will play
an essential role in addressing the balance of the subject. It is also important for the elderly
person to eat adiet rich in calcium to help increase the growth and firmness of his bones to avoid
unnecessary health problems. One should also consider avoiding wearing high-heeled shoes. A
second intervention to learn how to relax and manage stress can improve your emotional and
physical health and lower your blood pressure (Fredman, 2021 ).Strategies to control stress
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include exercise, listening to music, concentrating on something calm or peaceful, and
meditation. Thirdly, to help manage her blood pressure, she should reduce the amount of sodium
(salt) she eats and increases the amount of potassium in her diet. It is also essential to eat alow-
fat diet and plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. The DASH diet plan is an example of
adiet plan that can help you lower your blood pressure (Fredman, 2021 ).Forth, Obesity or
Obesity may increase the risk of high blood pressure. Maintaining ahealthy weight can help
control high blood pressure and reduce the risk of other health problems. Fifth, smoking surges
pressure in the blood and raises the risk of cardiovascular attack and stroke. If the elderly
individual does not smoke, they should not start. If he smokes, Iadvise him to talk to his
healthcare provider for help in finding the best way to quit (Fredman, 2021 ).
There was aneed to employ the use of several resources or nursing diagnoses to ensure
June’s health was in the check and that she aged gracefully without any further complications:
Came up with an approach the handle the elderly
The expert nurse can identify health glitches and other elderly individual-related
problems and come up with an individualized approach the handling the elderly to decrease the
danger of emergencies and alternative arrangements. The individual approach the handle the
elderly provides an opportunity to evaluate the effect of the steps taken, among other things, on
home or telephone visits (Gareau, 2021 ).The approach the handling the elderly may include
issues related to physical fitness, vision, hearing, pain, nutrition, thinking ability, and elimination
activities. It may consist of questions about relatives, social media, and how the elderly
individual handles various events. Some experts have suggested that the individual’s plan for
caring for the elderly could be applicable to lessen the menace of complications and visits to care
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health centers designed for alternative cases by identifying who requires what accomplishment
and by being able to identify dissimilar difficulties before they came up withed to be serious
about treatment at home. Interviews also exhibited that ambulance facilities and hospitalization
had declined once care for individual programs was conventional (Gareau, 2021 ).
Those who have had home-based care previously hospitalized are elderly individuals at
serious menace for alternative care visits and well-being. The type of danger in this elderly
cluster may be condensed through acare strategy on an individualized basis, which permits the
nurse to diagnose and achieve issues before they become so serious that an urgent visit may be
recommended. Strategy and approach for care to be followed, for instance, when an elderly are at
risk of atumble, to avoid pursuing treatment at care places for alternative cases (George, 2015).
Understanding the level of knowledge
The elderly may pursue care after ignoring guidance from RNs or after being cleared
from the hospital before obtaining medical authorization to do so. To some extent, this outline is
adisappointment in amicably teaching elderly individuals the appropriate support and help they
deserve to be given (Gunawardane, 2020 ). Others may decline treatment and care in-home care,
families, and groups of consultants and then hunt for alternative medical places and reappear to
the hospital because they could not manage care by themselves. Training and informing elderly
individuals strengthen their ability for care and statistics, and agrowing capacity to use that
information gained to impact their health may avoid visits to alternative healthcare
(Gunawardane, 2020 ).
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According to Madhav Publishing, health experts can educate elderly individuals to
help them find approaches to advance better behaviors that improve well-being. Educating
elderly individuals and their families on how to provide upkeep for themselves, manage the
disease and use resources effectively make them accountable and be in aposition to tackle social
and health support, which is valuable to health and leads to healthier healthcare. It is also critical
to refer elderly individuals suitably to fitting socio-healthcare services to tell the turning point for
acrisis or if the situation deteriorates. An affected elderly person may need the support of an
experienced nurse to learn about these services because elderly individuals drive to have
questions about how the system of care works and how they can better practice existing
healthcare, such as, when visiting the elderly individual at home by the doctor. The elderly can
also learn what situations call for an ambulance and pursue paramedics, such as leaflets left with
elderly individuals. Alternatively, elderly individuals may not be aware of what kind of care to
pursue and from time to time have official visits to alternative care places when they do not
necessarily have gone to. Madgav Publishing’s research study backed the thought.
Depending on where June lives, government programs such as Medicaid may be able to
help care for her. By contacting the relevant authorities about relief programs to help manage the
day-to-day running costs of aged care. Imake sure that the adult Ihelp gets all the benefits they
deserve. Irecommend the National Council on Aging, afree service to help decide which
programs are available for both June and loved ones (Scheiner, 2015a ).
