C. H. Lindsey

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of bedside nursing report implementation on a pediatric neuroscience unit. BACKGROUND The change-of-shift nursing report often involves only nurse-to-nurse communication, occurs far away from the patient's bedside, and includes little or no patient/family involvement. Studies show that(More)
ALGOL 68 is a language with a lot of &#8220;history&#8221;. Thereader will hear of discord, resignations, unreadable documents, aminority report, and all manner of politicking. But although ALGOL 68was produced by a committee (and an unruly one at that), the languageitself is no camel. Indeed, the rigorous application of the principle(More)
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