R - Medicine Acquisitions during October 2017
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Wong's essentials of pediatric nursing
edited by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, PhD, RN, PPCNP-BC, FAAN, Bessie Baker Professor of Nursing and Professor of Pediatrics, Associate Dean for Research Affairs, Chair, Duke Institutional Review Board, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, David Wilson, MS, RNC-NIC (deceased), staff, Children's Hospital at Saint Francis, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Cheryl C. Rodgers, PhD, RN, CPNP, CPON, Assistant Professor, Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, North Carolina
St. Louis, Missouri : Elsevier, 
Children, their families, and the nurse -- Assessment of the child and family -- Family-centered care of the newborn -- Family-centered care of the infant -- Family-centered care of the young child -- Family-centered care of the school-age child and adolescent -- Family-centered care of the child with special needs -- The child who is hospitalized -- The child with problems related to the transfer of oxygen and nutrients -- The child with problems related to the production and circulation of blood -- The child with a disturbance of regulatory mechanisms -- The child with a problem that interferes with physical mobility.
Matthews Fuller RJ245 .W46 2017
My lovely wife in the psych ward : a memoir
Lukach, Mark, author
New York, NY : Harper Wave, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 
"Mark and Giulia's life together began as a storybook romance. The fell in love at eighteen, married at twenty-four, and were living their dream life in San Francisco. When Giulia was twenty-seven, she suffered a terrifying and unexpected psychotic break that landed her in the psych ward for nearly a month. One day she was vibrant and well-adjusted; the next she was delusional and suicidal, convinced that she was the devil and that her loved ones were not safe. All she wanted was to die. Eventually, Giulia fully recovered, and the couple had a son. But, soon after Jonas was born, Giulia had another breakdown, and then a third a few years after that. Pushed to the edge of the abyss, everything the couple had once taken for granted was upended. A story of the fragility of the mind, and the tenacity of the human spirit, My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward is, above all, a love story that raises profound questions: How do we care for the people we love? What and who do we live for? Breathtaking in its candor, radiant with compassion, and written with dazzling lyricism, Lukach's is an intensely personal odyssey through the harrowing years of his wife's mental illness, anchored by an abiding devotion to family that will affirm readers' faith in the power of love"--
Baker Berry RC450.G7 L85 2017
Pediatric advanced life support : Provider manual
American Heart Association
Dallas, TX : American Heart Association, ©2016
Part 1: Course overview -- Part 2: Review of BLS and AED for Infants and Children -- Part 3: Systematic Approach to the Seriously ill or Injured Child -- Part 4: Recognition and Management of Cardiac Arrest -- Part 5: Effective Resuscitation Team Dynamics -- Part 6: Recognition of Respiratory Distress and Failure -- Part 7: Management of Respiratory Distress and Failure -- Resources for Management of Respiratory Emergencies -- Part 8: Recognition of Shock -- Part 9: Management of Shock -- Resources for Management of Circulatory Emergencies -- Part 10: Recognition of Arrhythmias -- Part 11: Management of Arrhythmias -- Part 12: Post-Cardiac Arrest Care -- Appendix -- Index.
Matthews Fuller RJ370 .P43 2016
Medicine unbundled : a journey through the minefields of indigenous health care
Geddes, Gary, 1940- author
Victoria ; Heritage, 
Joanie's people : discarding the masks of shame -- Heartland : where the cure can be worse than the disease -- The long sentence : and the first shall be last -- Restoring the song : lessons for the hard of hearing.
"An investigative exploration of the separate "Indian hospitals" that existed in Canada for many decades, told through memoir, archival research, and interviews with survivors."--
Baker Berry RA450.4.I53 G43 2017
To Siri with love : a mother, her autistic son, and the kindness of machines
Newman, Judith, author
New York, NY : HarperCollins Publishers, 
Oh no -- Why? -- Again again again -- I, tunes -- Vroom -- Blush -- Go -- Doc -- Snore -- To Siri with love -- Work it -- Chums -- Getting some -- Toast -- Bye.
A full-length version of the viral "New York Times" op-ed column of the same name shares stories about the author's life with her autistic son, whose therapeutic use of Apple's electronic personal assistant became an unusual example of the power of technology.
