When it comes to USPAP and report writing you say, "Tim, I already know how to write an appraisal report!". That's great! Congratulations! Now, ask yourself this question, "Do I know how to write a persuasive appraisal report? How about, "Do I know how to write an accurate appraisal report?". And finally, "Do I know how to write an internally consistent appraisal report?". Then, all of these questions lead to the main question, the crux of this post: "Should appraisers take a university-level writing class?". Now, I hear you grumbling, "I don't need a college education to appraise real estate! I've got 30-years experience!". An apendectomy is not particularly hard, either. But, I bet you want that surgeon who's going to take out yours to have gone to medical school, and then interned in surgery, right? Now you say, "Tim, there are no university-level classes on writing a real estate appraisal report!". You are, of course, correct! But, there are not any university-level classes on appendectomies, either. There are only medical school-level classes on that. So, why did that surgeon take a writing class in college? It was not to be a better surgeon. It was to learn how to express herself clearly, credibly, and persuasively. USPAP and report writing calls for the appraiser to express herself clearly, credibly, and persuasively. We are, after all, in the communications business. Appraisers communicate for a living. We persuade for a living. How so? Consider this sentence, one that is all too common in reports: "The adjustments are as shown." What did that sentence communicate? Nothing. How could that sentence possibly persuade our clients and intended users of the accuracy of our analyses? Simply put, it can't. USPAP and report writing. Please complement your 30-years of experience with a university-level report writing class.
In this episode, Warden Dawson continues to discuss the importance of good report writing. Good report writing is more than just good writing, it's about when you write the report. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER:This podcast may not be distributed without written permission by NIJO. The information contained herein shall not be construed as legal advice. Listeners should always consult legal counsel to determine how the laws of their individual jurisdiction affect the application of these materials and guidelines to their individual circumstances.
In this episode, Warden Dawson talks about a topic that is disliked by many, but critical in this profession to master: report writing. Warden Dawson shares real-life experiences illustrating the importance of good report writing and how slacking on reports can have detrimental effects on your career. Copyright 2022. National Institute for Jail Operations (NIJO), Aaron Dawson, The Shakedown Podcast. All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER:This podcast may not be distributed without written permission by NIJO. The information contained herein shall not be construed as legal advice. Listeners should always consult legal counsel to determine how the laws of their individual jurisdiction affect the application of these materials and guidelines to their individual circumstances.
Aaron Pete sits down with Dr. Peter Ross to learn about ocean pollution, plastics, and chemicals. He discovered the region's killer whales to be the most ‘contaminated marine mammals in the world' in a groundbreaking study, and reported on the widespread distribution of microplastics in the NE Pacific and Arctic oceans. In this interview, Dr. Ross explains the causes of ocean pollution, what is being done to address this growing global problem and what individuals can do to help. Dr. Peter S. Ross is an internationally recognized ocean pollution expert working as a senior scientist with Raincoast Conservation Foundation, and an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia as well as the University of Victoria. Dr. Ross is a Science Manager and ocean pollution scientist with a demonstrated history of working in the academic, government and private sectors. Skilled in conservation research, Public Engagement, Media interactions, Scientific Publishing, Report Writing, Policy Analysis. Strong education professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from Utrecht University in the Netherlands, and MSc from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. He recently served as the Vice-President of Research at Ocean Wise, where he founded the Ocean Pollution Research Program, launched PollutionTracker and the Plastics Lab. He served for 16 years as a federal Research Scientist with Fisheries and Oceans Canada. His work with priority pollutants and microplastics has led to numerous invitations to advise industry, government, the G7, the European Union, and the OECD. His work has been featured prominently in national and international media. Dr Ross is now Senior Scientist at Raincoast Conservation Foundation, where he is developing a new community-oriented Healthy Waters Program. Peter Ross LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-ross-53241855/?originalSubdomain=ca Peter Ross Twitter: https://twitter.com/calypsocoast Donate to Raincoast Conservation: https://www.raincoast.org/donate/ Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7jl39CsCYhImbLevAF6aTe?si=dc4479f225ff440b Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/bigger-than-me-podcast/id1517645921 Listen on Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xMDc3MjYyLnJzcw?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiA8JKF2tT0AhUPmp4KHR2rAPkQ9sEGegQIARAC Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/geiqqB2TJxg Chapters: 0:00:00 Introduction 0:05:25 Serving in the Canadian Military 0:10:50 Becoming an Ocean Pollution Expert 0:37:49 Killer Whales in BC are the most CONTAMINATED marine mammals 0:49:59 Indigenous Principles & Conservation 1:07:40 Ocean Garbage Patches & Boyan Slat 1:23:34 Polyester, Plastics & Ocean Pollution 1:51:35 Saving the Ocean 2:20:49 Are Aquariums Good or Bad? 2:39:12 How Can Listeners Help Save the Ocean?
