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📒Room 2 Room by Connie Mccarty
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📒Room 2 Room by Charlie McCarthy
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📒Anatomy Of Medical Errors The Patient In Room 2 by Donna Helen Crisp
Anatomy of Medical Errors The Patient in Room 2 Summary : A surgeon unknowingly damages the intestines of a nurse expecting only an overnight stay after surgery, beginning a chain of more tragic and preventable errors. The consequences result in the nurse spending several weeks on an ICU ventilator in a drug-induced coma, having four additional surgeries, and requiring a pump to drain the raging infection from her open abdomen. As she awakens and tries to come to terms with what happened to her, she realizes the hospital and doctors will never tell her the whole truth; she has to find out what went wrong on her own. In order to heal, she determines to write and share her story so others may learn how infections, adverse events, and medical errors occur frequently in hospitals, sometimes resulting in death. More than a narrative, Anatomy of Medical Errors: The Patient in Room 2 shines light on the dysfunction that underpins many hospital organizations, especially teaching hospitals, including silencing of the patient, provider arrogance, flawed coordination of care, poor communication, and lack of ownership for outcomes. Forever changed by the experience, author Donna Helen Crisp uses her struggles to teach nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals how to prevent or avoid potentially dangerous situations, recognize warning signs, and work collaboratively to provide transparent patient care. This book provides an ethical and critical thought process framework for care providers and others through a compelling story about hospital culture. Readers who want to understand how delivery of care works in fast-paced and complex healthcare environments will come away engaged and informed.
📒1 The Glass Room 2 The Spirit Stone 3 Bear Hugs 4 Believe by Beverly Machado
1 THE GLASS ROOM 2 THE SPIRIT STONE 3 BEAR HUGS 4 BELIEVE Summary : The Glass Room While the failing economy is hurting our youth, our adults, and our senior citizens, will it also cause true lovers to be separated from each other. The Spirit Stone Forefather’s forefathers' as far back as the legend goes, tells of a spirit stone, but never had one ever been seen. Is it possible that now between enemy Indian Tribes could such a stone hold their spirits together? Bear Hugs Could the strong love a child has for all animals save her when she becomes lost in an unfamiliar forest? Believe Billy’s aunt told him, “You have to believe in yourself before anyone can believe in you.” Other books by Beverly Machado Judge Me Not Caught Between Good And Evil
📒Epsilon Of Room Two by Terence Tao
Epsilon of Room Two Summary : There are many bits and pieces of folklore in mathematics that are passed down from advisor to student, or from collaborator to collaborator, but which are too fuzzy and nonrigorous to be discussed in the formal literature. Traditionally, it was a matter of luck and location as to who learned such ``folklore mathematics''. But today, such bits and pieces can be communicated effectively and efficiently via the semiformal medium of research blogging. This book grew from such a blog. In 2007 Terry Tao began a mathematical blog to cover a variety of topics, ranging from his own research and other recent developments in mathematics, to lecture notes for his classes, to nontechnical puzzles and expository articles. The first two years of the blog have already been published by the American Mathematical Society. The posts from the third year are being published in two volumes. This second volume contains a broad selection of mathematical expositions and self-contained technical notes in many areas of mathematics, such as logic, mathematical physics, combinatorics, number theory, statistics, theoretical computer science, and group theory. Tao has an extraordinary ability to explain deep results to his audience, which has made his blog quite popular. Some examples of this facility in the present book are the tale of two students and a multiple-choice exam being used to explain the $P = NP$ conjecture and a discussion of "no self-defeating object" arguments that starts from a schoolyard number game and ends with results in logic, game theory, and theoretical physics. The first volume consists of a second course in real analysis, together with related material from the blog, and it can be read independently.
📒The Mosaics Of Antioch by Sheila D. Campbell
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📒Protection by NHS Estates
Protection Summary : Supersedes 1st ed. 1993 (ISBN 0113215789). On cover & title page: efm-standards
📒The Old Lady In Room 2 by Isabel Molison Templeton
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📒The Nightmare Room 2 Locker 13 by R.L. Stine
The Nightmare Room 2 Locker 13 Summary : When Luke Greene, a superstitious seventh-grader, arrives for the first day of school, he is terrified when he discovers that he has been assigned to locker number 13.
📒Flooring by Great Britain. Department of Health. Estates and Facilities Division
Flooring Summary : This publication sets out guidance on the technical design and output specifications of flooring in healthcare buildings, and although it is mainly concerned with new building work, the information is also applicable to the renewal of flooring in existing buildings.