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  • Ask the StoryBots


    Ask the StoryBots is an American animated children's television series based on the characters from the StoryBots educational website and videos. It was created and produced by JibJab Bros. Studios and premiered exclusively on Netflix on August 12, 2016. In its first season, the series was nominated for an Annie Awards for Best Animated TV Production for Preschool Children, was a finalist for a Peabody Award, was nominated in the International category at the British Academy Children's Awards and received six nominations for the Daytime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Preschool Children's Animated Program. It won the 2017 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Interactive Media - Enhancement to a Daytime Program or Series.Ask the StoryBots also inspired a holiday special, A StoryBots Christmas, also on Netflix, which won two Daytime Emmy Awards. Season two of Ask the StoryBots was released worldwide on Netflix on August 24, 2018.

  • Retail clinics in the United States


    A retail clinic is a category of walk-in clinic located in retail stores, supermarkets and pharmacies that treat uncomplicated minor illnesses and provide preventative health care services. They are sometimes called "retail-based clinics," "convenient care clinics," or "nurse-in-a-box." Retail clinics in the United States are usually staffed by nurse practitioners (NPs) or physician assistants (PAs) and do not necessarily have a doctor physically available onsite. Some, however, are staffed by physicians.

  • Nurse call button


    A nurse call button on a pillow speaker with TV controls This hospital bed has a nurse call button on its rails A nurse call button is a button or cord found in hospitals and nursing homes, at places where patients are at their most vulnerable, such as beside their bed and in the bathroom.. It allows patients in health care settings to alert a nurse or other health care staff member remotely of their need for help. When the button is pressed, a signal alerts staff at the nurse's station, and usually, a nurse or nurse assistant responds to such a call. Some systems also allow the patient to speak directly to the staffer; others simply beep or buzz at the station, requiring a staffer to actually visit the patient's room to determine the patient's needs.

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