Beverly is joined by Thomas St. Thomas, contributing writer of Unsafe Space's Substack. Together, they talk about Thomas' time in the restaurant industry, as an actor in Nashville and LA, his service in the U.S. Navy, his transition into healthcare, and his hobbies of gardening and writing. The video version of this episode is available here: https://unsafespace.com/ep0756 Thanks for Watching! The best way to follow Unsafe Space, no matter which platforms ban us, is to visit: https://unsafespace.com While we're still allowed on YouTube, please don't forget to verify that you're subscribed, and to like and share this episode. You can find us there at: https://unsafespace.com/channel For episode clips, visit: https://unsafespace.com/clips Other video platforms on which our content can be found include: LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@unsafe BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/unsafespace/ Also, come join our community of dangerous thinkers at the following social media sites...at least until we get banned: Censorship-averse platforms: Gab: @unsafe Minds: @unsafe Locals: unsafespace.locals.com Parler: @unsafespace Telegram Chat: https://t.me/joinchat/H4OUclXTz4xwF9EapZekPg Censorship-happy platforms: Twitter: @_unsafespace Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unsafepage Instagram: @_unsafespace MeWe: https://mewe.com/p/unsafespace Support the content that you consume by visiting: https://unsafespace.com/donate Finally, don't forget to announce your status as a wrong-thinker with some Unsafe Space merch, available at: https://unsafespace.com/shop
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Report writing is a complex business! In this episode of The Talking DLD Podcast we're delving into what makes a report truly accessible with Harmony Turnbull, researcher and Senior Speech and Language Pathologist at the Department of Education, Tasmania. More specifically, we discuss what health professionals can do to make reports more likely to be understood and used. Harmony is a PhD candidate at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and she is currently conducting research into allied health reports. Her research includes discussions with people that have lifelong disability about the reports they get from people such as psychologists, physios, OTs and speech pathologists. Harmony would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of lutruita (Tasmania) where she lives and works. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples here today.' See the resources from this month's episode here: Teach-back Questions to ask your speech pathologist Harmony's Research Blog
The two most common forms of writing at university are reports and essays. This podcast describes academic reports, giving information on what a report is, outlines the main types of report you may need to write, and summarises the differences between reports and essays.
William Fogarty His law enforcement career began over 20 years ago while working for Millbrae Police Department. He has worked for several different law enforcement agencies including; Millbrae Police Department, University of San Francisco Public Safety Department, San Bruno Police Department, and currently the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. He began as an instructor in 1996 at the University of San Francisco. He continued teaching at the basic Police Academy beginning in 2003 a wide variety of topics. He has also been an instructor for University of Phoenix, Union Institute, Training for Safety, and South Bay Regional Training Consortium. While working at South Bay Regional Training Center, he has been an instructor for: Management Class-Social Media, Report Writing (40 hour class, and 8 hour updates), and POST Academy Instructor Certification Course (AICC). EDUCATION: He earned a Masters of Public Administration, and Bachelor's Degree from the University of San Francisco. He graduated from the California P.O.S.T. Master Instructor Program in June 2011. He has graduated from numerous training programs including FBI LEEDA, and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, and Emergency Management. David Cameron David Cameron started his law enforcement career over 30 years ago with the City of Campbell as a Reserve Police Officer then, full-time Police Officer. In those 30 years, David has had assignments as a Motorcycle Officer and had 17 year's experience in collision investigation and has attained an accreditation an accident reconstruction. David served on the Campbell Police SWAT Team for 18 years and served as an ATL and Team EMT. David was the creator of the Campbell Police UAS program and its manager and finished his full-time career as a Financial Crimes Investigator. David continues to serve Campbell as a Reserve Police Officer and remains the Department's UAS Program Manager. David has served as a Lead UAS trainer, Field Training Officer, Active Shooter Response Instructor, Advanced Tactical Entry Instructor, Major Accident Response Team lead, and Crime Scene Response Team member, and served on the Board of Directors for the California Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists for 11 years. David has completed POST AICC (Academy Instructor Certification Course), Basics UAS Operator Course, Advanced UAS Operator Course, Advanced Tactical UAS Operator Course, Nighttime UAS Operator Course, Active Shooter Response Instructor course, Basic, Intermediate, Advanced Accident Reconstruction courses. David served 10 years in the United States Naval Reserve as a Hospital Corpsman. EDUCATION David received a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from the University of Charleston, awarded POST Basic, Intermediate, and Advance Officer certificates, and has over 1000 hours of continuing education in accident reconstruction. Web: www.21clets.com IG: @ 21Clets Tw: @21Clets_UAS, @21Clets Linked In: Cameron - https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-cameron-33a30737 Fogarty - https://www.linkedin.com/in/wpf2 Brought to you by Xeo Air (www.xeoair.com) with host Bronwyn Morgan IG: @xeoair Tw: @airxeo firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xeocast/support
Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about Diana's Dillard project. For the RLP with DNA study group, she is exploring the possibility that a cluster of DNA matches from her second cousin's network graph are related through Cynthia Dillard's parents. The MRCA of the cluster appears to be Elijah Dillard. In this assignment, Diana wrote a report. She shares some of her findings. Read her report by clicking on the link below. Links Is Elijah Dillard the Brother of Cynthia (Dillard) Royston? DNA Research Report - https://familylocket.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Is-Elijah-Dillard-the-Brother-of-Cynthia-Dillard-Royston_.pdf RLP with DNA Study Group Part 8: Report Writing - https://familylocket.com/rlp-with-dna-study-group-part-8-report-writing/ Research Like a Pro Resources Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist's Guide book by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com - https://amzn.to/2x0ku3d Research Like a Pro eCourse - independent study course - https://familylocket.com/product/research-like-a-pro-e-course/ RLP Study Group - upcoming group and email notification list - https://familylocket.com/services/research-like-a-pro-study-group/ Research Like a Pro with DNA Resources Research Like a Pro with DNA: A Genealogist's Guide to Finding and Confirming Ancestors with DNA Evidence book by Diana Elder, Nicole Dyer, and Robin Wirthlin - https://amzn.to/3gn0hKx Research Like a Pro with DNA eCourse - independent study course - https://familylocket.com/product/research-like-a-pro-with-dna-ecourse/ RLP with DNA Study Group - upcoming group and email notification list - https://familylocket.com/services/research-like-a-pro-with-dna-study-group/ Thank you Thanks for listening! We hope that you will share your thoughts about our podcast and help us out by doing the following: Share an honest review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can easily write a review with Stitcher, without creating an account. Just scroll to the bottom of the page and click "write a review." You simply provide a nickname and an email address that will not be published. We value your feedback and your ratings really help this podcast reach others. If you leave a review, we will read it on the podcast and answer any questions that you bring up in your review. Thank you! Leave a comment in the comment or question in the comment section below. Share the episode on Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or your favorite podcast app. Sign up for our newsletter to receive notifications of new episodes - https://familylocket.com/sign-up/ Check out this list of genealogy podcasts from Feedspot: Top 20 Genealogy Podcasts - https://blog.feedspot.com/genealogy_podcasts/
It's time for part 3 of 3 of my conversational episodes on our summer theme of overview report writing. There's plenty to dig into in the links below if you want the teaching side, too. But to begin, join me to explore the dual responsibility for local areas & independent reviewers to aspire to shorter overview reports with strong analysis. It works for Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews, Safeguarding Adult Reviews & Domestic Homicide Reviews. The review is a project. All involved must be on message to produce the desired outcome. Listen in if you are an author, a commissioners of reviews, review participant or you are in a quality assurance role. Links & References from the show : Link to quiz: SILP Assessment Save the date : FREE live workshops 13.09.21 & 30.09.21 www.reviewconsulting.co.uk/SILP Leaders in Review Practice Facebook Group @LtdReview LinkedIn ReviewConsultingLtd reviewconsultingltd Recommendations toolkit Engagement + proportionality + strengths = SILP
Reflective conversation once again in the second of this 3 part series. They're all on our summer theme of overview report writing. There's plenty to dig into in the links below if you want the teaching side, too. But to kick us off, join me in this episode to hear my thoughts on the set up wording at the start of the overview report. If you are an author, a commissioners of reviews, review participant or you are in a quality assurance role you may feel differently. Let's open the debate. Links & References from the show : Link to quiz: SILP Assessment Save the date : FREE live workshops 13.09.21 & 30.09.21 www.reviewconsulting.co.uk/SILP Leaders in Review Practice Facebook Group @LtdReview LinkedIn ReviewConsultingLtd reviewconsultingltd Recommendations toolkit Engagement + proportionality + strengths = SILP
