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  • Sample Community Assessment Paper

    Community Assessment of Ocala, Florida What is a Community Assessment? A community assessment provides an overview of the city as a whole and can be a focused assessment in the specific individuals’ surrounding area in which the individual resides. The assessment includes the location and description of the area, a makeup of the community (age, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status), services provided and ease of access, safety issues of the public, and areas of concern in health care. All of which can be divided in age related subcategories and areas in need of improvement. This community assessment will also include how the role of the Registered Nurse can play a part in the Community. Area Assessed? Ocala, Florida resides in Marion County,…

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  • Personal Experience: Moving To Ocala

    After a month I graduated in high-school, I moved from Leesburg to Ocala. To me, the city of Ocala is almost identical to the city of Leesburg. The only difference is the road. I have not traveled around the city that much since I came here. The only route I travel is the distance between my house and the college campus. In Ocala, I live with my sister, her husband, and my great-aunt. When I lived in Leesburg, I was untidy that even I could not withstand the disorganization that I had shown.…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Marion County In Ocala

    I had begun my one-and-a-half-hour trip to the small town of Marion County in Ocala. It had been a stressful week and all I wanted to do was relax. I had never heard of that small town until my mom told me that we would be going to see my Grandma. It was going to be the first time that she had come from Mexico after my grandfather passed away. Most of My mom’s siblings lived down there so my grandma was going to stay with them for a while. As we began to travel more I noticed that the scenery…

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  • The Most Significant Events In My Life

    prominent that it impacts us immediately. One such event in my life that has helped me grow as an individual and find out more about myself was being uprooted from where I grew up in Olive Branch, Mississippi and moving to Ocala, Florida. I was born in Morgantown, West Virginia and at the young age of five my family and I moved to Olive Branch, Mississippi because my father’s job relocated us. Growing up in Olive Branch was amazing and I couldn’t have grown up in a better area. It was a great…

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  • The Populist Party: The People's Party

    There were no strict regulations on the rates for transporting crops, which allowed private railroad companies to charge outrageously high prices. Although railroad rates actually fell during the populist movement, the populists still believed in paying very little to ship all goods. One proposed solution is to have the government own all railroads. This way, privately owned businesses couldn’t undermine farmers by increasing the price of transporting crops. The Ocala Demands proposed stricter…

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  • Sexual Victimization Theory

    Sexual Victimization has several meanings and could happen anywhere. I choose this topic because a case occurred right here in Ocala that was so disturbing, it made the top of my list. According to (Wallace & Roberson,2014) Sexual victimization has several meanings – verbal coercion to have sex with a partner, rape by a stranger, or a woman/man that is being fondled in a bar and forced intercourse when a woman is way too intoxicated to protest. In this case sexual violence along with kidnapping…

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  • Essay On The Future Of Nursing

    pre-registration needed (Freedom Clinic USA, n.d.). The last organization is the Youth Aids Coalition (YAC). This is a network that helps stop and prevent sexually transmitted diseases. They have over 7,500 testing throughout the US. Some of the services are free. This is a nationwide project and we have two testing centers in Ocala. Anyone can be tested. The priorities of YAC is to raise STD awareness, encourage STD testing, and teach preventative techniques (YAC-Youth Aids Coalition, n.d.). …

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  • Case Study Of Olivia Brahms

    was going to go back and study something other than what I did or have some kind of minor in undergraduate, psychology would be good one and the other would be business and administration. As Veterinarians we are trained as scientist and trained as veterinarians in vet school, but we get very little training in psychology and running a business. Olivia Brahms: How much animal experience did you have when you are admitted into vet school? Dr. Brawner: I had a little bit. My dad and was a…

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  • Pastor Protection Act Pros And Cons

    The controversial bill “Pastor Protection Act” has gained House approval and is now on its way to the Senate for a final vote. The “Pastor Protection Act” aims to protect clergy ministers who refuse to perform wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples if the rite goes against their religious beliefs. The bill was filed in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling last year which gave gay couples the right to marry, according to Palm Beach Post. The bill is sponsored by Rep. Scott Plakon…

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  • Smith Hill Emergency Management Organization

    What are the problems with the Smith Hill Emergency Management organization? How can emergency planning be improved in this town? Smith Hill Emergency Management organization fits the bill of a small town which is a satellite city of a bigger city. Not that it was in the week's reading about Smith Hill but a lot of other small towns suffer from shortage of revenues and actually employ other tools to generate and increase the tax base to support the workings of the city. Case in point is the…

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