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week 2/ discussion forum/student postedExploring the rate of seasonal-pattern depression in an Inuit CommunityMethodology:  QuantitativeDesign:  EthnographyRationale:  To assess the rate of seasonal-depression in an Inuit community above 70 degrees N.2. Democracy in AmericaMethodology:  QualitativeDesign:  Grounded theoryRationale:  To review “Democracy in America” by Alexis de Tocqueville and translated and edited by Harvey C. Mansfield and Delba Winthrop.3. The relationship between compassion fatigue and burnout among critical care nursesMethodology:  QualitativeDesign:  CorrelationRationale:  To evaluate the literature related to emotional distress among healthcare professionals in the Intensive Care Unit, while emphasizing the prevalence of compassion fatigue and burnout.4. Two drugs for Alzheimer’s show promiseMethodology:  QuantitativeDesign:  Quasi-experimental designRationale:  The combination of two approved drugs for Alzheimer’s, acamprosate and baclofen, together open up the possibility for a therapeutic approach for the disease.5. Evaluating technology with student successMethodology:  QuantitativeDesign: Case StudyRationale:  To show measurements used to monitor student success and describe strategies used to promote online discussion as a key component of effective online courses.6. Factors that influence weight control among womenMethodology:  QualitativeDesign:  SurveyRationale:  To investigate the influence of work hours and employment on weight gain and weight loss with middle-aged women.7. The meaning of living with brain injury and stroke 10 years after the injuryMethodology:  QuantitativeDesign:  SurveyRationale:  To indicate that rehabilitation following an ABI should consider if clients’ use everyday technology influences their activity and participation and adopt appropriate interventions.8. Exploring the beliefs of healing among AboriginesMethodology:  QualitativeDesign: ObservationalRationale:  To give insight on the beliefs of the Aborigines.ReferencesAccount Respecting Beliefs of Australian Aborigines. (1896). The Journal of American Folklore, 9(34), 199-203. doi:1. Retrieved from doi:1Au, N., Hauck, K., & Hollingsworth, B. (2013). Employment, work hours and weight gain among middle-aged women. International Journal of Obesity, 37(5), 718-24. doi:, I., Nabirotchkin, S., Cholet, N., Milet, A., Boucard, A., Toulorge, D., Cohen, D. (2015). Combining two repurposed drugs as a promising approach for alzheimer’s disease therapy. Scientific Reports, 5, 7608. doi:10.1038/srep07608Drescher, S. (2001). Democracy in America. The Journal of American History, 88(2), 612-614. Retrieved from, R., Humbert, J., & Rappold, R. (2009). Rochester institute of technology: Analyzing student success. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 13(3), 37.Haggarty, J. M., Cernovsky, Z., Husni, M., Minor, K., Kermeen, P., & Merskey, H. (2002). Seasonal affective disorder in an arctic community. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 105(5), 378-384. doi:10.1034/j.1600-0447.2002.1o185.xLindén, A., Lexell, J., Lund, M. L., Arbetsterapi, Medicinska fakulteten, Institutionen för samhällsmedicin och rehabilitering, & Umeå universitet. (2010). Perceived difficulties using everyday technology after acquired brain injury: Influence on activity and participation. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 17(4), 267-275. doi:10.3109/11038120903265022