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Long-Range Professional Objectives Why Have You Selected

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long-range professional objectives. Why have you selected this career path? Be as specific as possible about the kinds of positions you seek. Include in this discussion the reasons you have chosen the particular program and major or concentration to which you have applied. What contributions do you expect to be able to make to your classes based on your academic and/or professional experiences?

My academic and professional experiences have led to my short-range goal of earning a Master of Taxation degree from Georgia State University. I wish to attend law school after completing my Master of taxation degree in order to become a tax attorney. Toward my short-range goal I have pursued academic interests, including math, my first major. While working as a manager at Best Buy during my undergraduate years, I became fascinated with business, however, and later changed my major to finance.

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Complaint and Discovery

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Complaint and Discovery




Mike Turner,




Index No:

Daytime Bakery Company


REQUEST FOR ANSWERS TO INTERROGATORIES. Plaintiff MIKE TURNER, by his attorneys, J.J. LEGAL & ASSOOCIATES complaining of the Defendants herein, upon information and belief respectfully alleges as follows:

Plaintiff MIKE TURNER is a resident of the City, County and State of New York.

Plaintiff MIKE TURNER is an able bodied individual not prone to falling and fell because of the snow that had accumulated on the sidewalk.

Plaintiff MIKE TURNER alleges that while walking in front of the Daytime Bakery on a cold December day, Mr. Turner slipped and fell because of the snow that had accumulated on the sidewalk.


The fall caused Plaintiff MIKE TURNER to break his left leg and left arm which required him to seek medical attention.

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Benefit Costs of Pursuing an MBA

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benefit-Costs of pursuing an MBA

Even though each of us has his/her own perspective of happiness and sense of life, we all agree that the integral part of these are the financial stability complemented by personal professional success. That is why we all strive very hard to achieve ambitious financial and professional goals and choose our own paths to them. But through historical and empirical evidence it has become clear that on average, the better education one has, the better are one's chances of fulfilling the boldest dreams.

We, Americans, spend millions of dollars on our education, which we consider as investment in our human capital. According to the public opinion research conducted by the Educational Testing Service: "Nearly all (96%) adults believe that a college education is a good investment, including 72% who say it is a very good investment."

I have Bachelor of Sciences degree from Hampton University…… [Read More]

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Reparations Movement Looks to Gain From Bush's Gore Island Slip

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President Bush's admission in Senegal that the United States was mindful of the past wrongs it had committed in enslaving stolen people from Africa, Carrillo (2003) explores the possible gains for the reparations movement.

However, Carrillo does more than simply focus on the "residual value" gained by the reparations movement from what she terms as a slip on President Bush's part. For, she also takes great pains to place in context the significance of Goree Island's notorious "Door of No Return." Carrillo achieves this through descriptions that bring alive the horrors of a place that had witnessed, "human beings ... delivered and sorted and weighed and branded with the marks of commercial enterprises and loaded as cargo on a voyage without return." Indeed, Carrillo is unsparing in her efforts to describe the anguish suffered by slaves in societies that prospered by their unpaid labor, while remaining indifferent to their plight.…… [Read More]

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Judicial Appointments Constitution Qualifications for the U S

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Judicial Appointments


Qualifications for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, & U.S. Presidency and The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment

Which articles and sections deal with the qualifications that people must have in order to serve as a member of the House of Representatives, as a Senator, and as President of the United States? How do those respective qualifications differ?

Article One, section 2, clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution stipulates the following qualifications for candidates to the U.S. House of Representatives: No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the Age of twenty five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen.

Article One, section 3, clause 3 of the U.S. Constitution stipulates the following qualifications for candidates to the…… [Read More]

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Personal Statement My Country of

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(Quite recently, she recently passed away, and the loss has been devastating to me and my family. To give tribute to her memory, I continue to press on in my work, and hope that my eventual degree will be a lasting credit to her memory).

The method of teaching in America was very different than what I had experienced in Bangladesh. In Bangladesh, students listen and take notes, and accept what the teacher says as the gospel truth. In America, students are encouraged to argue and debate with the professor, and if they do not they are regarded as less engaged with the material. In my eyes, the attitudes of my American colleagues seemed startling and challenging.

A far higher level of personal independence was expected in America than in Bangladesh. Students were encouraged to select their classes with relatively little assistance. Because of the large nature of UTA, there…… [Read More]

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Project Management Program at George

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I was able to bring these skills with me to Johnson & Wales, where I not only became more immersed in American business culture but was able to provide a unique counterpoint in class discussions.

I have demonstrated through both my academic and professional careers that I have a strong work ethic and innate managerial talent. I have earned consistently high grades throughout my academic life. I have consistently met objectives and won the praise of my superiors during my time in the banking industry. I am persistent and precise in my approach to planning, and have demonstrated the leadership abilities to make those plans work. I feel that my combination of hard work, leadership, vision, execution and experience will make me an asset to the project management program at George Washington University.

I am pleased to have the opportunity now to attend George Washington University. I am excited that…… [Read More]

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Waiver for the TOEFL Test

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I appreciate the value of the test for your faculty and staff as well as for students like me. Because I am confident the test would prove my high level of communications skills, I would not mind taking it under normal circumstances.

However, I would be unable to take the TOEFL exam before fall admission deadline because the test will not be administered before then. I am quite eager to begin my Masters degree research and would not want the TOEFL exam to cause any delays in my education. Given my strong academic record, my proven language and communications skills, and my having completed English language courses commonly recognized as substitutes for the TOEFL exam, I hope you will grant me this waiver. I can assure you I will become a terrific asset to your university and especially to the Master's program in my chosen field…… [Read More]

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Reliability and Validity a Test

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Having evidence demonstrated over a number of different trials at different schools, each with similar results contributes to external validity. Thus, the trials must all be for universities, as opposed to careers for example, so that the results of those trials are transferable to our university's admissions process.

