The searchable supporting website contains various maps and documentsincluding the original German text of Der Feldzug von in Frankreich Berlin, ; this is taken from the edition and Lord Liverpool's partial translation made for Wellington's use. A Critique of Waterloo. University of Oklahoma Press series Campaigns and Commanders It contains the translator's own introduction; a version of Clausewitz's campaign study; an "epilogue" discussing the campaign study's publication history notably hostile to Wellington ; orders of battle for the armies involved; and bibliographical data.
A mother, Johanna Back, writes on the tragic implications to her daughter, Chloe, of a tubing misconnection and her advocacy moving forward. John James tells the story of how his son, Alex, died under the care of cardiologists, how the system failed to respond in any substantive way, and how to fix the system so others do not have similar experiences.
Welch, a woman with cancer, dies after receiving poor care for an infection. Her physician-son, Jonathan Welch, calls on the health system to involve patients and families in improving safety.
A father writes anonymously about the death of his daughter, Julia, offering his perspective on the system that broke down and efforts to reduce medical errors. A family describes how diagnostic and medication errors led to a temporary coma.
The article features the views of both the patient, Shirley Adams, and her husband, Robert, and an accompanying editorial discusses disclosing errors to patients.
Barbara Farlow describes a painful and tragic story of Annie, her daughter, and the care she received after her birth with Trisomy Dan Ford, a health care professional, describes the tragic journey his wife and family were on in the aftermath of medical error. Standards, Audits, and Saying I'm Sorry: An Engineer's Family Proposes Solutions Doug Wojcieszak lost his oldest brother, Jim, to medical errors in and his family successfully sued the hospital and doctors, with the case settling in This commentary by Dale Micalizzi, the mother of Justin, and Marie Bismark, a patient safety leader, outlines a service recovery model to help providers communicate effectively with patients and their families after an adverse event.
She never received an apology. Aortic Dissection at Any Age: The Tyler Kahle Story The story of the tragic death of a young man, Tyler Kahle, after coming to the hospital for treatment.
He died from an undetected rupture inside his chest — a tearing of the aorta called thoracic aortic dissection. Their stories show how systemic problems in the quality of health care can have a permanent impact on lives.
Listening Communication failures and the lack of listening have caused irreparable harm in the lives of countless patients.
While these errors are not intentional, they are preventable. The critical issue of listening is examined through the stories of several patients whose loved ones have been injured in the health care system. A number of films focus on specific issues.
My Story Susan Sheridan speaks on how medical errors impacted her family and forever changed her life. Her son experienced brain damage at birth as a result of failure to do adequate newborn testing, and her husband was misdiagnosed with a spinal tumor that eventually took his life.
Profiles the preventable death of Josie King while under hospital care after the month-old suffered second-degree burns. Underscored are the efforts of her mother, Sorrel King, her family, and friends for accountability, learning, and improvement.
Rick van Pelt, her physician, tell the story of her tragic medical error that led from near death to healing and the formation of a national organization MITSS to support patients, family members, and staff in the aftermath of adverse events.
This short film by Transparent Health and SolidLine Media shares information with the health care consumer on what happens when a medical error occurs.This is an excellent introduction to all aspects of talent management and is notable for its mantra of simplicity and transparency.
In a field where complex forms and onerous bureaucratic processes seem to be the norm, this book is a breath of fresh air.
Action Circle Consultants: A group of mentors that work with organizations, social entrepreneurs and not for profit organizations who have a vision for creating and sustaining positive change in the community. Annotated Bibliography of Technology’s Impacts on Economic Growth For the period –99, the combination of innovation and capital deepening (acquisition of technology through capital investment) accounted for two-thirds of Annotated Bibliography of Technology's Impacts on Economic Growth.
The innovation based strategic management in this model links environmental changes, strategic innovation and business results. In this article, the authors argue that the kind of innovation that has led to improved business performance is not necessarily that which is based on the technological changes.
Innovation and Strategic Management Paper with Annotated Bibliography Abstract 1 – Strategic Planning vs. Strategy Innovation In business, it is essential to differentiate between strategic planning and strategy innovation.
Quotes. What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention, and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it.