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Trust and Mental Health Treatment (Part 3): What the Asses Meant

Assessment (noun): the act of assessing; appraisal; evaluation

Also known as a determination of what a bunch of asses meant.

Psychiatrists have fifteen minutes with their patients, so it’s already a reasonable assumption that they base the majority of their assessments of patients on immediate impressions, stereotypes and whatever was current when they graduated medical school and last bothered to read a journal article – which could be fifteen years or more prior. 1,823 more words


Sabotage Coordinator at Soulforce

Fields: LGBTQ, interfaith, communications, advocacy, human rights

Location: Flexible, Triangle area (Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh) of North Carolina

Deadline: June 4, 2018

Details and Requirements: Soulforce is a 20-year-old LGBTQI organization that sabotages Christian Supremacy through radical analysis, spiritual healing, and strategic direct action. 94 more words

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20,000+ NC educators marched - now what?

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 was an incredible day for democracy in our beloved Raleigh, NC. Exhausted from years of low per pupil funding, failure to reach national average for teacher pay and perceived lack of respect from the legislative majority within both chambers of the General Assembly post recession North Carolina educators had enough. 463 more words

Edu Blogging

A Sensitive Subject

Contributed by: NCPA

Going into Fall 2017, NCPA Student Chapter at the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy underwent a major transition in leadership.  This somewhat impacted our organizations extent of involvement in participating and assisting with events thus far.  452 more words

American Pharmacists Month


Rereading the posts about David and Curtis, I realized there was someone else to acknowledge. I met Tim shortly before meeting Curtis and David. Tim was a journalist, writing for the underground newspaper… 390 more words


The Layman's Doctor

Going through medical school I always saw things that would stay with me throughout my life. As time went on I began to grow as an advocate, learning the topics I was passionate about. 78 more words


Then Came the Last Days of May...

Parched land no desert sand, sun was just a dot,
And a little bit of water goes a long way, ’cause it’s hot.
Three good buddies were laughing and smoking in the back… 446 more words