Transcript: • One of Florida’s 14 “safety-net” hospital systems - all Floridians can receive care regardless of their ability to pay. Safety-net hospitals represent 10 percent of the state’s hospitals but they provide 41 percent of the state’s charity care and nearly 50 percent of all Medicaid hospital care. • Nursing shortage: o recruitment and retention to the profession is crucial o The Future of Nursing report and the Institute of Medicine recommends that 80% of RNs be BSN prepared by 2020 o Existing nurses site many barriers for returning to school including: inflexible work schedules, financial situation, personal responsibilities, family situation, returning to school would be intimidating after being out for so long, lack of financial rewards for returning to school, lack of knowledge of computers and computer programs and lack of time o UF Health encourages staff to continue education through schedule flexibility, hourly increase incentive, tuition reimbursement, grants and scholarships and negotiating tuition discounts with many universities. o UF Health currently at 57.6% of nurses with a BSN or higher. o All new ASN nurses are required to sign a contract to be in a BSN program within one year of hire date and complete it in 3 years to reach 2020 goal of 80% BSN 2008, Medicare implemented the Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HACs) Initiative Policy denying incremental payment for 8 Hospital-Acquired Conditions UF Health Shands monitors and records all occurrences of these events, analyses root cause and has formed unit specific and interdisciplinary hospital wide taskforces for each category in efforts to decrease the occurrences. FY2015, Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program Public mandated by the Affordable Care Act reporting of health care–associated infections and assessment of hospital penalties IRS requires nonprofit hospitals to document community contributions due to tax-exempt status engages in community benefit activities providing care to indigent patients and participating in Medicaid $128.4 million in unreimbursed charity care at cost $7 million for community and regional health services $2.7 million on donations and in-kind services $37.3 million on health professional’s education $15.7 million on scientific and clinical research Thank You! Blegen, M. A., Goode, C. J., Park, S. H., Vaughn, T., & Spetz, J. (2013). Baccalaureate education in nursing and patient outcomes. Journal of Nursing Administration, 43(2), 89-94. Burkman, K., Sellers, D., Rowder, C., & Batcheller, J. (2012). An integrated system's nursing shared governance model: a system chief nursing officer's synergistic vehicle for leading a complex health care system. Nursing administration quarterly, 36(4), 353-361. CLRChoice, Inc. (2012). Gainesville, FL Population by Age. Retrieved February 07, 2017, from http://www.clrsearch.com/Gainesville-Demographics/FL/Population-by-Age Han, X., Nguyen, B. T., Drope, J., & Jemal, A. (2015). Health-related outcomes among the poor: Medicaid expansion vs. non-expansion states. PloS one, 10(12), e0144429. Kear, M., Duncan, P., Fansler, J., & Hunt, K. (2012). Nursing shared governance: leading a journey of excellence. Journal of Nursing Administration, 42(6), 315-317. McEwen, M., Pullis, B. R., White, M. J., & Krawtz, S. (2013). Eighty percent by 2020: the present and future of RN-to-BSN education. Journal of Nursing Education, 52(10), 549-557. Principe, K., Adams, E. K., Maynard, J., & Becker, E. R. (2012). The impact of the individual mandate and Internal Revenue Service Form 990 Schedule H on community benefits from nonprofit hospitals. American journal of public health, 102(2), 229-237. Romp, C. R., Kiehl, E. M., Bickett, A., Bledsoe, S. F., Brown, D. S., Eitel, S. B., & Wall, M. P. (2014). Motivators and barriers to returning to school: RN to BSN. Journal for nurses in professional development, 30(2), 83-86. Rosenbaum, S., Kindig, D. A., Bao, J., Byrnes, M. K., & O’Laughlin, C. (2015). The value of the nonprofit hospital tax exemption was $24.6 billion in 2011. Health Affairs, 10-1377. Ryan, R. W., Harris, K. K., Mattox, L., Singh, O., Camp, M., & Shirey, M. R. (2015). Nursing leader collaboration to drive quality improvement and implementation science. Nursing administration quarterly, 39(3), 229-238. \Schuur, J. D., & Venkatesh, A. K. (2012). The growing role of emergency departments in hospital admissions. New England Journal of Medicine, 367(5), 391-393. UF Health. (2016, March 16). UF Health Shands overview. Retrieved February 6, 2017, from https://ufhealth.org/sites/default/files/media/PDF/128989-UFH_Fact_Sheet_F.PDF United states census bureau. (2015). Population estimates, July 1, 2015, (V2015). from http://www.census.gov/quickfacts/table/PST045215/1225175 Van Puyvelde, S., Caers, R., Du Bois, C., & Jegers, M. (2012). The governance of nonprofit organizations: Integrating agency theory with stakeholder and stewardship theories. Nonprofit and Voluntary
