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Author : Robert Pearl
language : en
Publisher: Public Affairs
Release Date : 2021-05-18

Uncaring written by Robert Pearl and has been published by Public Affairs this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-05-18 with Medical categories.


With our health care system both dysfunctional and constantly changing, how can doctors actually keep us healthy and safe? The spread of COVID-19 has brought the lives of doctors into sharper focus than ever before. We now see how the daily work of making important, even life-and-death decisions is frequently made harder. Hospitals and medical offices face budget problems, the influence of big pharmaceutical and insurance companies, as well as stress and long hours and massive amounts of bureaucracy and paperwork. And that was before the pandemic. In this important book, Dr. Robert Pearl--the former CEO of Permanente and a Stanford professor--shows how all these stresses have led to a toxic culture in medicine. Doctors resist change, leading to important clerical mistakes. They don't offer equal treatment to nonwhite patients. Their competitive work ethic leads to burnout and bad decisions. All these mistakes can be and frequently are matters of life and death. As we engage in a public debate about the appropriate role of government, technology, big pharma and insurance companies in our health care, we've paid little attention to what it actually feels like to be a doctor. In our rush to express gratitude for "frontline" doctors, we are also neglecting their humanity, for better and worse. If we want to improve medical outcomes, for doctors and patients alike, we need to start seeing health care professionals as the real and flawed human beings they actually are. Contaminated is a breakthrough book that draws just such a portrait, and offers a prescription for a safer and healthier system.

The Uncaring Institution


The Uncaring Institution
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Author : Jeanine Adrian Weller
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1979

The Uncaring Institution written by Jeanine Adrian Weller and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1979 with Hospitals categories.




A Caring Life


A Caring Life
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Author : Aaron Santmyrie
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2022-07

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The People S Hospital


The People S Hospital
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Author : Ricardo Nuila
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2023-04-06

The People S Hospital written by Ricardo Nuila and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2023-04-06 with categories.


How do medical staff offer care and hope to patients and families when faced with the mayhem and lottery of a broken healthcare system? The People's Hospital is the story of how Ben Taub Hospital strives to provide healthcare to Houston's most vulnerable population, against the background of the chaos of American healthcare . By telling the frequently heartbreaking stories of patients who have had to battle their desperate financial circumstances as well as life-threatening disease - from Rogelio, a twenty-something ,undocumented immigrant from Mexico recently diagnosed with fatal kidney disease, to Roxana, a Salvadoran woman who appears in ER after a life-saving surgery resulted in her developing gangrene , and many more. These are extraordinary stories in which doctors are tied up with complex moral questions about money vs healthcare, and patients manipulate their health conditions in dangerous ways in order to be eligible for lifesaving treatment that they cannot afford.

The Uncaring Intricate World


The Uncaring Intricate World
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Author : Pamela Reynolds
language : en
Publisher: Duke University Press
Release Date : 2019-08-16

The Uncaring Intricate World written by Pamela Reynolds and has been published by Duke University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-08-16 with Social Science categories.


In the 1950s the colonial British government in Northern and Southern Rhodesia (present-day Zambia and Zimbabwe) began construction on a large hydroelectric dam that created Lake Kariba and dislocated nearly 60,000 indigenous residents. Three decades later, Pamela Reynolds began fieldwork with the Tonga people to study the lasting effects of the dispossession of their land on their lives. In The Uncaring, Intricate World Reynolds shares her field diary, in which she records her efforts to study children and their labor and, by doing so, exposes the character of everyday life. More than a memoir, her diary captures the range of pleasures, difficulties, frustrations, contradictions, and grappling with ethical questions that all anthropologists experience in the field. The Uncaring, Intricate World concludes with afterwords by Jane I. Guyer and Julie Livingston, who critically reflect on its context, its meaning for today, and relevance to conducting anthropological work.

