...Daniela Ineli Fernandes
Unique Assignment No: 657794
Community Psychology looks beyond the individual and focuses on social, cultural, economic,
political and environmental influences. It looks at endorsing positive change, health and
empowerment within communities (SCRA, 2015). The Public Health Approach is concerned
with the health of communities as a whole and looks at preventing diseases by improving the
standards of health (WHO, 2015). This assignment will be comparing and contrasting
community psychology and public health approaches with regards to social problems.
The community psychology movement developed in the United States of America when there
was a great concern for the lack of resources and treatment amenities with mental illnesses. Due
to various movements in America there was a shift between when mental illnesses were treated
as a social problem rather than an individual problem. These movements therefore moved from
cure towards a preventative approach. This is a more viable approach as finding cures can take
decades, whereas finding ways to prevent illnesses would be beneficial to present and future
The Public Health approach has been developing since the Industrial Revolution due to the
unhealthy social conditions in various industrial urban areas as well as rural areas. “It emerged as
a ‘social action’ to combat the...
...Understand own ability to fulfil key responsibilities of the leadership role
Leadership is the ability to pinpoint values or objectives which can be reached through encouragement and a cohesive effort through the gradual assistance to the members of the team. The objective can be reached through persistence and insistence in such a way that members are not irritated or discouraged. In a particular company the commercial Department has four branches the Sales team, Business Sales, Customer Experience and Marketing Teams. We will evaluate leadership roles incorporating different Leadership Styles and how they impact the Customer Experience Team and the Sales Team.
The Customer Experience team evaluates the importance of understanding the client, empathising and providing solutions for their queries in a convenient time frame. The clients’ degree of satisfaction dictates the choice of decisions. The democratic approach shows and indicates that once the team members feel important because they are involved they do willingly provide a better service and once they come across some problem or some difficulty they are more prone to discuss it with their supervisor and in so doing they achieve client satisfaction in a quicker manner (Kurt Lewin, 1939). However when there is the autocratic approach which means the Leader has technically his own way, the other team members feel uneasy to approach him and because of this attitude the clients may suffer with the result that they...
...contoh announcement singkat
EXAMPLE 1 :
TO ALL STUDENT 'S
this saturday IS august 17th , the independence day . dont miss the Independence Day festival !! the festival begins at 08.00 in every district of Subang . gather in front of our school at 07.30 to see the parade with the principal don't miss it ! and join many contests at school .
Free registration , Full of prizes
OSIS SMPT 1 PAGADEN
for more info , contact the commitee at 087726334556
UNTUK SEMUA MAHASISWA 'S
Sabtu ini IS 17 Agustus, hari kemerdekaan. Jangan lewatkan festival Hari Kemerdekaan! festival dimulai pukul 08.00 di setiap distrik Subang. berkumpul di depan sekolah kami pada pukul 07.30 untuk melihat parade dengan kepala sekolah tidak miss it! dan bergabung dengan banyak kontes di sekolah.
Gratis pendaftaran, Penuh hadiah
OSIS SMPT 1 PAGADEN
untuk info lebih lanjut, hubungi panitia di 08772633455
EXAMPLE 2 :
To All student's who want to participate in our program to visit Botanical garden bogor must register at the commitee soon . The visit will hold on sunday , 2nd of December . we will leave for Bogor from School at 7. 30 , and those who want to go must be on time . The visit will last the whole day . In the botanical garden...
Question 1 (10 marks)
(a) The relative scarcity of resources makes the operation of any economy a matter of choosing between alternatives.” Explain.
The world has limited resources and us, as people have unlimited wants. Therefore, we must constantly make decisions to choose what we would rather buy or produce and what we must give up in its consequence. This includes work and time. For example, studying for an exam late at night would give you more time to retain knowledge but would limit your sleep which could lead to a poor exam mark.
(b) The production possibilities table below shows the hypothetical relationship between the production of food and clothing in an economy.
a. What is the marginal opportunity cost of producing the second unit of clothing?
The marginal opportunity cost of producing the second unit of clothing is 5 units of food.
b. What is the total opportunity cost of producing two units of clothing?
The total opportunity cost of producing two units of clothing is 9 units of food.
c. What is the marginal opportunity cost of producing the third unit of clothing?
The marginal opportunity cost of producing the third unit of clothing is 6 units of food.
d. What is the total opportunity cost of producing three units of clothing?
