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    The lights in the ER blink as the storm rages on outside. I snap back from the sadness of the weather to the job at hand. I rush to the ER to see my patient has broken bones, a punctured lung, and a laceration along his calf. There’s so much blood everywhere, coming from every open wound on his body. His muscles torn apart and his heart pounding, trying to stay alive. Now was my chance everything I learned about anatomy could help me in this moment. No more time to be wasted I go into the room…

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    Setting the Privacy Boundary Jacob Silverman the author of Terms of Service has a chapter titled The Myth of Privacy. In this chapter he explores the phenomena of data collection and sales by various companies and the impact of that data collection on the consumer. The essence of the chapter can be summed in the quote of Kevin Kelley of Wired Magazine which read; “Privacy is mostly an illusion, but you’ll have as much of it as you want to pay for (Silverman, 2015, p. 281).” Data mining is…

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    Miss Evers Boys Analysis

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    The film, Miss Evers’ Boys was about an inhumane study of African American men suffering from syphilis. The film evolved around Eunice Evers, a nurse in a local Tuskegee hospital and her statement about the “Tuskegee study”. Dr. Brodus, the head doctor of the local Tuskegee hospital along with Nurse Evers were given fund to treat men with syphilis or what they called “bad blood” (Benedetti, Fishburne, Kavanagh, Konwiser & Sargent, 1997). These men were not very educated, and their health…

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    difference is significant. I believe that some of the key warrants that men and women function under are mainly focused on oaths, ethical and personal levels and also professionalism. Warrants like oaths, ethical and personal levels and professionalism are hidden into our everyday lives. Most married couples may not realize, but when they got married they partook in some sort of oath, which falls into one the biggest hidden…

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    The Hippocratic Oath was created around the 4th or 5th century BC as an ethical code for physicians to follow. The original oath swore "I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody who asked for it, nor will I make a suggestion to this effect. Similarly I will not give to a woman an abortive remedy." Now, however, most modern versions omit the prohibition of euthanasia and abortion in the oaths. Society's view of morality has obviously altered since Hippocrates time, as seen by the controversy…

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    Holocaust I believe the Oath-Takers are more responsible for the Holocaust than just one higher ranking Nazi official, like Rudolf Hoess, the Commander of the Auschwitz concentration camp. One reason I think this is true is because without all the people who took the oath Hitler wouldn’t have the reassurance he needed. Also, without the physical support from the Oath-Takers, the Nazis and Hitler could have never been able to carry out with the Holocaust. The last reason is that the Oath-Takers…

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    Hospital History Summary

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    The Arab hospitals on the other hand took a different approach and helped anyone who needed medical assistance. This sort of ethical approach to care by doctors is the foundation for concepts such as the Hippocratic Oath and is still with modern medicine today. The first American hospitals called Almshouses were first established by William Penn in Philadelphia in 1713. Over time as medical facilities became the norm in communities The American Medical Association…

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    art that was related to the Ancient Greek and Roman Empires. In consideration to the French, neoclassicist looked up to the French artist Nicolas Poussin who exemplified the 17th century French classical arts. The artist behind the famous painting Oath of the Horatii was Jacques-Louis David. David was a French painter during the era of neoclassical, who was also known later as an active supporter of the French revolution just like his friend Maximilien Robespierre. The neoclassicist of the…

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    send them an appointment notice that contains their biometrics appointment information. This appointment is when the USCIS collects your fingerprint and takes your photo and signature. The person will then proceed to take an interview and finally, the Oath of Allegiance to the United States (“10 Steps to” 1). With immigrants accounting for about 13 percent of the U.S. populace, worry of terrorism, overpopulation, and a loss of jobs for Americans has caused the belief that the U.S. should limit…

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    Hate speech in “Animal farm” and “Priscilla the Cambodian” Hate speech is used as one of the apparatuses employed both in “Animal farm” by George Orwell and “Pricilla the Cambodian” by Rattawut Lapcharoensap. Although it occurs in different circumstances and contexts, the two stories share some ideas in common which significantly reflect the act of their characters as well as the societies, which will be explained further. Hate speech is one of the communication methods being used to attack a…

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