7 Easy Ways To Say No To Almost Anyone


7 Easy Ways To Say No To Almost Anyone
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Author : Steph Sterner
language : en
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date : 2017-01-16

7 Easy Ways To Say No To Almost Anyone written by Steph Sterner and has been published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2017-01-16 with categories.


Do you ever feel as if your life is not your own? Are you so busy thinking of everyone else that there's no time left for you? Do you give in to pressure - or guilt - even when you know you shouldn't? Can't say no? Do you feel guilty putting yourself first? Do you say yes when you really want to say no? Do you struggle with people who ignore your boundaries - or imply that you don't have the right to them? When it's time to stand up for yourself, has the cat got your tongue? Setting boundaries isn't easy. In this simple, practical guide, Steph Sterner reveals seven strategies for handling difficult people. And while many authors are content to fill their books with general advice, Steph has packed this guide with concrete examples of how to set boundaries gracefully. It's easier than you think! Whether you hate conflict, don't want to feel guilty, or just don't know what to say, you'll love this book. Why? Because it will give you all the information you need to turn that around - in less than 90 minutes. That's right: 90 minutes. This book doesn't contain complicated psychological theories or case studies. It's not about why people manipulate you, or even why you allow it. It's all about communication: how to recognize and respond to manipulation simply, respectfully and effectively. And isn't that what you really want? No hard feelings ... Because every suggested response is respectful, you don't need to worry about feeling mean or hurting someone's feelings. If you follow these guidelines and someone gets angry with you, you'll know that the person confronting you is being unreasonable. And you'll know how to respond to that, too. One size does NOT fit all. Many authors tell you what limits to set and how to set them. Some have even created systems - formulas for you to follow whenever you need to say no. But they're based on the authors' values, not yours. And no formula can provide the understanding you need in order to choose your words - or handle the inevitable objections. This concise guide accomplishes all this and more. It shows you how you've unconsciously handed your power to others - and gives you plenty of ways to reclaim it, one boundary at a time. You will quickly understand the principles behind each approach, what it will accomplish and where it may fall short. You'll be able to choose for yourself what to say and how to say it. After all, you're the one who has to live with the consequences of your words. Wouldn't you rather be empowered to choose them yourself? The Power of the Right Words As Steph says in the preface: "You'll be amazed at how effective a simple, respectful response can be. Those who care about you will understand your need to put yourself first once in a while. And those who don't will struggle to deal with the new you: someone who can no longer be intimidated by a look, a tone of voice, or an unrealistic demand. This new you will quickly learn how to respond to different types of people and situations without sacrificing what matters to you: your time, your relationships, and your good feelings about yourself." Imagine making the choices you really want to make ... and still feeling good about yourself. No more need for the approval or agreement of others. (Of course, you can still consider their input.) No more resenting them for persuading you to do something against your better judgment. And with those boundaries in place, you'll finally be free to do the things that matter most to you. Your only regret will be that you didn't discover 7 Easy Ways sooner! Few books offer you so much in such a short space. This is a must-read for people-pleasers, pushovers or anyone who feels guilty or uncomfortable setting healthy boundaries ... even if it's only sometimes. Set your boundaries your way ... because it's your life.

Model Rules Of Professional Conduct


Model Rules Of Professional Conduct
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Author : American Bar Association. House of Delegates
language : en
Publisher: American Bar Association
Release Date : 2007

Model Rules Of Professional Conduct written by American Bar Association. House of Delegates and has been published by American Bar Association this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2007 with Law categories.


The Model Rules of Professional Conduct provides an up-to-date resource for information on legal ethics. Federal, state and local courts in all jurisdictions look to the Rules for guidance in solving lawyer malpractice cases, disciplinary actions, disqualification issues, sanctions questions and much more. In this volume, black-letter Rules of Professional Conduct are followed by numbered Comments that explain each Rule's purpose and provide suggestions for its practical application. The Rules will help you identify proper conduct in a variety of given situations, review those instances where discretionary action is possible, and define the nature of the relationship between you and your clients, colleagues and the courts.