I worked as an administrator for the American College of Physicians for 23 years. I was the staff liaison for several committees. It was my responsibility to produce minutes, reports, agendas for each meeting, as well as to provide the follow-up to any action taken by the committee. I developed the Young Physicians Handbook for Starting a Practice. It was a nuts and bolts approach to setting up a medical practice, covering licensing through credentialing - everything a physician needed to know to start a practice. It was very well accepted, distributed to teaching hospitals throughout the US, and updated three times to keep it current.
After retiring from the College, I kept my skills current by writing papers for College students on a variety of subjects. All received high grades.
As part of my MA degree requirement, I had to write a thesis. I wrote mine on "The Toronto Globe and Mail and the Defeat of the German Air Force." It was an empirical study on the way in which
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