By David K. Switzer
By David K. Switzer
By Jonathan Gleadle
History and medical exam at a Glance features:
History and scientific exam at a Glance is the correct advisor for scientific, future health technology scholars, and junior medical professionals, as an excellent source for scientific attachments, last-minute revision, or everytime you desire a refresher.
By Linda Duxbury,Chris Higgins
A ideal typhoon of things are brewing that might redefine established care within the coming a long time. not on time marriage and parenthood, longer life-spans, reduce birthrates, and the future health coverage shift to casual caregiving have enormously elevated the variety of staff whose psychological and actual well-being suffers as a result of an lack of ability to stability paintings, childcare, and eldercare. Employers additionally consider the pinch as this lack of ability to stability a myriad of calls for is negatively impacting their backside line.
Something’s acquired to Give
is a accomplished evaluate of the demanding situations confronted by means of staff and employers as they fight to answer this dramatic demographic swap. Linda Duxbury and Christopher Higgins make the most of an unique and wealthy info set–gathered from 25,000 Canadians who're hired complete time in public, deepest, and not-for-profit organizations--to exhibit the pressing want for place of work and coverage reforms and aid for hired caregivers. The authors’ well timed paintings offers functional suggestion to managers and policy-makers approximately easy methods to mitigate the results of worker work-life clash, continue expertise, and enhance worker engagement and productiveness. enterprise and labour leaders in addition to staff who really care approximately their careers and industries can’t manage to pay for to disregard the strategies that Something’s bought to Give thoughtfully offers.
By Mark PhD Lazenby,Ruth RN, PhD McCorkle,Daniel P. MD, PhD Sulmasy
By James L. Bernat,Richard Beresford
Advances in our realizing of the mind and speedy advances within the scientific perform of neurology are growing questions and issues from a moral and criminal viewpoint. Ethical and criminal concerns in Neurology offers a close evaluate of varied normal features of neuroethics, and includes chapters facing an enormous array of particular matters comparable to the position of faith, the ethics of invasive neuroscience examine, and the effect of power misconduct in neurologic perform. The publication focuses specific cognizance on difficulties regarding palliative care, euthanasia, dementia, and neurogenetic problems, and concludes with examinations of recognition, own identification, and the definition of dying.
This quantity specializes in practices not just in North the United States but additionally in Europe and the constructing global. it's a resource for all neuroscience and neurology pros, researchers, scholars, students, practising medical neurologists, psychological healthiness execs, and psychiatrists.
By Shane S. Bush PhD ABPP ABN
From the Afterword by way of Frank A. Cervo, MD,
Long Island kingdom Veterans domestic,
Stony Brook college university of medication
Detailed case reviews will advisor practitioners via Bush's "Four A's" of moral decision-making:
Making trained, moral judgements and selecting the suitable plan of action with aged sufferers can turn out tricky for psychological wellbeing and fitness practitioners. this can be very true whilst sufferers be afflicted by Alzheimer's illness or different problems that impair their very own decision-making talents. while confronting dilemmas relating privateness, knowledgeable consent, and sufferer autonomy, use of a moral decision-making version is vital.
In this ebook, Bush not just provides this sensible, 10-step version, yet via a various choice of case reviews, additionally demonstrates the way it might be carried out throughout various healing settings. Nursing, social paintings, counseling, and psychiatry are just 4 of the various settings mentioned. In essence, the writer deals a really detailed, interdisciplinary method of moral decision-making in geriatric psychological well-being care.
By John C. Moskop
By John R Peteet,Michael N D'Ambra,John R. Peteet MD,Michael N. D'Ambra MD
To what quantity may still religious details join a patient's scientific evaluate? How may still physicians reply while sufferers refuse life-saving care on non secular grounds? should still medical professionals pray with their sufferers? Questions comparable to those elevate deeper ones concerning the pursuits of medication and the character of therapeutic. In a suite of enticing and candid essays, The Soul of Medicine explores the function and impression of spirituality in scientific perform, professionalism, and clinical education.
The members to this quantity process this subject from their very own non secular perspectives?Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, New Age / Eclectic, secular, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Christian Scientist. Their thought-provoking essays offer wealthy insights not just into the wishes of sufferers with a number of international perspectives but additionally into how spirituality impacts the perform of medicine.
When their very own non secular concerns come up in scientific perform, physicians depend on their professionalism, ethics, and schooling. to raised know how quite a few global perspectives are integrated into scientific paintings, medical professionals needs to ask themselves?as those participants have?a sequence of significant questions: What insights approximately lifestyles and therapeutic does your religion offer? How does your religion problem or make stronger modern medication? How do you investigate and handle spirituality in medical perform? How do your personal ideals effect your interactions with patients?
The Soul of Medicine encourages scientific scholars and practitioners to acknowledge the religious dimensions of drugs, to think about how those dimensions tell their very own schooling and perform, and to be compassionate approximately their patients'?and their own?religious beliefs.
By Mark A. Hardy,Alan I. Benvenisty,Lynn Cahill
By Jeffrey T. Gorke