In my first meeting with her I am struck with two things

پنجشنبه 21 تير 1397
10:46
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In my first meeting with her I am struck with two things. She has a lively buzzing energy that keeps her in touch with all the things going on in the world immediately surrounding her and she is totally focused on her husband's well being. Let's go back to the immediate questions on hand. Good decision making is based on good information, the first thing that needs to be accomplished is for Agnes to gain insight into the process that now confronts her. Bill is now within the protective care of the hospital so his immediate welfare is in the hands of professionals. The most useful information for Agnes at this time would be a sense of time frame. Is Bill going to be undergoing surgery? When? How long do people usually stay after such a surgery? What is the most common post surgical course of treatment for this procedure? A caution here: We must take into account that people are individuals, with unique characteristics that will influence the rate of their recovery and their particular response to treatment but having said that, there are general guidelines that a physician is aware of and able to apply to each of his patients. The key question here is how can Agnes best find out what she needs to know? In the hospital setting the course of treatment is coordinated by the Attending Physician.

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They may not know all the nuances of health care

پنجشنبه 21 تير 1397
10:45
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Here's To the Dedicated Wivesby: Geoffrey MartynIn the course of my day at the hospital I come in to contact with a lot of people and I come into contact with a lot of loving family members.This little paragraph is about the wives...I am in awe of the real love, attention, loyalty and total dedication I see coming from these often-diminutive women... there to give it their best shot on behalf of their husband. They may not know all the nuances of health care but collectively they represent a solid base of support in rocky seas, complete with a solid portfolio of care skills, learned on the front lines of the quest to raise a good family in times when money was tight and jobs scarce. The following story is fictitious, but written to illustrate some of the issues that confront family member when a loved one is hospitalized.AGNES ... Agnes is a pleasant lady in her early eighties, her husband is also a friendly guy mid eighties, retired plumber. She is concerned because he is in the hospital and it is in general, getting to the point where he needs his wife's help to mobilize..This alone would be a challenge for all of us, but more particularly a lady of this vintage. She needs to begin to look at her options, what should she do first ? Let's see...1.Review the state of her own health? 2.Figure out where the other family members fit into the scene? 3.Ask at the hospital about how long her husband is expected to be there? Hmmm...well, let's say her husband Bill is there because he slipped and fell, it's his first day in the hospital and he came in through the Emergency Room last night.

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Project management is project management

پنجشنبه 21 تير 1397
10:44
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Project management is project management, whether for aerospace or the medical field. While you may not have specific knowledge about aerospace, your Project Management experience still carries over. As much as possible, avoid being product or industry specific, unless the product or industry that you've worked in before aligns well with the position you're applying for. Whether in your resume or in the interview, steer away from being specific and direct yourself towards being more general; showing how your accomplishments and experience can provide a benefit towards their company and the project that they need managed. 6. Create a "WOW" factor For every position that you apply for, you must assume that 20-30 other qualified people out there are seeking that same position. With this overwhelming deluge of applications to sift through, the average resume may only receive a minute or less. Your resume and cover letter has to catch the attention of that hiring manager in that little time, or it just ends up in the scrap pile. Companies that are hiring want to know what you can do for them. They're assuming you meet the basic qualifications, or you wouldn't have bothered sending your resume in. A lengthy work history and education only shows that you're qualified, it doesn't have any "Wow factor." You want them to look at your resume and say, "I want to talk to this person" How do you wow a hiring manager? By showing off your accomplishments. Did you save $200,000 on a project that you managed? Did you negotiate a claim that brought back $150,000 to the project? How about finishing projects before the scheduled due date? What huge hurdles have you had to overcome in a project, yet still completed it? Make sure you brag about those.

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