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  • Practical counselling and helping skills : Text and activities for the life skills counselling model 

    Nelson-Jones, Richard (Sage publications ltd, 2004)
    This is a practical ‘how to’ counselling and helping skills textbook. In this book I present the component skills for the Relationship– Understanding–Changing (RUC) life skills counselling model, which consists of three ...
  • The flying publisher guide to Critical care in neurology 

    Kitchener, Nabil; Hashem, Saher; Wahba, Mervat; Khalaf, Magdy; Zarif, Bassem; Simin Mansoor (Flying Publisher, 2012)
    Neurointensive care is a relatively new field that has developed as a subspecialty of critical care and neurology. The goal of neurointensive care, and the neurointensivist, is to treat and prevent primary and secondary ...
  • COVID Reference 

    Kamps, S. Bernd; Hoffmann, Christian (Steinhäuser Verlag, 2021-03-29)
    In not even a year after the discovery of COVID-19, several vaccines have been licensed and hundreds of millions of people will be vaccinated within months. Soon the number of severe COVID-19 cases will plummet, people ...
  • Nursing diagnosis handbook : An evidence-based guide to planning care 

    Ackle, J. Betty; Ladwig, B. Gail (Elsevier, Inc., 2017)
    Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: An Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care is a convenient reference to help the practicing nurse or nursing student make a nursing diagnosis and write a care plan with ease and confidence. This ...
  • Hematology : Basic principles and practice 

    Hoffman, Ronald; Anastas, John (Elsevier, Inc., 2018)
    This is the seventh edition of Hematology: Basic Principles and Practice. This textbook has, over the last 30 years, become a staple for many students of hematology. It is our intent that this seventh edition continue to ...
  • Concepts of epidemiology : An integrated introduction to the ideas, theories, principles and methods of epidemiology 

    Bhopal, S. Raj (Oxford University Press Inc., 2002)
    The purpose of this book is to explain and illustrate the key concepts which underpin the science of epidemiology and its applications to research, policy making, health service planning and health promotion. The book ...
  • A clinical guide to the treatment of the human stress response 

    Everly, S. George Jr.; Lating, M. Jeffrey (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002)
    Over a decade has passed since the first edition of this critically acclaimed volume was published. Much is new, but much has remained the same. The reader will find that the primary efferent biological mechanisms of the ...
  • A clinical guide to the treatment of the human stress response 

    Everly, S. George; Lating, M. Jr. Jeffrey (Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2019)
    In 1981, Robert Rosenfeld and I (GSE) wrote The Nature and Treatment of the Stress Response. The book was the first of its kind integrating psychophysiology and neuroendocrinology with clinical psychology and psychiatry to ...
  • Nursing diagnosis handbook : An evidence -based guide to planning care 

    Ackley, J. Betty; Ladwig, B. Gail; Makic, B. F. Mary (Elsevier Inc., 2017)
    Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: An Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care is a convenient reference to help the practicing nurse or nursing student make a nursing diagnosis and write a care plan with ease and confidence. This ...
  • Decision making in emergency critical care : An evidence-based handbook 

    Arbo, E. John; Ruoss, J. Stephen; Stillman, Joshua (Wolters Kluwer, 2015)
    Emergency physicians are caring for a growing number of critically ill patients. This increase in ED-critical care volume, coupled with prolonged patient stays, has placed new demands on the emergency physician. He or she must now ...
  • Biomedical informatics : Computer applications in health care and biomedicine 

    Shortliffe, H. Edward; Cimino, J. James (Springer-Verlag London, 2014)
    he world of biomedical research and health care has changed remarkably in the 25 years since the first edition of this book was undertaken. So too has the world of computing and communications and thus the underlying scientific ...
  • Alternative energy sources 

    Michaelides, Efstathios E. (Stathis) (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2012)
    In the beginning of the twenty-first century, our society is faced with an energy challenge: as highly populous, developing countries become more affluent and as the developed nations continue to increase their energy ...
  • Modeling life : The mathematics of biological systems 

    Garfinkel, Alan; Shevtsov, Jane; Guo, Yina (Springer International Publishing AG, 2017)
    This course was designed to supplant the traditional “Calculus for Life Sciences” course generally required for freshman and sophomore life science students. The standard course is limited to calculus in one variable and ...
  • Metabolism of human diseases : Organ physiology and pathophysiology 

    Lammert, Eckhard; Zeeb, Martin (Springer-Verlag Wien, 2014)
    The scientific community has increasingly recognized metabolic alterations as being critical components or even drivers of human disease. Metabolism of Human Diseases discusses the metabolism and signaling pathways in ...
  • Medical biochemistry : Human metabolism in health and disease 

    Rosenthal, D. Miriam; Glew, H. Robert (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009)
    Human metabolism is a key component of the basic science knowledge that un- derlies the practice of medicine and allied health professions. It is fundamental to understanding how the body adapts to physiologic stress, how ...
  • Primer on the rheumatic disease 

    Klippe, H. John; Stone, H. John; Crofford, J. Leslie; White, H. Patience (Springer Science + Business Media, LLC, 2008)
    Students, residents, and fellows interested in learning about the rheumatic diseases are faced with the daunting challenge of trying to integrate learning about a multitude of fascinating and diverse clinical disorders ...
  • Neurological, psychiatric, and developmental disorders : Meeting the Challenge in the developing World 

    Institute of medicine (National Academy Press, 2001)
    The continuing existence of gross disparities in health between affluent and poorer countries is becoming a major challenge for policy makers in the new millennium. While the link between poverty and disease is well ...
  • Neuroanatomy in clinical context : An Atlas of Structures, Sections, Systems, and Syndromes 

    Haines, E. Duane (Wolters Kluwer Health, 2015)
    The first edition of this book contained several unique features, one of which was a particular emphasis on clinical correlations. This approach was one of several guiding principles that were followed through subsequent ...
  • The pocket primer on the rheumatic diseases 

    Klippel, H. John (Springer-Verlag London Limited, 2010)
    For eight decades the Primer on the Rheumatic Diseases has been the standard text from which most medical students and house officers have learned rheumatology. I myself will never forget thumbing through an older edition ...
  • Numerical methods and optimization : A consumer guide 

    Walter, Éric (Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2014)
    High-school education has led us to view problem solving in physics and chemistry as the process of elaborating explicit closed-form solutions in terms of unknown parameters, and then using these solutions in numerical ...

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