Baker Berry RJ506.A9 N49 2017
AACN procedure manual for high-acuity, progressive, and critical care
edited by Debra Lynn-McHale Wiegand
St. Louis, Missouri : Elsevier, 
Unit I: Pulmonary system -- Sect. One: Airway management -- Sect. Two: Special pulmonary procedures -- Sect. Three: Thoracic cavity management -- Sect. Four: Ventilatory management -- Unit II: Cardiovascular system -- Sect. Five: Cardiac emergencies -- Sect. Six: Cardiac pacemakers -- Sect. Seven: Circulatory assist devices -- Sect. Eight: Electrocardiographic leads and cardiac monitoring -- Sect. Nine: Hemodynamic monitoring -- Sect. Ten: Special cardiac procedures -- Sect. Eleven: Vascular access -- Unit III: Neurologic system -- Sect. Twelve: Neurologic monitoring -- Sect. Thirteen: Special neurologic procedures -- Sect. Fourteen: Traction management -- Sect. Fifteen: Pain management -- Unit IV: Gastrointestinal system -- Sect. Sixteen: Special gastrointestinal procedures -- Unit V: Renal system -- Sect. Seventeen: Renal replacement -- Unit. VI: Hematologic system -- Sect. Eighteen: Fluid management -- Sect. Nineteen: Special hematologic procedures -- Unit VII: Integumentary system -- Sect. Twenty: Burn wound management -- Sect. Twenty-one: Special integumentary procedures -- Sect. Twenty-two: Wound management -- Unit VIII: Nutrition -- Unit IX: Calculating medication doses.
Matthews Fuller RT120.I5 A17 2017
First aid for the basic sciences general principles
senior editors, Tao Le, William L. Hwang ; editors, Luke R.G. Pike, M. Scott Moore
New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 
Anatomy and histology -- Behavioral science -- Biochemistry -- Embryology -- Microbiology -- Immunology -- Pathology -- General pharmacology.
Matthews Fuller R834.5 .F57 2017
Walt Whitman's guide to manly health & training
Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892, author
California : Ten Speed Press, 
Machine generated contents note: CONTENTS -- FOREWORD 2 -- INTRODUCTION 4 -- 1 THE VALUE OF TRAINING 6 -- 2 GENERAL HEALTH & GOOD HABITS 22 -- 3 EXERCISE & SPORT 38 -- 4 GROOMING & DRESS 56 -- 5 FOOD & DRINK 74 -- 6 MENTAL HEALTH & MORAL FORTITUDE 88 -- 7 MISCELLANY 104 -- CONCLUSION 118 -- ABOUT THE AUTHOR 123.
"A giftable, illustrated collection of quotes and pithy advice--equal parts self-help and grooming guide--by quintessential American poet and writer Walt Whitman. In 1858, famed American author Walt Whitman penned a series of newspaper columns under a pseudonym on the subject of "manly health and training," shortly before his landmark third edition of Leaves of Grass was published. Recently discovered for the first time in 150 years, the fascinating manifesto contains the renowned poet's advice and musings on topics such as diet, exercise, grooming, alcohol, dancing, sports, and more. This short collection presents more than 75 of his best quips, quotes, and extracts on healthy living, all in Whitman's signature lyrical prose style"--
Baker Berry RA777.8 .W45 2017
Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly Media, ©2013
An anatomy of medical practice -- Medical billing -- The bandwidth of paper -- Herding cars : Healthcare management and business office operations -- Patient-facing software -- Human error -- Meaningful use overview -- A selective history of EHR technology -- Ontologies -- Interoperability -- HIPAA : The far-reaching healthcare regulation -- Open source systems.
Ready to take your IT skills to the healthcare industry> This concise book provides a candid assessment of the U.S. healthcare system as it ramps up it use of electronic health records (EHRs) and other forms of IT to comply with the government's meaningful use requirements. It's a tremendous opportunity for tens of thousands of IT professionals, but it's also a huge challenge: the program requires a complete makeover of archaic records systems, workflows, and other practices now in place. This book points out how hospitals and doctors' offices differ from other organizations that use IT, and explains what's necessary to bridge the gap between clinicians and IT staff.
