For the project selected in Unit I, create a simple resource management plan. Your plan should follow the guidance in the PMBOK® Guide for the plan resource management process. Include an introduction, and consider the following questions:
- Who will I need to plan and execute this project?
- From where (and how) will I acquire these people?
- What does the project need in terms of (a) materials, (b) equipment, (c) funding, and (d) tools and supplies? 4. From where (and how) will I acquire these resources?
- What basic approach will be taken regarding teambuilding, team development, and team motivation?
diseases, and their complications become even more detrimental in the elderly, pregnant and in babies. The solution to these diseases are simple: vaccinations. Vaccines are safe, effective, still necessary, cost and efficient, and serve as a protectant. The misconception that surrounds the anti-vaccine movement is prevalent. These fallacies include the concern of harmful chemicals, and of course the initiator of the moment, connections between autism and vaccination. The previously mentioned false notions have been debunked. Like any medical procedure vaccines have risks, however the risks are minor and extremely rare. Furthermore the risks associated with vaccinations are far less harmful than the diseases themselves. The benefits outweigh the harms when it comes to vaccines. Vaccines are important to the future of a healthy human race. Many concerns were raised about the harmful chemicals used in vaccines like mercury, aluminum and formaldehyde. These chemicals in large doses can pose serious threats, however the chemicals are used in small doses for the purpose of boosting effectiveness. The reality is people consume these chemicals in larger quantities every day through food and drink. For example infants receive about 4.4 milligrams of aluminum from vaccines during the first six months of their lives, they receive far more through breastmilk, and formula.“While infants receive about 4.4 milligrams* of aluminum …from vaccines, they receive more than that in their diet.” The article goes on to discuss the amounts of aluminum infants digest on a daily basis from hier diet compared to the little amount of aluminum found in vaccines. “Breast-fed infants ingest about 7 milligrams, formula-fed infants ingest about 38 milligrams”CHOP. The research also goes on to reveal infants that consume soy formula ingest nearly 117 milligrams(chop). The same concerns were raised about mercury in vaccines, the mercury used in vaccines was called ethylmercury. This type of mercury is cleared from the human body quicker than Methylmercury, which is the type of mercury found in fish. The purpose of ethylmercury in vaccines is to prevent bacteria growth. “Data from many studies show no evidence of harm caused by the low doses of thimerosal in vaccines.” Despite this, to ease public concerns mercury was removed from all childhood vaccines in 2001 CDC. As for formaldehyde, it is no different. Formaldehyde is used to inactivate viruses and, to detoxify “The amount of formaldehyde present in some vaccines is so small compared to the concentration that occurs naturally in the body that it does not pose a safety concern.” fda . Any concerns regarding the safety of vaccines can be put to rest considering they are tested, regulated and evaluated for years to ensure safety and quality before being released to the public. Vaccines have become so effective that they have given people the luxury to believe they do not need them. They have worked so well that many generations have never experienced the diseases or witnessed the massive ramifications that not vaccinating entails. Before the Polio vaccines 350,000 cases were reporte>GET ANSWER