Clinical Practice Guideline on Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Adolescent Overweight
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Please place your scholarly product poster presentation. Unless otherwise arranged with your Project committee, your final product must include the following information, and must be written in a style appropriate for your intended audience:
¥ Background, Purpose, and Nature of the Project
¥ Describe the larger problem or issue you explored in your DNP Project. Explain how this problem or issue affects nursing practice and the overall health care system, and describe how your DNP Project explored possible strategies for addressing the problem or issue.
¥ Research Design, Setting, and Data Collection
¥ Briefly explain the methods you used to carry out your DNP Project, including any relevant theoretical frameworks or models. Identify the practice setting and context in which you conducted your project, as well as the sample/population as applicable. Outline your data collection methods and justify why you chose these methods.
¥ Presentation of Results
¥ Explain the results of your DNP Project. Include any relevant graphs, tables, charts, models, or other visual representations of your data/results. Include a short description of each visual, what it displays, and how it relates to your project.
¥ Interpretation of Findings, and Implications for Evidence-Based Practice
¥ Share the results of your DNP Project, and provide an interpretation of your findings. Describe how the results can be translated into evidence-based practice. Explain how this would impact the main problem or issue you explored in your DNP Project.
1. Plant A is located at the (X, Y) coordinates of (100, 200) and has a volume of shipping of 500
units a day. Plant B is located at the (X, Y) coordinates of (150, 400) and has a volume of
shipping of 200 units a day. Using the centroid method, what is the X coordinate for the new
2. A clothing chain is considering two different locations for a new retail outlet- Barclay and
Chester. They have identified the four factors listed in the following table as the basis for
evaluation, and have assigned weights as shown on the left. The manager has rated each
location on each factor, on a 100-point basis, as shown in the second table below.
Factor Factor Description Weight
1 Average community income .40
2 Community growth potential .25
Availability of public
4 Labor cost .20
What is the score for Chester?
3. The owner of a millwork shop is considering three alternative locations for a new plant for
building embossed-and-clad steel exterior doors for residences. Fixed and variable costs follow.
Since the plant ships nationwide, revenue is assumed the same regardless of plant location. Plot
the total cost lines in the chart provided below, and identify the range over which each location is best.
Costs A B C
Fixed $700,000 $1,000,000 $1,1000,000
Variable $28 $18 $20
Which location is the cheapest?