HR Challenge 333: Publication Writing Overview: 3 pages (825 words) At least 0 S

HR
Challenge 333: Publication Writing
Overview: 3 pages (825 words)
At least 0 SCHOLARLY sources from peer-reviewed journal. (Any listed sources
can be used.)
APA6. (Any of the listed sources can be used.)
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Write an article for a
professional HR publication on a selected health care-related topic using the
publication’s submission requirements.
·
For this assessment, you
will prepare and write an article about one of the following topics for a
professional HRM publication based on the provider’s scope of health care
delivery and settings.
o Fostering
personal resiliency in health care workers.
o Bullying
in the health care industry.
o Employee
wellness models for health care workers.
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Introduction
o The
deliverable for this assessment applies professional skills in HRM to health
care-related situations that you will likely encounter in your workplace. As
part of your learning, we focus on the development of effective professional
communication skills for the workplace.
o For
this assessment, you are to prepare an article for a professional publication
about one of the following topics:
§ Fostering
personal resiliency in health care workers.
§ Bullying
in the health care industry.
§ Employee
wellness models for health care workers.
o Be
sure to base your writing on the provider’s scope of health care delivery and
settings.
o Potential
publications for this assessment include:
§ HR
Magazine.
§ HR
Executive.
§ HR
Pulse.
§ HealthManagement.org
– The Journal.
§ Workforce
Magazine.
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Instructions
·
Select a publication and
familiarize yourself with their writing specifications. Include the following
in your article:
o Describe
HR best practices in the selected article topic.
o Explain
HR’s role in organization transformation for the selected topic.
o Analyze
how tools and methods support employee wellness.
o Analyze
how tools and methods specifically advance positive patient outcomes.
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Additional Requirements
o Your
assessment should meet the following additional requirements:
o Length:
Articles submitted for publication must adhere to each publisher’s
specifications; therefore, you must identify those specifications and structure
your article accordingly. Submission guidelines are usually posted on the
publication’s main Web page and include information about word count, target
audience, and tone. Be sure to include the specifications at the end of your
article for your instructor to review.
Resources: No
references need to be cited in your article.