When Idecided to talk to June, Icontacted aprofessional medical expert who would take
care of her at home before she was released from the home. Be sure to ask questions like these:
What types of services are you offering?
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How much do your expenses cost?
How often are you taking care of patients like June?
What kind of training do you offer your patients?
Imade sure to inquire about all the right things before signing. Also, ask what kind of
services they believe June will need. Seeing whether aqualified professional exam is compatible
or not can mean how well Idid or did well in assessing the June needs.
The first thing that needed to be done was to assess the needs of June. Steps taken in planning for
the future depend on how much you need help.
In an interview with one of the children, Iasked to find out if she found out that her
parent needed help with personal hygiene and mobility? In this situation, the mother will need
extra attention and energy if they are simply forgetful and lonely. Think about what help he
thought his mother needed (Scheiner, 2015b ).Iwas convinced that he was really in his thinking.
If you overreact to your mother’s difficulties, the family may spend less and less money on you.
But they are also ignoring her problems, and therefore, they may not be able to get enough
support from their parent. This means they will continue to struggle, which he wants to avoid
(Scheiner, 2015b ).
Interviews with adults in this scenario highlight the need for health improvement in
home-based care (Scheiner, 2015b ). Nevertheless, health expert is often unable to adequately
perform health improvement because other activities, such as resolving complex problems or
emergencies, are critical. In the same manner, investments in health improvement are more
effective in the national economy than in medical and rehabilitation services (Scheiner, 2015a ).
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Improvement activities in basic care reduce the number of hospitalizations, and our research
shows asimilar effect among home-based elderly individuals (Scheiner, 2015b ).
A significant factor in successful health improvement is the individual healthcare
system. Just making aplan reduces the risk of visiting alternative places and hospitalization
because everyone is considered when the program is made. Additionally, coming up withing this
program allows the nurse to educate the elderly individual, which is essential in enhancing
changes in behavior and ensuring appropriate health resources are used (Sterling, 2021 ).
Health improvement is reinforced by teams of many specialists working together.
Collaboration between medical experts has been proved by the World Health Organization, as
speculated by (Sterling, 2021 ),as an essential part of health improvement work and absconding
appointments to alternative care places. For health improvement work, health expert needs to
work with other health experts because home care cannot fully commit to promoting health
(Sterling, 2021 ).health expert needs to get acquainted with other healthcare health experts, how
and when to communicate with other health experts, and what elderly individuals experience in
their daily routine may be able to subsidize certainly to the elderly individual’s health. Having a
comprehensive local knowledge of the resources available provides an opportunity to assist
elderly individuals (Sterling, 2021 )fully.
Strengths and limitations
They can be complications if the elderly individual does not pursue help but would
like to deal with daily life. An elderly individual of such akind may not receive the support we
need, and the health expert will have difficulty opposing the elderly individual’s will and
changing circumstances. In this scenario, education may help the elderly individual see the
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benefits of assistance, which should also reduce the use of alternative care for the elderly
(Sterling, 2021 ).
The technique was revealed to be operative, as itwas permissible for us to receive
lessons in dissimilar ways, and using the recommended interview Audit master allowed us to
review all topics in asimilar pattern (Sterling, 2021 ).
A good number of interventions have been conducted in Canada, the conclusion was that
Canada is at the lead in exploring elderly individuals caring for the elderly and tasks for
healthcare improvement (Sterling, 2021 ).The home-based care is an excellent place to care for
the elderly because families can be present and have them up with the day-to-day care of the
elderly, giving the elderly asense of security and safety, veracity, and participation in medical
perspective (Sterling, 2021 ).
Implications and conclusion
Research on the significance of thwarting visits to adult alternative care places shows
visits can be prohibited when affected roles are cared for at home. Applying well-being
preferment to home-based care is vital in solidification elderly individuals’ self-care capability
and enhancing the acquaintance of their health, which gives them better chances to choose their
care (Svetlana, 2015 ). By presenting them with information and obligation, we brace their
confidence and sense of safety and hope that they will be able to stay in their home for along
period. The outcome also shows that visits to alternative care places can be disallowed, save both
human and social services, and perhaps even reduce the risk of failing healthcare because scarcer
health experts will be involved in care for elderly individuals (Svetlana, 2015 ).
