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Down the hall, Cruz stood beside Polly Loonsk, 88, a petite woman lying on a bed. She took one of Loonsks wrists, while Hall, the class instructor, took the other. Cruz looked at her watch and said, Now. The room fell silent as they took Loonsks pulse. I got 63, Cruz said. Perfect, Hall said; because I got 65. The students count must be within four beats of the testers. read the articleThe students, mostly seniors, arrive with different backgrounds; some have family members who are nurses; some grew up in the same house with grandparents and know a little about how to care for older people. No one in 18-year-old Eve Ouangrawas family works in health care, but she thinks she wants to become a doctor, and this might help her decide. Being a doctor is so many long years of schooling, she said. This is an opportunity for me to know if I really, really want to do it. Cruz thinks she wants to be a forensic psychologist, but she feels an obligation to her family to consider health care.site link
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