Beyond Bedside Manner
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📒Beyond Bedside Manner ✍ Shareef Mahdavi
✏Beyond Bedside Manner Book Summary : Why is it that some businesses seem to get it when it comes to customer experience, while others miss it completely? The same could be said of medical practices. Doctors are constantly looking for new ways to improve their practices. The problem is they're often looking in the wrong places. Beyond Bedside Manner guides the practice to redefine the doctor-patient relationship in ways that create much more value for the doctor, the patient, and the practice. With insights gained across 3 decades of working with practices across many specialties, author Shareef Mahdavi shows the way to build the modern practice based on creating a memorable patient experience on par with our best customer experiences.
📒Beyond Bedside Manner ✍ Jaime G. Corvalan, MD, FACS
✏Beyond Bedside Manner Book Summary : The purpose of “Beyond Bedside Manner” isn't simply to maintain your optimal physical body - it's to actively participate in the blessings of an increased life span by moving us towards higher levels of consciousness. The soul needs a physical body in which to live out its adventure - the human experience - as it seeks to fulfill its specific, transcendent purpose. The soul needs time to unfold its meaning to bring forth a new consciousness. “Beyond Bedside Manner” brings you everything you need to know to maintain your body so your soul may thrive and achieve its purpose.
📒The Billionaire S Bedside Manner ✍ Robyn Grady
✏The Billionaire s Bedside Manner Book Summary : An unexpected visitor was not something billionaire Mateo Celeca wanted to deal with on his vacation. Especially one as beautiful and mysterious as Bailey Ross. She claimed his grandmother had sent her, so he offered her a place to stay. But there was no way he was leaving his "guest" alone at his mansion. If Bailey needed a refuge, she'd come with him…to Paris. Being with Mateo soon made Bailey forget all the reasons she'd vowed to avoid romantic entanglements. But falling into bed with him could lead her dangerously close to revealing all her secrets…and falling in love.
📒Bedside Manners ✍ Sam Keenleyside
✏Bedside Manners Book Summary : A biography of the actor known for his work on the television series ER and his various movie roles includes a viewers guide to ER and a section of "Cloonyisms"
📒Beyond The Resume ✍ Peter Gray
✏Beyond the Resume Book Summary : Using the right phrases at the right moment can make all the difference! It can generate real interest in you, provoke more questions, and show an interviewer that you are the right person for the job. The same applies to written communications such as letters or emails and to voice mail messages. Like learning a foreign language, these phrases, when practiced carefully and used properly, become natural and powerful techniques by which to express oneself. The advice, materials, and phrases in Beyond the Resume arm you with appropriate actions to take and phrases to use. It is not the intent of the book to "prop you up" to sound like someone you are not. Instead, it is to help you speak to your strengths, experiences, and know-how. The book is a "soup to nuts" kind of book that takes you from the point of initial contact with the hiring authority, through interviewing, and on to closing the deal.
📒Bedside Manner ✍ David Coleman
✏Bedside Manner Book Summary : Bedside Manner--A Practical Guide To Interacting With Patients, is a book long overdue. Although advances in medical science occur daily, the act of genuine compassion is rarely seen. This book defines bedside manner far beyond the doctor-patient realm and expands the concept to where it really lies--with all who contact the patient. Providers and staff alike can find benefit through enhancing personal communication skills and ultimately refining the art of their trade. No matter where patients go for care or what specialty they need, this topic permeates all facets of medicine. Bedside Manner provides clear, understandable examples of good and bad healthcare interactions and ways to avoid common pitfalls.
📒Bedside Manner ✍ Robin Hutcheon
✏Bedside Manner Book Summary : In Hong Kong the responsibility for building and operating hospitals used to be shared between the Government of Hong Kong and a number of charities, including religious orders, some with traditions dating back to the earliest times. Unfortunately this dual system of government and subverted hospitals was not integrated, leading to problems of coordination and management and resulting in gaps and duplication in services, inefficient and ineffective use of resources as well as low staff morale. Overseas experts were invited by the Hong Kong Government to study the situation in the mid-1980s. Finally the Government adopted their proposal and set up an autonomous body, the Hospital Authority, to tackle this crucial problem. The development of this local health care system since the 1980s, the setting up of the Hospital Authority and its work in the past few years form the subject of this book.
📒By The Bedside Of The Patient ✍ Nortin M. Hadler, M.D.
✏By the Bedside of the Patient Book Summary : In By the Bedside of the Patient, Nortin Hadler places current efforts to reform medical education--from the undergraduate level through residency programs and on to continuing medical education--in historical context. In doing so, he traces the evolution of medical school curricula, residency and fellowship programs, and the clinical practices they promoted. Hadler examines crucial junctures in history to locate the seeds for reform. Some believe that medical education and training should highlight literature, ethics, and culture, while others emphasize science and efficiency to abbreviate the time from entry to licensure. Neither of these approaches, Hadler argues, maintains or improves patient care, which should be at the core of medical education and practice. Hadler contends that most reform attempted thus far constitutes, at best, little more than a reshuffling of the basic curriculum and, at worst, an augmenting of medicine's predilection to measure, grade, and record. Examining generational changes in medical education, Hadler mines sixty years of training and practice to identify mistaken approaches and best practices. Ultimately, in the contemporary era of managed care, Hadler argues for a clinical practice that draws on the best available scientific knowledge, transmits the wisdom of experienced clinicians, reforges an empathetic relationship between physician and patient, and treats each patient as an individual--all centered on restoring the mandate to care.
📒Beyond Limits ✍ Laura Griffin
✏Beyond Limits Book Summary : An FBI agent and a Navy SEAL race against time in New York Times bestselling author Laura Griffin’s newest Tracers novel. “Griffin delivers the goods!” (Publishers Weekly) FBI agent Elizabeth LeBlanc is still caught in the aftermath of her last big case when she runs into the one man from her past who is sure to rock her equilibrium even more. Navy SEAL Derek Vaughn is back home from a harrowing rescue mission in which he found evidence of a secret terror cell on US soil. Elizabeth knows he’ll do anything to unravel the plot—including seducing her for information. And despite the risks involved, she’s tempted to let him. Together with the forensics experts at the Delphi Center, Derek and Elizabeth are closing in on the truth, but it may not be fast enough to avert a devastating attack… Following in the bestselling tradition of the Tracers series, including Exposed, Scorched, and Twisted, Beyond Limits pulls out all the stops with Griffin’s most gripping thriller yet.
📒Beyond Forgetting You ✍ Kathleen Cortese
✏Beyond Forgetting You Book Summary : This family saga takes place in Ireland and New York City in the second half of the nineteenth century. It begins in 1849 when a thirteen-year-old boy, through a cruel twist of fate, lands at the tip of the island at Castle Garden. Frightened and alone, James Barry simply walks off the ship onto the citys congested streets and begins his adventure. For the next fourteen years he works on the docks and lives in the Bowery until, so disgusted by the draft riots, he signs up on a clipper and spends the next two years on the open seas. He winds up back in Ireland and meets and marries a girl from his own village. After three children and a futile attempt at farming land he knew he could never own he heads back to post Civil War America. Beyond Forgetting You is a personal account of how James family co-existed with their neighbors in a Westside tenement in lower Manhattan. The story is simultaneously told through his youngest daughters journals. Bridget optimistically describes her life and her familys plight to become middle-class. She tells the intricacies of inner-city living and gives a realistic look at social problems and how the lower class dealt with events, politics, ideas and uptown opulence. Manhattan was then much as it is today, a very overcrowded and exciting city where the family constantly struggled to survive while never losing their simple pleasure in being alive.