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Properties of Complex Adaptive Systems & Relevance to People Skills: Part III-Emergent Behavior

Complexity Science or the study of complex adaptive systems (CASs) can be intimidating with all sorts of mathematical, biological, and physical science language etc.  Yet there are some really fascinating fundamentals that don’t require experience in brain surgery or rocket … Continue reading

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Properties of Complex Adaptive Systems & Relevance to People Skills- Part II-Butterfly Effect

I’d been sick much of the week and writing a communication textbook chapter on Complex Adaptive Systems.  Believe it or not, except for my sickest day, I had fun working on it.  Ironically, I was also watching a bunch of … Continue reading

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Tips on Juggling Nursing School and Family From an Adult Student Perspective

By Vera Mosely and Beth Boynton You have always been the person who desires helping others. The person who receives fulfillment in providing care and ensuring the needs of others are met. You often give of yourself wholeheartedly without requiring a pat … Continue reading

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