The Closing And Opening Of A Millennium : A Journey From Old To New Thinking (Wisdom From The Field Series)
ISBN : 978096482640
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The Closing and Opening of a Millennium : A Journey From Old to New Thinking (Wisdom from the Field Series)
The Wisdom From The Field Series: Every person, at one time or another, will need the services of health care. That alone speaks to the importance of this series. The quality of our health care system will impact the quality of life for every member of our society. The health care system is experiencing major transformation. This four book series uncovers the work necessary to create the best place to receive health care and the best place for those who provide the care to work. The content reflects the lessons learned from thousands of people across the continent committed to co-create such a system. The four fundamental characteristics necessary to create the best place will be progressively explored throughout the series. No one will be untouched by the wisdom shared from those who give and receive care who are actively doing this work. The Closing and Opening of a Millennium: A Journey From Old To New Thinking is the first in the series. It will challenge one's thinking about the essence of health care. It will explore the old and new thinking patterns that have influenced the quality of care. The book will bring poignant lessons from the largest group of health care givers in the world, the nurse. It will bring alive the importance of what clinicians and recipients of care believe "matters most" via powerful clinical stories. The clarity will provide hope and a sense of direction that will ignite you to take action and create a health care system for this new millennium. This book is also available on audiocassette.
Specifications of The Closing and Opening of a Millennium : A Journey From Old to New Thinking (Wisdom from the Field Series)
|Publisher||Practice Field Pub|
|Number Of Pages||176|
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