In 2009, I discovered a part of my two-plus decades of registered nursing that I never knew about: coaching patients through the intricacies of bringing the education they received from their doctors and health care providers into practice in their day-to-day lives. 438 more words
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At AJS Productions, we continue to see an up-swing in clients interested in shooting custom video for their business. In some cases, it is to create training to insure the methodologies being used for new employees (or new processes) are consistent, while in others it is to advertise their goods and services. 526 more words
Today I stumbled across a moving post on Facebook. It was from Duke University, called ‘Breaking Out,’ that features pictures of people (mainly women) holding powerful signs–quotes, phrases, memories, and statements having to do with their experiences of sexual assault–words said to them by their rapists, quotes from others on the situation, or their most heartfelt, painful thoughts. 391 more words
By: Tiffany J. Franklin, M.S. Ed.
Congratulations! You landed an interview for your dream job and you think you’ve done all the necessary prep work. Are you really ready to knock it out of the park and show this company why they should hire you? 686 more words