The members of the United Nations found great value in the analysis you provided on the effects of global warming that result from population growth. They are now asking you write an additional analysis to include further issues related to population growth. Here is the issue they have asked you to consider:

The member states of the United Nations seek to build food systems that can provide global food security which will feed everyone, everywhere, every day by improving food quality though the promotion of effective and nutritional agricultural practices. The crucial issue is not the lack of food in the world but the access to that food. In many developing countries, food shortages are due to governmental control over food distribution. These governments maintain control of the population and their power by limiting access to nutritious food to certain groups. In this practice, they thereby “weaponize” food.

Your second project as a consultant for the United Nations is to develop an analysis that addresses three issues related to global food insecurity caused by global population growth and poverty, and to explore these issues in a developing country of your choosing.

The UN has given you the following guidelines.


The UN has asked that your paper contain three sections. Each section should be one page (or approximately 300 words) in length and answer specific questions, identified in the outline below. It also asks that you use examples from your developing country when answering the questions.


Provide an introduction of half a page minimum that addresses points a-e below.

  1. Explains the problem the UN has asked you to address in your own words;
  2. Identifies the three sections your paper will cover;
  3. Identifies the developing country you will consider;
  4. Tells the UN the causes of food insecurity; and
  5. Provides a one-sentence statement of your solutions at the end of your introduction paragraph.

Section I. Background

  1. What is food insecurity?
  2. What role does population growth play in food security?

Section II. Technologies That Can Reduce Hunger and Improve Food Security

  1. What forms of technology can be used to reduce hunger and improve food security?
  2. How would these technological solutions work?
  3. What causes of food insecurity do these technologies address?

Section III. Specific Factors in Chosen Developing Country

  1. Considering the causes of food insecurity, what factors interrupt the flow of food from the source to the people in the developing country you selected?


  • Provide a conclusion of half a page minimum that includes a summary of your findings that the United Nations can use to inform future policy decisions.

Success Tips

  • In answering each question, use examples from your developing country to illustrate your points.
  • The UN needs facts and objective analysis on which to base future policy decisions; avoid personal opinion and make sure your answers are based on information you find through research.

Formatting Requirements

  • Make sure your paper consists of four to six pages of content (or 1,200 words minimum, not including the cover or reference pages).
  • Create headings for each section of your paper as follows:
    • Section I. Background
    • Section II. Technologies That Can Reduce Hunger and Improve Food Security
    • Section III. Specific Factors in Chosen Developing Country


Contemporary Public Health Issue

Although the United States is among the wealthiest

nations in the world, it is far from being the healthiest. Life

expectancy and survival rates in the United States have

improved dramatically over the past century, but

Americans have shorter lifespans and experience more

illness than people in other high-income countries. This

assignment gives you an opportunity to put together what

you have learned in this course, including, but not limited


a) public health policy, policymaking process, and law;

b) public health and the legal system;

c) individual and human rights in public health; and

d) social justice, ethics and public health policy.

Choose a contemporary public health issue (e.g.,

bioterrorism, gun violence, or natural disasters like

hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires), its impact on public

health, and strategies for mitigating and managing it once

the issue occurs.

WK 11 SOCW 8205 DISCUSSION 2: SOCIAL WORK IN PALLIATIVE CARE 11 socw 8205 Discussion 2: Social Work in Palliative Care

Palliative care refers to specialized medical care that focuses on providing relief from physical symptoms and improving the quality of life of patients and caregivers. Palliative care can be provided to patients with any medical condition at any stage of illness to relieve symptoms. It can be a patient’s primary treatment (which is often the case with end-of-life care), or it can be provided in combination with standard medical treatments. Palliative care team members work alongside a patient’s medical team and can include professionals from multiple disciplines, including doctors, nurses, social workers, and chaplains.

To prepare for this Discussion:

Review this week’s resources. Think about the circumstances, timing, payment, and other features related to palliative care.

Post a description of perceptions of palliative care from the perspective of a 300 to 500 words question or topic in bold then answers



Social worker

Then, explain the roles of social workers in providing palliative care.

Compare and contrast the fundamental differences between palliative care and hospice care.

Explain medical conditions where you might consider palliative care over hospice care for a patient. Justify your position.

Use examples to illustrate your case.

Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the resources and the current literature using appropriate APA format and style and intext citations


Sanders, S., & Swails, P. (2011). A quest for meaning: Hospice social workers and patients with end-stage dementia. Social Work, 56(2), 129–140.

Waldrop, D. P., & Meeker, M. A. (2012). Hospice decision making: Diagnosis makes a difference. Gerontologist, 52(5), 686–697.

Beder, J. (2006). Hospital social work: The interface of medicine and caring. New York, NY: Routledge.

Chapter 5, “The Hospice Social Worker” (pp. 45–55)

McCoyd, J. L. M., & Kerson, T. S., (Eds.). (2016). Social work in health settings: Practice in context (4th ed.) New York, NY: Routledge.