Transcript: Source of E v i l Riley Pries, Lauren Maloff, Cassie McRoberts, Alyssa Cooley, and Marlie Bloomster Where Does Evil Come From? Where Does Evil Come From? Nature Nurture Supernatural Nature Nurture Supernatural Nature A popular and contriversial answer is that evil is a subject of genetic influences or occurences in the body. Whether through DNA, or mistakes in the brain, the source of evil is being investigated in today's world. Nature Genetics A 2002 Study found that... - A particular variation of a gene predicted antisocial behavior in men who were mistreated as children. - The gene controls whether we produce an enzyme called MAOA (abbreviation) which at low levels has been linked to aggression in mice. - Boys who were neglected and who possessed a variation of the gene that produced low levels of MAOA were more likely to develop antisocial personality disorder, commit crimes and grow up to have a violent disposition. - Those living in a similar environment who produced more of the enzyme rarely developed these problems Genetics Split : Kevin Wendle Crumb - Mental illnesses are the reason for Kevin’s violent and inexplainable decisions - It is not Kevin, the biological being of that body, but rather the alter egos that live in his mind who chose to be evil. - Your brain no longer follows the commands you give it, that your senses can’t be trusted, that you’re at the mercy of internal forces you can’t comprehend or control Psychology Psychology - Aversion therapy that makes him violently ill at the thought of sex or violence, it is only the Prison Chaplain who stands up for him, claiming that the practice that has taken away Alex's ability to choose is itself criminal. - This leaves the viewer with the takeaway that Alex should be free to choose his path - even if it is one of pure evil. - “Everyone has the right to live and be happy” – Alex’s reply to convince someone else that what he was doing wasn’t wrong - Control vs. Human Nature A Clockwork Orange A Clockwork Orange Nurture Evil comes from our childhood surroundings. From parental influences, events or tramas, or even geography. Ultimately, people are shaped by their experiences. Nurture Evil in Disney Films Beauty and the Beast : The Prince - Mother's death - Father's negitive influence Tangled : Fylnn Rider - Orphanage - No parental guidance Evil in Disney Films Harry Potter : Voldemort - No parents - Orphanage - Thirst for power - Desire to be evil Superman : Lex Luther - Started with good intentions - Harsh childhood - Jealousy - Desire to be evil Evil in Film Evil in Film Supernatural Religion and Supernatural Forces play a huge role in providing us with the answers to where Evil comes from. The Religious and Supernatual anwsers to the origin of evil are demonstrated all throughout pop culture. Supernatural Religon Origin of Evil from the perspective of: Christianity Hinduism Christianity's Explanation shown in pop culture: Movies: Angel Heart, Hercules, Little Nicky, and Legend Music: Sympathy For The Devil, Runnin' With The Devil, and The Devil In Her Heart. Hinduism's Explanation shown in pop culture: Movies: The exorcist, Demon, The conjuring, and Sinister Music: Demons by Imagine Dragons Religon Origin of Evil from the Supernatural: Paranormal- Stranger Things Spirits and Demons- The Conjuring Dark Magic- Snow White and the Seven Dwarves Voodoo- The Princess and the Frog Paranormal Paranormal In Review... Genetic Makeup Childhood Environment Supernatural In Review... To sum it up.. To sum it up.. THE END THE END
Transcript: University of Florida Presented by Cassidy Kramer Cost? Cost? In State Tuition: $21,251 Out of State Tuition: $42, 468 In State Expenses In State Expenses Tuition: $4,477 Books and Supplies: $1,210 Other Fees: $1,904 Room and Board: $9,910 Other Expenses Budget: $3,750 Total: $21,251 Total: $21,251 Continue clicking for more! Out of State Expenses Out of State Expenses Tuition: $25,694 Books and Supplies: $1,210 Other Fees: $1,904 Room and Board: $9,910 Other Expenses Budget: $3,750 Total: $42,468 Total: $42,468 2017 MAP Continue clicking for more! Projected 4 Year Degree cost Projected 4 Year Degree Cost Graduation Percentage? Graduation Percentage? Both the on-time (two or four years depending on the degree) graduation rate of 66.4% and the overall rate of 86.5% rank University of Florida among the best in the country. 86.5% 86.5% Great Qualities of This School? Great Qualities of This School? Great Engineering Program My brother attends currently Great Design program Have living arrangements lined up A lot of good friends go here Only 3 hours away from where I live Looks great on a resume Amazing campus and atmosphere References References CollegeSimply. “University of Florida Tuition & Cost Guide.” University of Florida - Net Price, Tuition, Cost to Attend, Financial Aid and Student Loans, www.collegesimply.com/colleges/florida/university-of-florida/price/. “University of Florida Graduation & Retention.” College Factual, 15 Oct. 2017, www.collegefactual.com/colleges/university-of-florida/academic-life/graduation-and-retention/.
