As indicated, 76% of the students in this study felt that setting
their own goals made them, usually, or almost always, better students.
become breeding grounds of additional resistance and distribution centers for amplification of multidrug-resistant organisms to other healthcare settings
and the community.
Changes in the school counseling curriculum at UNLV were fueled by the recognition that school environments are unique, dynamic environments that are fundamentally different from mental health agency settings
. As suggested by Bemak (2000), courses with school-specific content such as Introduction to School Counseling, Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention in the Schools, Introduction to Group Counseling in the Schools, and Ethics and Issues in School Counseling have been developed at UNLV to provide students with information relevant to the setting
in which they will work.
In this setting
I employed musical characteristics quite similar to, but not exactly the same as, the responses described above (more dependent upon the keyboard [organ] accompaniment and without the guitar chords).
Alternately, students may negotiate with their nursing faculty member to be assigned to the camp setting
for a shorter duration as a course elective within their nursing program - at no cost to the camp other than the student's room and board.
Train Smarter by Setting
Achievable Goals This is your opportunity to lay out a plan that covers your major training objectives by setting
Not surprisingly, the friar preferred the simpler, chordal style of lauda settings
and wrote poetry destined for such music (paradoxically, the same style was used for worldly carnival songs, hence their reworking in sacred guise).
Consumers don't always understand the place setting
The recently published Preferred Practice Patterns for the Professions (ASHA, 1993) provides detailed information on speech pathology concerning clinical indications for procedures, clinical processes, setting
and equipment specifications, safety and health specifications, and documentation guidelines for use by professional peers, third-party payers, administrators, and the general public.
For example, a rule for operating an air conditioner may state: If the outside temperature is high and the humidity is high, then the air conditioner setting
should be very high.
These employees start out with a significant advantage over those who enter a new work setting
"cold," since their acceptance into the workplace may be sponsored, in effect, by a more senior co-worker or other insider (Ragins, 1989; Zey, 1988).
Generating consistency in setting
begins with creating many opportunities in practice for players to gain confidence using their hands.