Matthews Fuller RA971.6 .T76 2013
Continuing professional development in medicine and health care : better education, better patient outcomes
editors, William F. Rayburn, MD, MBA, Associate Dean, Continuing Medical Education and Professional Development, Distinguished Professor and Emeritus Chair, Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of New Mexio School of Medicine, President Elect, Society for Academic Continuing Medical education, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mary G. Turco, EdD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Immediate Past President, Scoiety for Academic Continuing Medical Education, Consultant, Center for Learning and Professional Development, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover and Lebanon, New Hampshire, David A. Davis, MD, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto, Past President, Society for Academic Continuing Medical education, Dundas, Ontario, Canada, Fort Myers beach, Florida
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, 
Matthews Fuller R834 .C67 2018
Life at the end of life : finding words beyond words
Brennan, Marcia, author
Bristol, UK : Intellect, 2017
Part I: Painting the stories: Applied aesthetics and the living epiphany. Between water and sky: The artist in residence in the clinical context -- Seeing only beauty when there's nothing left to see: Creative expressions and epiphanic consciousness -- The circle gets bigger and the light gets brighter: collaborative intersections between medicine and the humanities -- Interwovenness with the world. If you want love: Continuity and creation in domestic genre scenes -- The canopy of birds: Interwovenness with the natural world -- Like pearls: Muslim spirituality and worlds between worlds -- Interwovenness within one another. The wisdom in an eagle's eye: Seeing beyond the dualism of the conventional medical model -- We were dancing clone: Weddings and marriages at the end of life -- The gossamer thread: Parents and children -- Transformative visions: The death that saved our lives. With our candelabra burning: Materialism, trash, and transvaluation -- The stars came down to meet me: Viable subjects and visionary consciousness -- Here comes the next breath: End of life visions and near-death experiences -- Note regarding issues of confidentiality.
"Artist and scholar Marcia Brennan serves as Artist in Residence at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, and the experience of seeing, close-up, the transitional states and transformational visions involved in the approaching end of life raised countless questions about the intersection of life, death, and art. Those questions are at the heart of this unique book. Bridging disparate fields, including art history, medical humanities, and religious studies, Life at the End of Life explores the ways in which art can provide a means for rendering otherwise abstract, deeply personal, and spiritual experiences vividly concrete and communicable, even as they remain open-ended and transcendent. In the face of death, suffering, and uncertainty, Brennan shows how artistic expression can offer valuable aesthetic and metaphysical avenues for understanding and for making meaning." -- Publisher's description
Sherman RC489.A7 B74 2017
Critical care transport
series editor, Andrew N. Pollak, MD, FAAOS ; lead editors, Mike McEvoy, NRP, RN, CCRN, Jeffrey S. Rabrich, DO, FACEP, EMT-P, Michael Murphy, RN, CEN, EMT-P
Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, 
Introduction and overview of critical care transport -- Medical legal issues -- Patient safety -- Air medical transport fundamentals and flight physiology -- Patient assessment -- Respiratory emergencies, airway management, and ventilation -- Critical care pharmacology -- Laboratory analysis and diagnostic studies -- Resuscitation, shock, and blood products -- Trauma -- Neurologic emergencies -- Burns -- Cardiovascular emergencies -- Hemodynamic monitoring and circulatory support -- Gastrointestinal and genitourinary emergencies -- Endocrine emergencies -- Environmental emergencies -- Infectious and communicable diseases -- Toxicologic emergencies -- Obstetric and gynecologic emergencies -- Neonatal emergencies -- Pediatric emergencies -- Bariatric and special situations.
Matthews Fuller RA996.5 .C75 2018
Master the boards. USMLE step 2 CK
Fischer, Conrad, author
New York : Kaplan Publishing, 2017
Internal medicine -- Preventive medecine -- Dermatology -- Surgery -- Sports medicine -- Ear, nose, and throat (ENT) -- Pediatrics -- Obstetrics -- Gynecology -- Radiology -- Opthalmology -- Psychiatry -- Emergency medicine -- Ethics -- Biostatics and epidemiology.
Matthews Fuller R834.5 .F57735 2017
The weight loss surgery coping companion : a practical guide for coping with post-surgery emotions
Kabala, Tanie Miller, author
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 
Life after weight loss surgery -- How to cope with loneliness -- How to cope with anger -- How to cope with anxiety -- How to cope with depression -- How to cope with identity confusion -- How to cope with the urge to overeat -- Putting it all together : your coping companion.
This weight-loss companion and resource guide helps weight loss surgery patients to understand the experiences of their emotions and provides specific, personalized strategies to allow them to cope with these emotions in healthy, effective ways.
