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    The World of Neonatal Nursing

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    neonatal units, whose goals are to provide the best quality care for women and their newborns. Kirwan Hospital for Women has the only Level III neonatal unit outside of Brisbane. KHW serves a diverse community in a sparsely populated area one-tenth the size of the United States, so the staff must go out and retrieve th... ... middle of paper ... ...he many years to come. I have learned many things about neonatal nursing and I intend on using this information to better myself as a neonatal

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    Ski Stories, Retold

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    event. He was tenth.” Dad said, “We were lousy.” He chickened out at the top of the downhill. “We had to stand up there, all cold and holding our poles close, and then just throw ourselves down. We got so stiff, and it hurt so bad.” Mom joined in, “The tension. Oh, we were so tense. Our neck muscles and shoulders. Because you’re up there and so scared. [Those nights] we filled up the hot tub several times.” Both remembered Harry Morse, the ENT (Ear-Nose-Throat doctor).

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    Science I-search

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    great consequences. Disturbing the genetic make up of someone can result in being so positive that all will prosper, or so negative that the effects may be catastrophic to mankind. What I know: The issue of cloning entered my life at the end of my tenth grade year. At such a young age, the topic of a person who was identical to another person was "cool" when I was first introduced to the idea. Then I realized how unbalanced our world could be if mass production of cloning was to occur. The issue

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    The story of Ben Carson

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    life altering decisions. Going from a “disturbed” child and adolescent to an outstanding surgeon society would think Dr. Carson made the right choices, but along the way Ben wasn’t so sure. One of the important decisions Ben was faced with was in the tenth grade. He had to decide weather or not he wanted to continue on his downward spiral with school and friends or if he wanted to get his act together and become high in rank in his school’s ROTC program. After seeing his brother in his ROTC uniform Ben

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    A Waste Of Talent

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    On his tenth birthday Jim Walker was introduced to the game of basketball by receiving a basketball from his uncle Mark Walker. Jim acted as if he loved the gift to please his uncle but really expected more from him. Jim never really played basketball at this age because he would rather spend his time doing things most other ten year olds did like riding bicycles and playing with G.I. Joes. On the same birthday Jim’s mother, Althea gave him ankle weights. She gave him this because she realized her

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    Doctor Who started running on November 23, 1963 and hasn’t stopped since. Fifty years of adventure have given us hundred of stories, twelve Doctors and too many monsters to count. Since the Doctor started running there have been many firsts and lasts, comings and goings, tearful farewells and exciting new beginnings. According to WHO OLOGY by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright March 1962 was the first time the British Broadcasting Channel’s new Head of Drama, Sydney Newman, came up with the idea of Doctor

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    Lance Armstrong and Overcoming Obstacles

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    Pedaling strong through the Pyrenees Mountains at remarkable speed, Lance Armstrong approached the tenth stage of the Tour de France. Beginning at an elevation of thirty-three feet above sea level, Armstrong was in sixteenth position with five minutes and fifty-four seconds separating him and the leader. For many this would be an insurmountable amount of time to makeup, especially on a stage containing such a grueling and exhausting climb, but Armstrong saw it as an opportunity to put his great mountain-climbing

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    Learning How to Learn

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    toward education. That’s a major expense in anyone’s life. But what are we really paying for? With a hundred thousand dollars and four years, a degree can be acquired in just about any field. Imagine the greatest doctor in the world. Imagine her saving lives everyday. Now picture that same doctor not knowing how to change a diaper, pump gas, or even balance her own check book. Naturally, society would be more apt to avoid that physician. How could this be? That’s the question parents’ and professors alike

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    Muted Group Theory

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    Muted Group Theory "Women do two thirds of the world’s work...Yet they earn only one tenth of the world’s income and own less than one percent of the world’s property. They are among the poorest of the world’s poor." –Barber B. Conable Jr, President, World Bank According to Kramarae groups within our society are muted, or go incompletely heard due to the lack of an effective means to express certain groups of ideas, experiences, or thoughts. Kramarae calls these groups muted and focuses specifically

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    A Mad Man With A Blue Box

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    when the wind stands fair and the Doctor comes to call, everybody lives” (River Song, Season 6, Episode 13). This is a quote that shows the heroics of the Doctor. Doctor Who is a British science fiction show created in 1963. In the show the main character, the Doctor, travels through time and space. The Doctor is a humanoid alien that fights for peace, love, and justice along with his traveling companions, defeating villains. In order to understand the Doctor Who franchise research of the main character

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