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    Three Peer Transition

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    Mr. Zeigler was originally referred through the Mobil Mental Health team. At this time Mr. Ziegler still seems to be weighing his options and not sure if he wants to work on a WRAP Plan and or connect to any of the available Mental Health services, we will continue to offer him hope for recovery. New referral through Community Services for Jail this month is Mark Seidenberg on 5/21, who was also seen on this day is in need of Mental Health services, developing a wrap plan and creating connections in the community, which Mr. Seidenberg appeared very eager to want to work on. Mr. Siedenberg does not have a release as of yet so, we will closely monitor. Three referrals this month came through Mobile Mental Health and are as follows: Alijah Toro on 5/21, Heather Avery on 5/08 and Julia Stephenson on 5/21. Mr. Toro is working on a WRAP Plan, being reconnected to Mental Health services and Medication monitoring. Mr. Toro arrived to us homeless, and in need of assistance with the Department of Family services. At this time Mr. Toro has been placed in the Motel and has Foodstamps. Heather Avery is working on a WRAP plan, housing and remaining abstinent from Alcohol use. Heather is connected…

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    Case Study: PATT-2

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    Good afternoon Corbin, The current National Oncology/Infusion Competency version 2 specifies the following: (a) Inital evaluation requires a total of two PATT-2 media fill challenge with needles and one modified PhaSeal PATT (b) Ongoing requires one PATT-2 challenge and one modified PhaSeal Following the last OSC meeting, there were some confusions amongst the SCAL Oncology Supervisors with regards to PATT-2 testing for new hires and existing staff. Can you please provide clarification on…

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    Mark Twain’s life is full of quotes and passages we can all relate to. But there was one that stood out to me when I did my research reading “Plan for the future because that 's where you are going to spend the rest of your life”. (On planning for the future by Mark Twain. (n.d.)) This simple idea from Twain made perfect sense after I really read into Letters from The Earth from our text book. (Twain, M., & Doyno, V. (1995)) Twain in Letter II writes about Heaven with “His heaven is like…

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    The Gospel of Luke for Everyone Reflection Paper In the book The Gospel of Luke for Everyone by N.T. Wright there are multiple themes coming through throughout the passages in his teachings on the book of Luke from the New Testament. N. T. Wright writes about Luke speaking on love, healing, prayer, faith, traveling, and following without question. Travelling in obedience to God’s call is one of Luke’s central pictures for what it means to be Christian (Wright, p.117). The major theme that is…

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    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a well-known classic that can teach many different lessons. Throughout the book, we see different ideas satirized and emphasized to bring in a new meaning to the society. The adaption of the book to the movie, though limiting, shows some of the same ideas for a strong society. The movie is able to capture some of the books meaning, but not all of it with the amount of satire in the book. One of the main concepts that the book tries to highlight throughout…

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    Every person can never fully move on to the next step of their feasible life because of one aspect: their piquing and blind-sighting compulsions. Compulsion, or addiction, plays an important role as one of the themes throughout the entire novel titled, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was written by one of America’s greatest writers in all of its history, Mark Twain. As the novel acts as an extension of Mark Twain’s other publication, The Adventures of Tom…

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    In his novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain communicated a strong message about the grim reality of Nineteenth century American life style. The author of the book is Mark Twain, originally known as Samuel Clemens, he was a mean old man. Clemens was born in Florida, Missouri on November 30th, 1835. He was the son of Jane Lampton, who was a native of Kentucky and John Clemens, who was a Virginian. His parents met when his father moved to Missouri. In 1847, John died unexpectedly…

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    In the short stories, Boys and Girls by, Alice Munro and The Birth Mark by Nathaniel Hawthorne, each author has shown similarities of two young women who seem to change their appearance or personality to conform to the desires of strong male figures in their lives. Both authors use their talent in literature to express their societal views and the role women were expected to play in that time period. It was important that authors could use their talent of writing to express their own societal…

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    The Worth of “Huck Finn” According to Ernest Hemingway, “All modern American literature comes from Huckleberry Finn” (Hill). Now, if all modern literature originates from this novel, why is it not mandatory reading? This classic novel is realistic, which allows it to relate to society today and also in the future. Huck Finn follows the story of Huckleberry and Jim on a journey together that leads them to friendship. Although both characters are so different physically, it is their harsh…

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    writings in genres such as regionalism, realism, modernism, and creative nonfiction. Regionalism was a genre of American Literature where authors would write about and describe parts of America they belong to. According to Baym, in different parts of the country, regionalist were “dedicated to capturing its natural, social, and linguistic features”(American 1275). A popular regionalist was Mark Twain. In his literature, he loved to inform readers about his experiences in the new West. An…

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