To ensure internal validity, the admissions test must include a sufficient number of questions (data points) to establish a clear trend. The questions and answers themselves must be free of ambiguity, which could distort the results. Further, the questions and answers must relate directly to the personality attributes that we are attempting to measure, if the results are to be valid.

Works Cited:

Colorado State University. (2009). Reliability and Validity. Colorado State University. Retrieved September 29, 2009 from

Tomsho, R. (2009). Adding Personality Tests to the College Admissions Mix. Wall Street Journal. Retrieved September 29, 2009 from… [Read More]

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RFID System for Patient Tracking

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There are various applications of the RFID technology in the healthcare. These are explored by a HIBCC,(2006 ) report that studies the application of the RFID technology in the healthcare setting with emphasis on its benefits, limitations as well as recommendations The report categorically pointed out that that the applications of the RFID technology in the health care settings are numerous. They range from being used in the management of the hospital's supply chain to the management of the patients themselves. In terms of the supply chain management, the RFID technology can be used in the organizing the delivery of supplies such as pacemakers, artificial limbs as well as defibrillators. This is because the supply chain of these crucial items is very complicated and requires the timely delivery of the consignments. The high degree of traceability that is needed to track the shipments from the supplier up to the time…… [Read More]

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Antwone Fisher

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The heart-rending autobiographical, Antwone Fisher, portrays Fisher’s (who is the movie’s scriptwriter) obsession for a family life, and spells of extreme melancholy and loneliness. The character of Antwone Fisher, an African-American sailor, is portrayed as volatile and uncontrollable. This nature makes way for compulsory psychiatric sessions with Dr. Davenport, after Fisher has a violent spell, leaving a peer bearing the brunt of his temper. Initially, Fisher doesn’t cooperate and remains silent for several weeks; the two clash. According to naval rules, three therapeutic sessions are imperative, beginning from when the client starts speaking. However, ultimately, the real reasons underlying Fisher’s anger issues surface: childhood abuse and the constant fear of abandonment. (Skomormj, 2003). The conversation initiated between client and therapist sheds light on the heart of Fisher’s problems. The tale commences with an ordinary day in navy workers’ life but ends leaving spectators heartbroken. The client’s tale may be counterpointed…… [Read More]

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Anesthesia in Rural American

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competition increasing in every field including nursing, it is not desirable for any professional nurse to just be content with a bachelor's degree in Nursing. It should be noted here that as the subspecialties and subfields are evolving with betterment and improvement in the field of nursing and healthcare, the responsibility of the nurses is being further increased with respect to their professional competence. After my attaining my bachelor's degree in nursing, I would now like to go on to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetics, for which I would like to explore the universities that are offering this program. As a part of this paper, I would include some of the top universities where I plan to apply and get in to complete my degree as a certified nurse anesthetic. However, there are some aspects that I need to consider before applying to these universities, pertaining to the cost…… [Read More]

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Healthcare Quality Management Pdca Modeling in Healthcare

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Healthcare Quality Management

PDCA Modeling in Healthcare

Psychiatric emergencies in medical settings may be particularly challenging since the staff does not encounter them frequently and may not have experience dealing with behavioral crisis intervention. The purpose of this exercise is to help staff improve understanding and coping with nonmedical emergencies that occur in medical settings using the PDCA cycle.

X is a 41-year-old male admitted to a medical unit with a diagnosis of possible stroke. The patient is ambulatory, 5'10," and 350 lbs. Mr. X presented to the emergency department the day before after apparently losing consciousness at home. The initial CAT scan of his head was negative. It is suspected that Mr. X may be an IV drug user since his urine toxicology screening came back positive for opiates. The medical staff thinks that Mr. X had a seizure prior to admission, but he has shown no abnormal signs…… [Read More]

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Statement of Intent

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Letter of Intent: Personal Statement

To College of ____ Admissions Committee,

I am applying for the Master's degree in the School of Social Work, because I truly believe that it is my life's calling to make people's lives better by helping them with their daily struggles through practical help and techniques for self-empowerment. This is no easy task for either party, but I believe that if both parties are committed to the task of improvement and the task of making things better, then all things are possible. The strengths that I bring to this endeavor are a full commitment, a tremendous amount of empathy, and practical experience and theories under my belt to work for concerted improvements for other people.

Imagine that you have had the social work career of your dreams. Now, you have retired and written an autobiography.

I've been extremely blessed and fortunate to have a long…… [Read More]

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Waitlist Letter

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candidacy for the University of?

I am writing this letter to further express my commitment to studying at?

, from where my brother graduated this spring. Attending his graduation ceremony confirmed my selection of?

as my first choice school, and I do feel I have a lot to contribute to the campus community and academic milieu.

As I have mentioned in my admissions essays, I am passionate about my field of interest: banking and finance, and I have had the opportunity to witness first hand the daily life of financial analysts while on an internship with the Bank of China in Beijing. This experience not only taught me what comprises the day-to-day life of a financial analyst; I also gleaned invaluable cultural awareness. Banking, perhaps like no other field of study, depends more on a keen consciousness of both culture and finance. As I have lived in several different countries…… [Read More]

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Affects of Anglican Prayer Book on Scottish Covenanteer Party

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Scottish Covenanter Party

We are inclined to of revolutions as being historical events that disrupt the order of the world, eras that rewrite the history of their times and transform the cultures of the places. And of course the great revolutions of the world do indeed do all of these things. But simply because the historical effect of revolutions is such a radical transformation of the world, we should not therefore be lured into seeing revolutions as arising from disjunctures in the social fabric. Revolutions are not like a meteor crashing into the body politic and changing the way in which things are done in an abrupt and external fashion. The English Civil War, like other revolutionary battles, was fought along long-standing cultural, economic and religious faultlines.

