Write a 1-2 page (single spaced, 11 pt font) narrative/discussion for one of the

Write a 1-2 page (single spaced, 11 pt font) narrative/discussion for one of the organisms you identified in this project. This narrative describing your fictional future patient should focus on the medical relevance of each organism, such as virulence factors and the type of infections caused, treatments provided and patient outcome. If neither of your organisms were a pathogen, you may select a related organism that is a pathogen. you MUST use in-line citations for this portion.
The Discussion:
You are a healthcare worker, working in your chosen profession! Congratulations! You did it!!! BUT…….one of your patients has become infected with the type of organism that you have identified as your unknown! Describe the symptoms they exhibit. What tests did you (or the doctor) do to determine what organism it was? What medications or therapy did the patient receive? What was the outcome of their illness? Use the library reference databases (or library) to research your organism and use in-text citations to illustrate how you used your research in your narrative.
Provide a bibliography that you reference in your in-text citations.  Citations MUST be in either APA or MLA format.  You need a minimum of five references for the organism you choose to write about.  Only ONE of them can be your book OR Wikipedia.  Use peer-reviewed scientific articles for your other four articles.

Your Article Critique paper should include the following sections and address th

Your Article Critique paper should include the following sections and address the following questions as they relate to your chosen popular media/news article and the corresponding peer-reviewed scholarly article: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/03/200327113743.htm
**Note: This assignment must include an outline of the paper as well. 
Background information (25 points): 
– Include basic information about the topic. For example, if your article describes a study about tuberculosis, you should include a description of the disease, a description of the microbe that causes the disease, and the organisms’ characteristics. Does the article mention previous research that is relevant to this research study? If so, briefly describe. 
Description of the Scientific Research Study (25 points) that includes the following: 
– The goal of the study 
– The hypothesis
– Summary of the experiment(s) conducted, including supportive detail like sample size, length of experiments, dosages, etc. This should be thorough so that the reader knows exactly what was done without having to read either article. If more than one experiment is described, it is OK to focus on just one of those experiments in this section of your paper. 
– A summary of the results of the study 
– Conclusions of the study
– Future experiments planned (if mentioned) 
Critique of the Article (15 points) that includes a discussion of the following: 
– Do the experiment(s) have proper control group(s)? What are the control group(s)?
– Are there factors that may impact the results that are not controlled or accounted for? 
– Comment on the sample size. For example, it is large enough, and are the test subjects relevant? etc,
– Comment on the presence or absence of potential bias? Explain your decision. Consider funding sources and researcher’s background or connections. 
– Are the conclusions supported by the experimental evidence?
Real-World Application (10 points): 
– What is the importance of this study and how does it apply to the general population?
– Include your own thoughts and opinions on the topic of the chosen article and relate it to your everyday life and/or to work you have completed in class. Be sure to make your contributions clear, such as “I believe …, I think …, etc.” 
References (10 points):
– Include references to the chosen popular media/news article, the corresponding scholarly article, and at least two (2) additional, reputable information sources (four total).
– References and in-text citations should be in APA format. Please visit the UMGC Citing and Writing page for citation, writing and academic integrity help: https://sites.umgc.edu/library/libhow/gethelp-citing.cfm
Mechanics (10 points): 
– Your paper should be well-written, well organized, and demonstrate a logical flow of information. It should also be spell-checked and grammatically correct. 
– Binomial nomenclature should be correctly used for all genus/species names. We will learn about this early on in the course.
Length (5 points):
– 1,200 to 1,500 words, NOT including references, titles, etc

