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Effective Communication

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As a professional, it is important to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences throughout your daily activities. With any kind of communication, you need to understand your intended audience. You also need to be aware of each audience’s needs.  Often the same information will need to be delivered to different audiences.

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Evaluating the Thomas Jefferson Administration

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How do you rate Thomas Jefferson as president? One of the best? One of the worst? Mediocre? Why?

Puritans, Quakers, & Modern Christianity

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Which of the two groups, the Puritans or the Quakers, do you feel is more similar to modern day mainstream Christianity? Why?

Deontological Ethics

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Discuss and define deontological ethics, social justice ethics, OR virtue ethics . Analyze how a person holding the ethical view you chose would view the issue within your community.  Discuss and define your ethical viewpoint. Using your ethical viewpoint, analyze how you feel about the issue within your community. 

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The Controlled Substance Act 1970

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What was/is the intended purpose of the Controlled Substances Act 1970? How and why are drugs classified/scheduled? What are the medical and legal issues surrounding rescheduling marijuana?

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Trip vs. Business Plannings Choice

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An entrepreneur’s journey to success or failure is often directly related to their planning processes. Part of ensuring a successful future is careful and concise planning. Consider a previous trip, and recall the planning process you went through to make it successful. Discuss the destination and purpose, who you traveled with, the method of travel, cost of meals, lodging, amount of gas, and the length of the trip. Think about any roadblocks or detours you encountered.

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The Concept of Learning

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Explain the concept of learning. What does it mean to be an intentional learner?  How do you use your learning patterns in everyday situations?  State your LCI scores and level of use for each Learning Pattern. Do the results of the LCI reflect your own thoughts, feelings, and actions accurately according to what you you know about yourself? Do you agree with your scores of Sequence, Precision, Confluence, and Technical Reasoning that you got from taking the LCI?

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Disparities in Healthcare

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Outline 2 Healthy People 2020 Objectives for health disparities
Describe the role and work of the Minority Health and Health Disparity Research Center in addressing the issues of racial and ethnic disparities in the USA.

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Informed Consent: Max Perrin Case Study

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Max Perrin, a 55-year-old male, was brought to the ER by the local rescue squad following a suicide attempt by means of consuming rat poison. The ER physician, Dr. Christopher LeMarke, recognized him immediately, as did the ER nurses. He had been a regular in the facility, having visited for his primary medical care and for two previous suicide attempts within the past eighteen months. During the previous visits his history had been explored completely. He was divorced, alienated from his adult children, and chronically depressed, but was not considered sufficiently impaired that he could be declared incompetent.

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The Inquisition and You

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Contemporaries use the word ‘inquisition’ as something to be avoided: the hot seat, the third degree, a challenging trial. Inquisition from the time of the Middle Ages into the Renaissance and beyond was of a different kind and a much harsher degree. Over 700 years, inquiries into personal orthodox beliefs by a variety of authorities led tens of thousands of people to be investigated before tribunals and punished, at times by death for beliefs that deviated from the accepted orthodox understanding at the time. Inquisitions grew from the soil of moral certainty and intolerance of heterodox (non-orthodox) views.

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