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Dazzle 'Em With Style, Second Edition: The Art of Oral Scientific Presentation

Dazzle 'Em With Style, Second Edition: The Art of Oral Scientific Presentation Lowest new price: $28.72
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Author: Robert RH Anholt
Brand: imusti

Mastering the art of communicating scientific information is more critical than ever for a successful career in science and technology. Scientists today must be able to effectively convey sophisticated information to a broad audience that may include students, colleagues around the world, regulatory bodies, granting agencies, legislators, and the lay public. In this engaging and lively book, the author provides a step-by-step guide to the complete process of making a scientific presentation from preparation to delivery. It offers numerous examples highlighting what to follow and what to avoid. This revised edition covers the effective use of PowerPoint™ and other computer-based presentation programs. It also includes a handy checklist, new illustrations, and tips on handling an audience in a foreign country.

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If Only I Had Known: Avoiding Common Mistakes In Couples Therapy

If Only I Had Known: Avoiding Common Mistakes In Couples Therapy Lowest new price: $9.92
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Author: Susanne Methven

Creating tactics for getting it right the first time.

The co-authors draw on over thirty years of experience to show young therapists how and how not to conduct psychotherapy. Each chapter begins with a vignette illustrating a common mistake, then describes the error in detail, explains why therapists make the mistake and offers tactics for avoiding it.

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CranioSacral Therapy: Touchstone for Natural Healing

CranioSacral Therapy: Touchstone for Natural Healing Lowest new price: $8.95
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Author: John E. Upledger
Brand: Brand: North Atlantic Books

In CranioSacral Therapy: Touchstone for Natural Healing, John E. Upledger, DO, OMM, recounts his development of CranioSacral Therapy. He shares poignant case studies of restored health: a five-year-old autistic boy, a man with Erb’s palsy, a woman with a fifteen year history of severe headaches, and numerous others. And he offers simple CranioSacral Therapy techniques you can perform at home on yourself or loved ones.

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Medical Spanish Made Ridiculously Simple

Medical Spanish Made Ridiculously Simple Lowest new price: $12.95
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Author: Trudy Espinoza-Abrams
Brand: Brand: Medmaster

How to examine a Spanish-speaking patient witohout knowing a single word of Spanish. An enormously helpful, well-indexed guide to communicating in Spanish. Ideal for physicians, nurses, and other health care workers. Questions in "yes" and "no" format, with correct phonetic pronunciation for each phrase.

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Consulting With NLP: Neuro-linguistic Programming in the Medical Consultation: Neuro-linguistic Programming in the Medical Consultation

Consulting With NLP: Neuro-linguistic Programming in the Medical Consultation: Neuro-linguistic Programming in the Medical Consultation Lowest new price: $40.45
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Author: Lewis Walker

This extraordinary and practical book examines neuro linguistic programming (NLP) - the knowledge and skills to detect and affect thinking patterns - and applies it to each phase of the medical consultation. It outlines the NLP tools most useful to physicians who wish to understand and utilise the dynamic structure underlying the processes used by excellent communicators. It explains how improving communication skills and developing new models of consultation to incorporate into daily practice not only helps healthcare professionals become better communicators, but reassures patients, alleviating suffering and promoting healing. This book provides many case examples and includes skill based exercises to ensure easy and effective learning. There are unique, fresh perspectives on challenging areas such as anger and aggression, dealing with complaints, breaking bad news, the heartsink patient, uncovering hidden depression and telephone consulting skills. It is relevant to all healthcare professionals, and of special interest to general practitioners, GP trainers, counsellors and medical students.


The Savvy Woman Patient: How and Why Your Sex Matters to Your Health (Capital Savvy)