Conversations rather than full-on teaching. That's the theme for part 1 of this 3 part series. They're all on our summer theme of overview report writing. There's plenty to dig into in the links below if you want the teaching side, too. But to kick us off, join me in this episode to hear my 4 reflections on report writing. It's good for authors but also commissioners of reviews, review participants & those in quality assurance roles. Links & References from the show : SILP Assessment Save the date : FREE live workshops 13.09.21 & 30.09.21 www.reviewconsulting.co.uk/SILP Leaders in Review Practice Facebook Group @LtdReview LinkedIn ReviewConsultingLtd reviewconsultingltd Recommendations toolkit Engagement + proportionality + strengths = SILP
Welcome back to Pentester Diaries In this episode, longtime Core member and Cobalt Research Manager, Robert Kugler talks with Grahame Turner, an experienced security technical writer, about report writing, why it's important, and tips on how to improve your writing as a pentester. Guests: https://twitter.com/robertchrkhttps://twitter.com/TheInstaGrahameResources:https://portswigger.net/burphttps://cheatsheetseries.owasp.org/https://developers.google.com/style/voicehttps://communicatehealth.com/wehearthealthliteracy/use-zombies-to-fight-the-passive-voice/https://www.mindmeister.com/http://textfiles.com/
In today's episode I suggest practical advice and strategies to support teachers through the report writing process, one which often feels overwhelming. In this episode you will learn: 8 practical strategies to support yourself while writing student reports and juggling the many other balls you have up in the air at the same time. I mention: My Instagram account @michelle.c.weeks My 1:1 coaching program UnFrazzled which supports teachers to avoid overwhelm and burnout and become a confident and balanced teacher. More information about this program can be found HERE. My email: email@example.com
Internal audit reports have been written the same for decades, and honestly are usually very boring and don't meet our organization's needs. In this episode I talk with Tracie Marquardt about action oriented recommendations, improving report writing to consider the end of the value chain, seeing the big picture, linking our work to assurance over key objectives, and how to make our reporting more collaborative. Listen in at: http://www.jasonmefford.com/jammingwithjason/ Tracie Marquardt is Europes leading audit communication consultant, and I am so honored to have her on #jammingwithjason #internalauditpodcast. Learn more about Tracie at https://www.traciemarquardt.com/ and https://qacommunication.com/ or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org#internalaudit
Today Matt Brewster the Roofer and I talk about his Marketing Strategy and Report Writing. You have to remember someone else is going to read your report. Someone that doesn't fully understand the structure like you do. Your report needs to be easy to understand so contractors can properly quote the work for your clients.
John is joined by law enforcement officer Sal. A police academy is a training school for police recruits. It is also known as a law enforcement academy, college, or university. ... These include examinations, physical requirements, medical requirements, legal training, driving skills, equipment training, and firearm training for law enforcement recruits. Academy training includes a blend of classroom and practical training. You'll take classes in firearms, first aid, criminal law, emergency vehicle operations, defensive tactics, and investigations. At the same time, you'll learn about department processes for procedures like arrests and reports. The Basic Police Academy course includes fundamental principles, procedures and techniques of law enforcement, including: Criminal Law, Patrol Procedures, Cultural Diversity, Investigative Procedures, Report Writing, Defensive Tactics, Firearms, Leadership, Ethics, Community Policing, Police Vehicle Operations, Traffic. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-kaires/support
Retired Lieutenant Floyd Wiley and Jorge Duran, chief investigator for the San Diego County, California, District Attorney's Office discuss excellent report writing in the last of five podcasts on Crime S.C.E.N.E. Excellence.PDF Transcript
After the episode last week on making our reports more readable, I’m talking this week about what kind of content to actually include in your reports. “But that’s easy,” you might say. We just include the background, results, interpretation, summary, and recommendations, right? Wellll…research would suggest that our audiences read and value some parts of the report much more than ... Read More The post 160: Report Writing Part 2: What to Include? appeared first on The Testing Psychologist.
Internal audit reports have been written the same for decades, and honestly are usually very boring and don't meet our organization's needs. In this episode I talk with Tracie Marquart about action oriented recommendations, improving report writing to consider the end of the value chain, seeing the big picture, linking our work to assurance over key objectives, and how to make our reporting more collaborative. Listen in at: http://www.jasonmefford.com/jammingwithjason/ Tracie Marquardt is Europes leading audit communication consultant, and I am so honored to have her on #jammingwithjason #internalauditpodcast. Learn more about Tracie at https://www.traciemarquardt.com/ and https://qacommunication.com/ or email her at: email@example.com #internalaudit
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Learn about report writing. In this session, Alan will talk about mistakes most inspectors make and will share his philosophy on what really matters. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or a relative newcomer, you will probably be challenged about the way you do things.
