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This time of year everything's starting to build up! Completely satisfied with moving the test date again, but that stilll doesn't reprieve us from studying at all!!! :)

by bkw002bkw002, 10 Nov 2008 14:06

This time of year everything's starting to build up! Completely satisfied with moving the test date again, but that stilll doesn't reprive us from studying at all!!! :)

by bkw002bkw002, 10 Nov 2008 14:06
I agree
ryanhanksryanhanks 10 Oct 2008 13:08
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I felt the same way about my policy paper and presentation. I was really dreading the question and answer part but it wasn't that bad.

I agree by ryanhanksryanhanks, 10 Oct 2008 13:08

Ok, Brandon, I have two questions for you. If a case of MRSA occurs in a school and it is closed down and cleaned, what happens when the students come back with some possibly already unknowing carriers of the bacteria, especially since not everyone carrying MRSA gets sick. Secondly, how is it that the Supreme Court will help to enforce this policy.
-Jamie

by jmag07_2011jmag07_2011, 09 Oct 2008 15:39
cjgradovillecjgradoville 08 Oct 2008 04:08
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After doing this policy paper and presenting my policy, I found it to actually not be that bad. Yes, I did complain at first but now that I am done with it I feel pretty good about it.

by cjgradovillecjgradoville, 08 Oct 2008 04:08

All of the steps of your policy involve educating patients. My question is how are these people to be educated, and what about those who speak little to no English.
-Jamie

by jmag07_2011jmag07_2011, 07 Oct 2008 15:54

In your conclusion, you make an argument that this policy will help farmers to save money. If it is true that using feed without antibiotics saves money, than why would farmers even bother with it. Wouldn't increasing the frequency of having to get a vet and prescribed antibiotics cost a lot more than using small levels of antibiotics to prevent animals from even getting sick. Also, would this policy apply to all forms of livestock or just to, say, chickens.
Jamie

by jmag07_2011jmag07_2011, 07 Oct 2008 15:47

All in all, good paper Brandi, but I don't understand the third point of your policy.

by jmag07_2011jmag07_2011, 07 Oct 2008 15:33
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bdc004bdc004 07 Oct 2008 02:47
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Thanks Jamie!
-Brianna

Re: by bdc004bdc004, 07 Oct 2008 02:47

A few questions for this policy that you may want to have an answer prepared for by your discussion is how this will affect Poseidon Proteins financially. Will such an expensive maneuver require layoffs? Is it possible that such a drastic plan of action will cause 'you' to go out of business?
-Jamie

by jmag07_2011jmag07_2011, 07 Oct 2008 00:24

Good policy Kayla, although I do have one question that you may want to think about. How is this going to be enforced and paid for? One option may be use the money from the fine to cover the cost of carrying out the policy. Also I thought your comment about farmers not understanding antibiotic resistance, while probably valid, sounded a little pointed and a possibly insulting to the overall intelligence of farmers. I did notice that while describing the penalties for noncompliance, you jumped from second offense to forth offense. Just some things to keep in mind.
Jamie

by jmag07_2011jmag07_2011, 06 Oct 2008 00:21
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elp001elp001 03 Oct 2008 00:40
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No problem Kelsey! Glad to help :)

Re: by elp001elp001, 03 Oct 2008 00:40
*KelseyP**KelseyP* 26 Sep 2008 18:46
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I just wanted to be obnoxious and comment on here - actually, I wanted to thank Emily for posting a VERY helpful website :) Her website on "farmers who are trying to prevent another E. coli or salmonella outbreak" gave me wonderful information that I will thankfully be able to use in my policy paper. I am slightly upset with myself that I didn't find this earlier, but I guess better late than never. I have a new source to use for my paper, and I think it's going to be of great help. Thanks Em! :)

by *KelseyP**KelseyP*, 26 Sep 2008 18:46

i am glad that the test is thrus!!! it will give me a little longer to understand the material better.

thankful by jason jacksonjason jackson, 11 Sep 2008 22:08

I think we should all just say Thursday because of Physiology and Nursing. I know this is Mackenzie's Birthday, and tests are not fun, but maybe that means that we can have treats or something after taking the test :)?

Thursday is my vote.

Laci

by ljs003ljs003, 11 Sep 2008 18:14

I would like to have the test on Tuesday because I don't want to have new material on the test and I just want to get it done and over with so I don't have to worry about it all week.
-Eileen Sorenson

by ems003ems003, 11 Sep 2008 17:31

Due to my work schedule, I would prefer the test to be on Tuesday, but it isn't a big deal if it's moved to Thursday.

by jmag07_2011jmag07_2011, 11 Sep 2008 16:36

I would definitely LOVE IT if the test is moved to Thursday!! I am a nursing major and would like to feel prepared for both tests and if the test is on Tuesday I dont think I will be…I think its a little better to spread things out..Also I know that people in physiology have a test on Tuesday which is all the more reason to move the test date to Thursday.

Briana

by bld002bld002, 11 Sep 2008 05:00

I would prefer to have the test on Thursday as several of us have a physiology test on Tuesday.
Emily

by elp001elp001, 11 Sep 2008 04:07

I really dont care either I dont want kenzie to have the test on her birthday. So tuesday or thursday is really fine for me! :)
Becky

by Becky LenhartBecky Lenhart, 11 Sep 2008 03:12
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