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I like this particular project because it applies a use r centred approach. They first acknowledged the highly emotional aspect of fertility treatments.
Then the made an ethnographic immersion into the clinic, becoming embedded with staff and acquainted with processes in order to find out what is the real patient journey as well as all patient-staff interactions.
The solutions concentrated in creating meaningful relationships with a coaching services for one to one interactions, as well as dedicated care teams.
The case of IVF-SPAIN was a radically different one, since its founder Dr Aizpurua was very conscious about the importance of meaningful relationships and patient centricity from its very beginning.
For instance dedicated care teams and one to one interaction protocols were part from the clinic from the first day. What it did not have was a proper system to really listen to patients, manage patient insights and engage patients in co-design, decision making.
Fertility patients need a to be actively listened How to listen to patients Listening to patients is not the work of the quality and patient experience manager.
It is the work of every single employee. The PXO has to create the right culture and ensure the proper training, so that each employee can be an active listener and work within the continuous improvement system to transform the gained insights into a better patient experience or even innovation.
Yet, many come for traditional in vitro fertilization IVF and from those, a significant number gets an indication for egg donation, mainly due to age, but also due to ovarian reserve, high aneuploidies, etc.
Hispanic is not a race; it is a language-based culture. George's father is not Hispanic and was probably the biggest influence on his son's thinking.
He played the Hispanic card to down play that side.
Being "Hispanic" is no guarantee that he was not racist. GZ's "ground" was where he was parked when he first saw Tray Martin. He can't drag his "ground" around and throw it down where ever he pleases. Tray Martin' as a citizen of Florida also had a right to stand his ground in a place where he had a right to be.
He apparently knew the neighborhood well to make a quick run to the store and take shortcuts like all kids do in familiar neighborhoods whether it's day or night and they know the stores open hours. I know men like George Zimmerman who try to go after weak targets to prove their non-existent manhood.
The match here was a huge gun versus a bag of skittles and a can of tea; a man versus a kid. A murder done by a cowardly ego-fueled full-grown supposed to be man to a half-grown kid.
Did they test GZ for drugs in his system that night? He probably saw intent in those beady angry crazy eyes of GZ.
Unfortunately he was too young to make this story have a different outcome. Doing so makes it easier to see whose predictions are ultimately borne out by reality, or at least which parts of divergent expectations prove most accurate.