When you are asked to write a report, write the report. There is no need to make more of the situation than there is. Incidents happen all the time and you want to make certain that you have accurately recorded all of the details as you saw it. Never compromise yourself or misrepresent yourself.
How can you most efficiently write reports for attorneys? Are you looking for shortcuts? Learn report writing and also get tips from Pat Iyer who grew and sold a successful legal nurse consulting business. Here’s my first tip – get a second monitor. Here are the advantages of multiple monitors for medical records analysis Multiple monitors make you more efficient. Time is money. Multiple monitors increase your speed which therefore increases the amount of work product that you turn out which therefore increases your revenue. And More..... Click here to get the transcript for this podcast! Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about report writing: Tips for purchasing multiple monitors Focusing on the report How writing for attorneys is different Guidelines and also requirements for writing style Clear writing that conveys information in a meaningful way Related Product: Introducing Free Podcast Bundles! I have an announcement. You may have heard me speak about the 5 pillars of legal nurse consulting. I believe these are essential for success. The 5 pillars are expertise, marketing, client relationships, business development, and also finance. Would you like to cut to the chase and also listen to the most popular podcasts we’ve ever released? I’ve studied the reports I receive from the company that hosts this podcast and identified all of the most downloaded shows. We put together bundles of shows for each of the 5 pillars: expertise, marketing, client relationships, business development, and also finance. To round it out, I also added a 6th category: stories of successful legal nurse consultants. These are ready for you today. In addition to being able to get the bundles of shows, you’ll also be able to download a Mini Workbook so you can take notes, record your insights, and focus on the key points. You may access these top shows on my website: podcast.legalnursebusiness.com. Go to podcast.legalnursebusiness.com, fill in the fast form and you’ll be on your way to listening to the best of the best Legal Nurse Podcasts. Your Presenter Pat founded, grew and sold a successful legal nurse consulting business that had annual sales in the 7 figures. She is a well known, respected expert in the field of legal nurse consulting. She has written, edited, or coauthored over 800 chapters, books, case studies, online courses or articles about the topic of legal nurse consulting. Pat served on the board of directors of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants for 5 years including a year as president of the association.
LOJI IS BACK! Stefan joins Seth and Ken to talk about his work on Trail of Bits assessment of the Voatz mobile application, share thoughts on Zoom, and discuss the assessment process. Discussions on report writing, risk assessments, threat modeling, and other appsec goodness.
LOJI IS BACK! Stefan joins Seth and Ken to talk about his work on Trail of Bits assessment of the Voatz mobile application, share thoughts on Zoom, and discuss the assessment process. Discussions on report writing, risk assessments, threat modeling, and other appsec goodness.
DNA Research Reports – the Ultimate Finish by Robin at Family Locket Writing a Research Report on a DNA Research Project by Diana at Family Locket - includes Diana's sample report about Benjamin Cox Research Like a Pro with DNA – What’s Next? by Nicole at Family Locket Research Like a Pro eCourse Study Group - more information and email list Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist's Guide by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com Thank you Thanks for listening! We hope that you will share your thoughts about our podcast and help us out by doing the following: Share an honest review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can easily write a review with Stitcher, without creating an account. Just scroll to the bottom of the page and click "write a review." You simply provide a nickname and an email address that will not be published. We value your feedback and your ratings really help this podcast reach others. If you leave a review, we will read it on the podcast and answer any questions that you bring up in your review. Thank you! Leave a comment in the comment or question in the comment section below. Share the episode on Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or your favorite podcast app. Sign up for our newsletter to receive notifications of new episodes. Check out this list of genealogy podcasts from Feedspot: Top 20 Genealogy Podcasts
Many engineers write a report like we do a journal - we did this, then this, came across this problem, solved it, and THEN found the answer. This is not useful! Your audience is not interested in your journey - they are interested in where you got to. Your destination. So you have to start with that. Because they won't be going on the journey with you. You can do the 'best' analysis and research in the world, but if your report doesn't make the case well - it is all for nothing. The post SOR 509 Reliability Engineering Report Writing appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
