Women’s Pepperdine University Logo 3/4 Sleeve Raglan Baseball T Shirt

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Made Of 100% Cotton O Neck Pepperdine University Logo Baseball T-shirt, Nerd Tshirts For Girl
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SOAP Notes: The Down and Dirty on Squeaky Clean Documentation


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The book measures: Width 5.85″, Length 8.43″

Do you feel like there’s more to the SOAP note than the S, O, A and P? Well you’re right. This book will show you just how much more there is and what you need to do to write great notes. This book is like a double shot of espresso: concentrated, direct, with only the essentials. After reading this book you will be so excited for your clerkships that you’ll have to try not to honor! This Book Covers: – the components of the SOAP note – important little things they don’t tell you in medical school – when to use a SOAP note vs. an H&P – abbreviations – handwriting and spelling – dealing with errors – the summary statement (the most important part of the note) – avoiding lawsuits – differences between the SOAP note for the primary team and the consultant’s team – properly consulting a specialist – where to get the essential information quickly (time saving techniques for the wards) – how to use your SOAP note for oral presentations – 3 structuring choices for the Assessment and Plan – differences between the clinic, ward and ICU notes Bonus Features: – skeleton notes – reference guide – tips from inside the hospitalUsed Book in Good Condition



Rand McNally Signature Map of the World, 50 x 32-Inch


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Updated and redesigned, Rand McNally’s Signature World wall map features eye-catching bold and vivid colors that make this the perfect reference piece sure to stand out in any home, classroom or office. The precise detail and digital accuracy shows color-matching relief and other physical features without sacrificing the maps readability.

Printed on high quality paper.

World Features:

Map centered on Africa allowing viewers to see continents complete and intact

Clearly labeled country and city names for easy location

Latitude and longitude indications

Folded Map

Product dimension: 50″ x 32″Dimension: 50 x 32-Inch



New Mexico’s Stormy History: True Stories of Early Spanish Colonial Settlers and the Mestas/Maestas Families


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Conquistador General Don Diego de Vargas led hundreds of Spanish pioneers to resettle New Mexico after the 1680 Indian Revolt. This little-known colonial period brought peace and prosperity to settlers and Native Americans in what later became northern New Mexico and parts of surrounding states. Spanish Royalty awarded many faithful soldiers and settlers with grants of land to establish farms, ranches, and ultimately to populate villas that became cities such as Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Taos.

U.S. Navy Master Chief of 30 years, Elmer Eugene Maestas set sail on a serious study of his family’s roots after his late brother’s trip through Spain years earlier had failed to turn up even one Maestas. Learning his Maestas surname was originally spelled Mestas, Elmer found his ancestors had come from Spain with General de Vargas — and that he was a 10th generation Spanish descendant whose forefathers had been awarded not one, but two land grants! He and his family knew nothing about them and, not much more about New Mexico’s “stormy” history.   

Could your family have a fascinating history or maybe a land grant or two? Answer these questions:

  • Does your surname sound Spanish?
  • Do you have relatives in northern New Mexico, southern Colorado and beyond?
  • Does someone you care about have these family traits?
  • Do you know about New Mexico’s “stormy” history?

This book takes you on a trip through the ages in the Land of Enchantment, and reveals the names of many early Spanish settlers and soldiers. Even if you don’t discover your land grant (which you might wish you hadn’t), you will learn much about the fascinating history of the great state of New Mexico.



The Guns of August: The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Classic About the Outbreak of World War I


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Selected by the Modern Library as one of the 100 best nonfiction books of all time

The Proud Tower, the Pulitzer Prize–winning The Guns of August, and The Zimmerman Telegram comprise Barbara W. Tuchman’s classic histories of the First World War era

In this landmark, Pulitzer Prize–winning account, renowned historian Barbara W. Tuchman re-creates the first month of World War I: thirty days in the summer of 1914 that determined the course of the conflict, the century, and ultimately our present world. Beginning with the funeral of Edward VII, Tuchman traces each step that led to the inevitable clash. And inevitable it was, with all sides plotting their war for a generation. Dizzyingly comprehensive and spectacularly portrayed with her famous talent for evoking the characters of the war’s key players, Tuchman’s magnum opus is a classic for the ages.
 