Matthews Full Consumer He RD540 .K323 2015
Fitzpatrick's color atlas and synopsis of clinical dermatology
Wolff, Klaus, 1935- author
New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 
Matthews Fuller RL81 .W65 2017
Robertson, Leon S., author
[Raleigh] : Lulu Books, 
Injury and the role of epidemiology -- Energy characteristics and control strategies -- Research objectives and usable data -- Injury severity -- Injury statistics -- National injury surveillance -- Local injury surveillance and risk factor surveys -- The use and abuse of causal analysis -- Research designs and data analysis -- Human factors -- Evaluation of programs to change human factors voluntarily -- Evaluation of laws and rules directed at individual behavior -- Evaluation of agent, vehicle and environmental modifications -- Evaluation of post-injury treatment and rehabilitation -- Injury epidemiology and economics -- Summation of principles.
Matthews Fuller RD93.8 .R63 2015
Navigating life with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Bromberg, M. B. author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Matthews Full Consumer He RC406.A24 B76 2017
Medical-surgical nursing made incredibly easy!
clinical editors, Carolyn Gersch, Nicole Heimgartner, Cherie Rebar, Laura M. Willis
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, 
Matthews Fuller RT51 .M436 2017
Diabetes A to Z : what you need to know about diabetes-- simply put
American Diabetes Association
Alexandria : American Diabetes Association, 
An A to Z guide to dealing with diabetes. From the A1C test to getting your ZZZ's, you'll get the most up-to-date recommendations from the American Diabetes Association-- and get back to living your life.
Matthews Full Consumer He RC660.4 .D526 2016
Diversity and inclusion in quality patient care
Marcus L. Martin, Sheryl L. Heron, Lisa Moreno-Walton, editors ; Anna Walker Jones, managing editor
Cham : Springer, 
Matthews Fuller RA563.M56 D58 2016
Beautiful bodies : a memoir
Miller, Kimberly Rae, author
New York : Little A, 
Blending social history and personal experiences, an exploration of how people try to control their bodies with food reveals the struggle everyone experiences with their own bodies.
Baker Berry RM222.2 .M5224 2017
Family therapy with Muslims
Daneshpour, Manijeh, author
New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Part I. Muslim spiritual, social, family, and political history -- Muslim belief defined -- Muslim countries defined -- The impact of colonialism defined -- Gender and power defined -- part II. Family therapy theories -- Family therapy assessment defined -- Structural family therapy defined -- Bowenian family therapy defined -- Experiential family therapy defined -- Narrative family therapy defined -- Contextual family therapy defined -- Feminist family therapy defined -- Postmodern family therapy defined.
Matthews Fuller RC488.5 .D334 2017
Global health 101
Skolnik, Richard L., author
Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, 
The principles and goals of global health -- Health determinants, measurements, and trends -- Health, education, poverty, and the economy -- Ethical and human rights concerns in global health -- An introduction to health systems -- Culture and health -- The environment and health -- Nutrition and global health -- Women's health -- The health of young children -- Adolescent health -- Communicable diseases -- Noncommunicable diseases -- Unintentional injuries -- Natural disasters and complex humanitarian emergencies -- Working together to improve global health -- Science, technology, and global health -- Working in global health -- Profiles of global health actors.
Matthews Fuller RA441 .S56 2016
Step-up to medicine
editors Steven S. Agabegi, MD, Elizabeth D. Agabegi, MD
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Health, 
Diseases of the cardiovascular system -- Diseases of the pulmonary system -- Obstructive lung diseases -- Diseases of the gastrointestinal system -- Endocrine and metabolic diseases -- Diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems -- Connective tissue and joint diseases -- Diseases of the renal and genitourinary system -- Fluids, electrolytes, and acid-base disorders -- Hematologic diseases and neoplasms -- Infectious diseases -- Diseases of the skin and hypersensitivity disorders -- Ambulatory medicine.
Matthews Fuller RC59 .A33 2016
Step-up to USMLE step 2 CK
Jenkins, Brian, 1977- author
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, 2016
Cardiovascular disorders -- Pulmonary disorders -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Genitourinary disorders -- Endocrine disorders -- Hematology and oncology -- Selected topics in emergency medicine, critical care, and surgery -- Neurologic disorders -- Musculoskeletal disorders -- Dermatology -- Gynecologic and breast disorders -- Obstetrics -- Pediatrics -- Psychiatric disorders -- Epidemiology and ethics.
