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Emergency Management and Communications Interoperability Research Proposal

… Emergency Management and Communications Interoperability

In an emergency situation, it is vitally important to have adequate communication software in place to ensure the speedy response of emergency personnel. Indeed, ideally, such systems would be free from failure and allow rescue workers to save the maximum amount of lives. The reality is however rather less than ideal, as demonstrated by the devastation of September 11, 2001 and Hurricane Katrina. In order to remedy the situation, interoperability issues need to be addressed.

The other side of the coin is however, would such attention adversely affect local jurisdictions in terms of cost and time investments? Conversely, the research might also ask - how much importance in terms of funding can be placed upon a human life? The dichotomy…. [read more]

Emergency Management Evaluate the Cims Term Paper

… The Department prepared protocols with the NYPD for appointing an FDNY Chief Officer in a police helicopter to help manage bigger or intricate incidents. (FDNY Strategic Plan)

The Department has also done considerable growth in the direction of development of many important technological improvements led by a newly constituted Technology Oversight Committee -- TOC. The FDOC possesses the technological infrastructure to receive live video feeds not just from their NYPD helicopters, but also from their own satellite camera systems. The FDOC will deliver the commanders with the resources needed to promote improved situational awareness. The plan for the FDOC needs technological enhancements such as Video Conferencing, the capability for data analysis from wireless command boards in the field and a better Geographical Information System --…. [read more]

Emergency Services Grant Proposal Thesis

… Emergency Services Grant Proposal

Disasters are part of life in the United States of America. They come in many shapes and forms. Natural disasters, terrorism, and chemical emergencies are only three examples of the many emergency situations that Americans have faced in the country. The problem investigated in this research is not so much the disasters themselves, but rather the lack of public knowledge to deal with such calamities. Indeed, many lives can be saved if a proper contingency plan and preparedness equipment are in place.

Importantly, the research recognizes that the public should be part of the disaster management process. In addition, health organizations and disaster management entities such as the police should make a conscious effort to work together in handling disasters. By…. [read more]

Grant Proposal the Saint Anselm's Cross Cultural Term Paper

… Grant Proposal

The Saint Anselm's Cross Cultural Center has a multi-faceted programming dynamic offering essential information and services to mainly a Vietnamese immigrant culture though the center serves other populations and provides services as needed to other immigrant groups and families. One of the core programs within the center that has a serious need for expansion is the community and family health portion of the center. The center currently holds three community health fares annually but would like to expand the program to offer it on a more regular basis, to respond to increased community need for health provision of services in the challenged economy and for the sake of offering services more frequently so people in need of community access for health services are…. [read more]

Grant Proposal Sample: Hope's Home Research Paper

… The latter caused a big change in the perspective of homeless people. For example, people who serve for justice (e.g., lawyers), insurance, tourism and financial industries turned out homeless. California is one of the regions that has been mostly affected by this global change. It is not possible or feasible to start a global or nationwide project to solve the issue of homeless people. However, starting from the homeless people who located in Los Angeles area with some educational background would be a pilot for the other regions and for the other organizations. ESG foundation would be the best foundation to distribute our voice nationwide and also in the global scale. Therefore, we would like to start our first shelter in Los Angeles area with…. [read more]

High Blood Pressure Awareness Proposal Term Paper

… High Blood Pressure Awareness Proposal

High Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure (BP) awareness:

Being crowned as the 2007 Miss Nigeria in America - MNIA, I plan to undertake a High Blood Pressure Awareness as being my platform. I have chosen this issue of creating high blood pressure awareness since I have seen the impacts of having high BP, which caused me to lose my grandmother and my aunt, and now mother is a victim to it. Being an issue very close to my heart, I feel that I should do something really worth to create awareness about high blood pressure and its risk factors. ("High Blood Pressure," n. d.) High blood pressure leads to incidence and mortality evolving from coronary heart disease, stroke, and all…. [read more]

Evaluating and Explaining Organizational Accountability in Emergency Management of Typhoon Morakot a Citizens Perspective Literature Review