Rather, revolutions are like earthquakes: While they may seem to come out of nowhere and while they certainly shake the world, they arise…… [Read More]

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Career Development Plan for a Marketing Director

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career development plan for a marketing director.

Having worked for 4 years as admission counselor for American Intercontinental University the next logical step for me is to develop a five-year plan that would allow me to foresee the future objectively and in a realistic manner. This August I am being promoted to Marketing Director and hence the need for planning is even more acute. The following will outline some of the attributes, goals and aspirations that I need to develop in the next five years to complement my position as a director as well as to the next level of my career, Chief Executive.

Current Position: Marketing Director

Long-Term Goals: Chief Executive Officer

Short-Term Goals: To fulfill my duties as well as develop skills for my next position

Year one

Personal Development is at the top of my criteria. As a marketing director I need to be dynamic and have…… [Read More]

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Consumer Internet Commerce a Rhetorical Approach

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complexities of doing business in our virtual age, looking in particular at e-commerce but also asking how the presence of e-commerce on the market has affected traditional businesses as well. Once upon a time - that golden age - things were simple. You decided you wanted to grow up to be a bookstore owner. Or a hardware store manager. Or a florist. So you leased a store, bought some books, and lovingly hand-sold them to each customer who flocked to your door and then went home at night to count your money.

Of course, owning a bookstore or a hardware store or a flower shop was actually never that simple. But the picture now is even more complicated as virtual stores have entered the picture. Part of what makes engaging in e-commerce so difficult is that there are no paths that others have trod before one. And the costs of…… [Read More]

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Women's College for the Past One Hundred

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Women's College

For the past one hundred years, women's colleges have been helping young women achieve their intellectual ambitions. Indeed, graduates such Madeleine Albright, Emily Dickinson and Hilary Rodman Clinton have gone on to pursue distinguished careers in their chosen fields. Many of the seeds of their various achievements have been sown in the various women's institutions of their youth.

For me, going to Name College is taking part in this long tradition of achievement. One reason women's institutions endure is because they offer a good, quality education. In addition to its excellent programs, I believe that the smaller class sizes create an environment that is more conducive to learning. Students can participate more fully in lectures and develop stronger relationships with their professors and peers.

These smaller class sizes only serve to complement the outstanding education young women receive at schools like Name College. Though most traditional colleges no…… [Read More]

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Political Science History

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conservative intellectual movement, but also the role of William Buckley and William Rusher in the blossoming of the youth conservative movement

Talk about structure of paper, who not strictly chronologically placed (ie hayek before the rest) - in this order for thematic purposes, to enhance the genuiness of the paper (branches of the movement brought up in order of importance to youth conservative revolt) For instance, Hayek had perhaps the greatest impact on the effects of the movement - Buckley and Rusher. These individuals, their beliefs, their principles were extremely influential in better understanding the origins, history, and leaders of American conservatism.

Momentous events shape the psyche of an individual as the person matures. A child grows up in poverty vows to never be like his parents, and keeps this inner vow to become a millionaire. A young woman experiences sexual trauma as a teen, and chooses a career that…… [Read More]

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Life Was My Decision to Resist Against

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life was my decision to resist against the problem of laryngeal dyskenesia. This is an illness, which makes a person believe that he or she is not receiving enough oxygen, which in turn causes the person to hyperventilate. he/she started feeling as if his/her throat is closing. The situation becomes so painful that the victim cannot even speak. It is no doubt a nightmare to go through and those who have experienced it can only feel the pain that it gives. This problem usually occurs on the occasions when the victim is feeling nervous, upset, or frightened. I got infected with this disease in my freshman year of high school.

The experience of being a freshman in school was very disappointing for me. Although, I succeeded in getting admission to the school of my choice and was awarded full scholarship but my relationships with my peers proved to be a…… [Read More]

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Why I Desire to Pursue a Dental Education

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Desire to Pursue a Dental Education

My desire for Dental School admission is basically based on my desire to help the less fortunate members of our society. As an immigrant to this country, I have faced many challenges during the last few years and know from experience what it is to be of unfortunate circumstance.

I was born and raised in Korea. In 1996, during my 10th grade year in high school, my family and I moved to the United States. During my first three years in this country, I faced many difficulties and challenges adjusting to a new language and culture. However, I have learned that persistence and dedication can overcome most of life's challenges. I have succeeded in adjusting to the American culture and have mastered the English language. Moreover, I have excelled in my studies.

After high school, I began my educational studies by enrolling at Santa…… [Read More]

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Breathless in the Face of Godard's Sharp

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Breathless in the face of Godard's Sharp and Fragmented Vision of Filmed Sexuality all these things, at first sight...are obstacles to conventional smoothness and logic. Yet they are perfectly efficient in the sense that they crate an impression of confusion, flight, fear, restrained violence, imminent danger, etc., while staying within the bounds of possibility...The editor [Godard] is saying, in fact, "the habitual idea of screen continuity is merely an illusion which is in any case subsidiary to the communication of the scene's meaning. I am going to take advantage of your admission that it is unreal by rejecting it and substituting this cruder but more direct description of the action" -- Riesz and Millar

The thesis of the article by Riesz and Millar quoted above, on the 1960 film directed by Jean Luc Godard's entitled "Breathless," may seem quite complex on its surface. However, the authors' thesis in its most…… [Read More]

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Process and Location Strategy

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Location Strategy

Flow of Maternity Patients at Arnold Palmer Hospital (APH)

Born w / complications

Taken to an operating room and/or intensive care unit for necessary care; o nce stabilized transferred to care unit and discharged when ready. If additional care needed child transferred to neo-natal and released at a later time.

