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61. Office Of Disability Services Resources
psychological evaluations, and varied preventive therapy clinics on a 275 Student Health Center Building, Infirmary Road) writing Center writing tutors will$Content/Resources?OpenDocument

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Negotiations Get help with telephone calls, writing letters or NLS operates 4 domestic violence clinics at the Self-Help Legal Access centers NLS drop-in
Special Projects
The Health Consumer Center of Los Angeles County (HCC)- Please call Toll Free: 1-800-896-3203
HCC is funded by a multi-million dollar grant from The California Endowment, and is one of the largest health advocacy programs in the nation. HCC's goal is to improve access to quality health care for Los Angeles' low income communities.
Its expert staff of 18, including 7 full-time attorneys and 11 HCC counselors, has helped nearly 10,000 poor people obtain health care. Through the HCC toll-free hotline, multi-lingual counselors secure affordable, quality care for thousands of low-income consumers and assist with Medi-Cal, Healthy Families and HMO grievances. HCC creates new ways to deliver health care to indigent families, and , reaches out to every corner of Los Angeles County through culturally sensitive health education workshops. HCC and its partner organizations engage in policy advocacy at the local, state and federal levels to solve critical health care problems facing Los Angeles low-income communities.

63. Clinic Experts Give Advice To Detroit
who run the nine federally supported clinics in the of Community Health and Social Service Center, a federally information on how to get help writing a clinic
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Clinic experts give advice to Detroit
Other cities outstrip it in quest for U.S. aid
October 3, 2003 BY EMILIA ASKARI
FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER Third in a series Cherry Street Health Services sits on a hill near downtown Grand Rapids, just off Wealthy Street. The three-story brick building is surrounded by ample Victorian homes with wide front porches and gingerbread-style wooden trim. RELATED CONTENT
  • Plans in the works for new clinic From his office, overflowing with books and blueprints for a planned expansion, Executive Director Chris Shea oversees eight federally supported clinics, one shy of the number of similar clinics in Detroit. Another special clinic is affiliated with St. Mary's Mercy Medical Center, making the number of government-supported clinics equal in Michigan's two largest cities. Detroit health experts shake their heads in grudging admiration. Grand Rapids has about one-fifth as many residents as Detroit has. It has 5,327 families in poverty, compared to Detroit, which has 47,920.
  • 64. AHIRC Resource Listings
    AHIRC HOME Rhode Island - Community clinics and health centers. Low-Income. Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) Health Center

    65. Services
    Affairs see University Relations Eye Care clinics Ophthalmology Eye Care clinics - Optometry. F. writing Center writing resources for students and faculty. X.
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    66. UFLaw | Levin College Of Law At The University Of Florida
    dialogue on race and race relations to promote historically and empirically based thinking, talking, research, writing, and teaching. Vision. The Center for the
    Prospective Students Current Students UFLaw Home About UFLaw ... Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations I. Mission Statement II. What's Going On? III. Get Involved IV. Academic Development V. Useful Links VI. Contact Us VII. Staff and Affiliates VIII. In the News Child Welfare Clinic Conservation Clinic Criminal Law Clinics and Virgil D. Hawkins Civil Clinics ... Support Services ::Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations Mission Statement Creating and fostering communities of dialogue on race and race relations to promote historically and empirically based thinking, talking, research, writing, and teaching.
    Vision The Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations (CSRRR) is an academic research and resource center. CSRRR’s mission will be met through the work of various groups engaged in a wide range of activities. This work includes:

    67. Nurseweek/Healthweek| Back To Class. School-based Clinics Keep Uninsured Kids He
    According to the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, there are 1.74 Schoolbased clinics are definitely one Previous Stories Reading, writing, and Ritalin.
    School-based clinics keep uninsured kids healthy By Sona Sharma
    Illustration by Malcolm Garris PhotoDisc
    March 1, 1999
    It happens often enough. A second-grader writhes in agony because of a stomach ache. A fourth-grader droops with weakness because of a bout of diarrhea. Yet another student is tormented by a nasty asthma attack. What do school officials do when faced with such situations? Often, they send the sick child home—with no guarantee of whether the student will ever make the trip to see a healthcare professional. But with an increasing number of full-service healthcare clinics being established on school grounds, teachers and administrators now have a better alternative. These centers offer timely treatment, keeping children from missing school because of minor ailments. They also ensure that the children’s healthcare needs are taken care of before they become full-blown illnesses. "If the clinic was not there, the school would call 911 and the kid would go to the emergency room," said Cecilia Mendoza, LVN, who works at a school-based health clinic in the Elizabeth Learning Center in Cudahy, Texas. "This brings up a large bill for the parents. A lot of kids need to have accessible health care as their parents are afraid to go to the hospital because of the bills."

