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| Posted: 16h, 37m ago | Ends: 14d, 7h |
We are seeking a needs assessment to include a gap analysis and data supporting a need for a patient centric program focused on the transition of patients with Cystic Fibrosis from adolescence into adult treatment. (1-3 pages) This program will target teenage patient populations as well as family (primary care givers) Needs assessments should answer some if not all of the following questions: How prevalent is the need among the target audience? How many different assessment sources indicated this need? How directly is the need related to actual patient health ? How likely is it that an educational activity will improve patient health? How receptive will the target audience be to a session on this topic? Must include justification for the following topic areas: Goals of the Cystic Fibrosis Transition Program Teach self-management and self motivation for adolescents transitioning to adulthood Addressing new social management issue during life transition stages including moving int...
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| Posted: Jan 15, 2014 | Ends: 35d, 6h |
Compassion for Humanity, Inc. is a new start up charitable organization. Compassion for Humanity, Inc. desires to help those who are in need through new fundraising technology known as Crowdfunding. Crowdfunding technology has literally changed traditional fundraising as we know it. The definition of Crowdfunding is the use of small amounts of capital from a large number of individuals to raise money for all types of things. Crowdfunding makes use of the easy accessibility of vast networks of friends, family and colleagues through social media websites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to get the word out about a cause and attract donations. The purpose and future activities for Compassion for Humanity, Inc.. Compassion for Humanity, Inc. has developed and is currently developing new web based tools and technology that brings compassionate people together with those who truly need compassion. In our research, most charitable people would prefer to know exactly where and to whom...