… ¶ … Organizational Accountability in Emergency Management of Typhoon Morakot: A Citizens' Perspective -- Literature Review Chapter

Typhoon Morakot

The contemporaneous society is unfortunate enough to be witnessing numerous natural calamities. The debate over the causes of these calamities is ongoing, with some arguing the very force of nature and its changing shapes, whilst others blaming the changes on the devastating actions of man, which pollute and change the natural environment. In other words, there is the belief according to which more natural calamities occur as a result of global warming. This view is shared by the environment specialists at the United Nations, who include the Morakot Typhoon on the list of the most significant climate anomalies from 2007 through 2009. They refer to the…. [read more]

Strategic Analysis -- Fire Research Paper

… Funding sources. The Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergence Response Grants (SAFER) was created to provide funding directly to fire departments and volunteer firefighter interest organizations in order to help them increase the number of trained, "front line" firefighters available in their communities. The goal of SAFER is to enhance the local fire departments' abilities to comply with staffing, response and operational standards established by the NFPA and OSHA (NFPA 1710 and/or NFPA 1720 and OSHA 1910.134).

Strategy Development

The recommendations emerging from the study are as follows:

1. Build a new fire and emergency services substation on the donated parcel.

2. Apply for grant funding to fill the staffing gap until alternate funding is obtained.

3. Establish a program of total quality improvement in…. [read more]

Reducing Health Disparities for Inner-City Children Suffering From Asthma Research Proposal

… Intervention

The intervention will be adapted from the intervention used by Julian et al. (2014) and will involve three educational sessions providing progressively more detailed information and intensive counseling. On the same day as the initial evaluation the patient and caregiver will be provided with general information about childhood asthma and treatment modalities. The time allotted for this encounter will be 30 minutes. The nurse will provide this information and answer any questions the patient or caregiver may have. A second encounter lasting 2 hours will occur between 2 and 4 weeks following the initial evaluation and will provide a more detailed presentation of asthma pathophysiology, disease course, and the benefits and risks of treatment modalities. This group counseling session will be attended by patients…. [read more]

Nursing Research Utilization Project Proposal Essay

… Solution Description

Staff education and new employee orientation will mandate staff awareness of managing noise, including use of personal phones, overall noise levels, and IV pumps, as sound control needs to be regarded with accountability in maintaining an appropriate sound environment (Mazer, 2006). Reducing staff conversation and overhead voice paging by introducing electronic documentation and collaboration via emails, electronic messaging, and electronic orders will improve the quality of noise levels in the unit and improve the comfort of patients (Solet, Buxton, Ellenbogen, Wang, & Carballiera, 2010).

Exterior noises coming from outside the hospital building (road traffic, etc.) will be counteracted by the installation of window treatments that will provide soundproofing and insulation around the window frames. The exterior noises were found to be the least…. [read more]

Home and Community-Based Waiver Services Program Essay

… Home and Community-Based Waiver Services Program in Alaska

Needs Statement.

According to Goins and Spencer (2005), the provision of services to specific populations, particularly those groups who face barriers to equity in healthcare, has always been an important focus of public health. The public health perspective outlines a societal approach to protecting and promoting health, which emphasizes prevention, macro-level interventions, and the reshaping of public policy. A primary difference between public health and the more biomedical model is that the government often subsidizes care providers in public health, with a focus on preventing, rather than curing, disease (Goins & Spencer, 2005).

Older American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANS) life expectancy has increased dramatically since the early 1970s. This increase, from 63.5 years in 1972 to…. [read more]

20Th Century Capstone Project

… The Investigator, as mentioned above has the overall coordination responsibility on the site. It is in the way in which it conducts the investigation that the results can be rapidly identified. This is also due to the fact that "the designated investigator-in- charge organizes, conducts, controls, and manages the field phase of the investigation, regardless of whether a Board Member is also on-scene at the accident or incident site. (The role of the Board member at the scene of an accident investigation is as the official spokes-person for the Safety Board.) The IIC has the responsibility and authority to supervise and coordinate all resources and activities of all personnel, both Board and non-Board, involved in the on-site investigation." (Federal Aviation Administration, 2010)

