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    Defunding the Police: Win /Win Situation Or Recipe for Disaster?

    First and foremost, family structure is important. Kids need to hear that they matter and that they have to work hard to get to their destination. Even if poor, a gentle loving home can calm the mind, once the mind is balanced, these kids can be stir...
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    Defunding the Police: Win /Win Situation Or Recipe for Disaster?

    Some say the title is baseless, first of all it has been on the news, second, my concern is the family structure has to be rectified in black communities in order to move forward. Charity begins at home.
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    Defunding the Police: Win /Win Situation Or Recipe for Disaster?

    But is it true that lack of role models or fathers can lead to psychological issues that manifest in different ways as adults?
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    Defunding the Police: Win /Win Situation Or Recipe for Disaster?

    But is it true that lack of role models or fathers can lead to psychological issues that manifest in different ways as adults?
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    Internship for PMHNP

    How do I find the payed preceptor services? Thanks
  6. Violence is rampant across low-income black neighborhoods across the nation as police have withdrawn from their communities. Within inner cities, street violence is reaching historic proportions and the perpetrators are as young as ten in Chicago. Ch...
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    Memorialization of Nurses Who Died From COVID-19: They Had Grit

    So sad, hope the husbands finds comfort in knowing that his wife died doing what she likes best, taking care of her patients. MHRIP.
  8. The profession of nursing has traditionally been regarded as the most trusted (Milton, 2018). Nursing continues to be named in the Gallup poll as the most trusted profession as well (Kennedy, Maureen & Shawn, 2017). During the COVID-19 pandemic, ...
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    Healthcare Literacy and the Decision Making Process

    Very important and overlooked topic. I work in CVICU and it is astounding how illiterate people are when it comes to health. Many people have cell phones, laptops etc and Google anything they want, instead people are interested in other things other ...
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    When You See Something, Say Something

    Hi Herring Thanks for the reply, yep, sometimes I struggle with the race thing, but once I became a citizen, can write AA. I watched the funeral and it was surreal when he spoke about that when you see something , say something and the eulogy by thre...
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    When You See Something, Say Something

    Hi kdkout Thank you for the encouraging words, they melted my heart, I wish they are many like you. Please do not stop speaking up, change starts with one individual. Please reach out to that new nurse and just tell her to watch out because racism al...
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    When You See Something, Say Something

    Hi Herring Thank you very much for the clarification, it now makes sense. I have a thick accent as well, but am a good teacher and mean business. Thank you for reading my posts, you and me alike have to speak up in-order to make the world a better pl...
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    When You See Something, Say Something

    Here we go again ! Keinia/Mslecia20 Thank you for baking me up and shedding light to this very sensitive subject. The more examples we give, the stronger the case. As you can read, these are our life experiences and some do not believe, the examples...
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    When You See Something, Say Something

    Hi RNLIFE Thanks, its time to share our life experiences and to us it is real. It sounds otherwise to other people, but a time has come to bring this dilemma to light, together we can! simba and mufasa
  15. noemer and barcode noemer, you should have grieved the hiring. You should have been given first preference since you are in house. Unbelievable that they have to hire new grads. barcode We also did team nursing. PAs and NPs who could not take patient...