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21. Writing And Speaking For Exellence
at The University of Iowa Hospitals and clinics. Composition, Introduction to Poetry, and Creative writing at the an editor at several medical centers, and as
Writing and Speaking
for Excellence
Seminars for the Medical Community
Writing Courses Speaking Courses Faculty Seminar Locations
Effective presentations, both written and oral, are an important way that medical professionals are evaluated by their peers. Yet almost no attention is given to these subjects in the medical curricula. The Writing and Speaking for Excellence seminars fill an enormous gap in medical education; the content is earthy, witty, and to the point. I think these courses are a must for any physician who aspires to speak or to write for his or her peers. Even the most experienced speakers and writers will find much to take away and will perhaps wish, as I did, that these courses had been around 20 years ago.
Abraham Verghese, MD, FACP
Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Writing Courses
Writing for Excellence
Length: 2-3 hours
A course for physicians and other health professionals who write journal articles, abstracts, textbook chapters, case reports, patient education literature, curricula vitae, grant applications, or cover letters. Includes information on the active and the passive voice, recognizing and correcting common problems in medical writing, improving clarity and conciseness, using writing as a means to identify topics and generate ideas, developing an efficient approach to managing writing tasks, reasons for article rejection, the peer review process, authorship, fraud, and duplicate publication.

22. Letters & Science, University Of Wisconsin-Madison
Science Computing Cooperative Speech and Hearing clinics Social Behavior for Women s Studies Program Women s Studies Research Center writing Center, The.
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(Botany and Environmental Studies) Linda Graham (Botany and Environmental Studies) Cathy Middlecamp (Chemistry Learning Center) Robert McMahan (Chemistry) Gary Sandefur (sociology) Mark Seidenberg (psychology) James Skinner (chemistry) Elliot Sober (philosophy) Karen Strier (anthropology) Clark Miller's Nathional Science Foundation Study will Assess National Environmental Concerns Seth Pollak to Lead UW-Madison's Involvment in New National Trauma Center Study of Adolescents Hansberry's 'Les Blancs' Explores African - American Issues, Theatre Amy Barger, assistant professor of astronomy, among sixteen young researchers named Packard Fellows ... Gerda Lerner Honored By Hometown, Salzburg, Austria We have attempted to make this site accessible to all users. Please address comments and questions to:
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309 South Hall
1055 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI 53706

23. Noise Center INAD Materials: Getting Started
Campaign Join in a letter writing campaign to Work with speech and hearing clinics, Universities or (Most hospitals and Speech and Hearing centers provide free
New York:
50 Broadway, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10004

917-305-7700 (Voice) 917-305-7999 (TTY) 917-305-7888 (Fax) Florida:
2800 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Suite 306, Oakland Park, FL 33311

954-731-7200 (Voice) 954-731-7208 (TTY) The Noise Center
Getting Started Controlling Noise is In Your Hands The impact of noise on hearing, health and the quality of life can be no longer be disputed. Volumes of literature exist to show the hazards to hearing from repeated exposure to noise. Numerous studies can be found to document that noise, like other stressors, is related to negative physical and psychological changes in humans. Individuals and communities no longer accept that noise is a natural by-product of an industrial society. Grassroots activist groups are being organized at an ever-increasing rate to address the issue of noise in their own communities. In fact, noise was the leading complaint among New Yorkers in the recently established quality of life hot-line. Additionally, noise is not just a concern for adults. For our children who are exposed to an onslaught of noise at home, in recreational activities and in the community, the risk can be widespread. To address the widespread, insidious impact of noise on hearing, health and the quality of life, the League for the Hard of Hearing sponsors International Noise Awareness Day every April, in conjunction with professional organizations, community activists and individuals around the world. Each year, professional organizations and community groups from around the country play an important role in this campaign by providing free hearing screenings, disseminating information and hearing protection, and helping to promote the importance of reducing noise in our lives. The response has been overwhelming from participants and the media. The message is clear -

