• 2014From: Springer
    Dario Carlo Alpini, Guido Brugnoni, Antonio Cesarani, editors.
    The new edition of this book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of whiplash-associated disorders, focusing in particular on a functional approach to clinical and instrumental diagnosis and rehabilitative treatment. It fully reflects the changes in our understanding of whiplash injuries since the first edition, and in particular the increased awareness that whiplash is a whole-body trauma in which forces act progressively from the lumbar region to the brain, through the cervical spine. Detailed attention is paid to the functional connections between the sense organs of the inner ear, the sympathetic system, and the spine with a view to optimizing diagnosis and treatment. It is explained how various treatment options can be employed to best effect in patients with different symptoms, following, but updating, the well-known Quebec Task Force guidelines. Underestimated aspects such as positional vertigo, somatic tinnitus, temporomandibular disorders, and back pain are also considered. This book will be an invaluable tool in everyday clinical practice for all who are involved in the diagnosis and treatment of whiplash injury.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Andreas Otte.
    In the past two decades much has been published on whiplash injury, yet both the confusion regarding the condition and the medicolegal discussion surrounding it have increased. In this scenario, a guide to recent and current international research in the field is more necessary than ever. Especially functional imaging methods â" such as single-photon emission tomography, positron emission tomography, functional MRI, and hybrid techniques â" have demonstrated a variety of significant brain alterations. This book accordingly offers a critical approach to the challenging interpretation of the new research data obtained using functional neuroimaging in whiplash injury. It covers all aspects, including the imaging tools themselves and the different methods of image analysis. Whiplash Injury: New Methods of Functional Neuroimaging will hopefully help patients, their relatives and friends, physicians, and others to understand this condition as a disease.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Giuseppe Mancia, Guido Grassi, Gianfranco Parati, Alberto Zanchetti.
    This book addresses all aspects of white coat hypertension? the phenomenon of raised blood pressure in a medical setting yet not elsewhere? from its history to its pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment. White coat hypertension is a common condition, accounting for 30?40% of the overall hypertensive population. While many studies have addressed this condition, controversy still exists over whether it causes an increased risk to sufferers and should be treated. In the volume neurogenic and non-neurogenic mechanisms are discussed and the significance of various predictive factors, evaluated. The association of white coat hypertension with dysmetabolic risk factors, new-onset diabetes and other conditions is carefully reviewed. Further chapters consider the occurrence of asymptomatic organ damage and cardiovascular outcomes in affected patients, and helpful guidance is also provided on the controversial issue of when to treat and when not to treat. White Coat Hypertension is based largely on work done during the past 30 years by renowned researchers working in Milan, who have made key contributions in improving knowledge of the condition and whose work is well known across the world.
  • James M. Dahle.
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  • 2008From: Springer
    Robert B. Taylor.
    Pt. 1. Heroes, diseases and remedies. Heroes in medical history -- Diseases that changed history -- Drugs and other remedies -- pt. 2. The heritage and culture of medicine. Medical words and phrases -- Whose syndrome? Stories of medical eponyms -- Medical abbreviations, acronyms, euphemisms, jargon, and slang -- Medical aphorisms -- Memorable medical quotations -- pt. 3. Clinical notes and medical misadventures. Famous persons as patients -- Misadventures: myths, misinformation, blunders, and wrongdoing -- Now and future practice.
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    Christopher M. Filley.
    Chapter 1. Brain-behavior relationships: a reconsideration -- Chapter 2. The essential contributions of neuroimaging -- Chapter 3. White matter neurobiology -- Chapter 4. A neuroanatomic overview of dementia -- Chapter 5. Expanding the concept of dementia -- Chapter 6. White matter disorders -- Chapter 7. White matter dementia -- Chapter 8. Mild cognitive dysfunction: a precursor syndrome -- Chapter 9. Diagnosis -- Chapter 10. Prognosis -- Chapter 11. Treatment -- Chapter 12. White matter and cognition: research perspectives -- Chapter 13. Therapeutic innovations -- Chapter 14. Alzheimer's Disease and white matter -- Chapter 15. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy and white matter -- Chapter 16. Beyond corticocentrism -- Index.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Selva Baltan, S. Thomas Carmichael, Carlos Matute, Guohua Xi, John H Zhang, editors.
