Masters of War

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  • Membership In Professional Organizations

    Professional organizations can be found for almost any specialty that you may have an interest in. Some organizations can be informal and joining can be as simple as signing up for their monthly newsletters. Other organizations have a formal vetting process which may require you to send in sample of your work, proof of education and references. They may even have an entry exam that you must take or you might need to be sponsored by an existing member. When evaluating professional organizations,…

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  • Future Of Nursing Essay

    One of the key points of The Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) 2010 report on the Future of Nursing is advocating that nurses need to achieve higher levels of education and training. This should be a top priority of colleges and universities across the country. One way to ensure that nurses are taking the first step and completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is by eliminating the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) programs. Besides providing a stronger, more diverse background for…

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  • Dr Damaris Garcia Biography

    Dr. Damaris Garcia was born and raised in ______________________________. She moved to the United States where she studied at the University of ______________, . While attending college she worked as a veterinary assistant at ______________________. Dr. Garcia received her doctorate from the University of____________ in 20___. Growing up she had an extensive love for animals, and has always been a pet owner. Currently, she is the proud owner of a _________ named ________ and a_______…

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  • The Genealogy Of Morality By John Stuart Mill And Friedrich Nietzsche

    in thinking in terms of “good and bad” to “good and evil.” Nietzsche goes on to discuss his idea of master-slave morality, which at its core is exactly what it appears to be. Initially, this formulation of morality was practiced by ancient aristocratic societies and followed the value equation of good = noble = powerful = beautiful = happy = beloved by God (Nietzsche, 81.) Breaking it down, master morality is both good and bad, where being “good” is to be happy and have wealth, power, or…

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  • A Career As A Nursing Assistant Personal Statement

    After graduation, I am looking for a job in an Emergency Department. I am looking to initiate my career through emergency care which will eventually provide me enough training and experience in order for me to go into other Nursing fields like such as Dialysis nursing. I am looking forward to work in Florida and specifically in Broward County. One of the five criteria set forth by Board of Nursing are following; first, the candidate must be graduate from state approved or accredited nursing…

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  • Examples Of Observation In Social Work

    Description of meeting: The meeting was a short parent meeting that took place in a small room within the school’s office at the Emerson School. Objectives of the session/contact: To understand a problem a parent (Ms. Lopez, mother of student within the school) was dealing with at home, and wanted her son (student of Emerson) to talk to School Social Worker on how he feels about what has happened within the mother and son’s family. Individuals at meeting: School Social Worker (field…

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  • Social Work Field Placement Analysis

    My values, attitudes, and assumptions have changed slightly over the course of the MSW program. I think that is partly due to my field placement and the coursework of the MSW program. I am currently placed at a home-based counseling agency called Quality Care in Augusta, GA. For as long as I can remember, I always wanted to be a therapist. I think I seen movies where a client would come into a psychologist’s office and lay down on a red, comfy couch and tell stories from their childhood, which…

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  • Stay Down Book Report

    Stay Down. That is the advice author and teacher Mitchell Jackson has for college students. Stay down because “you never know where you’re going to end up.” To stay down means to keep open to the possibilities. Jackson’s life is an example of someone who has seen the possibilities and chosen to stay open to them. Jackson grew up in Portland as the oldest child of a drug addicted mother. In 1997 Jackson was arrested on drug charges and spent more than a year in prison. After his release, Jackson…

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  • Importance Of Admissions In Human Service

    I completed my BS in Human Services in March 2015. Since that time, I have been researching many colleges fluctuating between the MSW, MFT and Mental Health Counseling degrees. I consider my graduate school decision to be a positive life-altering decision requiring much thought, and research. After an extensive amount of research, and phone conversations, I have decided to pursue a MSW, with the specialization of Military Families and Culture. There are several reasons why I am interested in…

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  • Social Work Scholarship Essay

    Growing up with a social worker as a grandfather, I always knew working with people was something I wanted to do with my life. In high school, I was given a wonderful opportunity of working with a social worker. The way she empowered me made me realize I wanted to help people just as she had helped me. The undergrad Social Work program and Iowa taught me that social work is more than just helping people. Here, I learned how to be more culturally competent, work to empower oppressed…

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