24. Health Care Resources And Career Center
for their highimpact powerful resume writing. of Ontario Health centers - Provides information about AOHC Association of Occupational and Environmental clinics.
Featured Partners Healthcare Street - Offering NHS jobs, hospital jobs from one of the most popular nursing employment agencies. A and A Resume - Offers inexpensive resume and cover letter writing by professionals with more than 50 years of resume and cover letter writing expertise. Many free resources for the jobseeker, including the opportunity to have your current resume critiqued for FREE! CV Factory - Start your job search now! Free resume posting and job searching capabilities of thousands of unique jobs nationwide. - Resume Services - resume services, writing, editing, templates, cvs, cover letters, and more. High quality and fast results - you and ResumeScorecard get better jobs. Smart Online Degree Schools - Directory of Online Associate, Bachelors and Master Degree Programs for working adults and professionals. Merit Online Career Education Portal - Online education portal for working adults and aspiring career professionals. Career Training Schools and Center - Comprehensive directory of career schools broken down by category and subject.

25. BowlingZone: Clinics And Instruction
Home clinics and Instruction. of the instructional articles I have been writing for national and materials for bowlers, and tools for coaches and centers.


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26. Electronic Writing Assistance For Students Of The Claremont Colleges
paper drafts peer review, writing workshops, draft conferences, and writing clinics. Page created and maintained by The Claremont Colleges writing centers.
Additional Links for Faculty
    Alliance for Computers and Writing Information for people new to computers and writing; links to 342 resources on computers and writing; and access to the Alliance for Computers and Writing email discussion list. Before the Grade: Options for Responding to Student Writing This page describes several methods for
    responding to student paper drafts: peer review, writing workshops, draft conferences, and writing clinics. CAUSE Association for managing and using information resources in higher education. Computer-Based Writing Instruction Research at Texas Tech Description of how networked classroom instruction in writing has worked at Texas Tech. Links to reports from computer classrooms; descriptions of current computer-based classes; and bibliographies of publications and presentations by Texas Tech instructors. Epiphany A multi-institutional project designed to help faculty in higher education make the transition from traditional to technology-based pedagogy. Contains material on pedagogy and theory; technology-based courses and curricula, and faculty development. Internet Resources for English Teachers Links to courses and course materials; online journals and books; publishers of educational and academic software; professional resources for teaching on the Internet; and "special interest resources."

are cared for daily in VA medical centers, outpatient clinics and nursing Most VA medical centers host special events during this week for writing Project, Inc
Doing Something Important by Janie Blankenship With 6,000 regularly scheduled volunteers, VFW is key to VA’s Voluntary Service’s success. When Harry Kelley was forced to retire from truck driving two years ago due to back injuries, he knew he had to find something to busy himself. That’s when he signed on as a VFW volunteer with the Department of Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service (VAVS). “After I retired, I was just sitting around looking at four walls,” the Vietnam veteran and member of Post 534 in Joplin, Mo., said. “That’s why I decided to do something for someone else.” Once or twice a week, Kelley drives veterans four hours to Kansas City’s VA Medical Center for treatment. And with a career record of 2.5 million miles accident-free, Kelley is the kind of guy you want driving you hundreds of miles in one day for an appointment. On average, Kelley has three passengers per trip. While they are taking care of business at the hospital, he wanders around the waiting room visiting with other veterans. “My father was a POW in WWII, so I like to visit with other WWII vets,” said Kelley, who served off the Vietnam coast on the USS Coral Sea.