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Transcript: by Lilian Poling Changing the Game for the Better! The impact of the technology for the modern tennis racket in the present times The impact of the technology for the modern tennis racket in t... http://www.atpworldtour.com/en/news/federer-del-potro-miami-2017-monday http://www.atpworldtour.com/en/news/djokovic-murray-set-by-set-roland-garros-2016-final Thesis Because of the technological advancements made to the tennis racquet, the game of tennis itself has evolved over the years Thesis Since my main statement is that technology for the modern tenn... Since my main statement is that technology for the modern tennis racket has evolved tennis, I am claiming that players are now hitting harder, faster, and heaveir. As a result players are putting more time and effort into their bodies to make themselves stronger, faster, and less likely to get injured. Here is a picture of a ball that professional player Andy Roddick h... Here is a picture of a ball that professional player Andy Roddick hit. His serve was so hard and heavy that the ball literaly got stuck in the clay. Andy used a metal Babolat Pure Drive https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXL-gtksKY8 Here are two pictures. The top picture is of current professional tennis player Angelique kerber. As you can tell this girl hits the gym. Her whole body, but especially her legs are very strong and she puts a lot of work into taking care of her body. If you look at the bottom image of famous player Billy Jean King, you can tell she is definitly not as strong and not nearly as in good shape as Angelique. Also take a look at the rackets they are playing with. Kerbers is a modern metal one and Kings is wooden. https://www.pinterest.com/explore/angelique-kerber/ https://www.usmagazine.com/entertainment/news/emma-stone-morphs-into-billie-jean-king-compare-her-to-the-real-legend-w204583/ Here is a picture of current professional tennis player Sam Groth who is 2012 hit the worlds fastest recorded serve at 163.7 mph. Though there is some technique and strength involved, no one playing with a wooden racket would be able to hit serves anywhere near with speed Here is a picture of current professional tennis player Sam Gro... https://it.pinterest.com/pin/429108670718700810/ videos Bibliography Bibliography "Me and my racket: Andy Roddick." Tennishead. http://www.tennishead.net/news/gear/2010/10/13/me-and-my-racket-andy-roddick (october 29, 2017). C) The information is fairly current because it is an interview with Andy Roddick who was a profesional tennis player. R) the information is relevent because it is talking about Roddicks racket which is what I am writing about. A) I have never heard of the website and so I do not know how much authroity it has but it is an interview with Roddick and he has authority A) I am assuming the information is accurate because it is coming from Andy Roddick P) the purpose is to inform and entertain readers. Polvinale, Sean. "Top 10 Fastest Tennis Serves of All Time." The Richest. http://www.therichest.com/sports/tennis-sports/top-10-fastest-tennis-serves-of-all-time/ (october 29, 2017). C) The article is fairly current, it was written in 2014 R) The information is relevant because it talks about the fastest serves which is the info I was talking about. A) I do not think that this website has much authority, however I have seen similar lists with the same people on it. A) The information seems pretty accuate because I have seen similar lists with the same players on it. P) I think the purpose is to entertain and inform. Videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsNDxjwv2nk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhmbSe6YP-0
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Transcript: Military Government Canceled health care Drone use Buildings Syrian Crisis Healthcare and government The world will be vastly different. New technologys will make life better, but we first have to do something about our dfferent problems first. Unsustainable Environment In the year 2050 with a revolution happening in the United States, the US falls from its domination of the world, leading to a shift of economic power to east Asia, especially China, all of which will combined to lead to a modernized world. China predicted to overtake the U.S. India will be one of the top 3 economic giants. Europe will have to step up its game The World in 2050 By: Baylie Anderson Mary Frances Bir Joel Munn Anthony Starbard Drone use Technology Foreign CONCLUSION People Thesis Statement Healthcare Domestic economy Congress Water Scarcity Education Society in 2050 Over population Website Debacle China and other countries prioritize education, and that emphasis on education will lead to economic growth Greater incorporation of programs such as Khan Academy and the Bridge Program An increasing emphasis on the importance of the sciences, math, engineering, and healthcare related educational programs Open networking Serving local communities
