You are working in an outpatient clinic when a mother brings in her 20-year-old daughter, C.J., who has
type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM) and has just returned from a trip to Mexico. She has had a 3-day fever
and diarrhea with nausea and vomiting. She has been unable to eat and has tolerated only sips of fluid.
Because she was unable to eat, she did not take her insulin as directed. You note C.J. is unsteady, so you
take her to the examining room in a wheelchair. While assisting her onto the examination table, you note
her skin is warm and flushed. Her respirations are deep and rapid, and her breath is fruity and sweet smelling.
C.J. is drowsy and unable to answer your questions. Her mother states, “She keeps telling me she’s so
thirsty, but she can’t keep anything down
- Compare and contrast how your peers’ approach to the informatics solution proposed is alike or different than the approach you recommended in your major of study.
- Describe both the article and how/ why you can relate to it in terms of your own experiences of race and ethnicity to your classmates.
- Critically discuss principles and concepts of governance and suggest practical ways to improve health and reduce inequalities using good governance.
- Discuss how the internet is used to influence terrorism, extremism and radicalization.
- Describe in detail some of Goodman’s observations regarding key incidents or illustrations of how ‘race’ takes center stage in California prisons (and in these reception centers).
- Discuss similarities and differences between this and the government intervention in the financial crisis of 2008, depicted in the film, “Too Big to Fail.”
- Write an analytical paper on information systems & technological innovations.
- Describe your thoughts on how Mac and PC users would spend their money differently and what they would value when making a choice (i.e., psychographic & behavioral characteristics).
- Explain how your intervention enhances the patient, family, or group experience.
- Explain how you believe a sustainable leader impacts the reality of these statistics in a meaningful way?