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Handwriting For Doctors By GiggleMed.com
Paperback: $9.00
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Medical humor workbook that pokes fun at doctors' penmanship. Great gag gift for nurses, doctors, and hospital administrators. Giving a gift like this could actually have an impact on patient... More > safety, believe it or not. Doctors’ handwriting can be a laughing matter... if the laughing changes behavior for the better. Being a doctor myself, I decided to take healthcare reform into my own hands. Here is step number one… a handwriting course for physicians. By the way, try to ignore the subliminal messages embedded in this workbook. Those darn administrators and Joint Commissioners always slip stuff in there… don’t they? More funny stuff at GiggleMed.com.< Less
Handwriting For Doctors By GiggleMed.com
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Medical humor workbook that pokes fun at doctors' penmanship. Great gag gift for nurses, doctors, and hospital administrators. Giving a gift like this could actually have an impact on patient... More > safety, believe it or not. Doctors’ handwriting can be a laughing matter... if the laughing changes behavior for the better. Being a doctor myself, I decided to take healthcare reform into my own hands. Here is step number one… a handwriting course for physicians. By the way, try to ignore the subliminal messages embedded in this workbook. Those darn administrators and Joint Commissioners always slip stuff in there… don’t they? More funny stuff at GiggleMed.com.< Less
Bugs on Scrubs By GiggleMed.com
Paperback: $12.00
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Infection control is a big deal these days... with H1N1, MRSA, C.diff, and other bad bugs on the rise. Well, GiggleMed.com finds medical humor to be an awesome way to improve infection control... More > education. Bugs on Scrubs is a medical humor text that rhymes like a kids book, but instructs better than nursing competencies and doctor journal reviews. Infection control topics from scrubs outside to hand-washing, from eating at the nurses' station to wearing ties... it's all there. But this time as an argument between a doctor and a nurse... with an interesting (but all too familiar) twist at the end.< Less
JCAHO is Coming By Dun Tzu
Hardcover: $22.97
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This little book captures the eye-popping concern, the uvula-revealing shouts, and the long, arduous meetings. Written in a kids’ book, rhyming style, JCAHO is Coming is a quick read. Your... More > JCAHO survey doesn’t have to be that bug-eyed, red-faced, caffeine-fest that it is. You can use the subtle, tasteful humor that JCAHO is Coming brings to: Enhance and strengthen your leadership position. Make your coworker’s day right at a moment that they are thinking about walking out. Unwind before a meeting. Laugh with your coworkers when the survey is over. Pull out JCAHO is Coming for a humorous break in the middle of a long meeting. Have your hospital CEO read JCAHO is Coming at the next hospital holiday party. GiggleMed.com’s mission is bring fun and humor back to a burned out and frustrated health care industry. Order now and do your part in fulfilling GiggleMed’s mission. (: medicine is fun again :)™< Less
Everything Good About Joint Commission Visits By Dun Tzu
Paperback: $9.94
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There's always a lot of stress surrounding visits by the Joint Commission. Hospitals get turned upside-down - stress, concern, sometimes even anger and fear. Although the accreditation process is... More > necessary, our reactions to it are often absurd. Instead of all of the hoopla, make someone smile with this blank book. Yep. Blank. Totally blank. A complete listing of all that is good about Joint Commission visits - blank. More fun (stuff that's not blank) at JCAHOfun.com and GiggleMed.com.< Less
FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN By REGINE DUBONO
Paperback: $25.00
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A day by day account inspired and encouraged by Oprah and her OWN Network of what happened in the hospital when Jpshua was admitted for a "fever of unknown origin." A documentary about life... More > in the hospital. And recommendations for all hospital audiences, and PSO(Patient Safety Organizations)on how to spot medical errors before they occur, and how to improve the morale of hospital workers so that they may be re-empowered to healing patients. The goal is to observe, to educate and sometimes use humor to entertain.< Less