Another important role…. [read more]

Proposal to Study Arthritis Research Proposal

… ¶ … Medicaid Prescription Restrictions Relative to the Total Costs of Treatments for Arthritis Patients

This proposal outlines a research project that is estimated to take about two years to complete and aims to make a major contribution on a specific issue related to public policies related to the treatment of arthritis for U.S. citizens that receive subsidized health care coverage in the form of Medicaid or Medicare. This research model has been specifically prepared for the Arthritis Foundation (AF) which was founded in 1948 and is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to addressing the needs of individuals living with arthritis in the United States. There are an estimated 300,00 children, as well as 50 million adults, living with arthritis and this condition represents…. [read more]

Business Plan: Classic Clothes Business Proposal

… Spring is likely to be one of the highest collection months for clothes, as most people are likely to invest less in clothing and winter is one of the times that low-income residents require clothing the most. School starts in the fall, and it is one of the times that clothing is also in highest demand.

Management SUMMARY

Classic Clothing executive team will include a board of directors that will oversee operations and ensure that Classic Clothing mission is carried out. The organization will also have a CEO who will oversee operations.


Other personnel that will help carry out operations within the organization will include the following: (1) Treasurer, who will be responsible for handling financials, including grant applications and revenues and donations coming…. [read more]

Crisis Intervention the Crisis Facing Danville Grant Proposal

… Crisis Intervention

The crisis facing Danville is, in fact, a cluster of crises. Thus, our intervention strategy needs to assess and prioritize the crises individuals are experiencing and then address the most immediate and most destabilizing crises first while offering direction toward dealing with secondary issues and problems in a timely fashion once the immediate crises has been resolved. This strategy will require a systematic, coordinated approach; collaboration between government agencies and external agencies and institutions; a trained and motivated staff; and a program evaluation component to ensure program success.

The Crisis Intervention Committee

The committee membership will include representation from a range of relevant stakeholder constituencies. The committee will determine the intervention program's overall scope, goals, objectives, and public relations. A small number of…. [read more]

RFP -- Saddle Creek Hoa Business Proposal

… An independently owned accounting firm shall conduct the annual financial audit of the property management services company, on behalf of the homeowners' association. The Executive Vice President of the property management firm shall meet with the auditors to review the audit report and develop an action list for following up on each item to resolution. An audit report shall be submitted directly to the Board of Directors and shall include details about any findings or recommendations along with the disposition of each item.

Overall evaluation of property management. The provision of property management services to the homeowners' association shall include an overall evaluation of the property management services as outlined in the Proposal Plan. Evaluation opportunities shall be embedded in the processes and activities of…. [read more]

Silver Spring Police Department Senior City Capstone Project

… Silver Spring Police Department





Total Department Personnel 275


Officer to Citizen Ratio

Base Population 1.86 per 1001

Total with Influx Population 1.85 per 1002

Officers per Square Land Mile

Senior City Police was chartered and its operation put under a form of government i.e. Council-Manager

The appointment of the police chief is done by and reports to the Senior City's mayor

The office of Montgomery County Sherriff is donating the building to be used by the police of the Senior City

Fully- equipped building has been given together with functioning centre of communication, and portable radios for the officers working for us.

The office of the Montgomery County…. [read more]

CISM Program Surry Nuclear Power Thesis

… To understand the role of cultural and how it may affect the design and implementation of these measures.

The following will address the specific needs of each group victims.


The group of primary targets for the program will include first responders and plant workers who are at the greatest danger of illness from radiation exposure. Those that are closest to the accident are also the most likely to develop posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as result of this exposure (Pietrantoni & Prati, 2008). The focus of the CISM for these workers will be preparing them for the possibility of stress from an emergency at the Surry plant. The focus will be first on prevention, then relief of acute symptoms, followed by measures to help alleviate…. [read more]