Mother and baby discharged

Born w/o complications transferred to mother and baby care unit

Ready to deliver taken to the

nd floor until the baby is born

Not ready to deliver sent home, asked to return later.

#2 If baby is born in route or imminent goes to #6. Otherwise go to #3

#3 Patient is asked about pre- registration

#4 pregnant woman is taken to Labor & delivery Triage on the

th floor for assessment


born #1 Enter APH's Labor & Delivery check in desk entrance

#1.Through analysis of the flow chart there really doesn't seem…… [Read More]

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Personal Value Empathy

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Department or Degree of Admission


Empathy is not an easily skill or feeling to come back. In order to be empathetic to others, one must have had some joyful and traumatic experiences. Often the people who are the most empathetic are those who have experienced situations with similar intensity and context. In fact, that is a requirement for empathy -- one must have been there, through that or a comparable experience him/herself in order to exude and feel empathy for others. Life can be thrilling and exciting, but also scary and depressing. It is important to live a life without fear and without regrets to have a fulfilling life with intense memories and experiences. These experiences, good and bad, lend themselves to empathy. Without empathy, the world would feel much lonelier than it already does at times. Empathy can save a person from desperation and bring someone back from…… [Read More]

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Nursing Discharge Planning

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Nursing - Discharge planning

Discharge Planning in Nursing

Mr. Trosack's Case

The three main health issues include movement hindrance where by Mr. Trosack will move with the help of a walker. Mr. Trosack diabetic condition is main health issue. Mr. Trosack is depressed and lonely and requires a special care and assistance. Mr. Trosack lives in a crowded apartment located at a second floor in a 3-storey building. The building does not have an elevator and thus Mr. Trosack has to use the stairs to reach to his apartment. The house has furniture and personal valuables and thus making it hard for him to use his walker once inside the room. He takes the garbage by himself since he lives alone because his wife died two years ago. He fears climbing up the stairs because of pain that emanate from the strain. His family works for 60 hours a week…… [Read More]

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Family Nurse Practitioner Fnp in Family Suburban Clinic

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Family Nurse Practioner

Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) in family surburban clinic

The paper provides information on an advanced nursing role (Family Nurse Practitioner). It consists of the requirements of the nursing role in terms of certification, education qualifications, and also the persons responsible for certifying nurses for this role. The paper discusses the job duties associated with the practice. It creates the understanding of collaborative associations that promote success of the nursing role. The paper identifies various issues (environmental) which influence nursing practice.

FNP's are not just primary care givers as it was in previous years but their roles have evolved to include the treatment of both physical and psychological situations, which is done through conducting: physical exams, ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests and comprehensive history taking. It is worth noting that the FNP's are educated, certified and accredited nationally in areas of: Pediatrics- under pediatrics they can serve in…… [Read More]

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Opening Argument the Issues That

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Even a day and a half can run thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars, because hospital prices are greatly inflated based on the care that the person actually receives. Of course, the other matter that comes along with these kinds of charges for medical care is on the side of the patient. He or she begins receiving bills for care that he or she feels was not received. Whether the patient pays these bills can have a serious effect on his or her credit rating, and can also cause other problems financially. There may come a time when the patient cannot meet his or her obligations to the hospital because of financial hardship, which produces an argument over whether the patient should even be paying for care that he or she believes has not been received while in the hospital.

A patient in the hospital should receive proper…… [Read More]

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End-Of-Life Health Care Imagine This Scenario A

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End-of-Life Health Care

Imagine this scenario: a patient has end stage heart failure, coronary artery disease, peripheral artery disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and sleep apnea. She has refused any invasive treatments for many years, ignoring potential consequences, and has opted for medical management. She has an advance directive stating her preference for no cardiopulmonary resuscitation, no artificial hydration or nutrition, and only desires comfort measures to allow for a pain-free and natural death. This patient has developed shortness of breath, leg edema, and chest pain, and is rushed to the emergency room. Upon admission, she is diagnosed with pulmonary edema and renal failure. Medications are administered to treat pulmonary edema, but she is not responding to the medications and starts to decompensate. The patient mentions that she does not want to have dialysis or a respirator. Her family is informed of the critical status of the patient and that…… [Read More]

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Sexual Harassment Can Be Legally Defined as

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Sexual harassment can be legally defined as "verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, aimed at a particular person or group of people, especially in the workplace or in academic or other institutional settings, that is actionable, as in tort or under equal-opportunity statutes" ("sexual harassment," 2012). If a person in authority such as a boss, mentor, or official is found pressurizing a person holding an inferior position with the intention of obtaining sexual favors, it is typified as sexual harassment. In most cases, sexually unambiguous or evocative behavior by male colleagues may be intended to make a work situation difficult for a recently appointed female. The main motive of the harassers may be sheer resentment to female admission into a male preserve ("sexual harassment," 2012).

Difference between Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination

Harassment is behavior that is unessential for the performance of an administrative or managerial job, but…… [Read More]

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Assistive Technology the Least Restrictive Environment Clause

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Assistive Technology

The "least restrictive environment" clause of the IDEA requires the student be placed in a standard learning environment whenever it is practical (Beard, Carpenter, & Johnston, 2011).

