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The Office of Human Resources is a proud supporter of Florida SouthWestern State's dedication to student success. The HR team is here to provide you, our employees, with the information and resources you need so you too are able to focus on our students and their success.




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If you would like to stay informed about the latest in chiropractic care or if you want to start receiving free articles about health and wellness news, subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, even if you are not a patient. We also offer a community content area, which includes wellness articles and other healthcare resources.


Records and radiology images are stored electronically offsite. The state of Georgia regulates how much we can charge per page to cover the costs of labor, time, and resources needed to prepare your request. Grady complies with state and federal regulations related to the release of medical record information.


We aim to make transferring your credits to another school to continue your education as easy as possible. We've designed this Transfer Planning Guide to answer your questions regarding a transfer. This guide will help you plan your semesters, answer frequently asked questions, and provide some great resources to aid you in your transfer process.


Private aid is any financial assistance not awarded by the U.S. government, Indiana, or Ivy Tech Community College, such as a scholarship provided by a business, community organization, or foundation. Private funding can be found in your local community and nationwide. Every source of private aid will likely have a unique application process with unique eligibility requirements, so you'll need to do some research to find opportunities that fit your situation. Examples of eligibility requirements include financial need, academic performance, affiliation with a special interest or organization, or affinity with a cause.


All of the MSN academic advisors will be responding to emails from this address. You may also schedule an appointment with any advisor for the first available appointment. Please follow the link to schedule an in-person or phone appointment -colleges/conhi/academics/student-resources/advising-grad-nursing.


Your academic success is our highest goal. From the start of your program, UTA resources are available to help you reach your goal of graduation. Each student is assigned an academic coach who is a highly qualified, experienced leader in their field, and has earned a master's or doctorate degree. This academic role assists the professor and supports the student by providing feedback and answers to course-related questions.


We understand that your financial position is unique. When you choose to partner with our Farmington financial agents and representatives , we dedicate our team and considerable resources to helping you achieve your short- and long-term goals. Our experts develop an individualized approach that prioritizes your needs and fiscal well-being. We're prepared to assist you with:


You can count on our Farmington agents and representatives to be your trustworthy partners throughout the year. Whether you have a specific question regarding your retirement strategy or would like to review an investment, we're a quick phone call away. From the moment you reach out to our firm, we dedicate the entirety of our resources to supporting you and your family. You'll find our team to be passionate, meticulous, and committed to your success.


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Numerous and diverse opportunities are available; however, students must seek out, apply for and obtain an internship or equivalent experience on their own. The college and the SCM department do not place students directly into internships. Students will be provided resources and tips (below) to assist them in independently seeking, securing and succeeding in internship experiences.


Our Online Guide to Joint Replacement was compiled to provide our patients with helpful resources so you understand your care options, what to expect with your treatment, and how to best protect your continued joint health.


Our Online Guide to Hand & Upper Extremity Care was developed to provide our patients with access to helpful hand and upper extremity-related resources available at your fingertips. Understand your care options and better equip yourself in injury prevention measures.


This type of law implicates the right to travel, which is one of the fundamental rights protected by the Constitution. As a result, strict scrutiny rather than rational basis or intermediate scrutiny is the appropriate level of review. As established by the Slaughter-House Cases (1872), the textual source for the right to travel may be found in the Privileges and Immunities Clause, which ensures that new citizens of a state have the same privileges and immunities as long-standing citizens of the state. All of the citizens of the United States are protected under this clause through their federal citizenship, and states must establish a compelling interest to justify restricting the right to travel. They also must show that they have chosen a narrowly tailored means to achieve that interest.The California law is a penalty based on a discriminatory distinction between new and long-standing citizens. There appears to be no compelling interest that justifies it, since it is unclear that people move to this state to take advantage of its generous welfare benefits.


California, which has the sixth highest welfare benefit levels in the country, sought to amend its Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) program in 1992 by limiting new residents, for the first year they live in the State, to the benefits they would have received in the State of their prior residence. Cal. Welf. & Inst. Code Ann. 11450.03. Although the Secretary of Health and Human Services approved the change-a requirement for it to go into effect-the Federal District Court enjoined its implementation, finding that, under Shapiro v. Thompson, 394 U. S. 618, and Zobel v. Williams, 457 U. S. 55, it penalized "the decision of new residents to migrate to [California] and be treated [equally] with existing residents," Green v. Anderson, 811 F. Supp. 516, 521. After the Ninth Circuit invalidated the Secretary's approval of 11450.03 in a separate proceeding, this Court ordered Green to be dismissed. The provision thus remained inoperative until after Congress enacted the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA), which replaced AFDC with Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF). PRWORA expressly authorizes any State receiving a TANF grant to pay the benefit amount of another State's TANF program to residents who have lived in the State for less than 12 months. Since the Secretary no longer needed to approve 11450.03, California announced that enforcement would begin on April 1, 1997. On that date, respondents filed this class action, challenging the constitutionality of 11450.03's durational residency requirement and PRWORA's approval of that requirement. In issuing a preliminary injunction, the District Court found that PRWORA's existence did not affect its analysis in Green. Without reaching the merits, the Ninth Circuit affirmed the injunction.


The analysis most often included age, race/ethnicity, gender, education, income, marital status, employment status, number of children/family size/household size, health insurance status or Medicaid eligibility and housing status (including homeownership/housing tenure/household tenure) as confounding factors.


The onset of mortgage indebtedness appears to be associated with deteriorating mental health [14]. Persons who failed to pay their mortgage or whose house was repossessed reported a particularly high prevalence of mental and physical health impairments [27]. They experienced poorer health relative to homeowners with no housing strain for every measure examined, including the number of days in the past month during which time mental health was impaired (other measures include self-rated health, psychological distress, the number of days in the past month during which time physical health was impaired and physical symptoms). McLaughlin et al. [12] also found foreclosure to be associated with an increased rate of symptoms pertaining to major depression and generalized anxiety disorder.


Lenton and Mosley [11] found that both psychological and physical health was affected by debt. Two intermediating variables influence the linkages: a high-interest debt repayment structure and worry exacerbate debt problems and influence health-seeking behaviour. Financial concern was also a significant linear predictor of mental and physical health in a study conducted by Jessop, Herberts and Solomon [21]. Increased financial concern was consistently associated with worse health. It appeared to mediate all of the negative impacts of the amount of debt on health per se.


Generally, financial stress was found to be higher in families with more children, with more income units and dependents and with an older head of the household as well as among families from ethnic minorities [23]. This was especially the case when families were reliant on government pensions and benefits. Financial stress was found to be lower in families with higher disposable incomes and housing values.


Individuals use various strategies to cope with the financial burden caused by the high cost of prescription medication. Martin et al. [28] found that those using the cost-coping strategy of borrowing money had worse psychosocial health and greater disability. Those with mounting credit card debt reported worse physical functioning and self-rated health and a greater sense of helplessness. The cost-coping strategy of medication underuse was associated with worse psychological health, greater disability and depressive symptoms. 041b061a72


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