It is important for any medical employer to be familiar with a sample referral letter from doctors to avoid some misleading positive letters recommending a former doctor as efficient and responsible. An employer usually receives a recommendation letter stating good conducts of a person with excellent performance and if the employer does not investigate and easily believes the referral letter, it might cause them to hire an unprofessional doctor. It is possible that a particular hospital will get recommendations from a professional doctor, recommending his former colleague for a new position. For instance, an earlier colleague has recommended a drug -addicted anesthesiologist. From the letter it was stated that the doctor he was referring was an "excellent anesthesiologist". The referral letter is actually misleading due to the fact that the referred doctor was fired from his former hospital for the use of narcotics while on duty that put patients at significant risk.Those people who … [Read more...] about The Sample Referral Letter From Doctors – What it Does?
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The ghost of plagiarism has come back to haunt the literary scene in Germany once again. The young Berlin author Helene Hegemann, who turned 18 last weekend, recently admitted to lifting long passages by another author. But she wasn't the first. Last December, rumors circulated in the German press that Hamburg director Fatih Akin had copied sections of Alexander Wall's novel "Hotel Monopol" for his film "Soul Kitchen." Then in January, writer Uwe Tellkamp was accused of borrowing from Jens Wonneberger for his bestseller "Der Turm" ("The Tower"). Britain's star author J.K. Rowling has also recently been taken to court for similarities between "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" and a book by Adrian Jacobs. Copying has many names Indeed, literature always contains something borrowed: Every author is also a reader, Roland Koch, professor for creative writing at Siegen University, told Deutsche Welle. "Everything I read and perceive in my everyday life flows through me and … [Read more...] about Plagiarism debate irks authors who claim everything is derivative
If you plan on submitting an article for publication, the query letter is your new best friend. Written more frequently than any paying piece, this short letter is your chance to shine to the editor. In this newsletter, we are going to discuss the various parts of the query letter and ways to make them most effective. While I'll caution that, thus far, none of my queries have gotten me published, I can also promise that in my obsessive-compulsive mood, I have put a great deal of research into the subject.HeaderMost articles I have read recommend a simple header. I recommend your name, address, phone number, and email address. Mine is centered at the top of the page in 10 point, Times New Roman font, bold. Other options, if you are actually making money, is to invest in letterhead. Most articles I have read caution against a logo or images of any sort. While it might look good for a Writing.com sig, it seems to scream "amateur." Keep it simple. Also, I recommend you take a moment to … [Read more...] about Query Letter How To’s
On March 28, 1941, shortly after the devastating dawn of WWII, Virginia Woolf (January 15, 1882–March 28, 1941) filled her overcoat pockets with rocks and walked into the River Ouse behind her house never to emerge alive. A relapse of the all-consuming depression she had narrowly escaped in her youth had finally claimed her life. She left behind a remarkable body of work — from her poignant diaries to her magnificent essays to her little-known children’s books to “the longest and most charming love letter in literature” — and a cohort of heartbroken friends, but the most stirring thing she left behind was her suicide letter to her husband Leonard: Dearest, I feel certain I am going mad again. I feel we can’t go through another of those terrible times. And I shan’t recover this time. I begin to hear voices, and I can’t concentrate. So I am doing what seems the best thing to do. You have given me the greatest possible happiness. You … [Read more...] about March 28, 1941: Virginia Woolf’s Suicide Letter and Its Cruel Misinterpretation in the Media
This is in response to the article “Climate change may be starting to disrupt the planet’s seasons,” printed in the July 22 Maine Sunday Telegram. The article said that “due to four decades of satellite data, scientists have concluded, for the first time, that humans are pushing seasonal temperature out of balance – shifting the march of the seasons themselves.” Related Headlines Firefighter's life cut short, a reminder of our fragilityClimate change helps Lyme disease persistRingelstein will represent interests of all MainersWriter condemned Mary Mayhew, but shouldn't stop there The article goes on to state that “Ever-mindful of calculable uncertainty and climate deniers, the authors give odds of roughly five in one million of these changes occurring naturally without human influence.” Well, I hate to deflate their balloon and their extremely long four decades of satellite observations, but a million years of Antarctic ice core … [Read more...] about Letter to the editor: Millions of years of planet cycles rebuff article’s claim