By Friederike / Morek, Miriam / Ohlhus, Sören Kern
By Friederike / Morek, Miriam / Ohlhus, Sören Kern
By Suzanne Eggins,Diana Slade,Fiona Geddes,Oswald Sonntag,Mario Plebani,Phillip Della,Dorothy Jones,Edward Steward-Wynne,John Walsh,Nayia Cominos,Jon Jureidini,Christy Pirone,Jeannette McGregor,Marian Lee,Jacqui Bear,Bernadette Watson,Elizabeth Manias
Based on targeted multi-disciplinary analyses of greater than 800 recorded handover interactions, audits of written handover documentation, interviews and survey responses, the contributing authors determine positive factors of potent and useless scientific handovers in various medical institution contexts. The authors then translate their descriptive findings into useful protocols, communique innovations and checklists that clinicians, managers and coverage makers can practice to enhance the protection and caliber of scientific handovers. all of the participants are affiliated with the foreign learn Centre for communique in Healthcare (IRCCH), a world multidisciplinary employer of over ninety healthcare pros from greater than 17 international locations dedicated to bettering bettering conversation in healthcare platforms around the globe.
'The authors have created a brand new and tightly woven platforms protection internet that might, if carried out, considerably lessen the incidence of error as a result of cumulative verbal exchange failures.' -H. Esterbrook Longmaid III, MD, FACR, President of scientific employees, Beth Israel Deaconess-Milton sanatorium, Milton, MA united states
'Uncommonly worthy for the rigorous, unique verbal exchange study it stories and for the cautious translation of the examine findings into functional options that truly enhance scientific handovers within the genuine international of practice.' -Professor Suzanne Kurtz, Washington kingdom college
'This transparent, simple English publication is an exceptional source for the learning of all interested by healthcare.' -Elizabeth Trickett, (Former) Director of security and caliber, ACT overall healthiness, Australia
By Kirsten Drotner,Sonia Livingstone
Why are the media this kind of an important a part of kid's day-by-day lives? Are they changing into extra vital, extra influential, and in what methods? Or does a historic viewpoint demonstrate how earlier media have lengthy framed kid's cultural horizons or, maybe, how households - even though constituted - have lengthy formed the methods kids relate to media?
In addressing such questions, the participants current specified empirical circumstances to discover how teenagers weave jointly different types and applied sciences to create a wealthy symbolic tapestry which, in flip, shapes their social relationships. whilst, many matters - even public panics - come up concerning kid's engagement with media, major the members additionally to inquire into the dicy or difficult elements of ultra-modern hugely mediated world.
Deliberately chosen to symbolize as many components of the globe as attainable, and with a dedication to spotting either the similarities and ameliorations in kids and younger people's lives - from China to Denmark, from Canada to India, from Japan to Iceland, from - the authors supply a wealthy contextualization of kid's engagement with their specific media and conversation setting, whereas additionally pursuing cross-cutting subject matters by way of comparative and international trends.
Each bankruptcy presents a transparent orientation for brand spanking new readers to the most debates and middle concerns addressed, mixed with a intensity of research and argumentation to stimulate the deliberating complex scholars and validated students. because little ones and youth are a spotlight of research throughout assorted disciplines, the amount is carefully multi-disciplinary. but seeing that young ones and youth are all too simply ignored by way of those comparable disciplines, this quantity hopes to accord their pursuits and matters they absolutely merit.
By Lisa Bitzer
Die Arbeit stellt die Frage: used to be ist ein occasion? Wie wird es im Rahmen des Kulturprogramms verwendet? Wo unterscheidet sich das kulturelle vom kommerziellen occasion? Und nicht zuletzt: Wem nutzt der "Trend zum Event"?
By Nick Birch
A model is intangible and exists within the brain of the patron (Bates, N/A).
Social media has grew to become the ways that the logo interacts with the buyer on its head. With with regards to 2 billion web clients around the globe, 126 million blogs, 12 billion movies seen monthly within the US by myself, (Thomas, 2009), 2 billion tweets on Twitter per thirty days and 500 million humans on fb (Van Grove, 2010), the face of the patron could stay primarily a similar however the manner during which they have interaction with manufacturers has replaced dramatically.