Transcript: Discussion Considerations Update A woman knocks frantically on your door pleading to be let in. Briefing: This tabletop exercise will be a facilitated exercise. Players will participate in the following six modules: • Module 1: Termination • Module 2: Shooting • Module 3: Shelter in Place • Module 4: Law enforcement personnel arrive • Module 5: Evacuation Module 6: Continuity Plan Activation Agenda Based on this information • What action will you take to ensure your office remains secure? – What will you do about the woman outside your door? • What additional concerns do you have at this time? The Exercise Planning Team has selected the following objectives: Objective 1 – Coordination: Improve the coordination between and among the various Teams. Objective 2 – Communications: Evaluate the communication process between the Executive Team, Managers and staff and their the emergency response roles Objective 3 – Decision Making Process: Assess the decision- making process as it deals with the activation of the department Business Continuity Plans and the execution by the Business Continuity Teams. Exercise Structure Strengths Update You hear someone attempting to open the door, then several loud shots. After a few minutes of silence, it appears that the shooter may have moved on. Options for considerations Hot Wash Update: • You decide to shelter in place in an office, and secure the immediate area. • The popping noises seem to be coming from your floor. There is yelling and screaming outside your door. Objectives Any Questions? Based on this information • What actions are taken to secure the area? • Who is responsible for contacting law enforcement? – What information do you relay to them? • What are you telling your employees? Based on this information • Who is responsible for deciding when it is safe to leave the secure area? • How will family members be contacted? • Date: Friday, February 19 10:00 AM • A member of your department, who has been with your Shands for eight years, has just had his employment terminated. As he is escorted out of the building by security, he tells them they will regret treating him like this. Areas for Improvement Based on this information • What actions should you take? • How are you communicating with employees? Who is communicating? • Who is in charge of the situation? Update The building is designated a crime scene and is closed for a week. 3:15-3:30 Module 5: Continuity plan 3:30-3:45 Module 6: Evacuation 3:45-3:55 Hot Wash 4:00 Wrap Up and Adjournment Based on this information • Who initiates business s? • What else needs to be considered? • How is information disseminated to employees? The following assumptions apply to this exercise: • The only Memorandums of Understanding or agreements are the ones currently in use. Module 5- Evacuation Update • Upon evacuation, your employees are cornered by news reporters asking about the experience. • Some employees do not have their car or house keys and are worried about getting home. Based on this information • What are your immediate concerns at this time? • What do you tell coworkers sheltering in place with you? Module 1: Termination • Who should be informed of this behavior? • What concerns might you have? • What actions would you consider taking, if any, at this stage UF Health Dialysis Active Shooter Tabletop Exercise Based on this information • How do you prepare your employees for the disturbing scenes they may encounter as they evacuate? • Who is responsible for communicating with law enforcement? • What concerns do you have leaving your office unsecure? Based on this information • Who is responsible for communicating with news media? – What information will you give them? – Can you control who else the media approaches? If not, what can you do? • How will your employees get home? – Will you request access back into the building? Who would go in? Module 2: Shooting Thank You for Participating! Module 6: Continuity Plan Activation Each module will follow the following format: • Scenario: Everyone will receive all of the same information at the same time • Breakout Session: • Group discussion • Group reports Lessons Learned Module 4: Law enforcement personnel arrive Update • For nearly an hour there is no sound from outside your door. • Employees are receiving calls from family members who have learned of the shooter in your building. • Emergency personnel can be seen outside. Several employees express interest in leaving. Module 3: Shelter in Place Monday, April 5 Time: 9:15 am EST • A popping sound is heard within the building. • An employee runs into your office shouting that there is a man firing a gun in the hall. Update • Law enforcement personnel arrive outside your office door and direct you to evacuate the building. 1:00pm -1:15 Welcome Self Introductions/Agency Roles and Responsibilities 2:00-2:10 TTX Overview 2:10-2:25 Module 1: Termination 2:30-2:45 Module 2: Shooting 2:45-3:00 Module 3: Shelter in Place
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