    The first book to provide a systematic expert summary of normal white matter morphology as well as white matter injury following stroke and other CNS injuries. White matter injury can result from both ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke as well as a host of other CNS diseases and conditions such as neonatal injuries, neurodegenerative disorders including Alzheimer's disease, traumatic brain injuries, carbon monoxide poisoning, and drug or alcohol overdoses. The extent of white matter injury is extremely important to patient outcomes. Several recent technological developments including advanced neuroimaging and the breeding of new rodent models of white matter injury have provided growing insight into initial damage and repair after a stroke or other damaging event.
  • 2012From: WHO
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • Linda J. Blumberg, Michael Karpman, Matthew Buettgens, and Patricia Solleveld.
    Using data from the 2015 Current Population Survey -- Annual Social and Economic Supplement, this analysis presents estimates of the characteristics of those remaining uninsured after implementation of the Affordable Care Act's coverage provisions. The researchers also analyze the characteristics of two subpopulations that they posit are those for whom additional outreach and enrollment efforts are likely to be most successful: those eligible for Medicaid/CHIP but not enrolled and those who are both eligible for Marketplace tax credits and have incomes below 200 percent of the federal poverty level. They present potential targeted outreach strategies based on the characteristics of these groups.
  • PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1. Introduction -- 2. Methodology -- 3. Construction of the weight velocity standards -- 4. Construction of the length velocity standards -- 5. Construction of the head circumference velocity standards -- 6. Computation of centiles and z-scores for velocities based on weight, length and head circumference -- 7. Discussion -- 8. Bibliography -- Appendix B Model specifications of the WHO child growth velocity standards -- Appendix C Results from analyses related to regression to the mean.
  • World Health Organization, Department of Nutrition for Health and Development.
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  • edited by Steven H. Swerdlow ... [et al.].
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    Introduction and overview of the classification of the myeloid neoplasms -- Myeloproliferative neoplasms -- Myeloid and lymphoid neoplasms with eosinophilia and abnormalities of PDGFRA, PDGFRB or FGFR1 -- Myelodysplastic/myeloproliferative neoplasms -- Myelodysplastic syndromes -- Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) and related precursor neoplasms -- Acute leukaemias of ambiguous lineage -- Introduction and overview of the classification of the lymphoid neoplasms -- Precursor lymphoid neoplasms -- Mature B-cell neoplasms -- Mature T-and NK-cell neoplasms -- Hodgkin lymphoma -- Immunodeficiency-associated lymphoproliferative disorders -- Histiocytic and dendritic cell neoplasms.
  • 2007From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    edited by David N. Louis, Hiroko Ohgaki, Otmar D. Wiestler, Webster K. Cavenee.
    Astrocytic Tumours -- Oligodendroglial Tumours -- Ependymal Tumours -- Choroid Plexus Tumours -- Other Neuroepithelial Tumours -- Neuronal and Mixed Neuronal- Glial Tumours -- Tumours of the Pineal Region -- Embryonal Tumours -- Tumours of the Cranial and Paraspinal Nerves -- Meningeal Tumours -- Tumours of the Haematopoietic System -- Germ Cell Tumours -- Familial Tumour Syndromes involving the Nervous System -- Tumours of the Sellar Region --Metastatic Tumours of the CNS.
  • 2012From: Wellcome Trust
    edited by L.A. Reynolds and E.M. Tansey.
