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The Value Reporting Foundation today publishes Transition to integrated reporting: A Guide to getting started to help report preparers develop a custom-fit transition plan to integrated reporting. The Guide is a companion to the Framework, the principles-based, multi-capital framework used to accelerate integrated reporting across the world. Integrated reporting helps businesses think holistically about their strategy to build investor and key stakeholder confidence and improve future performance. With integrated reporting now being adopted in 75 countries worldwide, by over 2,500 organizations and with support from 40 stock exchanges and counting, more and more organizations are experiencing its benefits for business decision-making and long-term value creation.

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We are pleased to publish the Transition to integrated reporting: A guide to getting started, which not only introduces the basics of integrated reporting to those setting out on their journey, but also converts high-level concepts into concrete action. Drawing from the rich insights and experience of those who have applied the International Framework over eight years, the guide also appeals to businesses seeking to improve their current approach to integrated reporting.

Generally, yes, and the process is basically the same as getting your own record. If the law says you can make health care-related decisions for another individual, you usually have the right to access their record. You could be authorized under state, military, or tribal law, or by the individual, or a court, to make health care decisions for this person. For example, you may have a medical power of attorney or authority as a health care proxy. Under the HIPAA Privacy Rule, such a person who can legally make health care decisions for someone else is called a personal representative.

What information do you want? This is to guide your provider in pulling the records you need. Often, it will be a set of check boxes. Check all that apply. [For more information, see What am I asking for?]

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Since DevOps is a burgeoning field, there are a lot of people who are just jumping in. And with related technologies, practices, and even a culture to figure out, getting started might feel a little daunting. In this eBook, we present you with some practical information to help you understand what DevOps is all about, critical technologies and terms, and how a collaborative culture is going to benefit your work and your company. We also give you a list of resources to help you continue learning, as well as a real-world example of how DevOps is offering huge benefits to a major company.

In 2006, Bruce was unable to update his study guide, so he gave me permission to to do it. That version was the first issue of the No-Nonsense, Technician-Class Study Guide. In 2007, I produced the first No-Nonsense General Class Study Guide. In 2012, after much coaxing, I came out with the No-Nonsense Extra Class License Study Guide. All three study guides have been updated as time has gone on and are current with the latest question pools.

Loved the General guide. Got my upgrade this summer using it. Well, mostly. Only read the first few chapters and did the rest of the test with common sense and experience. I will definitely need the guide for my Extra though, so get writing!

Dan, Thanks for all your hard work in making these 2 study guides. I just passed my Tech test a couple days ago. Not sure I could have done it without your guide. I decided to get into the Amateur radio hobby only a few days before.

Thank you very much for these two study guides. I found them when I was working on my tech and it made it very easy. I had no problems with either test after going through the study guide. I recommend both study guides to anyone wanting to take the test. So far, everyone that read through them passed without any problems. Great manuals!

I am Timothy J. Cregan, N2RDB, District Emergency Coordinator for Nassau County, NY ARES. I have been using your study guides to help get people ready to take their tests, with good results. Do you plan on re-writing the No-Nonsense Guide to reflect the changes in the new Technician Class question pool?

I recently retired & found myself with some time on my hands. A Google search revealed your study guide. I read through it once & took a practice test getting about 65%. I then went through the guide one chapter a week & practice tested again with a solid 70%. That led me to print it out and take notes as I read through it. A practice of 75% (several tests averaged over a week) let me know I was almost there.

Dan, I just wanted to say thanks for your wonderful study guide. A read through the guide (just once) was enough to put the questions into perspective so that I understood the questions relating to FCC rules and best practices. (I had a leg up on the electronics portion, but that too was well-written and concise!)

I just took my element 2 exam last night and passed it with flying colors. Even better: I understood the answers, I was giving, largely due to the format of your study guide and how easy it was to look up additional details.

I just passed my technician licensing test missing only one question! What a great study guide! I will be using your general study guide to pass the general licensing test this October. I look forward to the day when I can print off the free version of the extra study guide. I hope you are able to use the donation that I just sent you. I look forward to sending you a donation with each test I pass.

So far I have given out 12 copies of the sutdyt guide. Yesterday two of the women went and took the Technician exam, and both passed! They are so excited! One of them asked me for the General Class study guide, which I just emailed to her (your latest version, of course).

I have a group of young men that have asked me to help teach them so they can take their exam. I am planning on using your study guide with them and then try to do some demonstrations to augment their studying.

Thank you for your study guide. I was granted my Tech License back in Feb of 2010 and was able to pass largely due to your well-written and understandable guide. Now I have the burning desire to earn my General ticket, and I know I will be able to do so with the assistance of your study guide. I also agree with another poster that it would be nice to see who all you have helped in the country and have a digital map with all of our virtual pins in the map from our home areas.

Thank you Dan for you wonderful study guides. I passed my Technician exam with flying colors and plan on taking the General exam very soon. Looking forward to the Extra study guide later on this year.

Wow Dan! Your Study guide is amazing. I took a class here in Medford, Oregon with 17 others. We used the current ARRL manuel to study. Myself and several others in the class were totally new to electronics etc. We were pretty discouraged with the layout of the manuel, the question layout etc., and the tremendous amount of information to absorb. I ran across your Study Guide last week. I wish I could have had it from the beginning. It would have been so much easier to learn from the way you grouped everything together so that one could see it all at once rather than jumping back and forth and all over the place.

High, thanks for these study guides, I was able to brush up and pick up my general. After 2 tries my wife was able to get her Tech! That is a big win for your writing style since she is not technically inclined unless the material is present in certain ways. She was able to engage with me on some topics as I studied for my General that she had just absorbed from your tech study guide. The document has Sticking power! I was ecstatic when this happened!

Thanks for the No-Nonses study guides. They are wonderful. I used it to study for the Tech and General (passed both of them missing only a few questions each). After reading the guide once through for a primer I just started taking the practice tests over and over until I got things down. My wife used the tech to study as well and she passed.

Thanks for your kind words, Vic, and thanks for reminding me that I should have posted a comment here that the Extra Class study guide is now available. You can order it right here on the site or via Amazon or Barnes&Noble.

My Extra Class study guide was just published, and covers the questions in the latest question pool. All of my study guides are up-to-date. The General Class study guide was released in 2011 and covers the question pool released then, while the Tech study guide was updated in 2010 to cover that question pool.

I just wanted to say thank you for the time and effort you put into these guides. I used both the tech and general guides and took both at o.e session and passed with flying colors (aced both). Again I thank you. Matt Kennedy KK4NSM

I studied the technician guide. The day before I went to take the test, I found out that I could take more than one test on the same day. I read through your general guide once the night before and was able to pass the general test too.

Thanks so much for these guides! They were very helpful to me after I read through the ARRL Tech Study Guide. I probably read it for 2 weeks off and on to get familiar with the concepts and info, and then for another 2 weeks or so I read your Tech guide. I passed the test and got 33 out of 35 right this past Saturday.

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