Patience -- Religious aspects -- Christianity. : Obedient patience in general, and in XX particular cases [electronic resource] : with helps to obtain and use it, and impatience repressed : cross-bearers less to be pityed that cross-makers / written for his own use under the cross, imposed by God and man, and published as now seasonable ... by Richard Baxter.
Patience -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Sermons. : The unreasonableness and danger of grudging. [electronic resource] : A sermon preach'd at Gloucester, before Mr. Justice Powell, and Mr. Justice Gould: at the assize held there by Mr. Justice Gould: March the 7th, 1707/8. By Richard Millechamp, M. A. And Rector of Rudford in Gloucestershire. Published at the Desire of the Judges, the High-Sheriff, and the Grand-Jury, &c.
Patient assessment in nursing -- See Nursing assessment. --Here are entered works on the process of gathering data on the health status of a patient through interview, observation, examination, etc., in nursing. Works on the problem-oriented description of a patient's actual or potential health problems that a nurse is licensed and competent to treat are entered under Nursing diagnosis.