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I do think there is a phobia out there. I wrote an essay at a national conference last year. I mentioned that as an ambulatory nurse, I found it a little more difficult to implement in-patient based policies into the outpatient settings and that it was nice to have some resources from the association that I was affiliated with. The essay was written at the conference, and to be only published in their newsletter. At work later, I let a co-worker read my original handwritten version. She thought it was great, so she told our manager (not a nurse) to read it. He was very troubled and told me that if any higher ups would read my essay, it would look like he didn't know how to do his job. I was floored. I think any hint of bad press is terrifying to our employers.
I see you well. I Write what I know and think always. Seems to me it can take me a long way because I'm really familiar with it. It makes my essay really flawless and seamless. When writing content for my essay, I need to pour in my heart on it. Writing an critical paper is really challenging.I have read good article https://essmart.org/critical-analysis-essay/ with useful tips about it
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