28. NCCC Social Sciences: Chemical Dependency Counseling
Settings such as schools, hospitals, clinics and rehabilitation centers will assistance in the Math Center, Learning Skills Center, and the writing Center.
Niagara County Community College
Social Science Div.
Phone: 716.614.6766
Admission Apply under SUNY Code #1103. Students admitted in January and September.
The Chemical Dependency Counseling program is offered as a full-time day program or part-time evening program. Because of the sequencing of courses, it may take longer than eight semesters to complete the part-time evening program or four semesters to complete the full-time day program if a student begins in a spring semester. The Career
The United States Department of Labor projects that through the year 2006, there will be a four-percent annual growth in social services jobs, including employment in the field of chemical dependency counseling. The New York State Department of Labor has projected the need for 230 human services employees in Western New York per year.
The Certificate in Chemical Dependency Counseling program is designed to prepare students for careers in case management and counseling of chemically dependent individuals and their families. Upon completion of the Certificate program, the graduate will have acquired the necessary education and skills to be an effective employee in an entry-level position in the field of chemical dependency.
The graduate will also have completed the necessary educational requirements for eligibility to sit for the Chemical Abuse and Substance Counseling (CASAC) exam through the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse (OASA). Internship opportunities afford the student excellent skill training and job opportunities for completion of employment requirements for the CASAC.

29. Wartburg College Undergraduate Research
of the International writing centers Association and on Peer Tutoring in writing, Hershey, Pennsylvania of Iowa Hospitals and clinics Cardiovascular Research

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES 2004 Student Research and Scholarship MERCY AKOMEAH (Chemistry) Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program, research on “The Synthesis and Reaction Mechanism of 2-Methoxy Estradiol,” at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, Illinois, in collaboration with Dr. Yuqing Hou, Meyers Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry, Summer 2003. KAELA BEMIS (Religion/English Literature), DOUG COLE (English), PAUL FORSYTH (Writing), LISA JEBSEN (English), KATIE KIRKLE (English Literature/Writing), and LISA PERRY (English) – Presentation on “Words of Paradise: You've Got Mail!” presented at the joint conference of the International Writing Centers Association and the National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Hershey, Pennsylvania, October 23-25, 2003. ANNE BONSALL (Psychology) – Poster presentation “SWM Seeks SF: Moderators of Qualities Offered and Desired in Online Personal Ads,” 2004 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference, Austin, Texas, co-investigators Leisha Waddilove, Michael C. Philipp, and Helen C. Harton, University of Northern Iowa, 2004. RYAN BRUMM (Biology) - Poster on "Response of Bailey's Eastern Woodrat (

30. Battling HIV With Words - Stanford Hospital And Clinics
from the more familiar process of writing documents for He currently directs the centers for Disease Control Stanford Hospital clinics, easily reached from


Love Yourself - - for everyone else's sake!

Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program
Article - Stanford Medicine for the latest information about Stanford University Medical Center. Battling HIV with words Alumni Reuben Granich and Jonathan Mermin are tackling the areas that have been the hardest hit but most poorly served in the AIDS epidemic. And they are doing it with a book. For Release: Winter/Spring 2001 Main News Office: Writer: William Wells For information on donating to the e ffort, click here At the appointed time early in October, Jonathan Mermin, MD, calls me from Uganda. "The WHO [World Health Organization] team is arriving in 15 minutes," he says. "Can we talk next week after I have gotten them off to Gulu?" I am not about to argue. Gulu, about 225 miles north of Uganda's capital, Kampala, is the center of an outbreak of Ebola, a highly contagious virus that causes a deadly hemorrhagic fever. Gulu and Ebola get precedence over an interview. The subject of our postponed interview is a book one that is accustomed to delays. Jonathan "Jono" Mermin, class of '92, wrote

31. NAESP : Reading, Writing... And Wedding Receptions
Reading, writing the community has access to family health clinics, family counseling rooms, dance and aerobics rooms, auditoriums, media centers, gyms, and

32. Procedures For The Approval Of Centers And Institutes At The Medical College Of
extramural funds, resident instruction, or hospital and clinics)? support of this proposed institute/center in the future (for example, the writing of a
Medical College of Georgia Faculty Affairs Home A-Z Index MCG Home
... Guidelines Recruitment Guidelines Resources Actions Guidelines Resources Processing Guidelines Resources Orientation Guidelines Resources Quick Links
Recommendation Schedule

