HEALTHBEAT BY ANNE POLTA Change fatigue in health care
The patient was at the hospital for a straightforward same-day surgery but the admission process fell far short of efficient. She was directed hither and yon - first to the registration desk, then to ... Posted on 5/9/13 at 3:39 PM
COLLABORATIVE COUNSELING WITH NAOMI DORIOTT Change - Both hard and possible.
Change is hard. As almost all people know, it can be really hard to change! When we think about ways to move towards change, some ideas work well and others not so much. Here is a list of routes to ch... Posted on 11/28/12 at 2:53 PM
Change, a word that can bring instant gratification “don’t forget your change,” or sadness, “don’t forget to change for mass.” A word that can bring unbelievable joy, “don’t forget to vote for change,” or unthinkable horror, “don’t forget to change Grandpa.” A word that leads to the election of a president and the fall of an evil administration.
Climate change, my eye — notice I didn’t say global warming. No one says that anymore, it’s passe. And we don’t want to limit ourselves either. Warming, cooling, growing, shrinking – it’s all bad, and humans are to blame! Rubbish.
City officials appeared ready to discuss a possible name change for the dike road a few weeks ago. Consideration of a new name for the road and walkway into the St. Croix River was on the original agenda for the Park Board’s Feb. 3 meeting.
John McCain wants us to believe he’ll bring real change to Washington. I actually might’ve believed him a month ago, when I still saw him as a fair-minded man not intimidated by the demands of the party he’s represented for over 20 years. However, two of his more recent decisions blatantly reveal that he’s firmly in the pocket of the political machine he claims he’ll “change.”
Grace Coggio, Town of Troy
, September 19, 2008
A conference for nonprofit staff and volunteers — Building More Effective Nonprofits: The Challenge of Change — is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at WITC-New Richmond. The conference will focus on the practical aspects of nonprofit management, motivating staff and future planning for successful overall operations.
Change — the word that, of late, resounds in the air long after the word is spoken. Change, change to what? Should we intensify our efforts to make this one nation for all, except for the pre-born and those we would euthanize?
Suzanne Wilson, Hudson
, March 07, 2008
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