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Demystifying the Law: An Introduction for Professionals

Daniel A. Bronstein
August 27, 1990

Demystifying the Law: An Introduction for Professionals explains unfamiliar legal concepts in interesting contexts, thus helping you to understand and remember them. It illustrates legal principles using simple examples that anyone can understand.No single book can turn you into a lawyer, but this...

Rehabilitation Engineering

Raymond V. Smith, John H. Leslie, Jr.
July 03, 1990

The purpose of this handbook is to bring together information on the special devices and associated systems which have been developed to assist the handicapped in living and vocational pursuits and in clinical use. This unique work places emphasis on the devices and systems plus includes...

The TBI Annual Research Index

Arokiasamy
January 01, 1990

With survival rates increasing for persons sustaining head injuries, and the number of TBI programs exceeding 1000 nationwide, the need for access to information is more important than ever. This publication presents a compendium of bibliographic information available worldwide on head injury...

A Guide to Rehabilitation Testimony: The Expert's Role as an Educator

Deutsch
January 01, 1990

Anyone working in the rehabilitation arena these days is fully aware of the potential for litigation. Whether you are a counselor, life care planner, case manager, researcher, nurse, or technical expert, the chances of being called to give a deposition or make a courtroom appearance increase daily....

The Characteristics Of Aphasia

Chris Code
July 31, 1989

A survey of the main behavioural characteristics or symptoms of aphasia, which presents a series of essays on the history and current developments in this field of neuropsychological research. Contributors discuss recovery, rehabilitation and other contemporary issues....

Bed Number Ten

Sue Baier, Mary Zimmeth Schomaker
March 31, 1989

A patient's personal view of long term care.Seen through the eyes of a patient totally paralyzed with Guillain-Barré syndrome, this moving book takes you through the psychological and physical pain of an eleven month hospital stay. BED NUMBER TEN reads like a compelling novel, but is entirely...

Sexuality and Disability: A Guide for Everyday Practice

Elaine Cooper, John Guillebaud
March 01, 1989

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Nutrition and Cancer Prevention

Thomas Moon
October 21, 1988

Scientific advances have led to the recognition that many chronic diseases such as cancer may be preventable. In this volume, 36 contributions test cancer prevention hypotheses, attempt to interpret their results, and provide a guide to the background, rationale, and selection of cancer prevention a...

Reflecting on Clinical Practice Spiritual Care for Healthcare Professionals: Reflecting on Clinical Practice

Gordon Tom, Kelly Ewan, David Mitchell
January 01, 1960

In the past 10 years spirituality and spiritual care have been much debated in professional healthcare literature, highlighting the need for a recognised definition of spiritual care to enable appropriate assessment of, and response to, spiritual issues. This accessible and highly relevant book...

Health Care Needs Assessment: The Epidemiologically Based Needs Assessment Review

Andrew Stevens, James Raferty
January 01, 1960

In the past 10 years spirituality and spiritual care have been much debated in professional healthcare literature, highlighting the need for a recognised definition of spiritual care to enable appropriate assessment of, and response to, spiritual issues. This accessible and highly relevant book...

Managed Care: Practice and Progress

Michael Drury, Merrill Whalen
January 01, 1960

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