The total opportunity cost of producing three units of clothing is 15 units of food.
...1. How do differing perspectives (society, managers and employees) affect the views of compensation?
Answer: There are basically four perspectives in views of compensation. These are as follows:
• Pay works as a measure of justice.
• Benefits acts as a reflection of justice is society.
• Gain or loss jobs attributed to differences in compensation.
• Pay increase lead to price increase.
• Giving stock as a means of pay to employees creates sense of ownership.
• Links between executive pay to company’s performance supposedly increases stockholder’s returns.
• Major expense.
• Increase employee behaviors and improve organization’s performance.
• Source of great financial security.
• Return in an exchange between employer and themselves.
• Rewarding employees as job well done.
• Act as being an employee of the company.
2. Explain the difference between base pay and performance pay.
Base Pay: Base pay generally describes the minimum compensation that an employee can expect from his job. It can express in terms of hourly rate or it could be in a number of other different forms. In salary basis, base pay could be expressed as a monthly salary such as $5000 per month or $60000 per year.
Performance pay: Performance pay reward employees for their great performance at their job. It is easy to quantify but not all the time. For example, a business dealership can act...
...Assignment #1 Cooper Green Hospital and the Community Care Plan
Dr. Michelle Rose
HAS 599 Health Services Administration Capstone
January 26, 2013
Despite the fact that United States is the most affluent country in the world, a significant portion of its citizens have inadequate access to medical care. The barriers to obtaining health care are numerous; perhaps the most difficult hurdle to overcome is the lack of financial resources to pay for it. But the problem of lack of access to health cares for large segments of the population. The largest barrier to obtaining needed care is the lack of financial means to obtain it. The uninsured the underinsured cannot be stereotyped for they include many people who are employed, the elderly, children, minorities, person with handicaps, pregnant women, and other vulnerable populations. A lack of insurance does not translate in some cases to a lack of access to medical care, but it does have a clear impact upon access of health care.
Discuss six unique problems associated with delivering health care to an indigent population. In the United States it has estimated that at least 48 million Americans are under insured or uninsured. Health care is a luxury indigent population cannot afford. Some families are made to choose helter over health care made government assistance is not an option. When a family member becomes sick, the hospital emergency room...
Name: Steven Warburton
Student Number: MD1129550
Address: 22 St. Lukes Drive, Orrell, Wigan
Course: Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Assignment Number: 1
Date Submitted: 08/11/14
Number of pages: 3
ASSIGNMENT11 .Discuss the training requirements for Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTA's)
The role of the HLTA, which was introduced in 2003 following workforce reform to raise standards and tackle workload in the classroom, is wide and varied, and awarded to support staff who meet the national HLTA standards. As well as providing support to the classroom teacher, the HLTA must undertake more complex tasks and tend to work more independently than other classroom-based staff. With guidance and instruction from the teacher, they often plan, prepare and deliver learning activities with individual pupils, groups and (in the short term) whole classes, and also assess, record and report on pupils' progress.
The role will require that you need to show you have the skills, knowledge and experience to take on the role, and that you can work to nationally agreed professional standards. You will need work individually or in groups with children, contribute to the creation of education plans and timetables, and help support healthy relationships between parents/carers and teachers. It will...
...COURSE: BTEC Extended Diploma in Business (QCF)
COHORT: 2014 - 2016
UNIT: 1 – The Business Environment (10 Credits)
ASSIGNMENT1 – Two Businesses on our Doorstep
1. Know the range of different businesses and their ownership
2. Understand how businesses are organised to achieve their purposes
You work as a junior journalist for the local newspaper which is planning to run a feature article on local businesses
1. Learners must describe (P1) the type of business, purpose and ownership of two contrasting businesses
2. Learners must describe (P2), explain (M1) the different stakeholders who influence the purpose of two contrasting businesses
3. Learners must describe (P3) how two businesses are organised
4. Learners must explain (P4) how their style of organisation helps them to fulfil their purpose
5. Learners evaluate (D1) the influence different stakeholders exert in one organisation
TIP – Include the following:
Range of different businesses
Local, National, International, Global, Public, Private
Not for profit/voluntary
Sectors of business activity (primary, secondary, tertiary)
Supply of products or services,
Difference between profit and not-for profit organisations
Public, private & voluntary sectors
Types of ownership (sole trader, partnerships, private and public limited companies,...