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  • Doctor Who Analysis

    The BBC’s Doctor Who initially aired in 1963, until it was canceled in 1989 (IMDb). In 2005, the show was rebooted under the direction of Russell T. Davies; in 2008, the role of show runner was passed on to Steven Moffat (Martin). Doctor Who has always been an episodic serial, following the adventures of a “time lord”—simply called “the Doctor”—and his companion. The Doctor can regenerate into a new body instead of dying—allowing the character to be portrayed by successive actors—and has a vessel known as the TARDIS that can take him anywhere in space and time. Under the direction of Steven Moffat, the plot of Doctor Who displayed more intricacy and narrative complexity, developing plot lines and character arcs that stretched across one or…

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  • Personal Identity In Doctor Who

    Doctor Who tells the story of an alien humanoid who goes by the name of the Doctor. The Doctor is a Time Lord and possess the power to travel through space and time with a machine called TARDIS and the show goes through his adventures traveling through space and time. The interesting part of the show is that the Doctor has died 11 times, but is reincarnated each time with a different personality, yet retains all the memories of the previous versions. Despite having a different personality and…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Eleventh Doctor From Doctor Who

    The Eleventh Doctor from Doctor Who, said, “Do what I do. Hold tight and pretend it’s a plan!” Before, I started my master I had a plan already on how to successfully finish. I know theirs four ways to distinguish my accomplishment on succeeding on masters. I want to accomplish my masters in these four areas that are intrinsic motivation, self-efficacy, time management, and academic preparedness. They all have a significant plan in place, but they all reach for the same goal in achieving my…

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  • Becoming A Doctor: Personal Statement

    I knew that I wanted to become a doctor by the time I entered high school because I was fascinated with the biomedical sciences and a passion for providing a beneficial service to others. There was never a moment of revelation of where I suddenly decided to become a doctor;rather my decision was one that came as a result ofcountless classroom experiences, taught values, and exposure to the medical profession. I was nine years old when a drunk driver crashed into my car as my family and I were…

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  • Racial Bias In Health Care

    implicit attitudes and implicit stereotypes that often happen unconsciously and without any overt intent. I personally connect to this article as I recall several instances where my mother, grandmother and I were involved with medical personnel who we felt treated us negatively due either to biases, microagression, lack of cultural humility/sensitivity,…

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  • Ethical Issues Of Euthanasia Case Study

    There are common ethical issues that medicine professionals have to deal with in their daily operations. They include euthanasia and treatment procedures against the patients will. In this paper, these issues are outlined based on a case study where the patient is an 82 woman with a cardiac problem is at least admitted thrice in the hospital the same year. The patient further develops renal complications and an infection in the course of treatment (Virtual Mentor, 2005). In this scenario, the…

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  • Herthel's I Am Jazz

    had a girl’s brain in a boy's body because she loved pink and didn’t feel like herself when she was in boy’s clothing. Her family was confused, so they went to the doctor where they found that she is transgender. The author made this picture book for child who going to through the same situations. By sharing this experience, this shows that certain child that they are not alone when it comes…

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  • The Fountain Of Youth In 'Dr. Heidegger's Experiment'

    Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment, in 1837. This short story tells about an elderly doctor who has made a substantial amount of questionable decisions through his lifetime. Dr. Heidegger then invites four friends over to assist him in a study that he is working on. This study requires his guests to drink from glasses that are filled with water from the fountain of youth. Dr. Heidegger warns his friends that they should think carefully about their past actions and work towards…

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  • Pride And Greed In The Tragical History Of Dr. Faustus

    Tragical History of Dr. Faustus”, by Christopher Marlowe it is obvious from the very beginning that the main character, Dr. Faustus, embodies two distinct personality characteristics: pride and greed. It is because of these two qualities that Dr. Faustus is ultimately destined for destruction. The knowledge that the doctor possessed far surpassed that of many men, however it was is desire for power and knowledge that was not humanly attainable, that made him sacrifice his soul to Lucifer and…

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  • Creative Writing: Doc's Home

    Doc‘s house after seeing the big Indian carry Charity inside, stepped up and told Jeremiah that the Sheriff, Mr. Reed, and several others were conducting a search of the outbuildings and storerooms around town, looking for Jane Reed; saying she was still missing. Someone voiced their opinion that she had run off with a boy. “We know she's missing,” Jeremiah grumbled, “We might know where to find her. Y'all help us find the Sheriff!” Doctor Lane was staring at Charity and rubbing his chin…

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