Praise for The Guns of August
 
“A brilliant piece of military history which proves up to the hilt the force of Winston Churchill’s statement that the first month of World War I was ‘a drama never surpassed.’”Newsweek
 
“More dramatic than fiction . . . a magnificent narrative—beautifully organized, elegantly phrased, skillfully paced and sustained.”Chicago Tribune
 
“A fine demonstration that with sufficient art rather specialized history can be raised to the level of literature.”The New York Times
 
“[The Guns of August] has a vitality that transcends its narrative virtues, which are considerable, and its feel for characterizations, which is excellent.”The Wall Street Journal



National Geographic Wonders of the World: Earth’s Most Awesome Places

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From the Hanging Gardens of Babylon to the Pharos of Alexandria and the mystery of Stonehenge, our eternal fascination with wonders is ceaseless. In their presence we are transported and brought face-to-face with things that command awe, admiration or even reverence. WONDERS OF THE WORLD explores man-made treasures that have captured the human imagination across cultures and throughout time.

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Preconceito racial: Faca de dois gumes (Portuguese Edition)

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Uma atriz brasileira bem conhecida teceu um comentário sobre um espetáculo cujo elenco compunha apenas negros. Disse ela vibrando de alegria: – Estou muito feliz por ter assistido a um espetáculo só de afro descendentes! Oi? Como assim? Isso não é preconceito racial? – Se fosse um elenco só de brancos, aí seria preconceito? – Se numa loja houver somente funcionários de pele branca então é preconceito? É óbvio que certas apresentações culturais requerem a presença de pessoas do seu próprio povo, porque isso faz parte da cultura; agora a forma com que se fala pode indicar preconceito sim.
O preconceito racial, é uma “faca de dois gumes”. Se o branco é racista o negro também é. E quando se defende o afro descendente pelas mídias sociais e televisivas na verdade se exalta a figura do homem branco. Passa-se a imagem de que o descendente africano é coitadinho… Oriundo de uma sub-raça; enfatizando a lembrança de um passado inóspito que deixa transparecer mágoas profundas. Vitimando-se ao extremo. A forma com que exteriorizam essa mágoa é bem notável, porque o branco também sabe quando é vítima de preconceito.
Reivindica-se muito que o afro descendente deve ter o mesmo espaço na sociedade em pé de igualdade com o homem branco, com certeza deve. Todavia a maior barreira que implica nessa desigualdade não é a ‘discriminatória’ e sim social. É evidente que a discriminação exista em alguns setores da sociedade, mas o fator que irá sempre se sobrepor ao preconceito é o ‘bom currículo’. Não é o sorriso bonito, os pelos dourados, nem tão pouco os olhos azuis do homem branco que lhe darão acesso aos melhores cargos… Não! Não! É o conhecimento; a dedicação, a determinação. E nisso, o homem negro está em pé de igualdade com o homem branco. Todos tem o mesmo direito. – Quem estuda mais tem mais chance! – Quem corre mais chega primeiro!
Já percebeu as tantas coisas que temos
em comum? Somos de carne e osso, nossos
órgãos têm os mesmos nomes e função
semelhante; temos necessidades fisiológicas;
nossa estrutura física é a mesma.
Somos capazes de pensar, tomar decisões,
dormir, sonhar, acordar; trabalhar, rir e
chorar. E se somos capazes de tudo isso,
por que não vivermos em paz?
Por que não deixar que esse sentimento
tão medíocre de não aceitar o outro como
ele é seja esmagado por um ato de sabedoria?
Isto porque só os sábios conseguem discernir que por trás do fato de Deus ter
nos feito negros e brancos está intrinsecamente
ligada à sua vontade. Então, quando
renegamos sua criação, negamos sua
vontade. Daí, desbancamos para a condição
de soberbos e egoístas preconceituosos,
o que para Deus é inaceitável.