Technology allows students who have visual impairments to be able to admission to the general curriculum, to increase their options towards literacy, and to improve communication. There are a variety of assistive technology tools that are designed for students with visual impairments, but most require specialized instruction. Depending on the level of the child's visual level of impairment such devices include range from electronic Braille note takers to video magnifiers to screen reader software to auditory conversion devices.

Reading and writing are the fundamental tools that young students learn in the early grades and assistive devices for Emily should concentrate on developing these skills. Students with impaired vision that are not blind may benefit from changes in the size of print…… [Read More]

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Market Model Changes the Medtech or Medical

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Market Model Changes

The medtech, or medical technology, industry is a large and intensely competitive industry that produces highly innovative medical devices for hospitals and other healthcare facilities in the effort to save lives and improve health for patients (Research, 2012). It is spread across different segments including, cardiology, oncology, neuro, orthopedic, and aesthetic devices. It relies largely on aging baby boomers, high unmet medical needs, and increased incidence of lifestyle diseases, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, and obesity.

The industry is being challenged by pricing concerns, hospital admissions and procedural volume, uncertainty concerning healthcare reform, Medicare reimbursement issues as agencies are looking for cost reduction measures, and regulatory overhang. There is a rise in patients deferring treatment in elective procedures. "One factor aligning economic and clinical forces: in the U.S., the number of medical practices owned by hospitals grew from 25% in 2005 to 50% in 2008" (practice, 2011).…… [Read More]

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Straightened Out His Tie in

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I excelled in a number of math classes and would often stay after class to engage my professors in discussion about our coursework as well as developments in both the private and public sectors that affected the world of finance. I chose not to major in finance while completing my core classes because I realized that it would be one of the final times for me to learn subjects not related to my career decision, which is why I majored in humanities/social science s instead. Yet I still was able to take a variety of subjects that directly pertain to majoring in finance, particularly those that deal with the ramifications of the social climate that directly affected the contemporary financial situation in the U.S. And the rest of the globe.

I believe that this combination of professional experience working in the banking industry and the background information I have learned…… [Read More]

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Ms Edwards Is a Student

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Edwards could not have queried the university. As indicated with the instance of the Mp3 player, exception may exist.

Given the above, we have shown how the university has a reasonable claim.

Secondly, there are also specific guidelines regarding how the definition of 'reasonableness' can be defined. .

The reasonableness test is the following:

• the term is required to be a fair and reasonable one so that one can include in the contract.

• Both parties involved judge that this is the case and they are aware of all pertinent circumstances

• the fairness and reasonableness is decided at the time that the contract is entered into not with hindsight after a certain instance has occurred

• the resources of the party have to be taken into consideration as well as the recourse of the party to insurance

• the burden is on the party seeking to enforce liability…… [Read More]

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Case Scenario Ethics

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State Regulations and Nursing Standards

There's a clear nursing standard of practice that needs to be upheld in this case which is the act of following federal laws, largely the Patient Self-Determination Act (PSDA). Passed by Congress in 1990, "the law mandates that in healthcare institutions that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding, patients must be informed in writing upon the admission of 1) their right to accept or refuse treatment, (2) their rights under existing state laws regarding advance directives, and (3) any policies the institution has regarding the with-holding or withdrawing of life sustaining treatments (Ulrich, 1999, p.9).

Thus, the implications as a result of the Patient Self-Determination Act are clear: Patients have the autonomy and independence to steer the direction their care takes if any at all. Medical professionals have an ethical, though more importantly a legal responsibility and requirement to obey the wishes of the patient.…… [Read More]

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Family That Had the Means

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My inspiration for defining a productive life has always been greatly influenced by Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi and I came to the realization that I could contribute more to the betterment of my society and to the welfare of a larger number of people by directing my energies toward a career in administrative health care than I could ever possibly achieve by practicing clinical medicine. As clinicians, even the most successful of us can only affect a relatively small number of individuals in our careers. However, as health care administrators and public advocates and educators, we can actually help transform our societies from communities where only a relatively small number of people have access to modern health care services into communities in which adequate health care services and access to basic preventative medicine become widespread and more evenly distributed throughout the human community.

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Health Professions and What Experiences

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In addition to the physical discomfort he suffered, he was terribly embarrassed about his situation and it began to dominate his life. Adult diapers only exacerbated his loss of self-esteem and internal catheters presented too great a risk of recurring urinary tract infections.

With the benefit of access to the necessary materials from my father's practice as a cardiovascular surgeon, I began experimenting with a design for an external catheter that might increase my grandfather's independence and confidence but without presenting the same types of health risks as an internal catheter. The entire process from conceptual design to a practical and usable prototype took months, but eventually, we were able to construct a wearable external catheter fashioned mainly from components of an oxygen mask, a standard hospital urination drainage bag, and lengths of two-centimeter tracheal intubation tubes. Once we produced a reliable design, the benefits were immediate, because my grandfather…… [Read More]

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Assign to Occupy Congestion Issues and Solutions

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Assign to Occupy


Prolonged or increased waiting time for patients at the Emergency Department lead to an increase in both morbidity and mortality among critically ill adult patients admitted for inpatient beds. The gathering of ED records of the St. Margaret Mary Healthcare Centers of Dyer, Indiana, aimed at developing a report on overcrowding, identified the main causes as the lack of available inpatient beds and the lack of nurses to care for patients. Long-term solutions are identified and suggested.