(for faculty actions)
State Security Questionnaire

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Faculty Directories

Qualified Internal Candidates and Search Requirements

Faculty Actions
(by month) Promotion Tenure OFA Announcements FAQ Procedures and Institutional Guidelines In Accordance to BOR / MCG Policies Academic Unit Changes Contract Renewals Faculty Contracts Leave Guidelines Part-time Guidelines Part-time Retiree Guidelines Post Tenure Review Guidelines Temporary Guidelines Distinguished Faculty Title Guidelines ... Form OA2 Institutional Faculty Information System IFIS History How to Reques t: Reports, Queries, Labels IFIS Campus Directory Institutional Faculty List Online (IFL) Related Resources Official List (pdf) Faculty Position Vacancies MCG Faculty Manual USG Empl Consultant Serv Agreement ... AAMC
Procedures for the Approval of Centers and Institutes a t the Medical College of Georgia
Print version (PDF file)
Under certain circumstances, centers and institutes are formed within universities to achieve specific objectives. The major difference between centers and institutes deal with the educational roles of each unit. The Board of Regents has offered the following information concerning “centers

33. University Of Michigan Law School: Centers And Programs
expertise in client counseling, discovery, negotiation and mediation, legal writing, and trial Finally, you ll notice that all of our clinics are designed to
The University of Michigan Law School Prospective Students
Current Students

The Curriculum

Clinical Programs
Clinical Law I

Advanced Clinical Law

Child Advocacy Law Clinic

Criminal Appellate Practice
Legal Assistance for Urban Communities

Clinical Programs Clinical experience is a key ingredient of the legal education available at the Law School. Recognized as one of the best programs in the country, for 30 years we have offered a wide variety of clinical programs that take advantage of our faculty's unique experience and our students' interests. Clinics provide practice opportunities and course credit at the same time. Students move beyond the theory of the classroom into the real-world practice of law.
You can participate in the clinical program upon completion of your first year. Michigan Court Rules allow you to provide direct representation to clients in varying settings, always under the supervision of faculty. You will interview clients and witnesses, negotiate with opposing counsel, make legal arguments before judges, and handle contested hearings. You will develop expertise in client counseling, discovery, negotiation and mediation, legal writing, and trial skills. Current legal practice opportunities include: housing, child welfare, environmental protection, criminal defense, domestic violence, and poverty law.

34. IndexList1
centers and clinics Mendenhall Student Center, 22 Reading Clinic and Center, 173 Regional SpeechLanguage and Hearing Clinic, 12 University writing Center, 63.
A Absences, Excused, Academic
Standing Codes,
Academic Library Services
Faculty Emeriti,
Joyner Library, Academic Transition Program, Access to Student Records, Accounting Degrees, Dept. of, Accrediting Agencies, ii Adding Courses, Address, Change of, Admission, Advanced Placement and Credit, Allied Health Sciences, School of, Art, School of, Business, School of, Environmental Sciences, School of, Freshmen, Graduate School, Health and Human Performance, School of, Industry and Technology, School of, International Students, Music, School of, Nontraditional Students, Nursing, School of, Placement Tests, Social Work and Criminal Justice Studies, School of, Summer Session, Teacher Education Program, Transfer, Upper Division of Teacher Education, Veterans, Adult and Commuter Services, Adult Education, Advanced Placement Tests, Advisers, Aerospace Studies Dept. of, Minor, Affirmative Action Program, African-American Cultural Center

35. Career Guidance Center, University Of Cincinnati
Senior centers Nurserun clinics, Develop knowledge and skills in management, decision-making, mediation, teaching, counseling, and speaking and writing.

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Phone: 513-556-3471
University of Cincinnati
What Can I Do with a Major in...Nursing?