Matthews Fuller RC58 .S744 2016
Methods in bioethics : the way we reason now
Arras, John D., 1945-2015, author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Principlism : the Borg of bioethics -- A common morality for hedgehogs : Bernard Gert -- Getting down to cases : the revival of casuistry in bioethics -- Nice story but so what : narrative and justification in ethics -- Dewey and Rorty's pragmatism and bioethics -- Freestanding pragmatism in bioethics and law -- A method in search of a purpose : the internal morality of medicine -- Method to rule them all? Reflective equilibrium in bioethics -- Concluding reflections : method in bioethics : the very idea.
Baker Berry R724 .A678 2017
Body dysmorphic disorder : advances in research and clinical practice
edited by Katharine A. Phillips, M.D., Private Practice of Psychiatry, New York City, Rhode Island Hospital, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Baker Berry RC480 .B63 2017
Os chás e a fé : chás... simpatias... crenças... costumes... benzeduras
Moreira, Severiano Rudes, 1955- author
Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil : Martins Livreiro Editor LTDA, 2015
Baker Berry RM666.H33 M67 2015
On the couch : a repressed history of the analytic couch from Plato to Freud
Kravis, Nathan, author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, 
Why is the couch used in psychoanalysis? -- Symposion and convivium -- The evolution of the couch and the rise of the sofa -- Comfort, recumbence, interiority, and transgression -- The medicalization of comfort -- Recumbent posture in 19th-century psychiatry and therapeutics -- Freud's couch -- The analyst's moral interior -- Whence? whither? whether?
The peculiar arrangement of the psychoanalyst's office for an analytic session seems inexplicable. The analyst sits in a chair out of sight while the patient lies on a couch facing away. It has been this way since Freud, although, as Nathan Kravis points out in On the Couch, this practice is grounded more in the cultural history of reclining posture than in empirical research. Kravis, himself a practicing psychoanalyst, shows that the tradition of recumbent speech wasn't dreamed up by Freud but can be traced back to ancient Greece, where guests reclined on couches at the symposion (a gathering for upper-class males to discuss philosophy and drink wine), and to the Roman convivium (a banquet at which men and women reclined together). From bed to bench to settee to chaise-longue to sofa: Kravis tells how the couch became an icon of self-knowledge and self-reflection as well as a site for pleasure, privacy, transgression, and healing.
Baker Berry RC506 .K73 2017
Psychological and cognitive impact of critical illness
edited by O. Joseph Bienvenu, Christina Jones, Ramona O. Hopkins
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Personal journeys through understanding the psychological and cognitive problems faced by critical illness survivors / Christina Jones, Peter Gibb, and Ramona O. Hopkins -- Delirium in critically ill patients / Mark van den Boogaard and Paul Rood -- Critical illness and long-term cognitive impairment / Ramona O. Hopkins, PhD, Maria E. Carlo, MD, James C. Jackson, PsyD -- Psychological impact of critical illness / O. Joseph Bienvenu and Christina Jones -- Rehabilitation psychology insights for the treatment of critical illness survivors / Jennifer E. Jutte, James C. Jackson, and Ramona O. Hopkins -- Prevention and treatment of posttraumatic stress and depressive phenomena in critical illness survivors / Christina Jones and O. Joseph Bienvenu -- Supporting pediatric patients and their families during and after intensive care treatment / Gillian Coville -- Family response to critical illness / Judy E. Davidson and Giroa Netzer.
