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  • Nursing Application Essay

    volunteer experiences that I had was when I did a 9-day medical brigade trip to Nicaragua with Global Brigades. This trip truly ignited the fire inside me and made me realize my true passion for nursing. This trip made me realize that I have the qualities and the capabilities to provide nursing care to people in need of medical attention despite there being cultural and language barriers. This incredible trip inspired me to pursue my career in nursing and to continue volunteering with non-profit organizations throughout my life. During my fall quarter of my senior year of college, I was given the opportunity to intern with Kaiser Permanente at the Technology Learning Center. As an intern, I was able to talk to patients and Kaiser members and educate them about Kaiser’s services and the importance of preventive care. Due to Obamacare, Kaiser Permanente experience a huge increase in members and Kaiser is trying to get as many member photo id’s as possible. As an intern, I was able to assist in this area as well as educate the members on and the services it provides and Kaiser’s new enhanced feature, the KP Preventive Care app. I also learned the importance of working together as a team, the experience challenged my abilities in managing my time, and it helped improve my communication skills. During my time at CSU East Bay, I have been exposed to many different cultural and religious backgrounds and have been given the opportunity to volunteer with Global Brigades…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Red Box Canyon

    We were headed for The Valley Forge Campground. A round trip hike of around six miles in and out. We had planned to stay over night and pack out on Sunday. We had a full group with us, besides ourselves, there was Ralph and his brother, Kevin, Jim Spencer and his son Tim, and Mark Cook. This is an excellent trail shaded by a forest canopy of oak,spruce, and alders.The trail switch backs down to and crosses several creeks which become the head waters of the West Fork of the San Gabriel River.…

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  • Differences Between Diversity And Implementation Strategies

    equality management concepts have historically been associated with mere legal compliance; the concept has advanced from Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity to assume the view of a competitive resource for organizations above and beyond traditional high performance work systems.” (Richard, 2013) Therefore, when workplace diversity is clearly defined, it can assist in the buy-in at every level to build the support within the organization to create an organizational diversity plan…

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  • Kaiser Permanente Case Study Summary

    The first reading detailed the leadership succession management strategy at Kaiser Permanente in Colorado Region. The company is the nation’s largest not-for-profit health insurance plan. An internal survey found gaps in the leadership development and recruitment, the case study provides the processes they utilized to rectify this issue. They utilized the leadership review process to identify individuals with leadership potential. The executives at Kaiser Permanente were in charge of…

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  • Swot Analysis Of Kaiser Permanente

    Systems and Kaiser Permanente. Both organizations are at the larger end of the spectrum in their respective business classification. Each organizational foundation presents strengths and weaknesses from a patient, provider, administrator and third party payer’s perspective. In identifying the weaknesses there is opportunity for improvement from both providers identified. Some of the main identified strengths…

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  • Analysis Of Dawson's Creek

    We see the main characters of Dawson’s Creek exiting the latency stage, which spans until puberty and consists of suppressed sexual feelings, and beginning the genital stage, which spans puberty into adult life and consists of sexual maturation and gratifying that desire. The characters of Dawson’s Creek are seen developing these feelings for each other, which often causes confusion as they work to figure out what they mean. They begin to struggle through their emerging romantic feelings, their…

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  • Sapulpa Car Theft Report Example

    November 2, 2016, I, Deputy John Arnold, went to Canyon Road Baptist Church at 8550 South 49th West Avenue in Creek County, Oklahoma where Deputy Brandan Welsh was completing a stolen vehicle report. Upon my arrival the victim had already left. Deputy Welsh stated the victim arrived at the church at approximately 6:15 P.M. and at approximately 7:15 P.M. when he went to leave church, he discovered his 2007 Silver Cadillac STS sedan missing from the church parking lot. While Deputy Welsh was…

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  • The Buffalo Creek Disaster By Gerald M Stern

    The Buffalo Creek Disaster is a book by Gerald M Stern, about how the survivors of one of the worst disasters in coal-mining history brought suit against the coal-mining company. The book … by Gerald M. Stern is about a disaster that happened in 1976 …The book was review by prominent persons search as the former President of the United States who termed it as “A shocking, timely book”. Also, The New York Times Book Review talked of the book as “a fascinating tale of how investigative lawyers…

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  • Comparing Dostoevsky's In Crime And Punishment

    individuals, to which one can communicate and connect their thoughts to the everyday world. Even though humans may take this gift for granted, it is only when the ability begins to diminish that one seems to understand how crucial it is really is to everyday life. Although, even while losing this gift, the individual may not even know it, for the reality one creates is only visible to that one person, and in turn, that person usually does not realize that this perspective is not what others…

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  • Annie Dillard Essay

    different kinds of insects; insects also represent about eighty percent of the world’s species. Recently, soil samples were taken from an acre in North Carolina; it was revealed that in that one acre, with the depth of five inches, there were approximately 124 million creatures to be found. These facts serve as a reminder that the world is close to bursting with these tiny beings, yet we as humans barely take the time to notice them. There are those rare few, however, who have learned to see…

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