  • 2008From: WHO
    I. Magnitude of falls : a worldwide overview -- II. Active ageing: a framework for the global strategy for the prevention of falls in older age -- III. Determinants of active ageing as they relate to falls in older age -- IV. Challenges for prevention of falls in older age -- V. Examples of effective policies and interventions
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2014From: WHO
    Almost 3 billion people, in low- and middle-income countries mostly, still rely on solid fuels (wood, animal dung, charcoal, crop wastes and coal) burned in inefficient and highly polluting stoves for cooking and heating. In 2012 alone, no fewer than 4.3 million children and adults died prematurely from illnesses caused by such household air pollution, according to estimates by the World Health Organization. Together with widespread use of kerosene stoves, heaters and lamps, these practices also result in many serious injuries and deaths from scalds, burns and poisoning. These new indoor air quality guidelines for household fuel combustion aim to help public health policy-makers, as well as specialists working on energy, environmental and other issues understand best approaches to reducing household air pollution -- the greatest environmental health risk in the world today.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2009From: WHO
    [prepared by A. Metin Gülmezoglu ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2004From: WHO
    Part I. WHO Guidelines on safety monitoring of herbal medicines in pharmacovigilance systems -- 1. General introduction -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Background -- 1.3. Objectives -- 1.4. Glossary -- 2. Pharmacovigilance and the WHO International Drug Monitoring Programme -- 2.1. What is pharmacovigilance? -- 2.2. How does pharmacovigilance operate? -- 3. Challenges in monitoring the safety of herbal medicines -- 3.1. Regulation, quality assurance and control -- 3.2. Appropriate use -- 4. Safety monitoring of herbal medicines -- 4.1. Sources of reports -- 4.2. Herbal products targeted for safety monitoring -- 4.3. Reporting of suspected adverse reactions -- 4.4. Assessment of case reports -- 4.5. Data management -- 5. Communication -- 5.1. General -- 5.2. Risk communication -- 6. References -- 7. Selected bibliography -- Safety monitoring and pharmacovigilance -- Regulation of herbal medicines/traditional medicines -- Quality assurance/control of herbal medicines -- Rational use of herbal medicines -- Annex 1. List of participants in the WHO Consultation on Safety Monitoring of Herbal Medicines, Vancouver, Canada, 1-3 February 2004 -- Annex 2. The Erice Declaration on Communicating Drug Safety Information, 1997 -- Annex 3. Privacy and the confidentiality of personal health data -- Annex 4. Spontaneous reports from persons other than health-care professionals -- Annex 5. Model reporting form -- Annex 6. Proposed database management and classification for coding herbal products (the Uppsala Monitoring Centre, Uppsala, Sweden) -- Part II. Safety monitoring of medicinal products: Guidelines for setting up and running a pharmacovigilance centre (The Uppsala Moniroring Centre, Uppsala, Sweden, 2000.
  • 2012From: WHO
    WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses -- Three brochures with important information for physicians and nurses; pharmacists; policy-makers and medicines regulatory authorities, hospital managers and health insurance managers -- Dosing card -- Pain scale for children (4 years of age and up) -- Pain scale for children (6-10 years) -- Wall chart for waiting rooms. [Booklet 1] Persisting pain in children : highlights for physicians and nurses extracted from the WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses -- [booklet 2] Persisting pain in children : highlights for policymakers extracted from the WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses -- [booklet 3] Persisting pain in children : highlights for pharmacists extracted from the WHO guidelines on the pharmacological treatment of persisting pain in children with medical illnesses
    Also available: Print – 2012
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  • 2009From: WHO
    [edited by Hajo Zeeb and Ferid Shannoun].
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2010From: WHO
    World Health Organization.
    "The purpose of this publication is to provide its users with guidance to identify, acquire and use the information needed to assess chemical hazards, exposures and the corresponding health risks in their given health risk assessment contexts at local and/or national levels. The toolkit provides information for conducting a human health risk assessment, identifies information that must be gathered to complete an assessment and provides electronic links to international resources from which the user can obtain information and methods essential for conducting the human health risk assessment"--Publisher's description.