Matthews Fuller RC454 .P7934 2017
The practical playbook : public health and primary care together
edited by J. Lloyd Michener, Denise Koo, Brian C. Castrucci, James B. Sprague
New York : Oxford University Press, 
Why a practical playbook for partnerships between public health and primary care? / Denise Koo, J. Lloyd Michener, James B. Sprague, Brian C. Castrucci -- The value of public health and primary care partnerships / Brian C. Castrucci, J. Lloyd Michener, Densie Koo, James B. Sprague -- Primary care and public health: partners for population health / Julie K. Wood -- The value of integration : public health, primary care, and beyond / Paul E. Jarris, Katie Sellers -- Principles of partnerships between public health and primary care / J. Lloyd Michener, Brian C. Castrucci, Denise Koo -- Stages of partnerships between public health and primary care / J. Lloyd Michener, Brian C. Castrucci -- How to have difficult conversations / Justine Strand de Oliveira -- Group dynamics / Mina Silberberg, Seamus Bhatt-Mackin -- Pitching your project / Justine Strand de Oliveira -- Positioned for sustainability / Karen J. Minyard, Amanda Phillips Martinez, Tanisa Adimu -- The role of early wins in long-term success / Frederick S. Johnson -- The value of early wins in be well Lake County / Christina Arnold -- Challenges of working together / Lara Snyder -- Starting off on the right foot: a communication strategy is essential / Karen Remley -- Leveraging media / Kate Reuterswärd -- The practice of public health and how it is changing / Brian C. Castrucci, Hugh H. Tilson, Denise Koo, Jonathon P. Leider -- The changing landscape of primary care / Andrew Bazemore, Russell Phillips, Robert L. Phillips, Jr -- Addressing social determinants of health / Mina Silberberg, Brian C. Castrucci -- Creating a culture of health in Cambridge, MA / Claude-Alix Jacob, Susan Feinberg -- Community health assessments : past, present, and future / Kevin Barnett, Sara Rosenbaum -- Community health needs assessments benefit communities and hospitals alike / Philip Alberti, Ivy Baer -- Leveraging the affordable care act for population health / Eduardo Sanchez -- Partnering with Medicaid, Medicare, public health, and primary care to improve health outcomes / Sharon G. Moffatt, Monica Valdes Lupi, Kathleen Nolan -- Working with accountable care organizations / Joanne M. Conroy, Clese Erikson, Coleen Kivlahan -- Local health departments and a primary care safety net / Robert M. Pestronk -- Co-locating primary care and public health services / Michelle J. Lyn -- Return on investment and economic evaluation / Steven M. Teutsch, Denise Koo, Scott D. Grosse -- The promise and power of using data together / Brian C. Castrucci, Hugh H. Tilson, David A. Ross -- Working with data / Mina Silberberg, Denise Koo, Raymond J. King -- Metrics : how to select them, how to use them / Mina Silberberg, Denise Koo -- Use of electronic health records for population health / Denise Koo, Raymond J. King, Seth Foldy -- Electronic health records : forging common ground for primary care and public health / Dave Ross -- Public and population health it in the age of EHRS and the ACA : expert perspectives on current trends / John W. Loonsk -- Using geographic health information systems (GHIS) for population health / Joshua L. Tootoo, Brian C. Castrucci, Pamela Maxson, Michele Casper, Marie Lynn Miranda -- Shared space : using geography to identify relationships and increase understanding in primary care and public health / Robert L. Phillips, Jr, Andrew Bazemore -- Data and the future of public health / Jeffrey Engel -- San Diego, CA, promotes healthy weight to improve community health / Shaila Serpas, Christina Khaokham, Sharon Hillidge, Virginia Watson -- Indiana reduces the burden of asthma / Virginia Watson -- "Top-down" and "bottom-up" initiatives create a comprehensive prescription drug overdose prevention program in North Carolina / Virginia Watson.
Matthews Fuller RA418 .P68 2016
Cannabis for chronic pain : a proven prescription for using marijuana to relieve your pain and heal your life
Ivker, Rav, author
New York : Touchstone, 2017
"The first authoritative and comprehensive guide for treating chronic pain with medical marijuana from a holistic family physician who has treated more than six thousand chronic pain patients with cannabis. While the number of patients using medical marijuana increases every year, misconceptions about cannabis and whether it's harmful or dangerous still exist. In Cannabis for Chronic Pain, Dr. Rav explains the potential of marijuana's capacity for healing anyone afflicted with chronic pain. Medical marijuana is a safe, non-addictive alternative to dangerous opiate pain pills. Along with sharing his own story of using medical marijuana to heal from a severe case of shingles, Dr. Rav guides you through the cannabis and holistic treatment for your specific chronic pain condition. If you are suffering from arthritis, back pain, migraines, fibromyalgia, menstrual cramps, IBS, Crohn's Disease, anxiety, depression, or pain from cancer or its treatment, this may be the book for you. Dr. Rav offers step by step instruction on the benefits and appropriate use of medical marijuana. And he dispels many of the misconceptions. Did you know that you don't have to smoke or eat cannabis for it to be effective? There are now patches and drops. We are entering a new age of acceptance and perhaps most importantly, as Dr. Rav highlights, it is now possible to create a distinct cannabis prescription for different types of chronic pain. Find what works for you and finally get the relief you need. Cannabis for Chronic Pain is the new, definitive guide for anyone who suffers from chronic pain"--
Matthews Full Consumer He RM666.C266 I95 2017
赤脚医生往事 = Memories of a barefoot doctor / 靳之林编撰 / 摄影 / 速写
靳之林, photographer. author,
Beijing Shi : Zhongguo chu ban ji tuan : 2016
Baker Berry East Asian RA771.7.C6 J56 2016
Providing health care in the context of language barriers : international perspectives
edited by Elizabeth A. Jacobs and Lisa Diamond
Bristol ; Multilingual Matters, 
Global migration continues to increase, and with it comes increasing linguistic diversity. This presents obvious challenges for both healthcare provider and patient, and the chapters in this volume represent a range of international perspectives on language barriers in health care. A variety of factors influence the best ways of approaching and overcoming these language barriers, including cultural, geographical, political and practical considerations, and as a result a range of approaches and solutions are suggested and discussed. The authors in this volume discuss a wide range of countries and languages, and cover issues that will be familiar to all healthcare practitioners, including the role of informal interpreters, interpreting in a clinical setting, bilingual healthcare practitioners and working with languages with comparatively small numbers of speakers. -- Provided by publisher.