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More examination is needed on preventing alternative visits to elderly individuals
aged 73 and above in the care places. Older people with multimorbidity have an intricate need
for the provision of healthcare, and health preferment is not apriority for this elderly individual
group. The examination could be in the form of intervention education in which the nurse expert
could use astandard an approach the handle the elderly king tool (a document that would be re-
evaluated after visiting alternative care places), including evidence about what type of care they
received, what elderly individuals need care, and the number of alternative clinic visits. Elderly
individuals and medical experts can be educated about health advancements. Their data can be
tested with questions that ask, for instance, whether they know what to do when precise
symptoms seem to appear and where to pursue support (Svetlana, 2015 ).Expert nurse in-home
care knows how this function is performed and can help advance more operative ways of using
health raise to enhance the health and daily life of home-based affected role (Svetlana, 2015 ).
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Assignment Answers of Effective Management of Foot- POD415

Assignment Answers of Effective Management of Foot- POD415

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Theme 1: What is the Intrinsic Worth?
Introduction
The healthcare delivery is evolving with the in creasing advancement in the techniq ue s
and evidentia l based approaches. The approach of Evidence -based practice (EBP) is identifie d
as the key element that would help in developing the problem -solving approach in enhanc in g
the optimal clinica l practices th at would empower the delivery of patient’s care (Horntvedt et
al., 2018) . Impleme nting EBP is also considered as a cost -effective practice that is the
significa nt benefic iaries for the healthcare settings or organisatio ns (Iowa et al., 2017) . The
intrinsic foot muscles have an adequate role in stabilising the foot and provide the effec tive
support to the arches. It helps in fine and adequate movement of the toes. Effective manage me nt
of foot is essential as there are certain severe health condition that may have impact on the
health condition (Barbosa , Huchita l & Weiss, 2020 ). Foot deformity is the kind of issue tha t
may impose significa nt pain and also develop harm to the patients. It is generally considere d
as the misalignme nt of bones and joints. Appropri ate foot care is important and injuries as we ll
as disorders should be address (Boakye, Uzosike & Bluma n, 2021 ). Plantar pressure
distributio n analysis is understood to develop the evaluatio n and diagnosis for the various foo t
disorders along with the reli able approaches in improving the health outcome. Plantar fasciit is
is identified as the key issue that is the result of infla mmatio n of fibrous tissue (Hawryla k ,
Brzeźna & Chromik, 2021 ). It imposes severe pain to the patient and need immed iate treatme nt
approach. The paper aims to develop the evidence -based research focusing on enhancing the
effective ness of foot manageme nt that would focus on the intrinsic muscle strengthe n in g
activities.
2 Literature -Re view
Methods
The literature review would develop the method of screening the research articles or
peer -reviewed journal articles that would help in addressing the key research questions and
addressing the key outcome within the process (Linares -Esp inó s et al., 2018) . The electro nic
database such as PubMed, Medline and Google Scholars are used as they are identified as the
reliable electronic databases that would help in providing numerous research articles based on
the research topic (Pati & Lorusso, 2018 ). The search strategy would include the usage of
Boolean operato rs and effective keyword search strategy. The Boolean operators will inc lud e
‘And’, ‘Or’ as well as “Not” as these will help in narrowing and widening the search (Raeisi,
Rarani & Soltani, 2019 ). The keyword such as “intrinsic foot muscles”, “manage me nt of foot”,
“muscle strengthe ning activities” as well as “ plantar fasciitis ” will be used to identify the
research articles or journal papers aiming to address the aim of the research. The research will
focus on developing the evidentia l based approach to iden tify the importance and effective ne ss
of conventio na l biomecha nica l therapies of intrinsic muscle strengthe ning activitie s to mana ge
the foot health and reduces any potential health issues associated with it. The papers will be
excluded if the published da te exceeds more than 5 -years, and if the content is unable to access
fully with English language. The papers will be includ ed if it is associated with the aim and
requireme nt of the research (Siddaway , Wood & Hedges, 2019 ). The collected data will be
prese nted and analysed in thematic analysis approach within the result section of the paper.
The thematic analysis is effective as it helps in identifying the pattern and interpreting the key
findings for the research.
Results
The literature review has identif ied five research articles that has developed theme s.
The identified and developed key themes are the patterns that have been identified from the
3 Literature -Re view
research in understanding towards the effective ness of foot exercise in manageme nt of foot and
enhancing the p lantar fasciitis distributio n.
Be ne fit to stre ngthe n the intrinsic foot muscle s
The first chosen article “ Strength training for plantar fasciitis and intrinsic foot
musculature: A Systematic Rev iew ” and it has discussed the strength of training interven t i o n
that would improve the overall foot musculature strengths (Huffer et al., 2017) . The paper has
identified the signific a nt changes with the imple me nta tio n of training that strengths the foo t
muscles. The sedentary middle -aged patients, elderly groups wit h continua l deterioratio n of
their physical health and other chronic disease such as diabetes have affected the poor hea lth
condition of the foot care manageme nt. Therefore, effective strategies and development of
strengthe ning the training interve ntio n is an effective in developing strength in the treatme nt
of plantar fasciitis as well as improvin g the intrinsic foot musculature.