    Also available: Print – 2010
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  • 2012From: WHO
    World Health Organization.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2016From: WHO
    2016From: NCBI
    Within the continuum of reproductive health care, antenatal care (ANC) provides a platform for important healthcare functions, including health promotion, screening and diagnosis, and disease prevention. It has been established that, by implementing timely and appropriate evidence-based practices, ANC can save lives. Endorsed, by the UN Secretary-General, this is a comprehensive WHO guideline on routine ANC for pregnant women and adolescent girls. It aims to complement existing WHO guidelines on the management of specific pregnancy-related complications. The guidance aims to capture the complex nature of the issues surrounding ANC health care practices and delivery, and to prioritize person-centred health and well-being, not only the prevention of death and morbidity, in accordance with a human rights-based approach.
    Also available: Print – 2016
  • 2010From: WHO
    "The WHO Recommended Classification of Pesticides by Hazard was approved by the 28th World Health Assembly in 1975 and has since gained wide acceptance. ... Guidelines were first issued in 1978, and have since been revised and reissued every few years. Up until the present revision the original guidelines approved by the World Health Assembly in 1975 have been followed without amendment. In December, 2002 the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods and on the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (UNCETDG/GHS) approved a document called 'The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals' with the intent to provide a globally-harmonized system1 (GHS) to address classification of chemicals, labels, and safety data sheets. ... For this revision of the Classification the WHO Hazard Classes have been aligned in an appropriate way with the GHS Acute Toxicity Hazard Categories for acute oral or dermal toxicity as the starting point for allocating pesticides to a WHO Hazard Class (with adjustments for individual pesticides where required). ... The GHS Acute Toxicity Hazard Category for each pesticide is now presented alongside the existing information." - p. 1.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2013From: WHO
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2015From: WHO
    World Health Organization.
    This report, the fifth in the series of WHO reports on the global tobacco epidemic, presents a country-level examination of the epidemic and identifies countries that have applied effective tobacco control measures. The number of people worldwide protected by effective tobacco control measures continues to grow, and countries that have adopted these measures at the highest level of achievement can be considered models for action for those countries that have yet to do so. The focus of this report is raising taxes on tobacco, the 'R' component of MPOWER. Time and again, increasing taxes on tobacco products to increase retail prices has been proven to be the most effective and efficient of the best-buy demand reduction measures to reduce tobacco use. And yet it is also the least widely implemented measure.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2011From: WHO
    World Health Organization.
    The report examines in detail the two primary strategies to provide health warnings: labels on tobacco product packaging and anti-tobacco mass media campaigns. It provides a comprehensive overview of the evidence base for warning people about the harms of tobacco use as well as country-specific information on the status of these measures.
  • 2009From: WHO
    World Health Organization.
    Second in a series of WHO reports on the global tobacco epidemic. Tracks the status of the tobacco epidemic and the impact of interventions implemented to stop it.
  • 2008From: WHO
    World Health Organization.
    This landmark new report presents the first comprehensive worldwide analysis of tobacco use and control efforts. It provides countries with a roadmap to reverse the devastating global tobacco epidemic that could kill up to one billion people by the end of this century. The report outlines the MPOWER package, a set of six key tobacco control measures that reflect and build on the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2010From: WHO
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2014From: Springer
    Pier Francesco Rambaldi ; in collaboration with Giovanni Fontanella.
    This manual presents a large collection of clinical cases in oncology with accompanying whole-body FDG PET-CT scans. The aim is to promote an integrated approach to the use of PET-CT, and detailed attention is therefore paid to the clinical history and diagnostic question. A central aspect of every clinical case described in this manual is the guidance on the clinical report, which is the official tool for communicating with both the referring physician and the person undergoing the diagnostic test; for this reason it needs to be clear, understandable, and written in shared language. The advice regarding report preparation is strongly supported by informative PET, CT, and PET-CT fused images of each disease. The book is broadly structured according to anatomic region, and a wide range of common diseases likely to be imaged using PET-CT is covered. This book will be of value to all those training or working in the field of oncology who wish to ensure that they are best placed to contextualize, interpret, and report the findings obtained with PET-CT, which can have such a dramatic impact on prognosis, therapeutic choice, and quality of life.