    68. Telamon Corporation In Michigan
    handson activities including, finger painting, writing centers, climbing towers local health agencies to set up immunization clinics at our centers to offer
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    Welcome To Michigan Head Start Program
    Michigan Migrant Head Start is a comprehensive early education program for the children of migrant farmworkers who are two weeks through five years of age. The individualized program is multi-cultural and uses developmentally appropriate practices. In Michigan, the Migrant Head Start program serves more than 1400 children each year. This means that more than 950 families receive services, many of which are identified as families in need of emergency or crisis assistance. The program in Michigan currently operates in 14 locations employing more than 500 staff including many who are either current or former Head Start parents. In addition to staff, there are more than 1,000 volunteers serving in our centers, logging in an excess of 10,000 hours of service. Time schedules for daily activities in our Migrant Head Start Centers are flexible and are dictated by children’s needs rather than adult schedules. This provides a predictable sequence to the day to help children feel secure. The following components of our program have been coordinated to help us meet our goals:
    We use The Creative Curriculum in our classrooms, which ensures safety and provides an active learning environment. It takes into consideration the individual differences, special needs, and cultural or ethnic diversity of each child. This curriculum changes with the interests and needs of the children.

    69. Legal Research & Writing
    centers and programs, Legal Research writing (Fall). In the fall semester, firstyear JD students are enrolled in Law 202.1A, Legal Research and writing.
    Death Penalty Clinic
    Samuelson Law,

    Technology and
    Public Policy Clinic
    International Human

    Rights Law Clinic
    East Bay Community

    Law Center

    Field Placement
    Program Professional Lawyering Skills Courses Student-Initiated Projects HOME instructors (spring) In the fall semester, first-year JD students are enrolled in Law 202.1A, Legal Research and Writing. The course introduces students to the basics of the court system, how to read cases, locating and selecting precedent, and how to construct legal arguments. Our approach is a practical one: our aim is to teach students the skills they need to practice law at a high level. To that end, the Legal Research and Writing Program at Boalt has undergone major changes in the past few years. The program has been redesigned to provide more challenging assignments, more written feedback and the opportunity for hands-on research instruction. Most of the writing instruction takes place in students' "small section" modules, by full-time Legal Research and Writing faculty, all of whom have experience teaching and practicing law. In addition, two upper-level law student TAs are assigned to each module of first-year students to assist in providing individual feedback.

    70. Frontline Medicine - Stanford Hospital And Clinics
    wounded because before that day the writing is missing What are the benefits to the medical center? Stanford Hospital clinics, easily reached from anywhere
    Article - Stanford Medicine for the latest information about Stanford University Medical Center. Frontline medicine This year's Sterling Award winner talks about trauma's past, present and future For Release: Summer 2002 Main News Office: Writer: Robert Tokunaga A diary stopped a bullet 138 years ago during the Civil War battle at Cold Harbor, Va. If it weren’t for that diary, this year’s J.E. Wallace Sterling Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award wouldn’t be going to F. William Blaisdell, MD, class of 1952.
    Blaisdell is a third-generation physician. His father Frank E. Blaisdell Jr., grandfather Frank E. Blaisdell Sr., and maternal-side uncle, Ehler Eiskamp, all graduated from Stanford School of Medicine. William Blaisdell remembers sitting on his grandfather’s lap when he was 5 years old and being told the story of his great-grandfather, Solon G. Blaisdell, who was in the 12th New Hampshire Regiment, which fought at Cold Harbor in the spring of 1864.
    “Son, if it weren’t for this diary, you wouldn’t be here,” Blaisdell’s grandfather said, holding up the diary that was in Solon Blaisdell’s coat pocket when he was shot at Cold Harbor. The bullet pierced the diary, and although the force broke some of Solon’s ribs, the bullet did not strike his heart. “If you look in the diary, you can tell the exact day that my great-grandfather was wounded because before that day the writing is missing where the bullet went through the diary,” Blaisdell says. “After that date, my great-grandfather wrote around the bullet hole.”