Effe cts of Short -Foot Exe rcise
The second chosen article “ Effects of short -foot ex ercises on foot posture, pain,
disability, an d plantar pressure in pes planus ” represents that there has been positive impa c t
on the manageme nt of foot with the effects of short -foot exercise (Unver, Erdem & Akbas,
2019 ). The exercise was provided for six -weeks and it has the signific a nt impact and b enefic ia ls
to the overall health outcome. It has been found that the exercise and activities have reduce d
the foot pain, followed by navicular drop and disability. The plantar pressures were also
identified and assessed at the end of provisio n of exercise. The plantar pressure has also
improved with effective distributio n. The health conditio n that is affecting the foot disabilit y
would be managed with effective ness of foot. The exercise was associated with the intrin s ic
foot muscles where the participants or responders were identified as the double -leg stanc e
position.
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Another journal article “ Plantar fasciitis ” that has also developed the signific a nt
outcome that strengthe ning the muscle and exercise will improve the overall quality of
movement (Trohian et al., 2019 ). The paper has identified the key issues or problems that it is
common conditio n that are most common among the people with higher body mass index and
people who have the lifestyle or habit for prolonged period of time. Pain is identified as the
major key concerning element for patient as it need adequate treatment approach in reduc ing
the poor health status. Stretching or strengthening intrinsic muscle is an effective preventive
measure. The article has identified the relevancy of strength t raining program that would help
in improving and encouraging the health conditio ns. The exercise and effective stretc hin g
approaches are considered as key solutio n in improving the quality of life among the patients.
The fourth chosen article “ effects of p lantar intrinsic foot muscle strengthening ex ercise
on static and dynamic foot k inematics: A pilot randomised controlled single -blind trial in
indiv iduals with pes planus ” and the paper has evaluated the effective ne ss towards the impa c t
on short -foot exerc ise that would help in managing the foot (Okamura et al., 2020) . There has
been outcome that although the exercise has slighter impact however, have corrected the static
foot alignme nt. It has been that continua l involve me nt and association with the short -te rm
exercise would prevent potential injuries along with other condition associated with the pes
planus alignme nt. It has been found that there has been positive result to the patient with the
association of foot kinematic s during the gait.
Importance of Foot He alth
The article “ Impact of quality of life related to foot problems: a case -controlled study ”
have identified the relevanc y of the foot problems associated with the quality of life (López –
López et al., 2021) . Foot plays the major role in manageme nt of posture and ambulat io n.
Therefore, they are identified and considered as the major role in defining the independenc y of
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the individ ua ls. The general health of foot and physica l activities for improving the foot hea lth
is important as it further deterioratio n may develop the deformities within the feet that ma y
impact on the overall health condition.
Discussion -Relevancy to Contemporary Podiatric Practice
Podiatric practice is associated with effective approach of managing, diagnosing and
providing the significa nt treatment to the foot disability and other health issue with the lowe r
extremity. It has been understood that the intrinsic muscles of the foot are responsible for the
overall extensio n and movement of the foot (Miner & Vlahovic, 2020 ). Therefore, there is a
significa nt approach to manage and improve the health condition of the foot. To activate and
strengthe ning the intrinsic foot muscles is identified as the evidentia l based approach as it help s
in imp roving the health condition of intrinsic foot muscles. The exercise strengthe ns and
provide the needful supports to the arch of the foot and it is the major key element for walk ing
and running. Workouts with stretches and other approaches such as short -ter m exercise have
the positive impact on improving the health condition of strength (Fuchs et al., 2020) . It has
been found that the plantar fasciitis is identified and consider as the key contributory ele me nt
towards poor health conditio n. It results in inf la mmato ry that also results in pain to the areas
and enhancing the preferences and factors. Over the time, it has found that the plantar fasciit is
is identified as the major health issue and if it is left untreated, it has been found that it will
result in unexpected pain in heel, knee and back (Feldman et al., 2019) . Thus, it will not limit
only on the foot however, it will have impact on the other pain areas. Therefore, it has been
found that there the weakness in intrinsic foot muscles would have poor im pact on the overa ll
patients in managing their foot. People associated with obese or overweight are considered as
the vulnerab le group of people (Lechle itne r et al., 2019) . People diagnosed with the planta r
fasciitis also identified as vulnerab le with the weaknesses in the intrinsic foot muscles.
