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Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Safety Assessment

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PART A – Responding to racism with colleagues to promote cultural safety 

The new Code of Conduct for Nurses came into operation in March 2018.  Click on this link to access the Code of Conduct for nurses.  http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/Codes-Guidelines-Statements/Professional-standards.aspx

 Read Luke Pearson’s article, “The truth behind the nursing code of conduct lie” by clicking on this link.https://indigenousx.com.au/the-truth-behind-the-nursing-code-of-conduct-lie

 Read Janine Mohamed’s article, “Cultural safety matters – the conversation we need to keep having” by clicking on this link.  https://indigenousx.com.au/janine-mohamed-cultural-safety-matters 

Working in small groups (as per the trainers’ instructions) in a simulated work environment, role play the following scenario: 

A nurse appears to be only informed by the inaccurate media story that “According to how the code is written, the white nurse should come in and say, ‘before I deal with you, I have to acknowledge to you that I have certain privileges that you don’t have.” 

As a group, discuss and demonstrate how you can respond to this scenario, as a colleague in the workplace, using the Oz Principle. 

  1. Write your analysis of the situation and how you responded as if you are writing a report for your workplace supervisor on events that occurred in the workplace and for which you must provide recommendations. Follow the outline below.
    1. Briefly describe the situation and event.
    2. Identify:
      1. the possible cultural factors that may impact on service delivery to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients.
      2. the critical issues that influence relationships, communication and key aspects of cultural safety for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients.
    3. Evaluate the extent to which the cultural safety can be integrated, or better integrated, in your own work and that of health service organisations. Recommend changes for your work and health service organisations drawing on the Oz Principle.

 NOTE:  You may discuss your response as a group but your analysis must be written in your own words – the same written response cannot be used by each member of the group.

 PART B – Working with clients and families to promote cultural safety

 Working in small groups (as per the trainer’s instructions) in a simulated work environment, role play how you can respond to the situation in one of the scenarios (next page) using the Oz Principle – what you would do to promote the cultural safety of the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients and/or family members? 

  1. Write your response of the situation as if you are writing a report for your workplace supervisor on events that occurred in the workplace in the scenario and for which you must provide recommendations. Follow the outline below.
    1. Provide the scenario number and name
    2. Aspects that you must consider:
  • Identifying cultural safety issues in the workplace
  • Modelling cultural safety in your own work
  • Developing strategies for improving cultural safety
  • Evaluating cultural safety strategies 

NOTE:  You may discuss your response as a group but your analysis must be written in your own words – the same written response cannot be used by each member of the group.

 Question 2

Suppose a monopolist faces the following demand curve: P = 300 – 2Q. 30 pts

The long run marginal cost of production is constant and equal to $40, and there are no fixed costs. 

  1. What is the monopolist’s profit maximizing level of output? 
  2. What price will the profit maximizing monopolist produce? 
  3. How much profit will the monopolist make if she maximizes her profit? 
  4. What would be the value of consumer surplus if the market were perfectly competitive? 
  5. What is the value of the deadweight loss when the market is a monopoly? 
  6. What is the value of the Lerner Index for this monopoly?

 Note: You will upload this work, along with all the other questions, at the end of the exam. Enter the word "Finished" into the text-box below when ready to move on.

Question 3

 

Suppose there are two firms in a market who each simultaneously choose a quantity. Firm 1’s quantity is q1, and Firm 2’s quantity is q2. Therefore the market quantity is Q

= q1 + q2. The market demand curve is given by P = 120 – 2Q. Also, each firm has constant marginal cost equal to 36. There are no fixed costs.

The marginal revenue of the two firms are given by: MR1 = 120 – 4q1 – 2q2

MR2 = 120 – 2q1 – 4q2.

  1. How much output will each firm produce in the Cournot equilibrium? 
  2. What will be the market price of the good? 
  3. What is the deadweight loss that results from this duopoly? 
  4. How much profit does each firm make? 
  5. Suppose Firm 2 produced 20 units of output. How much output should Firm 1 produce in order to maximize profit?  

 

 

Player 1

Player 2

 

Left

Right

Top

11

5

9

4

Bottom

7

3

5

8

  • (2 points) Does Player 2 have a dominant strategy and if so what is it? 
  1. (1 point each) For each of the following strategy combinations, select TRUE if it is a Nash Equilibrium, and FALSE if it is not: 
  • (2 points) What is Player 1’s maximin strategy? 
  • (2 points) What is Player 2’s maximin strategy? 
  • (2 points) If the game were played with Player 1 moving first and Player 2 moving second, using the backward induction method we went over in class, what strategy

will each player choose?of the tax that will be paid by the cigarette companies (sellers), and the proportion of the tax that will be paid by the smokers (consumers) of cigarettes. 

To do this, you will first need to calculate the current price and quantity of cigarettes sold. 

2.What is the equilibrium price and quantity of cigarettes?Next you know from your economics class that you will need to know the price elasticity of demand and the price elasticity of supply of cigarettes.

3.What is the price elasticity of demand for cigarettes at the equilibrium price?

4.What is the price elasticity of supply of cigarettes at the equilibrium price?

5.Using your answers to b) and c), you are now able to determine what proportion of the tax will be paid by buyers, and what proportion of the tax will be paid by sellers. 

  • What proportion of the tax will be paid by sellers? 
  • What price will buyers pay after the tax is imposed? 
  • How many cigarettes will be sold after the tax? 

Finally, a new proposal suggests that the tax should be levied on the cigarette companies instead of the smokers.

6.From what you have learned in this class, how should you respond to this proposal? 

 

Question 8

Suppose a consumer views two goods as perfect complements so that her utility function is given by U = min(3X,Y). The price of X is PX = 3, and the price of Y is PY =

  1. Sketch the graph of the Engel curve for good X. Be sure to label your graph carefully. 

 Question 9 

Complete the following table. Missing values are denoted by a number inside parentheses (X). Place your answers in the corresponding numbered fields below the table.

 

Quantity

FC

VC

TC

AFC

AVC

ATC

MC

0

96

0

(1)

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1

(2)

(3)

136

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

2

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

30

(12)

(13)

3

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

(19)

12

 

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