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diary

A personal record kept by a patient or caregiver of important outpatient observations, e.g., blood pressures; blood glucose levels; caloric intake; or the frequency of certain symptoms, such as bowel movements, crying spells, headaches, palpitations, or urination.
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The diaries are formatted with training schedule sections, diet and nutrition advice, core exercises and common problems and injuries.
In light of the findings he recommends physicians and therapists not ask their patients to keep pain diaries.
The focus on these early diaries grows out of Lounsberry's lifelong work on Woolf's entire diary oeuvre; not only has she read and reread all of Woolf's thirtyeight diary books, but she has also tracked down and seems to have read the sixtysix diarists she can be certain Woolf read.
He was interrupted by right-wing historian David Irving, who began holding an impromptu press conference in the same room and said he would prove the diaries were fakes in newspaper articles tomorrow.
Diaries enable patients to make sense of their intensive care experiences, which they previously failed to understand (Storli et al.
in which he unobtrusively offers the results of surveys about the practice of keeping personal diaries without including his own commentary.
In another sense, however, it seemed not to be the case: "It now seems that the study of the whole mass of writing material, diaries as well as other sorts of material, will give us an understanding of rural man that can be gained in no other way .
Wink exhorts us to develop reading strategies that fit the contours of diaries themselves and that view the presumably "private" voices of diarists as just one of the many significant ways in which women represented themselves.
With this collection of excerpted diaries by English speaking women in Canada before and after Confederation, Kathryn Carter makes an ambitious contribution to the ongoing project of women's history in this country.
The authors of the other two sailors' diaries the editor has found, of which only one is published (Paul E.
Carter, the editor of this compilation of twenty diaries written in English by Canadian women, is well acquainted with the genre, as she uncovered five hundred archived diaries during work for her bibliography Diaries in English by Women in Canada.
Courts might order a diary made public in a criminal case, he said, but "a newspaper attempting to get access to private diaries simply because they want to see something that might be embarrassing or salacious, that is a different matter entirely.