6 Literature -Re view
Short foot exercises are identified as the key element that would help in enhancing the overa ll
arch muscles and stretch on the foot. The protection and adequate preventive approaches are
identified as the key elem ent that would help in improving the overall health conditio n and
general health of foot. In addition to exercise and foot activities, it has been found that the
minima list usage of shoe while running and imple me nting the barefoot would help in
improving t he intrinsic foot muscle activities (Rusu et al., 2021) . Although the exercise and
strengthe ning of intrinsic muscle is identified as the conventio na l and evidentia l based
approaches for managing the health, the strengthening program can also include all t hese in
enhancing the health outcome within the researches. It has been found that the human foot is
considered as the complex structure, which permits it to serve numerous differe nt capacitie s.
During standing, it gives our base of help. During stride, th e foot should be steady at foot -strik e
and push -off. Notwithstand ing, during mid -support, the foot should turn into a versa tile
connector and weaken loads. It likewise has spring -like attributes, putting away and delive r in g
flexib le energy with each foot -strike (Ahsan, Shanab & Nuhmani, 2021 ). This is achie ve d
through the deformity of the curve, which is constrained by characteristic and outward foo t
muscles.
Gaps in Literature Review
The gaps identified in the literature review is the sample size is low a nd may impact on
the reliability on the imple me nta tio n. All the selected and identified research articles were not
developed or based on the similar study settings or locations. It may have impact on the
imple me ntatio n and acceptance of the interve ntio n wi thin the study. The literature review has
developed based on the collected informatio n from the research articles and therefore, have the
significa nt beneficiarie s on the improve me nt. Further research and understand ing of the overa ll
effective ness of exerc ise program is needed.
7 Literature -Re view
Conclusion
From the above discussio n, it can be concluded that the imple me ntatio n and
development of foot exercise have the positive impact on the overall manageme nt of foot. The
exercise was associated with the intrinsic foot muscles where the participants or respon ders
were identified as the double -leg stance position. The enhanceme nt and development of planta r
intrinsic foot muscle pressure distributio n have been observed. The intrinsic foot muscles have
an adequate role in stabilising the foot and provide the effe ctive support to the arches. It help s
in fine and adequate movement of the toes. Effective manageme nt of foot is essential as there
are certain severe health condition that may have impact on the health conditio n. The paper has
developed the key evidentia l approaches that would help in enhancing the podiatric practic e s
in improving the health outcome. The key findings will be used within the podiatric practice as
it is an evidentia l based findings and have the significa nt impact on the manageme nt and
treatm ent of foot deformity and other health issues associated with the foot. The trainin g
program is important that would help in enhancing the knowledge of the care providers in
imple me nting the practices and improving the overall health conditio n. The foot co re syste m
is identified as the core system that need significa nt attention and manageme nt for impro v in g
the quality of life. It has been found that poor manageme nt and ineffective ness in the care of
foot will result in poor condition of health outcome and increasing consequences with the foo t
disability and deformities. The tool of training program and short -foot exercise would be
effective in developing the quality of mobility and enhancing the relativity of quality in
enhancing the movement among the pati ents associated with the health issue.
8 Literature -Re view
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Assessment Solutions-Examine Patient Pain Extremity: NURS1521

Assessment Solutions-Examine Patient Pain Extremity: NURS1521

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Nursing assessment to examine patient ’spain extremity
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Nursing assessment to examine patient ’spain extremity
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The role of the nurse being part of an interprofessional team is to analyse the patient’s health
conditions, make asummary of her conditions, and deliver the information to the physicians.
The nurse examines the deteriorating health condition of Mrs L. nurse communicates with the
physician so that physician can develop the best self-management toolkit for support and
delivery strategy to manage her condition. The intervention is needed to provide the self-
management of analgesia (Bennett et al., 2017) .
The cancer patient Mrs L. is feeling pain still after taking enough medications, which are
being provided to alleviate her pain. Nurse undertakes the patient on to the verbal discussion,
which is apart of the clinical trials performed by the nurses. The verbal discussion is carried
out to examine patient ’spain extremity. The pain of the patient scores 9-point across the pain
scale, which means that patient has the extreme pain. Pain rating scale is used in clinical
research to determine the intensity of pain (Patel et al., 2021) .Nurse not only examines the
patient but also provides mental and physical support to the patient. She will explain why the
high medications should not be recommended to the patient. Although Mrs L. is a breast
cancer patient, she should not have any mental illness. Her husband provides Mrs L. with
more courage and motivation to be recovered soon. Looking at her children, she can have
more mental support to get soon better. If a high dosage of the pain-alleviating drugs is
provided to the patient, she may undergo the condition of unconsciousness, altering her
mental support.
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