Purpose:  The purpose of this assignment is for you to communicate the scientifi

Purpose:  The purpose of this assignment is for you to communicate the scientific knowledge you gain both inside and outside the microbiology classroom about a particular microorganism.  All possible pathogens, are microbes that you encounter in your nursing career and therefore are relevant to your nursing success.  As you progress through the Microorganism Profile Project, you will research your organism and provide written explanations in your own words.  All written communication is expected to meet accepted standards for grammar, syntax, and punctuation.  The completed paper is to be in APA format and is to be submitted electronically via the Assignment Drop Box in Canvas located in week 9 September 5th
Skills:  The purpose of this assignment is to help you practice the following skills that are essential to your success in a microbiology course.  In this assignment you will:
Access and collect needed information from appropriate scholarly materials.
Communicate scientific information in your own words.
Compose a well-organized, clear, concise, essay expanding your knowledge on an assigned organism.
Correctly reference cited material using APA formatting.
Knowledge:  This assignment will also help you to become familiar with the following important content knowledge in this discipline:
Fundamentals of microbiology.
The interaction between microbe and host.
Use of appropriate scientific vocabulary.
Explain the chain of transmission for your assigned microbe.
Explain treatments for microbial infection.
Identify preventative measures used for the pathogen.
Identify clinical relevance for nurses and or patients.
Understand the presentation of a patient with this microbe.
Task:  To complete this assignment you should:
Unit 2:  In the Microorganism profile module, find your assigned microbe.  Access the Microorganism Profile Assignment and Discussion forum in the week 2 module and acknowledge that you have received your assigned organism by telling the class what organism you were assigned and what it is, bacteria, virus, fungus, or protozoan.
Unit 2 to 9: As you navigate through the microbiology course, collect information specific to your organism. Use the Microorganism Profile Paper General Guidelines and Format  to through you in the important information which can include but is not limited to the following:
Type of microorganism you have
Gram reaction (if any), shape and arrangement
Virulence factors
How the organism evades the immune system
Diseases your organism can cause.
How your organism can spread to others
Ways to prevent infection
How your organism will be treated
What a nurse needs to know about your organism
Prepare an APA format typed essay that documents YOUR understanding of the information and how it pertains to your assigned organism. APA is 12 point font Times New Roman with one-inch margins. Include a title and reference page and 3 to 5 content pages (total 5 to 7 pages).
Include at least 4 APA style references from scholarly articles or resources. For each reference, you will provide an in-text citation by providing a quote or paraphrasing the author’s information.
See the Rubric for complete requirements. 
Unit 9:  Upload your completed APA style paper to the Drop Box located in module 9.
Criteria for success: (Grading Rubric)
1.  The student has thoroughly described the structure of the assigned microbe in detail, including the microbiological tools that would be necessary to observe the organism and virulence factors.
2.  The student has thoroughly described the infectious disease caused by the assigned microbe, including conditions, duration of infection, complications, and predisposing factors.
3.  All aspects concerning the interactions between the microbe and the human immune system were fully addressed. (all items or terms that are listed are described or explained in a very complete manner).
4.  All aspects concerning the transmission of the assigned microbe between hosts are fully addressed. An original diagram created by the student is used to address epidemiology.
5.  All aspects concerning the chemotherapeutic options for the assigned microbe are fully addressed.
6. All aspects concerning the clinical relevance of the assigned microbe are fully addressed.
7. The student can accurately interpret and communicate information using scientific vocabulary using written and/or graphical means consistently throughout the assignment.
8.  The overall presentation is 100% complete, orderly, and demonstrates scholarly achievement including APA format, proper grammar, and punctuation.
9. At least 4 sources have been referenced, cited in-text, and references are from reputable sources.

Your essay should respond to the following questions: Did your definition of civ

Your essay should respond to the following questions:
Did your definition of civic engagement change as you researched your problem, developed your survey, analyzed your findings, or presented to an audience? If so, how? If not, identify parts of the process that confirmed the accuracy of your definition. (10 points)
What challenges did you experience in selecting a single problem that impacts your community? What criteria did you use to determine which community problem was most significant? (5 points)
Review your critique from Part B2, ie. What questions might you add to the survey to gain additional information? (5 points)
What types of questions or feedback did your audience provide during or after your presentation? Did any of the questions or feedback influence your perception of the problem or suggestions to address it? If you were to revise the presentation, which audience feedback would you incorporate and why? (5 points)
Do you believe your audience was persuaded to take action based on your presentation? Why/why not? What is the ideal action you would want audience members to take? What impact would these actions have on the community?

Read the book October Birds by Jessica Smartt Guillion: https://www.amazon.com/O

Read the book October Birds by Jessica Smartt Guillion:
https://www.amazon.com/October-Birds-Influenza-Infection-Responders/dp/9462095884 (Links to an external site.)
Read this book in its entirety and write a 2-5 page report, double spaced, comparing what happens in the story to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Be sure to address the following:
What is similar between the pandemics? 
What is different between the pandemics?
If something  more deadly than SARS-CoV-2 hits the human population, do you think we are going to be ready for it now that we have this pandemic under our belt?  Why or why not?
Also include:
Introductory Paragraph
Most book reports begin with the basic information about the book: the book’s title, author, genre, and publication information (publisher, number of pages, and year published). The opening paragraph is also your opportunity to build interest by mentioning any unusual facts or circumstances about the writing of the book or noteworthy credentials of the author. Was the book a bestseller? Is the author a well-known authority on the subject? Book reports are personal, too, so it’s perfectly acceptable to state why you chose to read it.
What’s the Book About?
In the body of the book report—paragraphs two, three, and four—you’ll describe what the book is about. This is your chance to show you’ve read and understood the book. Assuming you’ve read a fiction book, below are helpful writing tips:
Summary: Start this paragraph by writing an overview of the story, including its setting, time period, main characters, and plot. Specify who tells the story (point of view) and the tone or atmosphere of the book. Is it a creepy tale of suspense or a lighthearted adventure?
Character Details: In this paragraph, describe the main characters and identify the major conflict or problem the main characters are trying to solve. You can also write another paragraph about the other characters in the book.
Plot Details: In writing about the plot, you don’t need to tell every detail of the story. Instead, focus on the main sequence of events. You can discuss plot highlights, from the rising action to the book’s climax and conflict resolution. Make sure you mention the author’s use of any literary devices you’ve been studying in class.
Personal Evaluation and Conclusion: You’ll like writing the final paragraph because it is here that you’ll be able to offer your own critique of the book. What are the book’s strengths and weaknesses? Did the book hold your interest? What did you learn from the book? If you read a work of fiction, how did the book affect you? If you read non-fiction, were you swayed by the author’s arguments? Try to be balanced in your opinions, and support your statements with examples from the book. Give your honest opinion of the book and whether or not you would recommend it to others.

Basic level lab super easy grader for low-level class report they gave us a samp

Basic level lab super easy grader for low-level class report they gave us a sample lab to work off. we were given an unknown and conducted multiple tests to determine what it was I will provide that bacteria and the tests as well. They just want basic info not super in detail. Please use the lab sample document to base the lab off of, please. I provided a document with all the info on a sheet i had and used for the lab with the test results on it please ask any questions needed to complete.