Top Ten Roles and Responsibilities Tips for Teachers and #FE ManagersIn the twenty-fifth episode of his podcast Top Ten Tips for Teachers and FE Managers, Arnie Skelton discusses Report Writing.In this week's podcast Arnie outlines an effective seven step approach to writing a report, to help you organise your material, then write the report, in an effective and time efficient way.Arnie Skelton, Managing Director, Effective Training & Development Ltd has spent the last 30 years working in a wide range of organisations, and all his tips are totally practical, and can be implemented by anyone, any time, at no financial cost.To hear more from Arnie subscribe to this podcast series or visit his Newsroom on FE News.Top Ten Tips for Teachers and #FE Managers the Podcast Series
Writing reports? Why not enjoy some of your favourite tunes to help pass the time? Or, chill with some relaxing, mellow beats. Perhaps you love classical music, or a bit of boppy pop to get you going? We list several different Spotify and Youtube playlists that are perfect for writing reports, and challenge you to make your own custom report writing playlist!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode of The Buzz goes live.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Last episode we spoke to Jacobus Donders, Ph.D., ABPP (CN, RP) about neuropsychological report writing (visit www.NavNeuro.com/25). Today we provide commentary on that episode. Specifically, we discuss the Postal et al., 2018 “Stakeholders” paper from The Clinical Neuropsychologist as well as takeaways from our conversation with Dr. Donders. We also review other helpful tips to reduce report length and clinical time spent writing, which could free us up to devote more time for patient care. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/26 _________________ If you’d like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 2) Subscribe (free) and leave an iTunes rating/review:www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 3) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro) Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services. No professional relationship is formed between hosts and listeners. All content is to be used at listeners’ own risk. Users should always seek appropriate medical and psychological care from their licensed healthcare provider.]
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Want to make better technical reports (with less effort)? Kelly Stratton knows how. After years of report writing as an environmental professional Kelly launched technical report writing platform Quire specifically to help clients produce better reports more easily. In this interview Kelly outlines six ways you can improve your reports in a conversation that will help anyone who writes technical reports as part of their responsibilities.
"Happy reporting"? Can that even be a thing? This week Jill and I are sharing our thoughts on report cards, starting with a trip down memory lane. Find out what sort of student Jill was and hear about the rookie error I made during my first reporting period, back in 2007.Don't forget to check out our curriculum-aligned reporting resources made by teachers for you.They'll save you heaps of time!Need a little motivation on a Monday? Jill and Bron are experienced primary school teachers; they get it! Join them for inspiration and encouragement to get you buzzing through the school week!Have you tried the new Teach Starter App? We'd love to hear your thoughts so please leave us a review in the Apple App Store!Download the app for free now in the Apple Store or Google Play.Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode of The Buzz goes live.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Reports are one of the most important methods of communication in the world of geology. Writing well means your findings will be well understood and interpreted correctly the day you deliver them and years down the track. Optiro's Director of Geology and report editor in chief Ian Glacken has summarised his advice on report writing down to seven key points. In this episode: 0:40 What sort of reports are there in geology and why are they important? 1:18 Why is good report writing important? 2:08 Rule #1: Making the report readable 2:49 Rule #2: Using visuals in your report 4:10 Rule #3: A presentation is not a report 6:00 Rule #4: Refer to all captioned items 6:58 Rule #5: Cut down on jargon where possible 8:40 Rule #6: Clarity, concision and elegance 10:43 Rule #7: RTFR 11:45 What can people read to get ideas on how to write better reports? For more information: Contact Ian Glacken - Optiro Director of Geology: firstname.lastname@example.org Report Writing for Geologists and Engineers training course Optiro website Further reading: The visual display of quantitative information – Edward R Tufte, Graphics Press, 2001. Eats shoots and leaves – Lynne Truss, Fourth Estate, 2003. Elements of style – William Strunk, Harcourt, 1918.
