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Hello there is actually two assignments. one is journal entry and two is discussion post. this is due March 11, 2018 before 11:59 pm central time 1. Journal entry #5 One requirement for HPRS 1303: End of Life Issues class is that students keep a reflective journal summarizing what they have learned from each assignment and subsequent discussion. Students must complete 11 journal entires in total, each of which is worth up to 50 points. The Journal Entries provide a way for students to make personal connections to the material and to apply the concepts they have learned. Journal entries should be written in a well-developed paragraph rather than just a phrase. Investing some effort in each journal entry will not only help you make the most of this course, but should help prepare you for the assignment in Week 15. This is the rubric that I will be using to grade all journal entries (assignments) throughout the semester: Also please list the sources and no plagiarism please APA Journal Entries (Assignments) Rubric Score _____/50 ____ (5) In-text citations include necessary info in parentheses after borrowed material ____ (5) References per APA ____ (5) Grammar and spelling ____ (35) Application of three or more concepts from the learned material please watch this video link first before doing the assignments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kl5cu1H4Hss 2. Physical Aspects of Dying Discussion post What did you learn from this video? What are your thoughts? Support your answer through the use of peer reviewed scholarly sources from MedLine, Ebsco, Proquest, and/or Google Scholar. You must provide at least three additional sources to the video. Please write a 300 to 500 word essay adhering to APA 6th Edition formatting guidelines. Please list the sources and no plagiarism