Discussion post (2)

at least 250 words or more, one page each, each discussion needs at least two empirical article references that are no more than five years old. Please also label each discussion, for example unit 3 discussion 1 and, unit 3 discussion 2. Here is a guide that needs to be followed from each discussion. The following reminders are provided based on errors noted throughout this week’s discussion. Review your response to see if any of these reminders apply…also good guide for editing future responses and papers. 

1) Blass (2010) states, should be stated because 2010 is in the past

2) (Baumeister & Vonasch, 2012) outside of ( ) would be Baumeister and Vonasch (2012)

3) A page number or paragraph number is required in the in-text citation for a direct quote (p. #) or (para, #)

4) If you use a citation generator to format a reference be prepared to correct the format as most citation generators do not provide an error-free APA reference

5) A doctoral paragraph must be at least three to five sentences in length.

6) No author initials in the in-text citation.

7) If you have one source the header should be Reference, more than one source should be References. Also, need to have the word Reference(s) as the header before you list the references.

8) Need to include where you retrieved the reference from if electronically retrieved.

9) No first person….”I”

10) No in-text citation may mean your response is not researched and/or you are not giving credit to the sources you reviewed

11) Take the time to refresh APA 7th edition (as needed)

General Reminders: Add to the depth of your responses by adding a few sentences as an introduction and conclusion. The conclusion adds a supportive impact to connect the points you made back to the core focus/topics in the discussion question. Focus on Conclusion, Synthesis, and Argument: Synthesis of information from various sources needs to be present. Your argument needs to be orderly and present justification of the claims being made. Sources/in-text citations always need to be included. Here is the unit 3 discussion 1, Professional health care providers in direct contact with patients are required to be licensed and credentialed demonstrating current competencies of both quality care and safe healthcare practice. Should similar licensing and credentialing requirements be imposed on health care leaders and other collaborative workers in the health care industry (e.g., business office personnel, CEOs, CFOs, or other administrators) who may not be directly serving patients? Why or why not? Here is the unit 3 discussion 2, Over the decades, credential requirements have gradually increased in all sectors of the health care arena. If this trend continues, for how long will health care organizations remain sustainable? Why? What steps should health care administrators take to absorb or mitigate the rising credentialing requirements? Why? Here are the articles. Kleiner, M. M. (2016). Battling over Jobs: Occupational Licensing in Health Care. AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, 106(5), 165–170. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1257/aer.p20161000. Scheffler, G. (2019). Unlocking Access to Health Care: A Federalist Approach to Reforming Occupational Licensing. Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine, 29, 293–355. McMichael, B. J. (2017). The Demand for Healthcare Regulation: The Effect of Political Spending on Occupational Licensing Laws. Southern Economic Journal, 84(1), 297–316. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1002/soej.12211