It turns out manufacturers at the moment are impacted by means of the inventive arts, those extra in particular often called social media websites, running a blog and user-content production resulting in direct client participation within the amendment of name identification. The inventive arts and expertise have allowed the patron to have their say heard by way of an viewers, to speedily proportion details and empowered brand-users to achieve keep an eye on over how a model is perceived, their recognition, product quality controls or even path. Amidst the effect of those artistic arts, manufacturers now forget about their consumers at their peril.
By Nicholas A. John
however the note ?sharing? additionally camouflages advertisement or perhaps exploitative family. web content say they proportion info with advertisers, even if actually they promote it, whereas elements of the sharing financial system glance very much like condominium companies. finally, it's argued, practices defined as sharing and opinions of these practices have universal roots. accordingly, the metaphor of sharing now constructs major swathes of our social practices and gives the grounds for critiquing them; it's a mode of participation within the capitalist order in addition to a fashion of resisting it.
Drawing on nineteenth-century literature, Alcoholics nameless, the yankee counterculture, truth television, hackers, Airbnb, fb and extra, The Age of Sharing deals a wealthy account of a fancy modern key-phrase. it is going to attract scholars and students of the web, electronic tradition and linguistics.
By Ursula Schwind
Doch warum fällt es Pflegenden im staff so schwer, eine stressfreie Kommunikation zu Teammitgliedern (und Angehörigen) aufzubauen, obwohl es den meisten in der Interaktion mit den Patienten ohne Schwierigkeit gelingt? In der vorliegenden Arbeit wird aufgezeigt, used to be ein workforce sein kann, welche Führungsstile es gibt und welchen Stellenwert die Kommunikation und die damit verbundenen Bedürfnisse haben.
Ziele dieser Facharbeit sollen sein, einerseits einen Denkanstoß zu geben und andererseits Interesse zu wecken, sich mit diesen Themen auseinander zu setzen. Eine gute Kommunikation fällt nicht vom Himmel, es sollte täglich daran gearbeitet werden. Sie hilft dabei, eine gute Beziehung – ob im staff oder mit Patienten und deren Angehörigen – aufzubauen. In einer von Wertschätzung gestalteten Arbeitsatmosphäre ist darüber nachzudenken, ob dies die tägliche Arbeit erleichtert und nebenbei bereichern kann.
By Evgeni Aleksandrov
By Kirsten Sommer
By Robin Wooffitt
`There isn't any doubt that dialog research (CA) is a powerful and important method of learning discourse, and Wooffitt does a very good activity of demonstrating its analytical sophistication and rigour' - ecu magazine of Communication
`This is a wonderful e-book: transparent, attractive and authoritative. It treads a direction during the many confusions and gives a map of the fields of dialog research, discourse research, severe discourse research and discursive psychology that is greater than any at present on hand. will probably be a invaluable source in educating' - Professor Jonathan Potter, Loughborough University
`An very good exposition: options are defined and placed into context, and the reader is guided from introductory to complex levls of dialogue. Wooffitt units out and solutions the categories of questions usually raised via scholars and others approximately relatives and changes among discourse and dialog research… attractive and worthy' - Professor Derek Edwards, Loughborough University
This major textual content via Robin Wooffitt is the 1st to systematically learn the advanced dating among dialog research and discourse research. It comes at a well timed second: regardless of the shut connection among the 2 sorts of analyses in educational examine, no different present textual content explains those hyperlinks methodically, comprehensively and for the good thing about undergraduate and master's students.
Key good points of this text:
-It takes scholars from first rules as much as extra complicated debates, and is hence compatible for only grad and MA/PhD students.
-Careful representation of methodological ways via specified research of information.
-Clarity of writing; long bankruptcy summaries; additional readings; thesaurus of CA/DA terminology as an appendix.
Conversation research and Discourse Analysis indicates how the equipment and findings of dialog and discourse research may perhaps tell the advance of empirical learn questions. it is going to consequently be a useful source for social technological know-how scholars on classes which require them to adopt sensible or empirical exercises.