Theoretical Framework

Background/Significance -- Overcrowding at the ED occurs primarily because of overwhelmed ED manpower and sheer physical incapability because of the massive number of patients requiring or receiving care. Overcrowding, lack of ED staff and the delay of transfer to assigned bed, the lack of physical beds and un-timely discharges lead to increased boarding times at the ED.

Problem Statement -- Patients with assigned medical/surgical…… [Read More]

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Nursing What Is My Career

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Why do I want to go to Georgetown?

The Nursing program at Georgetown strives to continue its tradition of preparing what Georgetown calls "…morally reflective health care leaders and scholars who strive to improve the health and well being of all people," and that is precisely my own personal passion. The high quality of the Nursing program at Georgetown is well-known, and I am very certain that I will fit into the community of students striving to improve their own ability to help others.

My shadowing experiences and clinical experiences.

As mentioned in my opening paragraph, I have had many healthcare-related work experiences, work at the following facilities: a) Johns Hopkins Hospital-Pediatrics & Maternity/Nursery; b) University of MD Medical Systems-Medical/Surgical; c) Northwest Hospital-Medical-Surgical; d) Sheppard Pratt Hospital-Psychiatric Nursing; e) Good Samaritan Hospital-Fundamental Nursing Dialysis; f) Maryland General Hospital -- Community Health; and g) Red Cross Blood Bank Drive -- Community…… [Read More]

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Computers VPN as a Company Grows it

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As a company grows, it might increase to multiple shops or offices across the nation and around the world. In order to keep things running proficiently, the people working in those locations need a quick, secure and reliable way to share information across computer networks. In addition, travelling workers like salespeople need a regularly protected and reliable way to connect to their business's computer network from distant locations. One well-liked technology to achieve these goals is a VPN (virtual private network) (Tyson & Crawford, 2012).

Virtual Private Networking, or VPN, is a technology that lets people admission to their office's computer network over the Internet while at home or travelling. Entrance to a network in this way is referred to as remote access. VPN is most frequently put into practice by way of a router. Almost all small offices that share an Internet connection with more than one…… [Read More]

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Job Driven to Succeed as

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Greeting family members, ordering supplies, maintaining and copying records, answering phones, and completing admissions and discharge papers kept me busy and helped create an organized and efficient working environment at Westwood. I enjoyed working at the front desk almost as much as I enjoyed working one-on-one with the patients as a nurses' aide. Because I enjoyed the front desk job at Westwood and felt confident and capable, I am currently seeking a career in medical records.

A key reason why I enjoyed working at Westwood was the nursing staff. Surrounded by supportive coworkers, I thrived and never grew discouraged even when we worked long hours or with difficult patients. My supervisor Liz became like a friend to me. One of the ways I gauge my success is through the eyes of my friends and family: the people I know and trust offer me feedback that helps me make changes in…… [Read More]

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Wired Hospital in Today's Time

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This is exactly where the problem usually starts.

There are a number of reports published which revealed that even the physicians are not so keen into attending more seminars and trainings to learn the new systems (Ball, 1992). Physicians are expectedly always busy. They sometimes work from hospital to hospital. They are always on call hence they really find it hard to squeeze in their thigh schedule the time for further training and semi-are regarding the system. At some point in time, physicians will also worry about their income that will be affected if they will get a time off just to attend the training.

In the same manner, most of the administrators, who will manage the new systems for the hospitals, also show signs of hesitance regarding the training. It must be noted that the being considered as a 'wired hospital' the institution must have uniform data standards (Aspden…… [Read More]

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College Student Development Bridging the

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According to Flowers (2002), the first vector concerning "developing competence" can assume three individual forms: (a) intellectual, (b) physical, and - interpersonal. The second vector, "managing emotions," is the stage at which college students first begin to become aware of their emotions and attempt to regulate their emotions to produce maximum behavioral outcomes; the third vector, "moving through autonomy toward interdependence," involves students seeking to become more self-directed, and self-sufficient, thereby, ultimately reaching a moderate level of interdependence with family, friends, and other acquaintances (Flowers, 2002). The emphasis at the fourth vector, "developing mature interpersonal relationships," is on establishing and maintaining healthy interactions with other individuals in a manner that is emotionally beneficial to all of the parties involved; the fifth vector, "establishing identity," is the stage at which freshmen first begin to become aware of and learn to develop their own identity (Flowers, 2002). According to this author, "As…… [Read More]

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Thrombolysis in Critical Care How

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The conglomeration of RBCs and platelets held together by the fibrin forms the clot. After the injury to the damaged artery heals, the clot is no longer needed. The body will then destroy the clot by breaking down the fibrin fiber network that binds the blood products together. This action is performed by a chemical called tissue plasminogen activator (TPA), which is secreted by the endothelial cells within normal blood vessels. To be strictly correct, the TPA itself does not break down the clot but instead initiates a cascade in which plasminogen is activated and becomes plasmin, with then acts on the fibrin breaking fibrin down into fibrin degradation products. The fibrin fibers are cleaved, and the clot is destroyed. All thrombolytic agents facilitate the conversion of plasminogen to plasmin and are therefore known as plasminogen activators

Indications for thrombolysis are ST-elevation in two or more contiguous leads on ECG…… [Read More]

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Personal Experience That Changed My Life Years

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Personal Experience that Changed My Life

Years ago, when I first came to the United States, I knew instantly that this trip would change my life forever. I was visiting my father in Manhattan, and was introduced to my American family for the first time. The experience of seeing them in this wonderful city was magical. I had always wanted to visit the United States and finally, here I was in the business capital, not only of the United States, but of the western world. The impact would stay with me long after my visit was over, and would shape my thinking in the years to come.