The content of every call to a crisis or distress line is recorded by the call responder. It is important that that the information recorded is done in a manner that is easily understood by the centre’s supervisor as well as other responders who may be receiving similar calls or who may want to learn from them. It is equally important to realize that reports can be subpoenaed by outside professionals as well as the client/caller themselves. According to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, every individual has the right to access to any information about themselves contained in a personal information bank in the custody or under control of the institution. All call responders and their written reports need to observe legislative requirements under the Privacy Act, and ensure confidentiality of the caller and those that the caller may disclose information about is maintained. The information collected should be information that is relevant to the service being provided. In the presentation by Lynn Brewin, Learning and Development Coordinator for Distress Centres Ontario, you will learn strategies to keep in mind when writing a call report. She will review the difference between subjective and objective writing and how to write without making judgemental statements. Quality report writing reflects your level of professionalism; it is testament of how well you perform as a call responder. Questions for Further Consideration: After reviewing the difference between subjective and objective writing, how would you describe your method of writing call reports? It takes a bit of practice to get a handle of how to write in an objective manner. Becoming aware of this approach is the first step. If someone else reads your report and wonders, “How do you know exactly what the caller was feeling or thinking?” then perhaps you need to change the wording. The change in wording can be as easy as writing, “The caller told me she was feeling…” Have there been times when some of your call reports might have sounded judgemental? (This can happen when there are frustrating repeat callers) If yes, how could you write them differently? Writing judgementally, making negative statements such as: “he constantly complains” reflects poorly on you as a professional. Others might interpret your impressions as being prejudiced or overly involved. Remember to write facts only. If the caller were to read your report would they take offense to your descriptions of them or their issues? What are some types of information or methods of writing that should not be included in a call report? Do not diagnose the caller, we are not clinicians Do not use short forms of people’s names or nicknames Do not write your personal opinion of the caller (judgements) Do not say you think the caller is “so in so”….if the caller wants you to know their name they will tell you. You may say, “this may be a regular caller but could not verify” Do not make statements of how the person was feeling unless they tell you so, then report they told you Do not write every word that the caller stated, but make sure the report reflects important information that was relevant to their issues. Do not write names of individuals who did not call or not relevant to the situation unless for possible legal or life threatening circumstances. Avoid, “the caller told me her friend Lucas betrayed her and that she is no longer going to …”. This is not life threatening information; therefore you can refer to “Lucas” as her “friend”. If the caller told you she fears her husband “James” will beat her – you may want add his name in the report. In all circumstances, you should refer to your centre’s protocols and training information for your report writing.
This episode is brought to you by ITProTV. Visit https://www.itpro.tv/7minsec for over 65 hours of IT training for free! This week we're talking about everybody's favorite topic: REPORT WRITING! Yay! The peasants rejoice! In the last few months I've seen a lot of reports from other companies, and here are a few key problems I see with them: Too long - overall these things are waaAAaAaaAayyyYYYYYYyyy too long. I see reports where the analyst has copied and pasted an entire Nessus report into the main report. Yikes. That makes these things weigh in at hundreds(!) of pages. Too techie - these reports look like their written from one techie to another. Nothing wrong with that, really, however in many cases the key person that needs to "get it" is a manager or C-level position who needs to understand the risks in plain English. No narrative - the reports are just a long laundry list of vulnerabilities without any context of how the pentest was conducted or which vulns should be fixed first. Weak remediation - most of the findings are accompanied by whatever remediation instructions are provided by the vuln-scanner or other tool. We can do better than this! How? Listen to today's episode :-). Oh, and don't forget to come to the next 7MS User Group meeting on Monday, April 22! Details here!
Jason and Sarah discuss: Concepts such as efficiency, time management, prioritization, and redundancy Learning in different ways Lack of consistency in school-based reports Common problems and complaints when writing reports His personal experience and OT journey How he identifies problems and then does something about it What led him to develop Double Tim Docs and what it is Tips for therapists to improve their own documentation process You can find out more about Double Time Docs here: www.doubletimedocs.com You can contact Jason here: Email: email@example.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/doubletimedocs/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doubletimedocs/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doubletimedocs/
Some love it, most hate it – audit report writing does not come naturally to all of us. Even if it is in your mother tongue, it can be quite challenging. Writing audit reports in a foreign language is even more challenging. If you want to improve your audit communication skills in English, Tracie Marquardt is the person to go to. She is the leading expert on audit communication in Europe. Her philosophy is: Communicating effectively in a global environment CAN be learned, be fun and bring your team what is missing: The power to inspire others to take action! I am very proud to have her in my podcast and hope, that you enjoy this episode as much as I did the interview. We are talking about: - How to inspire others to take action - The most common mistakes - How to craft recommendations - How to get win-win results Don’t we all want that? Feel free to contact Tracie via LinkedIn, Xing, www.QACommunication.com, Info@QACommunication.com Please enjoy this episode
Our episode this week is dedicated to all the hard working teachers out there who are in the middle of report writing season. We hope our episode will help you through the crazy season as we move closer to that last bell of 2018...Feedback is so important and we received some this week from multiple sources. We feedback on our feedback!Thanks to everyone who has given us a review on iTunes or given us a listen over the past few weeks. We really appreciate it. Tell your teacher friends, follow us on instagram @chalk_talkpodcast or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.orgOur Red This Week - McClaren Vale 2017 Shiraz
In this episode, Jayson interviews Jason Gonzales of DoubleTimeDocs.com (Affiliate link for your convenience) about some of the Laws, regulations and state guidelines that help OTs understand what should be in (or omitted from) our reports. Also discussed is when you should use standardized assessments, how to choose what assessment to use, and how to decrease the amount of time it takes to complete an OT evaluation report. Get your free 7-day trial to DTD and use promo code FALL18 for 20% off your order for a limited time. (Now Available for PTs as well) References: Want to see the unedited webinar including all of the weird hand gestures we make? Watch the full webinar complete with live feedback and Q&A, HERE! The NY Times Article: Sharp Rise in Occupational Therapy Cases at New York’s Schools by Elizabeth A Harris who covers Education at The New York Times. This 2015 article documents the dramatic increase of students receiving occupational services in New York and Chicago. Find your State Guidelines: We have compiled all of the OT and OT/PT State Guidelines on one easy clickable map for you! Check it out here to find your state's guidelines.Purpose Therapy Box Find the perfect OT gift for yourself or your favorite OTP! Use promo OTSchoolHouse for 10% off!Back To School ConferenceLearn more & register for the OT School House: Back to School Conference before early bird registration ends!