Nursing What can I do with this degree?
AREAS EMPLOYERS STRATEGIES STAFF NURSING Medical/Surgical Specialties Pediatrics Operating Room Emergency Room Critical Care Units Labor and Delivery Newborn Units Research, Transplant, and Detoxification Units Hospitals, medical centers, physicians' offices, medical groups, educational institutions, home care services Extended care facilities such as nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and hospices Psychiatric units Public health services: local, state, and federal Government institutions, armed services Church-related mission services International healthcare agencies Business and industry Gain experience through externship/internship programs. Work or volunteer in healthcare/medical settings during vacations.

36. MGH Cancer Resource Room Home
Yoga. Simple Ways to Reduce Stress. Spirituality. Art and Healing. writing to heal by Poetry and Journal writing. There also may be centers or clinics in your
Exploring Cancer Topic: Complementary/ Alternative Therapy Questions to Explore
frequently asked questions. We hope this helps you find the
information you need. Do you have general information about complementary and alternative medicine?
Complementary Alternative Therapies - Overview
What is complementary or alternative medicine?
What Is Complementary and Alternative Medicine?
I also hear the term "integrative therapies". What does that mean?
What is integrative medicine?
- NCCAM I was just diagnosed with cancer and many people are telling me I should think about using things like acupuncture and herbs. I know they're trying to be helpful, but I'm feeling pretty overwhelmed as it is. Any advice on how to handle this?
- Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center
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- Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center How do people make decisions on whether to use complementary therapies along with the treatment their doctors have prescribed?

37. Bibliography - Teaching Writing And Literature With Technology
London Routledge, 1993. Zucca, G. Online writing clinics on the World Wide Web. Syllabus 10(3) pp. 4849. National writing centers Association.
Bibliography - Teaching Writing and Literature with Technology Books Aarseth, Espen J. Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. (E-text version available from Eastgate Systems Adams, Dennis M. Cooperative Learning and Educational Media: Collaborating with Technology and Each Other . Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications, 1990. Albright, Michael J. and David L. Graf, eds. Teaching in the Information Age: The Role of Educational Technology. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1992. Ambron and Hooper. I nteractive Multimedia: Visions of Multimedia for Developers, Educators and Information Providers . [PUBLISHER?] 1988. Anderson, Jonathan. Technology and Adult Literacy . London: Routledge, 1991. Anglin, Gary J., ed. Instructional Technology: Past, Present and Future. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1995. Bailey, RIchard and Robin Malanie Fosheim, eds. Literacy for Life: The Demand for Reading and Writing . New York: MLA, 1983.

38. What Can I Do With A Major In Nutrition?
Research CONSULTING Diet Counseling, Education and Programming, writing INDUSTRY Research, Product Hospitals, Health centers and clinics, Home health
What Can I Do With a Major In.. Nutrition? Areas: CLINICAL: Clinical Nutrition
COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITION: Education, Program Planning and Implementation, Administration, Counseling, Consultation FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT: Includes: Menu Planning, Budgeting, Purchasing, Food Preparation, Personnel Management FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: Clinical Dietetics, Nutrition Education and Teaching, Administration, Research
CONSULTING: Diet Counseling, Education and Programming, Writing INDUSTRY: Research, Product Development, Sensory Evaluation, Quality Assurance, Marketing, Sales, Customer Service, Consumer Food Science TEACHING: Teaching, Research Occupations Dietitian, Nutritionist, Chiropractor, Licensed Practical Nurse, Privat Household Worker, Dental Hygienist, Agriculture and Food Scientist, Restaurant and Food Manager Types of Employers Web Links
  • Nutritionist Jobs American Dietetic Association Telehealth - includes Nutritionist Dietitians and Nutritionists from the Occupational Outlook Handbook
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    39. FEATURES--A Writers' Community--by Cesar Miguel G. Escaño (5 October 2000)
    Classroom discussions and writing clinics allowed them to share different techniques and and Dr. Marjorie Evasco of UST come from the writing centers of their

    40. Alzheimer S Disease Education Referral Center - ADEAR - A
    of medical research centers and clinics working to newsletter, and helps organize letter writing programs to help Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center, PO Box

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