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English In The Nursing Syllabus

WHY SHOULD ENGLISH BE INCLUDED IN THE NURSING SYLLABUS? English is the language currently used for most of the international transactions. English can widen your horizons and help you to deepen your scientific knowledge and create work-related opportunities. CONFERENCES: Most … Continue reading

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Multi-Genre Author Thomas Jerome Baker (Interview by Scottish Author Kirsten Nairn)

Interview by Kirsten Nairn, Scottish author of the novel, A Sorry Affair. You can find out more about Kirsten and her work here: My Website, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ Goodreads, and Pinterest. 1. Thomas, what made you start writing? Kirsten, I … Continue reading

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A Book Review: Constipation, or, When You Can’t Give a Sh*t

Hi Anonymous Author, (hereafter I will call you simply, AA, or nothing at all. I will call you “AA” because I want to protect your identity. I want you to know that what you are about to read may seem … Continue reading

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Massive college debt can burden graduates for decades

ASBURY PARK, N.J. – When James Perucho opens his Rutgers University tuition bill in the fall, $200 of it will go toward the construction of academic buildings that he may never use but will add to the educational debt he … Continue reading

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