Chapter 20, “Geriatric Social Work in a Community Hospital: High-Tough, Low-Tech Work in a High-Tech, Low-Touch Environment” (pp. 249-259)

Gehlert, S., & Browne, T. (Eds.). (2019). Handbook of health social work (3rd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Chapter 22, “Pain Management and Palliative Care” (pp. 525-562)

American Cancer Society. (2013) Hospice care. Retrieved from http:/

Caring Connections. (n.d.). Palliative care questions and answers. Retrieved from

AN ESSAY ON THE TAKEN FOR GRANTED AND UNWRITTEN RULES is not a research assignment. Instead, this is an assignment that asks you to use your sociological imagination, your ability to make the familiar unfamiliar, and asking you to apply what you have learned in the first five weeks of the unit.

Take a photo of an everyday space (bedroom, living room, kitchen, cafe, inside of bus, train or car, class room, etc.).

Drawing on the reading materials from weeks 1 to 5, write an essay on the taken for granted and unwritten rules of your chosen everyday space.

DSM 5 SOCIAL WORK DISCUSSION QUESTION a 300- to 500-word response in which you address the following:

  • Provide the full DSM-5 diagnosis. Remember, a full diagnosis should include the name of the disorder, ICD-10-CM code, specifiers, severity, and the Z codes (other conditions that may need clinical attention). Keep in mind a diagnosis covers the most recent 12 months.
  • Explain the diagnosis by matching the symptoms identified in the case to the specific criteria for the diagnosis.
  • Support your decision by identifying the symptoms which meet specific criteria for each diagnosis.
  • Identify any close differentials and why they were eliminated. Concisely support your decisions with the case materials and readings.
  • Explain how diagnosing a client with a personality disorder may affect their treatment.
  • Analyze how power and privilege may influence who is labeled with a personality disorder and which types of personality disorders.
  • Identify how trauma affects the case, either precipitating the diagnosis and/or resulting from related symptoms or treatment of diagnosis.

RESEARCH PROPOSAL (THE IMPORTANCE AND SUCCESS OF YOUTH FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES) are required to write a research proposal for my research project in my final year. You are required to follow the info given. You will complete a form A and and ethics form which i will attach

For the form A;  only bother about these. I will handle the rest.


What Research Paradigm are you working in? (eg interpretive, critical, ….)  YOU DECIDE

What Methodology (eg. ethnographic, case study ) will you use for this focus? You decide.

What data collection Methods (eg. interviews, diaries) will you use?  YOU DECIDE

What data analysis methods (eg. Semiotic, discourse, thematic, inductive) will you use?


List the key authors that will form the theoretical framework for this study. YOU DECIDE

For the Ethics form; basically follow the form attached to guide you.

Complete the rationale

Review of Literature

Research design


Use literature links for the ethics


Assignment Content

  1.     Access the University Library.

    Identify and read two to three articles that discuss how your initiative can reduce waste at the health care setting you selected.

    Note: If relevant articles are not found in the University Library, expand your search to outside sources and materials.

    Identify best practices you can use in your sustainability initiative.

    Write a 90- to 175-word summary for each citation that explains how the article supports the sustainability initiative you are developing in this course.

    Format your assignment according to APA guidelines.

ADDRESSING ETHICAL AND CULTURAL COMPETENCY ISSUES at least two examples of ethical or cultural issues that may occur in your area of human services. Then explain the tools you might use to identify and address ethical issues and issues related to cultural competence. Finally, explain how your leadership style might influence the tools you select to use.

DISCUSSION 2: CONTEMPLATING YOUR FUTURE NASW Code of Ethics makes a number of statements about social workers’ responsibility to study, use, and engage in research and evaluation. In the past, many social workers had difficulty thinking of themselves as knowledgeable and capable in research, despite completing the required research course in school. Think of yourself as a part of a new breed of social workers. You are completing your education at a point in time that places great emphasis on both research and evaluation. You also have greater access to published research than ever before. Research knowledge and skills are like muscles—if you do not use them, they will atrophy. You have an ethical obligation as a social worker to exercise and flex your research muscle. Consider how the NASW Code of Ethics guides your professional research.

By Day 4

Post an analysis of how you can apply new knowledge and skills related to research and evaluation, acquired in this course to your future career. Identify specific knowledge and strategies and how you intend to apply them. Identify those skills that you believe will be most applicable to achieving your future goals.

WENDY LEWIS 2, a 16-year-old male, has always performed adequately in school. This semester his math scores dropped from Bs to Fs, but his other grades have remained Bs. IQ testing with the WAIS-IV revealed that he has an average overall IQ without any major deficiencies. Do these normal findings provide useful diagnostic information? How so? What might be happening with Simon? Just need 135 words