JD “Buck” Savage humorously taught officers to write accurate reports when he said, “Saw drunk. Arrested same.” Thorough, well-written reports get results. Sloppy reports with a dearth of information let the guilty run free. In this podcast segment, Jim and Doug discuss best practices for report writing, and ponder what the future holds, as artificial intelligence and body-worn cameras may one day lead to semi-autonomous report writing or even fully-autonomous report writing.
This week we are welcoming back Ryan Chukuske specifically to hear about his adventure racing the Bigfoot 200 out in Washington a couple weeks ago! Ryan does a great job describing his race experience. Everything from the hilarious bus ride to the starting line to sleeping in the sleep stations to the challenges of the actual course. He also shares some strategies and tricks of the trade he observed from the other racers. If you're interested in racing a 200 mile endurance race, you DEFINITELY need to give this episode a listen! Ryan really puts you into the race and will help you truly understand what you are getting yourself into. If you are like me and simply confounded by the whole dang thing, also be sure to tune in! It really gives you the impression that anything is possible. Hope you guys enjoy! We will definitely chat with Ryan again as we approach the release of his book "Bigfoot 200: Because, You Know, Why the $%#@ Not?" which chronicles the event from the perspective of Ryan, a plethora of other racers, the course medic, and the race director! It's going to be an awesome read for all you endurance junkies out there! More from Ryan Chukuske Our Previous Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/chris-ward-126531464/47-ryan-chukuske Order “100 Miles of Thought”: https://www.amazon.com/100-Miles-Thought-Finding-Success/dp/148021583X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1498747719&sr=1-1&refinements=p_27%3ARyan+M.+Chukuske Order “Into the Darkness: A Runner’s Revenge”: https://www.amazon.com/Into-Darkness-Ryan-M-Chukuske/dp/1499727844/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1498747719&sr=1-2&refinements=p_27%3ARyan+M.+Chukuske ABC News Article: http://abcnews.go.com/US/minnesota-marathoner-covers-52-miles-run-backward/story?id=26316850 Past Interviews about 200 Mile Races: Melissa Sinclair – How to Survive the Tahoe 200: https://soundcloud.com/chris-ward-126531464/like-a-bigfoot-13-melissa-sinclair Candice Burt – Race Director of the Tahoe, Moab and Bigfoot 200: https://soundcloud.com/chris-ward-126531464/37-candice-burt More Like a Bigfoot: Subscribe and Review on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/like-a-bigfoot/id1160773293?mt=2 Soundcloud Archives: https://soundcloud.com/chris-ward-126531464 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/likeabigfoot/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/likeabigfoot/
In This Episode Today we talk about how to be efficient with your time management and report writing. Topics include: Evaluating your schedule to get a realistic idea of the time involved in testing Restructuring your schedule to make sure you have room for testing clients Ways to outsource different aspects of testing to increase your available time Technology that ... Read More The post TTP Episode 5: Getting Efficient with Time and Report Writing appeared first on The Testing Psychologist.
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Formatting your report is one thing; writing it is another. This podcast provides ten key suggestions, such as to approach your document with as much professionalism as possible and begin each paragraph with a topic sentence. These tips will help you write a successful lab report.
Writing reports and assignments can be a daunting prospect. This unit is designed to help you develop the skills you need to write effectively for academic purposes. You will learn how to interpret questions and how to plan, structure and write your assignment or report. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, video and linked PDF are not supported by all ePub readers.