Monthly Archives: July 2016

Let’s call it what it is

Originally posted on A Family Doctor's Reflection:
What a few months we have had!!! It has been a busy few months.  I  had the opportunity to hear Dr. Camara Jones who is the president American Public Health Association.  If you…

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Being a Mentor

Originally posted on A Family Doctor's Reflection:
I look back over my career and realize something very important. Every patient I cared for, every position I held and every time I had the courage to change my location provided…

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Object Lesson: Plagiarism is WRONG

  You’d have to be mole not have heard or read about how Melania Trump plagiarized from Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention in 2008. Melania’s quickly become the butt of many jokes, including, “I want to thank … Continue reading

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Elie Wiesel: Never Forget, Fight Indifference

Originally posted on cyclingrandma:
Like most children, Elie Wiesel grew up loving stories, especially horror stories that he found funny. He never imagined his writing wouldn’t include those kinds of tales, that instead, his writing would portray real horror. Expressing…

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