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  • The Evolution of Medical Records

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    Medical records have been around for many years. Even as far back as the sixteenth century. Today they are known as electronic health records and are a vital part of taking care of patients as well as using the information for demographic and research purposes. In the past records were not kept very well, if at all. This paper will trace the evolution of medical records to what we use today. This paper will explore how records were kept in the sixteenth century all the way to how they are kept today

  • Personal Statement to Study Law

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    client to the single mom who can barely feed her children. It is through this that I can continue to make a difference in my and others’ lives. Emory Law offers me the opportunity to further my goals through its International Humanitarian Law Clinic, Volunteer Clinic for Veterans, and the multiple of chances to help others through my blossoming legal knowledge while in school. All of these would add pieces of my puzzle and help bring into focus the bigger picture of my puzzle. Through attending Emory

  • The Hemodialysis Discoveries of Willem Johan Kolff are Still Used Today

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    Introduction Are you interested in medicine and science? If so, there are many different branches of health care that are essential to know. However, if you take special interest in hemodialysis and artificial organs, the accomplishments and findings of the legendary Willem Kolff would be significant to learn. Many of his discoveries are still used to day by numerous amounts of surgeons and physicians. Background information Willem Johan Kolff was born in (February 11, 1911) the Leiden Netherlands

  • Managing Your College Student Schedule in a Productive Way

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    and do what works for you. Do not let stress stop your dreams in its track and keep trying and never give up. Stress is beatable and will always be defeated if you never give up. Works Cited Staff, Mayo Clinic. "Time Management: Tips to Reduce Stress and Improve Productivity." Mayo Clinic. Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, 20 June 2012. Web. 16 Nov. 2013. Slowk, Guy. "What Is Stress?" EhealthMD. N.p., 17 Apr. 2013. Web. 19 Nov. 2013.

  • The Clinic Reminder System

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    This paper will showcase the major components of clinical decision support, as well at take a look what is analysis of evidence-based medicine and describe how computerized systems can be used to support evidence-based medicine practice. Clinic decision-making provides clinicians, staff, patients or other individuals with knowledge and person-specific information, intelligently filtered or presented at appropriate times, to enhance health and health care (Richardson & Ash 2011). Major components

  • A Comprehensive Satellite Healthcare Clinic

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    A comprehensive satellite healthcare clinic will reduce admissions, as well as readmissions to the current single hospital within the county. This extra resource will reduce the possibility of competitors moving into the area, specifically those from neighboring hospitals that could bring the needed services that PMH is lacking and looking to provide. Additionally, consumers feeling forced to travel out of the area for care, or those facing the potential of being transferred out of the area due to

  • Bulimia Nervosa Essay

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    Wythea Salter Final 11:00/ English Comp. 12/5/13 Bulimia Nervosa When it comes to the topic of Bulimia Nervosa, most of us will agree that it is an ongoing problem that needs to be addressed. Where this agreement usually ends however, is on the question what the cause of bulimia is. Whereas some convince that it’s the media is the cause others maintain that the cause is emotional problems. My own view on the cause of bulimia is American culture, major changes in life, and emotional health. One of

  • A simple Approach to Managing Stress: Learning to Relax

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    Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (MFMER). All rights reserved. A single copy of these materials may be reprinted for noncommercial personal use only. "Mayo," "Mayo Clinic," "MayoClinic.com," "Embody Health," "Reliable tools for healthier lives," "Enhance your life," and the triple-shield Mayo Clinic logo are trademarks of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. May 30, 2009 Retrieved: November 17, 2009 Website: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/positive-thinking/SR00009

  • Free Clinic Project

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    afford to have insurance and get medical care when they need. There are many poor people who are left behind this system and something needs to be done in order to provide these people with appropriate care and equal opportunities. Opening a free clinic is a way out of the situation as it will allow people without insurance rely on the system of healthcare in the country and significantly improve the their life quality. This project needs to include the analysis of economic issues and special needs

  • Athletes and Drugs Should Not Mix

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    Many professional athletes have used performance enhancing drugs to make them better at what they do, at what cost? Many lose achievements or get kicked out of the sport completely as these drugs are banned from use, for good reason. Professional athletes should not use performance enhancing drugs as it does not set a good image for being a role model, it is still illegal in the fact athletes are not above the law, and we should try to keep games fair for all. Being a professional athlete comes with