You are asked by the CEO of your hospital to contribute to the annual report. She wants you to write a five-page paper generally describing each of the ten departments in your hospital (Dermatology, Oncology, Gastroenterology, Pulmonary, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics, and Neurology).

  • Include the most common diseases seen in each department, using examples of patient cases from each department.
  • Include the principal procedures and services that are relevant to each department.
  • Highlight pertinent laboratory and radiological diagnostic services contributed to each of the ten departments.
  • Identify the specialty teams in the respective departments and the services they offer.

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Writer’s Name:_____Sandra Villarreal_____________________________
Reviewer’s Name: _____Joseph Eichhorn___________________________
For our final essay, each writer is to craft a thesis and then explore the idea from one of the three critical perspectives (feminist, historical or psychoanalytical). Remember that while the writer needs to clearly focus on one of the perspectives, he or she needs to briefly demonstrate an understanding of the perspectives he or she did not choose. Your close review of this essay will surely help the writer stay on track, clarify or deepen his or her thesis, and compose a more readable and thought-provoking final paper.
What is the writer’s thesis? Please note it below. If there is no clear thesis, does the writer offer an idea that might be developed into a main claim? Please excerpt and discuss.
There was no Clear thesis statement in this paper? What is trying to be conveyed in the following “However, she begins to defy them and at the end rejects all her social responsibilities. This is brought out from her desire to live in a society that is not male dominant. Many readers see the feminist perspective as the foundation of the novel. This can be shown by Edna’s passion to get some freedom and independence, something that was not acceptable in the 1800s. By reading through the chapters, the reader gets a picture of a society that is dominated by male gender.” can be used to create a thesis statement. Ex. The Awakening is a tale of a woman no longer satisfied with living in a Male Dominated world, using a feminist viewpoint examples will be shown that can attest Edna’s imprisonment and growth.
Which critical perspective did the writer emphasize? Did the writer show a thorough understanding of the perspective? How? Please excerpt from the paper and comment upon the writer’s knowledge and…

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