It seems logical that people go to college to earn a degree in the field of study they want to pursue. However, in some rare occasions this not always True. Dr. Cameron Gilbert is a case of a person who has done just that. Dr. Gilbert is currently an owner of a budding neuropsychiatric hospital system. Strangely, Dr. Gilbert’s expertise, according to his degree is in geriatric neuropsychology, yet his career has encompassed mainly management and business instead of the clinical work that his degree entails. I sat down with Dr. Gilbert to try and understand how this doctor of mental diseases found his way into the business world.
Wayne Williams, also known as Th Atlanta Child Killer still remain as the prime suspect of the killings of more than twenty blacks youths from 1979-1981 in Atlanta, Georgia, although he was only charged with killing two black adults. It all began when a woman came a cross two male corpses hidden under a bush on the side of the road. The first victim, 14 years old Edward Smith was reported missing a week before was found shot with a .22 caliber. The second victim was 13 year old Alfred Evans was reported missing three days before died by asphyxiation. These two gruesome discoveries was only the beginning. These killings went on for 22 months. Milton Harvey, age 14, was also found dead along with two more child victims: Yusef Bell had been strangled, and Angel Lenair was
T. Eaton Co. Limited, or more commonly known as Eaton’s, was founded in Toronto in 1869, by Timothy Eaton . It was one of the most successful department store retailers in Canada during the late 1800s to mid 1900s. Timothy Eaton’s success can be attributed to his strategy of appealing to the upper working class with disposable income and lower middle class as this reached a larger consumer base. Moreover, his introduction of the mail-order catalogue, his determination and detailed attention to the company’s accounting and finances, the increased urbanization and living standards, along with many more factors, led to Eaton’s success. Despite Eaton’s downfall in the 1970s, and finally bankruptcy in 1999 , it is undeniable that Eaton made some innovative changes to the retail landscape that differentiated itself, and are still present to this day. Firstly, all goods were sold at fixed cash prices, such that there would be no bartering, or price negotiations; so goods could not be purchased on credit. The introduction of the money-back guarantee was effective in gaining the loyalty of its customers: “Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded” .
Mr. Cinton is a twenty-three-year old, Hispanic of Puerto Rican descent male. He was referred to the Evolutions Treatment facility for his Substance abuse usage. Mr. Cintron reported his struggle with substance abuse has impacted his daily functioning. The purpose of the current evaluation is to (1) assess present level of functioning, and (2) identify relevant treatment and service needs.
Larry Darnell Booker, III is an 18 year old African American male who is before the court for disposition. On March 17, 2017, Larry appeared before the Honorable Judge Alotha C. Willis of the Portsmouth Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court charged with gang participation, possession of stolen property and conspiracy to possess stolen property. Larry was represented by Nathan Chapman, Attorney at Law and Artisha Gregg represented the Commonwealth. Prior to any evidence being heard, a plea agreement was reached. Larry pled guilty to possession of stolen property and the other criminal charges were nolle prossed. A social history was ordered and the matter was continued to May 10, 2017. Larry was placed at Portsmouth City Jail.
Tavon Austin is one of the NFL’s most explosive receivers. Anytime he has the ball in his hands it’s a pure treat to see, unless you’re a defender or a fan of the opposing team. Whether it’s special teams or on offense, Austin made things happen which is exactly why the Rams want to get the ball in his hands at all cost.
CCIB received a SOC 341 via email from Maria Doreen Ainsleigh (medical SW) regarding Terrylee Young (DOB 2/18/1948). RP reported that Terrylee stated that some of the nurses treat her and other residents bad (did not state how). RP reported that Terrylee stated that the staff (names unknown) yells and scream at her and other residents (LPA contacted the SW and Terrylee neither parties could tell me what staff says). RP reported that Terrylee also stated that the Administrator Joe Johnson curses at her and the other residents when they are having problems in the facility. RP reported that Terrylee said that Joe told her on occasion “tough shit” when she has told him about problems. On LPA contact phone call on 3/17/2017, with Terrylee about
Adam Kelly Ward, 24, of Texas was charged and convicted for capital murder of a housing and zoning code enforcement officer for the city of Commerce in Hunt County, about 60 miles NE of Dallas. On June 13th, 2005, at the time of the crime Ward was living at home with his father. Ward was outside washing his car when Walker, the enforcement officer, arrived to talk photos for a report after many recorded property violations. Apparently this set Ward off because he then sprayed Walker with the water hose. At this time Walker called for help while Ward disappeared into the house. Wards father then emerged to tell Walker it might be best to leave, excluding the fact he suspected his son to possible have a gun in his bedroom. Then Ward reemerge
Tim Shaw is a former football player who was recently was diagnosed with ALS. He plays for the Tennessee Titans. Shaw, age 30 revealed his diagnosis in a video posted on the Titan's website. He is the latest NFL player to be diagnosed with ALS. Dave Mirra a BMX Star who had CTE died due to a gunshot on February 4. He is the very first action sport athlete to be diagnosed with CTE. An autopsy technician found out that he had CTE. Scientist believe repeated head trauma can cause CTE.
A Wyandotte County coroner is working on a case involving a Kansas City man and a child’s bones that were found on his property. This case has reached national headlines because of claims that say the child was beat to death and the body was fed to pigs. It is known that the bones had been in a pig enclosure in a barn for several weeks. It is believed the victim is the 7-year-old son of Michael A. Jones. Jones has been accused of child abuse, aggravated assault, and aggravated battery, but as the case is further investigated more charges will appear. Police were reporting to domestic violence involving Jones’s wife and police were told the son had been missing. The investigation is being conducted by the prosecution's office, the local Sheriff
The readings on this case, I understood Deal’s thought process on why she felt violated along with Lucas with their recorded call conversations. Reviewing the Deal v. Spears case, broaden several terms that could cause monitoring and recording violation acts. Newell Spears action after the burglary, “told a sheriff’s department investigator that he was considering monitoring; and with reply from the sheriff, stating, “He did not see anything wrong with that (Twomey, D.P., 2013 pg. 650).” That statement from the sheriff pursued Spears to take actions to monitoring calls without proper disclosure and notification to the employee Lucas without return of the employer’s acknowledgement.
Should I attend the meeting with Keith Hubert? I have no problem attending know the answers to many of the potential questions list on the prep sheet handed out in the DOL meeting. I have no problem coming but do not want to be a detriment to the team by not being able to response to questions intelligently if asked. The last date that I got was 4/20 9:30 AM 734A Hampton III, is this correct?
Countless of different patients come to seek healthcare and advice for a variety of reasons including certain signs and symptoms they feel that their health is threatened by. It is a crucial skill that health practitioners have a working knowledge of different pathologies patients can present with to direct the patient appropriately towards the correct diagnosis and thus, prescribe the most effective treatment in return. Mr Smith is a 63-year-old male suffering from hypertension and diabetes for the last 20 years. He irregularly monitors blood pressure and blood glucose levels as well as inconsistently uses Minidiab and Tritace for treatment. He presents with shortness of breath worsening over the past five weeks as well as other multiple symptomologies. Throughout this case study, we will examine the pathophysiology of Mr Smith’s health concerns, clarify and interpret the physical examination outcomes and laboratory tests. Through the exams, we will then propose a number of possible and justified diagnoses and after that lead to further diagnostic tests suggested as a result of these interpretations.