Matthews Fuller R119.5 .P76 2017
Social theory and nursing
edited by Martin Lipscomb
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Accounting for knowledgeable practice / Mary Ellen Purkis and Christine Ceci -- C. Wright Mills and the sociological imagination / Gary Rolfe -- Nursing theory, social theory, and philosophy of science / Robyn Bluhm -- On cow-tapulting and raised drawbridges : an argument for strategic integration of social theory into nursing / Barbara Pesut -- Social and sociological theory : reimagining nursing's disciplinary identity / Martin Lipscomb -- Critical realism : a social theory for evidence-based nursing / Sam Porter -- Using theory in qualitative research : a realist perspective / Joseph Maxwell -- The purpose and scope of sociological theory : implications for nursing / Stuart Nairn -- Foucault, social theory, and nursing research : a critique / Kirsten Frederiksen and Kirsten Beedholm -- Contemporary political debates, social theory, and nursing practice in mental healthcare / Dawn Freshwater -- Feminism and nursing : an un/easy alliance of silences and absences / Kay Aranda -- It's all in the genre : sociological speculation and theorizing in the nursing literature / Derek Sellman -- Lies, damned lies, and stories : nursing, narrative, numbers / John Paley.
Matthews Fuller RT84.5 .S63 2017
Master the boards. USMLE step 3
Fischer, Conrad, author
New York : Kaplan Publishing, a division of Kaplan, Inc, 
Matthews Fuller R834.5 .F57736 2017
A guide to women's health
Oyelowo, Tolu, author
Burlington, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, 
Endocrine system -- Reproductive system -- Breast health -- Cardiovascular and pulmonary health in women -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Infections and immune disorders -- Managing fertility -- Menstrual and reproductive tract disorders -- Mental health and eating disorders -- Metabolic and endocrine disorders in women -- Pain syndromes (muscoloskeletal) -- Skin disorders -- Urinary tract disorders -- Cultural considerations -- Domestic violence, intimate partner violence, sexual assault -- Health literacy and healthcare access -- Overweight, obesity and underweight -- Spirituality and health -- Vulnerable populations.
Matthews Fuller RA778 .O94 2018
No apparent distress : a doctor's coming-of-age on the front lines of American medicine
Pearson, Rachel, 1983- author
New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 
In medical charts, the term "N.A.D." (No Apparent Distress) is used for patients who appear stable. The phrase also aptly describes America's medical system when it comes to treating the underprivileged. Medical students learn on the bodies of the poor--and the poor suffer from their mistakes. Rachel Pearson confronted these harsh realities when she started medical school in Galveston, Texas. Pearson, herself from a working-class background, remains haunted by the suicide of a close friend, experiences firsthand the heartbreak of her own errors in a patient's care, and witnesses the ruinous effects of a hurricane on a Texas town's medical system. In a free clinic where the motto is "All Are Welcome Here," she learns how to practice medicine with love and tenacity amidst the raging injustices of a system that favors the rich and the white.
Baker Berry RA418 .P433 2017
Comorbidities in headache disorders
Maria Adele Giamberardino, Paolo Martelletti, editors
[Cham], Switzerland : Springer, 
Matthews Fuller RC392 .C66 2017