The Savvy Woman Patient: How and Why Your Sex Matters to Your Health (Capital Savvy) Lowest new price: $4.00
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Author: Phyllis Greenberger
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Women and men are different. Unfortunately, doctors, medical researchers, and health care providers have not always recognized how these differences can affect health. The result has been that women sometimes receive inappropriate medical care. The Savvy Woman Patient delves into the many sex differences in health and a wide range of diseases--as well as prevention strategies, diagnosis, and treatments for those diseases. Researched and written by the respected Society for Women's Health Research and based on its almost 15 years as a research advocacy organization, this comprehensive guide provides real answers to vital questions that affect a woman's health from young adulthood to menopause and beyond. The Savvy Woman Patient covers sex-based biology; family histories; women’s special nutrition, exercise, preventive measures, and aging process; and diseases and conditions that affect women differently than men. Contents include addiction; asthma and other lung problems; auto-immune diseases; bone health; brain and degenerative diseases; cancer; cardiovascular disease; diabetes; digestive disorders; eating disorders; eye health; kidney, bladder, and urinary tract health; menopause; mental health; oral health; pain; pharmaceuticals; sleep; and STDs and HIV/AIDS. (Not affiliated in any way with Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet or Dr. Vliet's THE SAVVY WOMAN'S HEALTH GUIDE or THE SAVVY WOMAN'S GUIDE brand of publications.)

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National Board of Chiropractic Part III Study Guide: Key Review Questions and Answers with Explanations

National Board of Chiropractic Part III Study Guide: Key Review Questions and Answers with Explanations Lowest new price: $89.80
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Author: Patrick Leonardi
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This is the most specific and thorough study guide for the National Board of Chiropractic Part III Exam. The following areas are covered in this test preparation study guide: Case History, Physical Examination, Neuromusculoskeletal Examination, Roentgenologic Examination, Clinical Laboratory & Special Studies Examination, Diagnosis or Clinical Impression, Chiropractic Techniques, Supportive Techniques and Case Management. This book is a must for every chiropractic student or doctor of chiropractic taking the Part III Exam.

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Teaching in Practice: How Professionals Can Work Effectively with Clients, Patients, and Colleagues

Teaching in Practice: How Professionals Can Work Effectively with Clients, Patients, and Colleagues Lowest new price: $25.00
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Author: Andy Farquharson
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Teaching in Practice offers a range of practical methods for teaching and facilitating learning geared to the day-to-day realities encountered by professionals in the human services. Drawing on the literature of adult education and on a wealth of practical examples from different kinds of professional, practice Farquharson provides a wide range of conceptual models for improving teaching in human service practice.

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Evidence-based Interventions for Social Work in Health Care

Evidence-based Interventions for Social Work in Health Care Lowest new price: $120.87
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Author: Marcia Egan

Social work practice in health care requires that practitioners be prepared to meet the interdisciplinary and managed care demands for best practices in efficacious, time-limited, and culturally competent interventions, with populations across the lifespan. This text is designed to meet that demand for evidence-based practice.

The result of extensive systematic reviews, Evidence-based Interventions for Social Work in Health Care provides substantive in-depth knowledge of empirically based interventions specifically for major and emerging medical diseases and health conditions particularly affecting diverse, at-risk and marginalized populations. It outlines best practices for the psychosocial problems associated with the emerging chronic and major health conditions of the twenty-first century, such as paediatric asthma, Type I and Type II diabetes, obesity, paediatric cancer, and adult hypertension. The interventions discussed are detailed in terms of for whom, by whom, when, under what circumstances, for what duration, and for what level client system the intervention has proven most effective.

This invaluable text is suitable for students and will be a useful reference for practitioners specialising in social work in health settings.

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Bull's-Eye: Unraveling the Medical Mystery of Lyme Disease

Bull's-Eye: Unraveling the Medical Mystery of Lyme Disease Lowest new price: $3.50
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Author: Jonathan A. Edlow

An account of the medical sleuthing that led to the discovery of Lyme disease. It not only tells the history of the discovery of Lyme disease over centuries and continents but also provides information about the disease and its treatment. In the process it offers details about the medical process: how physicians make a diagnosis, how they test its accuracy, and how scientific inquiry is influenced by its cultural context. Dr Jonathan Edlow begins his detective story in Lyme, Connecticut, with the accounts of two housewives who in the mid-1970s noticed a baffling array of symptoms afflicting members of their families and others in the community. As physicians studied this strange disease, they were led to reports of similar symptoms in other eras and countries. Edlow chronicles how connections were ultimately established between symptoms and tick bites, leading to the discovery of the stages of the disease, its specific microbial cause, and its treatment. He brings the story into the 21st century by discussing legal and legislative issues as well as factors that have led to recent widespread outbreaks of Lyme disease and to the controversies over its diagnosis, vaccine, treatment and even its very definition.

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