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    • Scene from "The Queen's Husband" "The Queen's Husband5 FOR the first time in many years, the B. A. C. has had an active dramatic club this year. The organ-ization was effected during the fall quarter and took the name of "The Peruke Club." Its...
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    • Drama; Southern Utah State College; Southern Utah University
    • Sam Tsousouvas and Sandra Shotwell have lead roles in The Guardsman, play presented by Southern Utah State College.
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 6 Chapter 2: Review of Literature Within the setting of a medical clinic or facility, receptionists have a plethora of tasks, roles, responsibilities, and obligations. Though duties may vary greatly based on practice size or...
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    • 7 into the American education system. School gardens had the greatest success when there was government support. School gardens were consistently viewed as a beneficial teaching tool. Historical barriers to school gardens have continued to create...
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    • STUDENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 5 business industry as he stated in the late 1960’s, “It is quite common for an individual to seek to discover what his job or profession really entails and/or what his position is in society” (p.18). Koch (2008)...
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    • THE WEB 12 interaction and teacher-student immediacy. Without meeting several hours per week with the class and instructor in person, students can feel disconnected and grades suffer (Hutchins, 2003). Conaway, Easton & Schmidt (2005) found that if...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 7 the system needs to be made clear. However, White, Riley, and Smith (2008) interestingly commented that “receptionists are the least likely of all primary care workers to receive education or skills training” (p. 174)....
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    • Fusion 360 12 It is apparent that the industry of marketing is constantly re-inventing itself within this digital age. It’s important that businesses focus on the future and leave the past in the past. What worked yesterday will not have success...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 109 Chapter 6: Conclusion The research done herein regarding medical receptionists’ self-reported viewpoints of the medical field has been a very introductory study. This research begins to give insight as to how...
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    • THE WEB 118 58 An iteration may not add enough functionality to warrant a market release, but the goal is to have an available release at the end of each iteration. Multiple iterations may be required to release a product or new set of...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 8 complications that can be associated with the task. Many of the scheduling procedures take place over the phone which can be either beneficial or detrimental to a practice. Receptionists often hold primary responsibility for...
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    • Fishback Intern 13 higher morale, more commitment to the organization, and greater productivity than those work groups directed by authoritarian leaders‖ (Pratt & Eitzen 1989). Democratic leaders are supportive. They are considerate of the needs...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 13 information. This is unlike web services that are produced on a large scale and then fail. “Web services can launch quickly, grow fast, and become robust overnight. They also can become irrelevant and disappear even faster;...
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    • 9 discussion that no amount of extrinsic rewards would enlist their engagement in discussion. (2009, p. 186) These teachers posited that assigning points to participation encourages extrinsic motivation and, therefore, decreases actual intrigue in...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 117 Conclusion The vision and fulfillment of this study has offered an abundant awareness of the world of healthcare through the use of presently established literature as well as this study’s methodology, results, and...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 119 Chapter 7: References Ahluwalia, S., & Offredy, M. (2005). A qualitative study of the impact of the implementation of advanced access in primary healthcare on the working lives of general practice staff. BMC Family...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 120 Hays, D. G., & Singh, A. A. (2012). Qualitative inquiry in clinical and educational settings. New York, New York: The Guilford Press. Hesselgreaves, H., Lough, M., & Power, A. (2009, January). The perceptions of reception...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 121 Petchey, R., Farnsworth, W., & Heron, T., (2001, April). The maintenance of confidentiality in primary care: A survey of policies and procedures. AIDS Care, 13(2), 251-256. doi: 10.1080/095401200200118251 Pyke, J., &...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 9 degree of “occupational expertise” that allows them to best serve the clinical or organizational needs of a practice (Offredy, 2002, p. 485). The routinized processes of the front desk may be efficient and effective, but...

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