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University on Watch: Crisis in the Academy (Authorhouse , J. Peters 2019), The Second Editon

To get right to it, I always felt University on Watch was unfinished. I am also a writer who believes in delivering information as fast as possible. Most of the

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Lost UOW chapter: $50 dollar bills for Recovery

My perception was shifting everyday. At first the shift was gradual, eventually dramatically altered. The community appeared different. People seemed to behave differently and have different motives. All I wanted

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Community Health re-discovered: Addendum on the New Gold Standard

The rise of the Modern Health Home and fall of the silos gestures to the system’s attempt at integrating care, but, like most new turns treatment, the outcomes reflected the clumsy practices of the care management philosophy and regulations

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TRANSFORMATIVE PATHWAYS FOR INDENTIFYING CONCERNS IN THE HUMANITIES: CONTESTING ADMISSION

The 10 year Anniversary Edition  Max E. Guttman has “no purpose or reason {} for being {} in the department” (The People of New the State of New York VS. Max

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Completing a Self-Administered Mental Status Exam (MSE): The Steps, Explained

    We all feel differently on a day-to-day basis. Most of us self-assess, in our own way, how we are doing weekly, monthly, with friends, family members, and sometimes,

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My Coping Skills aren’t Working: Now what do I do?

There are going to be times when existing coping or self-management skills are not going to help or remedy a particular situation. This article is designed to help readers create

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Make Your Own Psychiatric Triage: What to do when you are in a non-life threatening crisis to feel more Safe

Undeniably, there are times when we all feel out of control. There is no question that when we are in the midst of a crisis, whether it be interpersonal, existential,

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Community Mental Health Re-Discovered

I have always believed in having a plan, a next step. Call it a goal or an objective. I believe in a tomorrow that begins with right now. More than

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Forced Treatment: An Ethics of Hope for Severe and Persistent Mentally Ill Persons

This article seeks to articulate the challenges with treatment of Severe and persistent mental health diagnoses for persons (SPMI) non-adherent to the clinical recommendations of their providers. It is the

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On Self-Care: Monitoring our ADL’s

This article seeks to highlight the unquestionable importance of self-care in everyday life. Self-care is paramount to survival and this article will review the essential skills necessary to continue and

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Readiness for Psychiatric Hospitalization

If you suffer from chronic mental illness you are no stranger to the hospital. There are many people who have been hospitalized so many times they cannot remember each admission

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