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A personal record kept by a patient or caregiver of important outpatient observations, e.g., blood pressures; blood glucose levels; caloric intake; or the frequency of certain symptoms, such as bowel movements, crying spells, headaches, palpitations, or urination.
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For many the power of journal keeping lies in the absolute privacy it offers--and people who keep personal journals should give a bit of thought to security, in order to protect a child, a caregiver, or a life partner from inadvertent disclosure.
Personal journals have been used (Mahoney, 1991) to facilitate both self-expression and self-exploration on the part of the client.
So after considering a lot of other ideas, the agency and the Journal settled on a theme emphasizing "business" and "the business of life," with pictures of the Journal's front page and Page One of the new Personal Journal section in the print ads.
8220;12 Steps” is designed as a personal journal & daily supplement to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Addiction Recovery Program Guide and not as a replacement.
Providing candid revelations of her BDSM lifestyle (and based on her personal journal recordings), Alison Tyler draws upon some twenty-five years' experience as a gifted author of erotic literature to create what must be described as a kind of docudrama that commingles personal experiences with a novelist's vivid imagination.
My Angels Are Come: A Deeply Personal Journal of Cancer Survival" is not one of those stories.
On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, the feature section is called Personal Journal.
Collecting and organizing Whitehead's personal journal and unfinished memoir with the rare editor's note in brackets for clarity, Combat Reporter covers events that Whitehead witnessed from 1942-1943 in Cairo, Libya, Tunisia, and Sicily.
Enhanced with maps and an extensive index, the personal journal entries are organized in ten distinct sections from Iowa and Tennesse, 1880-1881 to Settling into Normalcy in Utah, 1898.
The Wall Street Journal Online announced the addition of a Personal Journal section to its Online Journal.
At the time of this entry in his personal journal, he had just finished doing battle with an infestation of giant cockroaches which may or may not have been mechanical probes from an alien (read: superior) civilization.
Each work was precisely dated, but this did not give the effect of the intimacy and system of a personal journal.

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