Effect of Illegal Aliens on California's Healthcare System Term Paper


The Pew Hispanic Center estimated in March 2005 that the illegal alien population in California was 2.4 million in 2004. The impact on business, public schools, criminal justice system, and health care has been enormous. Statistics show that 63 California hospitals closed in the ten-year period between 1993 and 2003 because half of their services were unpaid because of services required under the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA). (Cosman, 2005; paraphrased) These statistics show that many clinics and general practitioners do not have a hospital dedicated to their area of service. Because of the diseases that the illegal alien immigrants are bringing to the United States, it is imperative that private practitioners develop some…. [read more]

Aviation Industry Flu Pandemic Outbreak Risk Thesis

… In case of the SARS outbreak in China the public transportation wasn't shut down but the amount of passengers decreased a lot as, people stopped using the public transportation to avoid getting infected. Similarly, trends of decrease in the number of employees was noted in the air transportation such as, the flights in Pacific Asia decreased by 45% as compared to the year before and there was a decrease of 69% in the flights between U.S. And Hong Kong (Brigantic et al., 2009).

However, it can easily be estimated from these above given scenarios that if an influenza pandemic did occur and stay for 12 to 36 months what would be the amount of damage that it would cause in the world…. [read more]

Affordable Care Act Health Care Reform Capstone Project

… Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Health Care Act

The hospital industry is comprised of many different sectors including, but not limited to, non-profit and for-profit hospitals, safety net hospitals and teaching hospitals among others. Because the sectors are so varied, it is surmised that the Affordable Care Act, which was enacted in March of 2010, will have different effects for each different sector and individual hospital. There are certain hospitals that have always given either low-cost or no-cost health care to uninsured patients and it is posited that these hospitals will gain the most in relation to the uncompensated care that they have given patients. It is believed that there are substantial provisions within the Affordable Care Act that will have a beneficial effect on…. [read more]

Community Nurse Diabetic Clinic Thesis

… Community Nurse Diabetic Clinic

One of the hallmarks of economic progress is ironically the fact that certain kinds of diseases become far more common. Diabetes is one of these diseases. The causes for diabetes are complicated, including genetic as well as environmental factors: It is linked to the abundance of food in modern American society, culinary traditions brought from cultures of origin, lack of easy access to healthy foods to many working-class Americans, lack of education about diabetes, and lack of access to health care by many Americans.

The problem is so complex -- and the personal consequences for those individuals with diabetes -- that it can seem overwhelming. Where does one start in trying to address the problem of the widespread nature of diabetes?…. [read more]

City of Norfolk VA Case Analysis 2008 Budget Project Research Proposal

… City of Norfolk VA 2008 Budget Project

The budget for the City of Norfolk outlines the intended fiscal spending plan for 2008. In many ways, the city budget is like a corporation, but in other ways, accounting and budgeting are very different, as the city is also a government agency. Cities often use a modified accrual basis for accounting. This is largely because funds often come in after the expenditure is realized. The following will explore details of the budget for the City of Norfolk, VA for the 2008 fiscal year.

Budget Format and Approach

Like many cities of similar size, the City of Norfolk uses a modified accrual basis for their budgeting and accounting (p. 9). This method allows expenditures to be recorded when…. [read more]

Justice Implications of a Social Policy Research Proposal

… Healthcare Propsal: Are Immigrants Left Behind?

The Healthcare Proposal: History and Background

One of the platforms upon which Illinois Democratic Senator Barak Obama campaigned for election in the 2008 presidential race was healthcare reform. Obama promised Americans that if he were elected president, all Americans would have access to affordable healthcare. After he was successfully elected president by an overwhelming voter turnout and margin, Obama reiterated his promise in numerous town-hall meetings around the country to provide all Americans health coverage. Contrary to his campaign trail speeches and promises about healthcare, Obama and his supporters of a national healthcare plan were assailed with questions, and they came face-to-face with angry Americans who were suspicious of Obama's plan and who held that, like the financial bailouts,…. [read more]

Legal Issues With the Use of Open Source Software in Government and EU Public Service Term Paper

… EU Open Source Software

Legal Implications for European Union Governments

The Use of Open Source Software in Government and EU Public Service

Current EU Software Policy: Any Directives, Regulations, Whitepapers and Official Documents Detailing the Current Official Position of the European Union on Software.

