Chaos theory and us
Bethann Siviter Independent nursing consultant, Birmingham
Sometimes obstacles get in your way, but this gives nurses the chance to create a positive difference
My maths-genius friend Mike and I were discussing chaos theory: high level maths stuff that scares me, but he accurately assured me of its relevancy to life. He explained that maths proves certain things will happen – to you, your workload and your team.
Primary Health Care.
27, 8, 15-15.
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