This popular reference provides quick access to essential guidance on psychiatric patient care - all in the user-friendly format of the Practical Guide series. From delirium and depression...to Alzheimer's disease and anxiety disorders...it equips you to thoroughly understand and effectively address the needs of psychiatric patients in the clinical setting. Perform a complete psychiatric assessment of patients. Access step-by-step guidelines on differential diagnosis, treatment, and management. Review the latest medical therapeutics specific to the psychiatric patient. Find the information you need more easily with the help of a new two-color design. New contributors and a major revision to the table of contents. Expanded formulary includes the must know psychiatric drugs. New two-color design. Information updated to reflect current standards of practice.
From Byron to bin Laden
Author: Nir Arielli
Publisher: Harvard University Press
What makes people fight for countries other than their own? Nir Arielli offers a wide-ranging history of foreign-war volunteers, from the French Revolution to Syria. Challenging notions of foreign fighters as a security problem, Arielli explores motivations, ideology, gender, international law, military significance, and the memory of war.
Writing Series. Teacher's Guide
Author: Dorothy E. Zemach, Carlos Islam, Lisa A. Ghullad, Robyn Brinks Lockwood
No Ordinary Family!
Author: Ute Krause
Publisher: North South Books
The little bandits are just getting used tospending weekends with their dad when aprincess and her little royals show up to jointheir family. They realize there's more thanenough love to go around-and when theirmom meets a dragon . . . the bandits and theroyals alike are never the same again (andthey couldn't be happier about it)!
Israel and Palestine
Author: Michael Gallagher
Publisher: Creative Company
Chronicles the upheavals that have made this part of the Middle East a battleground for decades.
"Testbuilder fro the TOEIC tests is designed to improve test performance and increase the language competence for success in the TOEIC listening and reading test and the speaking and writing tests."-- Publisher description.
_Timesaver For Exams_ is a new series of photocopiable materials for English teachers to use with students who are preparing for exams. They save teacher preparation time with a wide range of refreshing easy-to-use lessons and activities, providing motivational ideas for exam classes. The engaging and contemporary content is aimed at teenagers and young adults with an emphasis on repeated practice of exam task types and includes exam tips and skills practice. _Writing for First (FCE)_ covers both parts of the revised exam and can be used for students sitting both the standard and For Schools exam.
This book was written for those who need to know how to collect, analyze and present data. It is meant to be a first course for practitioners, a book for private study or brush-up on statistics, and supplementary reading for general statistics classes. The book is untraditional, both with respect to the choice of topics and the presentation: Topics were determined by what is most useful for practical statistical work, and the presentation is as non-mathematical as possible. The book contains many examples using statistical functions in spreadsheets. In this second edition, new topics have been included e.g. within the area of statistical quality control, in order to make the book even more useful for practitioners working in industry.
This book offers a wealth of original empirical data on how online media shape EU contestation. Taking a public sphere perspective, the authors highlight the myths and truths about the nature of audience-driven online media content and show how public demands for legitimacy are at the heart of the much-analyzed politicization of European integration. What EU citizens most intensely debate online are the fundamental questions of what the European institutions stand for and how they can be held accountable. Drawing on innovative and rigorous analysis of online media ownership, journalistic content and online readers’ inputs, the authors piece together the components of the dynamic nature of EU contestation and the degree of convergence towards Euroscepticism across EU member states in the first years of the Eurocrisis. There is no doubt that EU citizens have strong opinions about the EU and interactive online media allow these opinions to come to the fore, to be challenged and amplified both within and beyond national public spheres. Yet, for all its potential to unite European publics, online EU contestation remains firmly anchored in offline news media frames, while citizens and journalists alike struggle to put forward a clear vision of the future EU polity.
Prepares pupils to affectively use English language to complete tasks. Part of the Improve your Skills series which aims to develop the skills, language and test techniques required to achieve success, this book comes 'With key' and MPO for further online practice.
Author: Ricarda Vidal, Ingo Cornils
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
In an attempt to counteract the doom and gloom of the economic crisis and the politicians' overused dictum that 'there is no alternative', this interdisciplinary collection presents a number of alternative worlds that were conceived over the course of the last century. While change at the macro level was the focus of most of the ideological struggles of the twentieth century, the real impetus for change came from the blue-sky thinking of scientists, engineers, architects, sociologists, planners and writers, all of whom imagined alternatives to the status quo.<BR> Following a roughly chronological order from the turn of the nineteenth century to the present, this book explores the dreams, plans and hopes as well as the nightmares and fears that are an integral part of alternative thinking in the Western hemisphere. The alternative worlds at the centre of the individual essays can each be seen as crucial to the history of the past one hundred years. While these alternative worlds reflect their particular cultural context, they also inform historical developments in a wider sense and continue to resonate in the present.