    We Offer TwoDay clinics at your site is designed for individuals, divisions, centers, or groups human resources or marketing, technical writers/trainers, and
    Program in Technical Communication
    and Information Design
    Illinois Institute of Technology
    We Offer Two-Day Clinics at your site on:
    Technical and Computer Documentation
    World Wide Web
    Proposal Writing
    C linic #1;
    $375/person (group rates available)
    Overview: This clinic focuses on a practical, hands-on, interactive approach to develop and maintain user and computer documentation. You will learn how to conduct a task analysis, design procedures and prototypes, and develop an overall effective system of preparing, testing, and maintaining a documentation set, especially useful for ISO 9000. Benefits:
    • Analyze user requirements
    • Learn systematic documentation techniques
    • Practice methods for writing concise quality documentation
    • Understand how documentation and usability are related to increased productivity
    Course Content: Planning the Documentation Set
    • User wants and requirements
    • Task Analysis
    • Schedules and constraints
    • Types of documentation products (reference guides, manuals, etc.)
    Designing the Documentation
    • Styles of structured writing
    • Format and graphic guidelines
    • Storyboards and prototypes
    Evaluating Documentation as a Product
    • Types of usability testing
    • How to customize a usability test for your needs
    • Incorporating test results in revised drafts
    • Maintaining documentation beyond the development cycle
    Who Should Attend: This clinic is designed for programmers, software engineers, documenters, technical writers and trainers, and other technical professionals who want an evaluation of their current user and computer documentation as well as information for future documentation applications.

    72. Nebraska HHS System: Credentialing: Health Clinics
    Ambulatory Surgical centers 175 NAC 7 Regulations Governing Licensure of Health clinics Medication Aide The Department must be notified in writing within five
    Health Clinics
    A facility where advice, counseling, diagnosis, treatment, surgery, care, or services relating to the preservation or maintenance of health are provided on an outpatient basis for a period of less than twenty-four consecutive hours to persons not residing or confined at such facility. ( description continued Applications/Licensure Requirements
    Initial Licensure

    Renewal Licensure
    - How to file
    Contact Information
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    Disciplinary Actions
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    continued description...... Health clinic includes, but is not limited to:
    • A facility that performs ten or more abortions as defined in Neb. Rev. Stat. § 28-326 during any one calendar week; A facility that provides hemodialysis services and is not licensed as another type of health care facility; or A facility that provides labor and delivery services and is not licensed as another type of health care facility. Public Health Clinic
    A department, and county, city county, or multicounty health department, or any private not for profit family planning clinic licensed as a health clinic.

    73. MCC :: Sitemap
    Alumni Board; Alumni Registry; Alumni Notes. Athletics Athletic Staff; Camps and clinics; in the Workplace; Open Entry/Open Exit; The writing Center; About this
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    Policies Sitemap Directory ... Webmaster MOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1401 East Court St. Flint, MI 48503

    74. Clinics And Externships
    in research, bill tracking, report writing, committee presentation with the Western Environmental Law Center, students are All other clinics are open to third

    Degree Programs

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    Clinics and Externships
    Public Defender Rush Hoag (standing, right)
    with criminal defense clinic students The law school's popular clinics, externships and practice-skills classes give students real-world experience with concepts learned in the classroom. Courses such as Trial Practice Laboratory and Moot Court Competition offer structured role-playing exercises that hone professional lawyering skills. The judicial internship program develops legal analysis, research, and writing skills. Familiarity with the Oregon political process is gained through the Legislative Issues workshop. Our six clinics introduce advanced students to actual clients and cases through the supervised practice of law.
    Judicial Internships. Interns work for district and appellate federal courts, Oregon appellate courts, and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Eugene. The judges include students in all aspects of their work, including settlement meetings, trials, and discussions in chambers. Legislative Issues Workshop.

    75. Nursing Faculty Positions
    and Practice; Home Health Care Center; two facultymanaged nursing clinics, and study research trajectory; Experience in grant writing and distance
    text-only version printer-friendly version Not logged in. Login School Home Page Schools of PNHS Home About Purdue University ... Global Initiatives Study Abroad Development Honduras Kayenta Indian Nation Mexico ... Search this Website
    Nursing Faculty Positions
    Join the dynamic faculty of Purdue University's CCNE-accredited School of Nursing. Tenure track academic appointments are available for undergraduate teaching in all specialty areas and graduate teaching in selected areas. Minority applicants are encouraged to apply. Purdue is a research institution with a tradition of teaching excellence. We are proud of our state-of-the-art Center for Nursing Education, Research and Practice; Home Health Care Center; two faculty-managed nursing clinics, and study abroad programs. Purdue nursing students consistently perform above the national average on the NCLEX exam, with a high proportion going on to graduate school. Purdue's diverse university community, conveniently located between Indianapolis and Chicago, offers small town, family-friendly advantages along with big-city amenities.
    • Earned doctorate in nursing or related field, with a master's degree in nursing required

