Cancer Registrars have a secret weapon called emulation. This is a powerful
tool, not to be confused with blatant copying, but rather an emulation and
adoption of processes and methodologies used successfully by others. It is a
bridge between the basic foundation and structure of a cancer registry
department that can add value and meaning to the cancer program as a whole
and, even beyond that, into cancer surveillance nationwide.
Here is how it works. Registrars should routinely take time to evaluate
cancer registry best practices and the operations of other cancer registries
and programs in your area or across the nation. Initially, gather as much
information as you can to get a broad spectrum of ideas. Then, begin to
study the processes and methodologies you like and envision as adding value
and excellence to your registry and organization. Then, develop an
implementation plan for putting the material into action. Tailor the plan to
fit your needs and align it with the mission and vision of your organization.
As you gather information look for elements that will inspire and motivate
the team as you begin putting the plan into motion. Never underestimate the
power of a seemingly small idea, or spart of creativity, that can turn the
team’s interest and motivation into a fireball of creativity.
If you’re worried about copying, you don’t need to be. Although you did
start with another person’s ideas, you have uniquely tailored your plan,
built upon the original ideas and turned them into something that you can
call your own by drawing upon your professional instincts and experience.
After practicing your new emulation skills you will be able to fine-tune your
selection of ideas and methodologies and more efficiently develop your own
unique action plans. You will get excited about your program and others will
see your efforts as having a significant contribution that adds value and
meaning to the cancer program. Instead of limitations or roadblocks you will
begin to see creative options and multiple pathways to creating a successful
cancer registry program.
http://www.CancerRegistryTraining.com. Michele Webb, America’s Cancer
Registry Coach, is a nationally recognized, certified cancer registrar (CTR).
She cares passionately about her work and enjoys helping others to become cancer registrars and grow professionally. She is a motivational speaker, published author, trainer and netpreneur in the exciting field of cancer registry and oncology healthcare.
16GB Edition with 2 SNES Type Controllers
This is all-in-one retro gaming emulation console it will play all of your favorite retro games on your HDTV - from the Amiga, Atari Lynx, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Apple Macintosh, Atari 800, Atari ST/STE/TT, C64, Sinclair ZX Spectrum to the PlayStation and much more...
This Retro Games Emulation Console based on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B comes fully assembled - just add your games (ROMs). It can also function as your media center.
NO GAMES (Roms) ARE INCLUDED in this purchase!
Ready to be played out of the box
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B with 1 GB RAM (integrated WiFi and Bluetooth)
Cool Acrylic Case
5V 3A Power Adapter with switch on/off
2 x SNES type controllers
16GB Class 10 Micro SD card
Installed and configured RetroPie with web manager for drag and drop access!
Installed and configured Pixel operating system
Quick Start Guide
Processor: 1.2GHz Quad Core BCM2837 ARMv8 64bit Processor
Connectivity: Built-in WiFi (802.11B/G/N) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
GPU: VideoCore IV
USB: 4 x USB 2.0 ports
Ethernet: 10/100 Ethernet Port
Video Output: Full-Size HDMI and Composite
Sound: L/R Stereo Line-out
Operating System: microSD card to load and store OS
Digital Interfaces: 1 x CSI Camera Port and 1 x DSI Display Port
GPIO: 40 General Purpose Input / Output Pins
- Latest Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
- 2 SNES Style Retro Controllers (buttons color can be different from picture)
- Micro USB 5V 3A Power Adapter with Switch On/Off
- Retropie - Pixel OS - Media Center