Since that time, I have had one goal; that of someday having the privilege of being able to study and work in this amazing country. I have completed two years of work at the Universite Dauphine with the hope of being able to…… [Read More]

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Treatment of Women Diagnosed With

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At one point or another in our lives, we are all beginners. We begin college, a first job, a first love affair, and perhaps a first dissertation project. We bring a great deal to these new situations, including our temperament, previous education, and family situations. Yet, as adults, we also learn. In romantic relationships, couples report having to learn how to interact successfully with their partners. College students routinely report being better at reading, studying, paper writing, and test taking as seniors than as freshmen. They have learned how to be students while they were students. Now close to graduating, some view they have finally mastered the role.

Ideally, of course, we would have the necessary information in hand before we needed it. We would already know, without being told, what makes a loved one angry or frustrated. All students would be spared the frustration of working hard on a…… [Read More]

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Personal Statement Consider This Personal

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Moreover, it stresses for the need for effective, clear communication for lawyers, as is underlined by its requirement for all first year students to take a legal communication course. This acknowledges another reality of the legal field -- as legal language becomes increasingly arcane and obfuscating, lawyers must strive to express themselves with greater rather than less clarity.

While many law schools offer moot court competitions, few other schools stress teamwork and negotiating skills to the same degree as Northwestern -- and often the conference room and the bargaining table are the true proving grounds of an attorney today. The lawyer as problem solver, to use the title of the seminar offered to incoming students, rather than the lawyer a stirrer up of already muddy legal waters is the core of the Northwestern approach. I seek to embrace this as a student and later as a lawyer.… [Read More]

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Letter of Recommendation to Whom it May

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Letter of Recommendation

To Whom it May Concern:

My name is Amin Jamali. I am originally from the country of Iran, but was lucky enough to come to the United States in 2002. I am writing you this letter in the hope that you will look upon me in a favorable way as a potential student for your school.

It has been my dearest wish since coming to the United States to go to college. As a student whose first language is Farsi, I hope you can understand what a challenge studying in a second language has been for me. I have worked hard in all my classes and strived to do my best in every subject. Even though I was a full time student, I also had to work full time in order to support myself and pay for my education. Besides my full time work in a restaurant,…… [Read More]

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Raptors Had Tied the Game

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I don't shy away from hard work and effort. I have already taken several computer science courses that enriched and stimulated me, offering me the basic knowledge that will prepare me for further education in the field. Therefore, I apply to Montclair State already aware of the particular set of challenges computers pose.

As a college applicant, I am also aware that university entry is highly competitive, every bit as competitive as football. With my unique background and special set of talents, however, I am confident that I make an ideal candidate for admissions. Not only have I excelled at computer science classes, but I also do well in general math and science as well as the humanities. Moreover, I am focused and determined to succeed in my chosen field, while at the same time open and interested in learning new things.

Collaboration and cooperation are two other reasons why…… [Read More]

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Academic Dishonesty Is One That

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(U of D. Office of Judicial Affairs Website " a Quick Reference Guide to Academic Integrity")

On the issue of flexibility the policies and procedures of U. Of D. are also much more reasonable, allowing for proper investigation and variable sanctions, depending upon the severity of the infraction. Instructors and the administration are members of the team to assist with investigation and implementation of policies.

While West Virginia University clearly exemplifies the demonstration of a zero tolerance policy on the subject, regarding all infractions, within the defined terms as equally bad and therefore equally punishable. This puts instructors and students in peril of increased infractions due to the instructors' reluctance to report lesser incidences of the problem. Though the West Virginia University policy does have a clear outline of the handling procedures for the implementation of policy during cases of dishonesty or suspected dishonesty, the terms clearly remove the instructor's…… [Read More]

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Cornell Sports Marketing

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Cornell Sports Marketing

The business situation: problems and solutions

The problem Cornell Sports Marketing is currently facing is that of low attendance at sporting events, even popular money drawing sporting events such as basketball and football, the former of which Cornell traditionally excels at. This is causing a correspondingly low level of revenue for the organization of Cornell Sports Marketing. The organization must create a greater revenue base by increasing attendance, creating a greater social perceptiveness of the attractiveness of the sporting events, and expanding the populations of the organization's target audience.

Objective of the plan

The objective of the plan is to increase attendance and revenue at popular spectator events specifically by targeting a new and potentially lucrative and interested population, that of incoming Cornell freshman. This population is ideal because it is young, fresh to the organization and full of potential school spirit and offers four potential years…… [Read More]

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University of Virginia School of

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That experience also helped me understand the importance of sound economic and financial forecasting and the intimate connection between politics and economics at virtually every conceivable level.

Having already had the chance to study economics at the college level, I have greatly appreciated its logical rigor and the technical processes involved in accounting for unknown variables throughout the realm of business management and financial planning. As a business student majoring in Accounting, I have been intrigued by the intersection of business and the complex mathematical tools used to model and explain everyday phenomena in meaningful quantifiable terms. I realize that as the world of modern business (in particular) becomes increasingly globalized, the complexity of business and financial forecasting become only that much more challenging.