    76. Find The Norman Information Technology Jobs You Want And Other Information Techn
    INTEGRIS Health is the state s largest Oklahomaowned health system with hospitals, rehabilitation centers, physician clinics, mental health facilities

    77. NMU JOBSearch Center
    Also available are Outreach clinics located in Keweenaw Memorial Medical Center Laurium, MI Full can communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
    Career Awareness Day
    Wednesday, October 1, 2003
    The career fair brings together students and employers from the Midwest to explore today's exciting job outlook. Many employers will be interviewing students for positions with their organizations. For additional information on a registered organization, click on their name below to view the company's web site. Employers: If your organization does not appear on this list, please either e-mail or Click Here to register . For additional information, contact the NMU JOBSearch Center at (906) 227-2800 or e-mail
    Students: For tips on how to prepare for Career Awareness Day, check out this link: Job Fair Preparation Tips
    The following organizations are currently registered to attend NMU's 2003 Career Awareness Day:
    Affinity Health System
    Appleton, WI

    78. Callier Center Library Home Page
    writing Aids. of web sites categorized by Associations/Societies, centers/Institutes/Labs Consumers, General, Guides/Guidelines, Hospitals/clinics, Images/Atlases
    Helpful Links
    "Doing research on the Web is like using a library assembled piecemeal by pack rats and vandalized nightly."
    -Roger Ebert (Yahoo! Internet Life column, Sept. 1998, p. 66)
    Contents of this page
  • Free Email Directories Search Engines Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, and Other Reference Web Sites Hearing Disorders Web Sites ... Writing Aids
  • Free Email Directories
    NOTE: the free versions of Hotmail and Yahoo are not acceptable for document delivery from Interlibrary Loan. If you do not want to use your free UTD email account, try to pick an email provider that offers at least 5 mb of storage space. Return to Contents
    Search Engines
    • All Search Engines (check here for exhaustive lists of search- and meta-search engines as well as tips for constructing successful strategies) Citeline (medical industry and health information) Complete Planet (searches invisible or deep web sites) FindArticles (an archive of published articles) FirstGov (government information gateway. Also try searching government information pages in

    79. Bedford/St. Martin's - The Bedford Bibliography
    writing centers. 620. Blythe, Stuart. " Networked Computers + writing centers = ? Thinking about Networked Computers in writing Center Practice." writing Center Journal 17.2 (Spring 1997) 89110.

    Index Previous Next Writing Centers Blythe, Stuart. "Networked Computers + Writing Centers = ? Thinking about Networked Computers in Writing Center Practice." Writing Center Journal 17.2 (Spring 1997): 89–110. Writing centers have been rushing to add networked computer technologies to their services, but logistical questions have dominated ("How can this be done?") rather than theoretical questions. The latter are necessary for examining conceptions of technology that underlie discussions of networked writing-center services. Instrumental theories, the idea that technology is neutral, lead to a focus on purely logistical concerns and the belief that a center's basic mission will not change; substantive theories focus on the power of technology and the inevitable changes (for good or bad) that it will bring. Both theories are inadequate for researching theoretical questions; what's needed is a critical theory of technology (Feenberg) that can help to shape the designs of writing-center technologies. Boquet, Elizabeth H.

    80. Texas Association Of Community Healthcare Centers Home Page
    The Texas Association of Community Health centers (TACHC) is a nonprofit organization that serves as the primary care association (PCA) for the state of Texas. centers at the state and national
    The Texas Association of Community Health Centers (TACHC) is a non-profit organization that serves as the primary care association (PCA) for the state of Texas. TACHC's members include federally qualified health centers in the state and other providers who strive to meet the health care needs of the uninsured and underserved. TACHC provides a variety of services to its members, including:
    • Advocacy for Centers at the state and national level Grant writing assistance Pharmacy and lab contracts Recruitment and retention programs Educational programs for clinicians and administrators
    TACHC is dedicated to providing essential support to these Centers which are serving as the primary health care providers for Texans who are most in need.
    Find a Center Atascosa Health Center, Inc. Austin/ Travis County Primary Care Department Barrio Comprehensive Family Health Care Center, Inc. Brazos Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. Brownsville Community Health Center Cactus Health Services, Inc. Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc. Centro San Vicente Community Action Corporation of South Texas Community Action Council of South Texas Community Healthcare Center of Wichita Falls Community Health Center of Lubbock Community Health Centers of South Central Texas, Inc.

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