Free and Open Source Software vs. Proprietary Software

Legal Case Study - Brazil (i.e. what the Brazilians have done and are doing about open source legal issues during and after implementation of software)

How ill E.U. Governments be affected if following the Brazilian example and its effect on E.U. Intellectual property policy?

How will E.U. intellectual property law and new proposed software patent directive affect Open source legality in the EU?

Legal cases that set precedents for intellectual property concern in…. [read more]

Benefits and Limitations of Carrying Guns on the Job Paramedics Essay

… However, when the staff reaches the scene, regardless of whether it is violent, when they have guns, they can potentially stop any violence. In addition, critics ignore that the EMS are similar to other citizens, and their job is one that is full of risks (Boyle 760-763). They also do not have legal protection, authority, or capacity to act in case they find themselves in hostile situations.

Although they argue that the profession is inflexible, if there is a law that will require them to carry guns, then the profession can expand to accommodate subsequent training. Although the critics argue that the emergency workers hardly encounter similar situations such as those encountered by the police officers, they fail to recognize existing literature on the same.…. [read more]

Business Plan Assisted Living Facilities Business Plan

… Cedar Springs Brookdale Senior Living, 2505 Spring Ave SW, Decatur, AL

3. Morning Glory Meadows Assisted Living, 2055 Main St., Fyffe, AL

4. Morningside Of Cullman, 2021 Dahlke Dr., Cullman, AL

5. Morningside Of Decatur, 2115 Point Mallard Dr. SE, Decatur, AL

6. Morningside Of Madison, 49 Hughes Rd, Madison, AL

7. Morningside Of Sheffield, 413 Cox Blvd, Sheffield, AL

8. Redstone Village, 12000 Turnmeyer Dr., Huntsville, AL

9. Regency Retirement Village, 2004 Max Luther Dr. NW, Huntsville, AL

10. The Terrace at Priceville, 200 Terrace Ln, Decatur, AL

11. Wills Creek Village Assisted Living, 1050 Airport RD W, Fort Payne, AL

12. Windsor House, Inc., 4411 McAllister Dr. SW, Huntsville, AL

Competitive Advantages

Residay's competitive advantage is reliant on the experience of care, which…. [read more]

Moral and Ethical Theory and Responsibilities of Business or Political Appointees Serving in Public Service Research Proposal

… Decision-making is one of the fundamental keys to the survival of an organization, more so now that economic boundaries between countries crumble, business becomes more complex, and the results of decisions often have global impact. Decisions are made constantly in business; it is the part and parcel of being effective in one's job. Innovation and improvement on a regular basis are required to maintain and improve the ability to make rational decisions, and some psychologists even believe that the ability to make effective decisions is at the core of the individual's success of failure within their organization (Porter, 1998). Managers, in particular, realize that if their organizations are to survive in this dynamic and uncertain environment, they have to make moral and ethical decisions concerning…. [read more]

Adult Day Care Term Paper

… Adult Daycare

Proposal "Golden Years Adult Daycare"

The proposed program will demonstrate a significant goal of reducing the number of adults, needing daily medical and social supervision who must receive such care from non-formal caregivers. The problems of aging and some disease processes that occur in aging are a significant social need that needs to be effectively answered by structured programs that reduce the care giving burden on family and allow them the ability to have normal lives, that include working and perusing social and other essential activities without the concern of their aging loved one to ensure their ability to continue to be primary caregivers.

As the population of the United States ages demographic changes are evident and potentially troublesome, if changes are not…. [read more]

Goal Statement Term Paper

… Deloitte Fellowship in Emergency Preparedness demands a fellow who excels in strategic planning, has a demonstrated ability to coordinate available resources, and can communicate effectively with persons of diverse backgrounds and cultures. My areas of research while obtaining my M.A. In International Communication at American University have focused on structural adjustment programs to improve the economic and social condition of women in developing East Asian nations and the institutional role of the United Nations to address gender inequities in rural women in Nepal. Both are examples of how my background has honed my ability to analyze how structural reform and international institutional support and planning can address social ills and community needs. This research has been an extension of my earlier internship with the UN…. [read more]

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