My hope is to further my understanding of business concepts as a student at the University of Virginia, School of Commerce and to use that opportunity…… [Read More]

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Top Career Choices Identified for

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Therefore, while finding out that positive was one of my themes was not necessarily new information, I did find some of the explanatory information about the positive theme to be helpful in showing me how to incorporate that attitude into my career in a way where I can share it with others, rather than imposing it upon others. As far as being strategic, I have always believed in making a plan, adjusting when necessary, and following through with the plan. I believe that being strategic is going to help me establish and meet career goals, because I naturally seek to plan ahead. Finally, I was somewhat surprised to find that one of my themes was developer; I had not really considered how important this theme was until I thought about lack of follow through. From thank-you notes after employment interviews to follow-up phone calls with future clients, I believe this…… [Read More]

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Jewish Ukrainian Culture Growing Up in 1960

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Life in Post-War Ukraine

Before immigrating to the United States in 1996, I had lived my entire life in the Ukraine. I was born in 1960, only a decade and half since the Nazi occupation during World War II. As a Jew, growing up in the Ukraine was a difficult experience. Unlike most of the other countries under Nazi rule from 1939 until their liberation by the Allies in 1944 and 1945, large portions of the Ukrainian population actually welcomed the Nazis, particularly in connection with the persecution of the Jews. Entire towns of thousand of Jews whose families and heritage dated back many generations were rounded up and slaughtered, often being lined up over trenches they were forced to dig before being shot and disposed of. In many instances, the Ukrainian non-Jews were instrumental in identifying the Ukrainian Jews for the Nazis, even providing direct assistance as special units…… [Read More]

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Summer Program High School Students NYC

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Columbia Admissions

Columbia University Summer Program Admissions Essay

I have always been a highly motivated individual and, for this reason, have always believed in setting goals. Despite some minor setbacks, I never gave up on my dreams and have continued to set goals for myself throughout high school. My curricular and extracurricular interests involve writing, business, politics, and film. I have taken numerous courses in these subjects, and have pursued activities that could broaden my understanding of them. Yet I now believe that in order to truly understand these interesting fields one must take one's education a step further. For this reason, I am now setting another goal, namely, to attend the Columbia University summer program.

My qualifications for pursuing this program rest both in my high motivation, as well as in my academic results and proven skills. For instance, and with specific regard towards the subject of writing, I…… [Read More]

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Battle of Midway a Naval Battle Fought

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Battle of Midway, a naval battle fought near the Central Pacific island of Midway, was the most important victory for the United States in World War 2. Before this battle Japanese forces were on the offensive, gradually capturing territory throughout Asia and the Pacific. Japan was now the dominant naval force after severely damaging the U.S. Pacific Fleet during the attack of Pearl Harbor six months prior (Newman). Japan was convinced that they were now in position to expand their empire in the Pacific, and Midway was the next strategic move. By capturing Midway the Japanese planned to use the island as an advance base, and hoped to further decimate the U.S. Pacific Fleet into eventual surrender. However, successful American communication intelligence resulted in breaking codes that provided crucial information on Japan's strategy to attack Midway. Being prepared for the conflict the U.S. Pacific Fleet were able to surprise Japan…… [Read More]

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Career Objective and How Will

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My notable contributions in this capacity include obtaining investment funding and sponsorships, securing a co-production partnership with Storm 360, a leading West African entertainment company, and forging media partnerships with HiTV, Silverbird TV, NN24, and BusinessDay among others. In addition, I established and implemented overall business objectives of becoming a world-class production and broadcast company offering international broadcast content to strengthen the spirit of enterprise and human development throughout Africa and across the globe. Furthermore, I played an integral role in representing company in key business negotiations.

Further, I also played a pivotal leadership role in winning various team-based tasks, including developing and marketing a new fast-food chicken entree for Chicken Republic, planning and executing a hotel redecoration project at Eko Hotel & Suites, presenting a route to market's strategy for West Africa's largest cell phone provider, Celtel, and formulating a marketing strategy for a new energy drink for Nigeria's…… [Read More]

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NATO the North Atlantic Treaty

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This gave NATO the pretext to engage in the Yugoslav conflicts, but it did not do so until 1995. In the intervening years, NATO used primarily diplomatic means of dealing with the situation. The organization at this point was assisting the United Nations, and eventually took at the role of enforcing sanctions against the combatants. During this time, the conflict continued unabated, as the sanctions had only nominal impact. If the objective of NATO had been to stop the conflict, that objective was not met at all during this time. However, there is little evidence that actually stopping the conflict was the objective. The objective of 'managing' the conflict can be interpreted in a number of ways, but from NATO's actions the organization simply did not want the conflict to expand into other parts of Europe. There was a significant ethnic element to the conflict, and of course some of…… [Read More]

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Trend in Occupational Therapy

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Occupational Therapy

The medical field is constantly undergoing significant changes in response to the changing health and social needs of Canadians, as well as health care delivery systems. Occupational therapy is an integral part of this process, as it has expanded from traditional hospital settings to home and community care.

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists identifies some of the existing trends as affecting occupational therapy:

• an aging population

• increased awareness of the needs of people with disabilities

• higher survival rates from accidents and injuries

• increased emphasis on health promotion and prevention to keep health care costs down

• higher incidence of mental health and family problems

• changes in work conditions such as job stress and early retirement

• a more informed public regarding health and health concerns

In my opinion one of rapidly evolving trends in occupational therapy in Ontario is its increasing role in…… [Read More]

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Joint 7-Year Program Provides a

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As a member of the National Spanish Honor Society, I know that I can fully speak to individuals who are often marginalized for their inability to speak the mainstream language. My main interest in medicine and the health field is being able to reach out to those that need medical assistance most, and I believe that I am on the right path.

St. Bonaventure University is an example of a school that commits itself to the community by connecting the classroom to the community. My commitment to community service is something I would like to continue and a university like St. Bonaventure University gives me that exact opportunity. My goal of becoming a physician requires training beyond academics but being able to relate to the community is what can make a physician complete. Being disconnected from the people whom one will end up serving would be a loss to entire…… [Read More]