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    Epidemiology in the community of Hartford Connecticut I have chosen to focus my paper on the city of Hartford Connecticut. Identifying the right data source to obtain information is very important for managing and targeting the right population in the disease management process. Information can be found in many places, but finding credible sources is very important to assess the community and compare to the nationwide problems. Since the introduction of the Internet, we have been able to access many places in on World Wide Web to be able in becoming more informed and educate ourselves on disease management. Some of the credible data sources I have been able to obtain are from the federal and state level, some were non-profit organizations…

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    Often schools with increased poverty rates, as seen in Hartford, are given the unintentional role of disciplinarian over educator. By having the school staff direct the majority of its energy into keeping control over their students, even the most developed curriculums are not introduced to their full extent, delaying student achievement. As a remedy for the issue, an increase in parent involvement is pertinent to the transition to teachers’ increased expectations of students. At the start of…

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    The team to watch this year in the NCAA tournament is the University of Connecticut Women’s Basketball team. Their perfect one hundred and eight game streak and four back to back national championships has earned them the title, Dynasty. While this resume is almost uncomparable with any other sports record out there, there are those who believe that the UConn Huskies are hurting the progress of women's basketball and overall the progress of women's sports. Jack Brewster, of the University Wire…

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    Boys And Girls Club Essay

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    Boys and Girls club History & Funds On a national level, the history of the Boys and Girls Club began a city in Hartford, Connecticut. Three women came together and they believed that youth, specifically boys at this time, ultimately needed a “positive alternative” to walking around the streets. In 1956, the Boys Club became a U.S. Congressional Charter. Locally, the first Boys Club in the city of Tucson was founded August 21, 1957. Up into the year 1990 it was known to be the Boys club. With…

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    Hartford Courant Analysis

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    The October 7th, 1776 issue of the Connecticut Courant, now better known as the Hartford Courant, had both an appealing and hard to look at appearance and the layout of the newspaper was a bit disorganized. The newspaper had no particular order and it was difficult to differentiate the stories. A particular article that was a bit simpler to tell apart was the one titled WILLIAMSBURG, dated September 13 on page two of the newspaper. The article is about a general who plans to break up Florida and…

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    Ms. RS is a 95 y/o African-American female seen and evaluated at Hartford Nursing and Rehab Facility for monthly renewal. Resident was sitting in her wheelchair in her room. She was pleasant on approach and she was able to verbalize her needs. Resident did not appear to be in any acute distress at this time. She states that she feels better that last week, but occasionally experiences cramps in her lower legs. She states that has similar episodes in the past that resolve in a few days. She…

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    upon his arrival. This writer addressed with the patient about TEAM's decision of not reinstating him for treatment due to his non-compliance of his multiple AWOLs and following through with Hartford Dispensary with regards to making his payment to the clinic. According to the patient, he did everything on his end with the Hartford Dispensary, but the clinic wants him to be taper off on his methadone. This writer questioned the patient if he had obtained a letter from his prescriber stipulating…

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    D-The patient requested to see this writer and expressed that she was unable to do a walk-in to the Hartford Behavioral Health as the walk ins is scheduled on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The patient ensures this writer that she will do the walk-in tomorrow and will provide proof that she completed the intake process on Thursday. This writer stressed the concern factors of the patient illicit use of benzos as she tested positive on 06/17/2016, also with opiates. The patient admits to using pain…

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    Hartford Civic Center collapsed on January 18th, 1978 when the weight of the 4.8 inches of snow proved to be too much for the structure to handle. The roof was supposed to be designed to withstand much larger load cases than this small amount of snow. Fortunately, no one was injured as the roof fell at 4 o’clock in the morning. There are several relevant parties involved in this case. The first is the architectural company, Vincent Kling & Associates. They were a well-known firm located on the…

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    Inequalities In Schools

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    towns such as West Hartford and less affluent neighborhoods such as East Hartford and Hartford. Students attending schools in more affluent neighborhoods have better test scores and higher achievement goals than students studying in less wealthy districts. It was also shown that schools in the more affluent districts have better funding and resources due to the local property taxes that creates inequality. But what are the underlying causes for such a great achievement gap? Why students…

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