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    Kettering Health Network, located in Kettering, Ohio, is a not-for-profit network of eight hospitals, Kettering College, and over 120 outpatient facilities serving southwest Ohio with nearly 12,000 employees and 2,100 physicians. Patients have access to high quality maternity care, state-of-the-art cancer fighting technology, along with Ohio’s leading heart hospital, as well as revolutionary brain and spine surgery. In the spirit of Seventh-day Adventist health care ministry, Kettering strives to be innovative and to convey God’s love in a caring environment, along with transforming the healthcare experience with world class health services for every stage of life. Charles F. Kettering was born and raised on a farm in Loundonville, Ohio. Through adversity, poor eyesight, Charles earned an engineering degree from The Ohio State University in 1904. Charles had a fascination with technology. Charles married Olive Williams in 1905 and they had one son, Eugene. At the time he was employed by National Cash Registry (NCR) in Dayton, OH. While working at NCR he became…

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    Essentially a Value statement is a declaration that advises customers and staff alike about the companies’ core values and primary priorities are. The Value Statement is often utilized by companies to assist the company identify or connected with a targeted group of consumers and can serve as a reminder to associates about its goals and priorities. I decided to research Kettering Health Network (KHN) here in the Dayton, Ohio area. Kettering Health Network’s Mission statement is as follows:…

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    Memorial Sloan Kettering Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center impacts communities in New York, New Jersey and globally by providing information on cancer prevention, patient care, education and research (Vance & Hollis, 2015). In preparing a SWOT analysis of the external and internal forces faced by this organization include, strengths which includes the organizations ability to connect and provide information regarding cancer treatment, prevention and research that impacts the community…

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    She first relates Ter Borch’s artworks to his sister Gesina’s album illustrations. By doing this, she suggests that Gesina’s Petrarchan works might have inspired Ter Borch, because there are formal and thematic similarities between his and her works, and their close artist-model relationship allow conversations between them. Then Kettering analyzes the symbols in Ter Borch’s paintings, for example, the garden of love, to further support her argument. Further, she connects Ter Borch’s pictures…

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    American Noblewomen

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    The renaissance saw the rise of patriarchal institutions, and thus the fall of the power held by noble women who no longer fit within this male-dominated world. Therefore, it is easy to assume that they exercised no power at all, forced to bow to the will of their male counterparts. By using countless examples from the lives of French noblewomen during this time, Kettering displays a detailed historiography to provide evidence for her argument: that French noblewomen during this time utilised…

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    “The first pilotless aircraft were made and tested during the war” (Hunt, 2013). This aircraft was first designed by a man named Charles F. Kettering and was assembled with the help of Oliver Wright. These two were appointed by the U.S. Army to design unmanned flying vehicles that had an effective range of 40 miles. The Kettering Bug was made with paper mache and wood reinforcements and was used as a flying bomb, exploding on contact. This aircraft costed $400 to produce and carried 300…

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    RAFT Adaptive Welding

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    A senior thesis is meant to shown the learned knowledge and skills acquired during a college education. At Kettering University this is usually done in the form of paper detailing a student's attempt to solve a real world problem at their Co-Op employer. A skill every professional should have is the ability to make things clear, whether in an discussion, an email, or a thesis. This is done through a understanding of rhetoric and its many parts. In Ryan Guidroz’s CUE project, RAFT- Adaptive…

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    CLAS Standards

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    application of the standards could be modified to improve care. Support your recommendation with several examples. Your answer should be 2-3 paragraphs with APA references. The first standard related to CLAS that I covered is currently addressed within my workplace. Cultural beliefs and standards are a priority within the current network I work at. In fact, cultural understanding and implementation is a top priority given that the current state of societal growth is focused on minority…

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    World War II Inventions

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    Most of the many inventions from World War II are still in use today. Many lives were forever changed because of the new ideas brought to us during this time period. During World War II, many new inventions and innovations were created that impacted America forever. Many famous and important inventors created their most well-known creations during World War II. Inventions such as penicillin, the atomic bomb, and the microwave are only very few of the inventions that the mastermind inventors…

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    Because the king demanded to supervise the “distribution of royal patronage at court,” patronage became easily obtainable at Versailles, which lead nobles in need of assistance and patronage to go to the court in order to obtain it (Kettering 71). Kettering’s insight is valuable to this investigation because in her work, Kettering examined the modern state building that occurred during Louis XIV’s reign, a political centralization that is largely unrecognized. In the Palace of Versailles, Louis…

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