Case Files Pathology by Eugene Toy, Margaret Uthman, Edward Uthman, Earl Brown

By Eugene Toy, Margaret Uthman, Edward Uthman, Earl Brown

This publication provides fifty five medical instances emphasizing the fundamental technological know-how elements of pathology and is “the closest you may get to the wards with no seeing patients.” each one case comprises a longer dialogue (including definitions and a pathophysiology discussion), key issues, and 3-5 USMLE-style comprehension questions.

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Likewise, there are different methods and styles of planning releases and sprints. The simple answer is to keep planning simple and efficient; think of planning sessions as times for tuning product development in accordance with the stakeholders' needs. Since those needs are certain to change, tuning will be a continuous process much like you observe in the string section at the concert. This chapter focuses on the long-term release plan, while Chapter 3, Sprint Planning – Fine-tune the Sprint Commitment, is all about the short-term sprint plan.

The product increment should be potentially shippable—that is, of high enough quality to give to users. The product owner is responsible for accepting the product increment during each sprint, according to the agreed-upon Definition of Done and acceptance criteria for each sprint deliverable. Without a product increment, the product owner and other stakeholders have no way to inspect and adapt the product. Visible progress A team must keep its progress visible at all times. It will create many additional artifacts in order to ensure visibility.

Scrum teams should be five to nine team members, dedicated to the life of the project (and perhaps beyond), cross-functional, empowered, and self-organizing. Scrum teams plan, estimate, and commit to their work, rather than a manager performing these functions for them. The end goal of the team is to deliver a potentially shippable product increment that meets an agreed-upon Definition of Done each and every sprint. The George Cleverly shoe craftsmen would be considered Scrum delivery team members while the craftsmen, customer, and shoe design consultant together would comprise the overall Scrum team (it takes everyone's participation to make the right shoe).

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