This first edition of Psychology: An Introduction for Health Professionals has been designed to introduce healthcare students to psychological and other theories to assist them in developing an understanding of the complex and ...
Author: Patricia Barkway
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Psychology: An Introduction for Health Professionals will appeal to the undergraduate nursing and health science student seeking to understand patient responses and behaviours to various diagnoses, interventions and health outcomes. Written by Patricia Barkway and Deb O'Kane, the text is divided into two sections. The first introduces essential concepts and theories of psychology in the context of human development across the lifespan. The second focuses on applying these concepts and theories to healthcare issues and practice. Critical thinking questions encourage reflection on clinical practice Case studies provide clinical relevance Chapter 14 Psychology in Practice features discipline-specific case studies across 11 health disciplines Research focus examples in each chapter assist students to link research to clinical practice An eBook included in all print purchases Additional resources on Evolve eBook on VitalSource Instructor Resources Image collection PowerPoint slides Test bank Answer Key—critical thinking questions Student resources: Glossary Student practice questions Discipline-specific case studies
Health economics in low income countries: adapting to the reality of the unofficial economy. ... Guidelines for health planning. Tri-Med, London. ... An introduction to health economics for Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Author: Andrew Green
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Business & Economics
Health planning is a critical component when responding to the health needs of low and middle income countries, characterised by particularly stringent resource constraints. The major communicable diseases such as AIDS, TB and malaria often appear in parallel with growing non-communicable diseases including heart disease and diabetes, and yet resources are often less than the levels recommended by the World Health Organisation for basic health care.The new edition of this well-respected text explains the importance of health planning in both developing regions such as Africa, and those in transition, such as Central and Eastern Europe. It stresses the importance of understanding the national and international context in which planning occurs, and provides an up to date analysis of the major current policy issues, including health reforms. Separate chapters are dedicated to the distinct issues of finance for health care and humanresource planning. The various techniques used at each stage of the planning process are explained, starting with the situational analysis and then looking in turn at priority-setting, option appraisal, programming, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. The book ends by examining the challengesfacing planners in the 21st century, particularly in the light of growing globalisation. A major theme of the book is the need to recognise and reconcile the inevitable tension that lies between value judgements and 'rational' decision-making. As such, in addition to introducing techniques such as costing and economic appraisal, it also outlines techniques such as stakeholder analysis for understanding the relative attitudes and power of different groups in planning decisions.Each chapter includes a comprehensive bibliography (including key websites), a summary, and exercises to help the reader practise techniques and better understand the content. The book argues that all health professionals and community groups should be involved in the planning process for it to be effective, and will therefore appeal to anyone involved in planning.
Phys Med Biol 42:219–229 Cember H, Johnson TE (2009) Introduction to health physics. McGraw-Hill Medical, New York, pp 203–270 Grupen C (2010) Introduction to radiation protection. Springer-Verlag Publisher, Berlin Heidelberg Hendee WR, ...
Author: Muhammad Maqbool
This book begins with the basic terms and definitions and takes a student, step by step, through all areas of medical physics. The book covers radiation therapy, diagnostic radiology, dosimetry, radiation shielding, and nuclear medicine, all at a level suitable for undergraduates. This title not only describes the basics concepts of the field, but also emphasizes numerical and mathematical problems and examples. Students will find An Introduction to Medical Physics to be an indispensible resource in preparations for further graduate studies in the field.
We are particularly indebted to the following: ○ The Health Informatics Unit of the Royal College of Physicians for permission to reproduce their guidance on standards for medical record keeping in Chapter 5. ○ The General Medical ...
Author: Andrew R Houghton
Publisher: CRC Press
A classic text, Chamberlain's Symptoms and Signs in Clinical Medicine has been providing students and professionals with a detailed and well-illustrated account of the symptoms and signs of diseases affecting all the body systems since the first edition published in 1936. Now completely rewritten by a new team of authors selected for their experien
Gamble, V. (1993) 'A Legacy of Distrust: African Americans and Medical Research. ... (2005) Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology. ... Gillick, M. (1984) 'Health Promotion, Jogging and the Pursuit of the Moral Life.
Author: Kevin White
Category: Social Science
The bestselling An Introduction to the Sociology of Health and Illness has long been the go-to text for students looking for a clear, engaging and theoretically informed introduction to this dynamic topic. Written with a truly sociological and critical perspective, and thoroughly updated to include the latest cutting-edge thinking in the area, the new edition is packed with new empirical examples. Incorporating helpful learning features including chapter overviews, boxed cases, summaries and further reading, this book is a stimulating and thought-provoking essential text for students in health, nursing and sociology schools.
intrOduCtiOn Healthcare organizations employ a wide array of clinical, administrative, and support professionals to deliver services to their patients. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), which lists more than 30 different categories ...
Author: Sharon Buchbinder
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Instructor Resources: Tranisition Guide, Instructor's Manual, PowerPoint Slides, Case Studies, TestBank, Traditional Syllabus, and an 8-week online course Syllabus
This text is a critical introduction to health geographies – deliberately presented in the plural rather than the singular form – and it is written by scholars with different and sometimes quite jarring epistemological perspectives and ...
Author: Tim Brown
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Social Science
Health Geographies: A Critical Introduction explores health and biomedical topics from a range of critical geographic perspectives. Building on the field’s past engagement with social theory it extends the focus of health geography into new areas of enquiry. Introduces key topics in health geography through clear and engaging examples and case studies drawn from around the world Incorporates multi-disciplinary perspectives and approaches applied in the field of health geography Identifies both health and biomedical issues as a central area of concern for critically oriented health geographers Features material that is alert to questions of global scale and difference, and sensitive to the political and economic as well sociocultural aspects of health Provides extensive pedagogic materials within the text and guidance for further study
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)Publish On:
8011373 see Bitton , An introduction to grants and contracts in major HEW health agencies see Steele , Richard J. Reeves , Philip see Introduction to health services / edited by Stephen J. Williams , Paul R. Torrens .
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.
Author: Community College of the Air Force (U.S.)Publish On: 1978
HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION HPS 1306 Issues , Procurement , and Receiving Operations 1 hr An introduction to fund control procedures , issues , and due - outs , inventory control , requisitioning medical materiel , maintenance of the ...
The first edition of An Introduction to Global Health Delivery: Practice, Equity, Human Rights was published just as the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was coming to a close. Over 11,000 people Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone by 2016.1 ...
Author: Joia Mukherjee
Publisher: Oxford University Press
"In 2019, a child born in Japan will live to the age of 84, whereas a child born in Sierra Leone will only live until the age of 54.1 Similar disparities exist between rich and poor communities within countries.2 These differences in life expectancy are not caused by genetics, biology, or culture. Health inequities are caused by poverty, racism, a lack of medical care, and other social forces that influence health. A critical analysis of the historical roots of this gross and systemic inequality and of the political economy that continues inequality is a fundamental part of the study of global health"--