  • 2009From: Thieme Book
    [edited by] Ernst J. Rummeny, Peter Reimer, Walter Heindel ; with contributions by T. Allkemper [and others].
    Basic principles -- Head and neck -- Chest -- The female breast -- Abdomen -- Pelvis -- Lymph nodes -- Peripheral skeletal system -- Vessels -- Whole-body MRI and MRA, high-field MRI.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Ralf Puls, Norbert Hosten, editors.
    1. The Ethics of Incidental Findings in Population-Based MRI Research / Martin Hoffmann and Reinold Schmücker -- 2. MR Imaging in Population-Based Research / Henry Völzke -- 3. Technical Prerequisites for Whole-Body MRI Screening / Harald H. Quick -- 4. Contrast Agent Administration and Imaging Protocols for Whole-Body MRI / Achim Seeger , Stephan Miller , and Heinz-Peter Schlemmer -- 5. The Head and Neck / Sönke Langner -- 6. The Chest / Christian Rosenberg -- 7. The Heart / Saskia Ungerer -- 8. The Abdomen / Jens-Peter Kühn and Christoph Lühken -- 9. The Vascular System / Michael Kirsch and Marcel Mohr -- 10. The Musculoskeletal System and Spine / Katrin Hegenscheid and Martin Petrik -- 11. The Breast / Saskia Ungerer -- 12. The Urogenital System / Birger Mensel and Ralf Puls.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Daniel A. Lichtenstein.
    Basic notions of critical ultrasound -- The ultrasound equipment -- Specific notions of critical ultrasound in the critically ill -- Introduction to abdominal ultrasound: normal patterns -- Peritoneum -- Gastrointestinal tract -- Liver -- Gallbladder -- Urinary tract -- Various targets in the abdomen (spleen, adrenals, pancreas, lymph nodes) -- Aorta -- Principles of examination of the deep veins in the critically ill -- Principles of examination of the deep veins in the critically ill [same title as chapter 12 before?] -- Introduction to lung ultrasound -- Pleural effusion -- Lung: alveolar syndrome -- Lung and interstitial syndrome -- Pneumothorax -- Basic applications of lung ultrasound in the critically ill: 1-a bedside alternative to CT and other irradiating techniques -- Basic applications of lung ultrasound in the critically ill: 2-the ultrasound approach of an acute respiratory failure: the BLUE protocol -- Applications of lung ultrasound in the critically ill: 3-lung ultrasound in the neonate -- Simple emergency cardiac sonography -- Simple critical ultrasound considering hemodynamic therapy: our limited investigation -- Head and neck -- Soft tissues and miscellaneous areas -- Interventional ultrasound -- Ultrasound in the surgical intensive care unit, some peculiarities -- Critical ultrasound outside the intensive care unit -- Analytic study of severe and/or frequent situations in the critically ill -- Free considerations -- A way to learn critical ultrasound -- Critical ultrasound, not just a new technique: also a philosophy.
  • 2015From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Thomas Kroneis.
    Principles of whole-genome amplification / Zbigniew Tadeusz Czyz, Stefan Kirsch, and Bernhard Polzer -- Bias in whole genome amplification : causes and considerations / Jeffrey Sabina and John H. Leamon -- Single-cell lab or how to perform single-cell molecular analysis / Roland Kirchner and Marianna Alunni-Fabbroni -- Sample preparation methods following cellsearch approach compatible of single-cell whole-genome amplification : an overview / Joost F. Swennenhuis and Leon Terstappen -- Deterministic whole-genome amplification of single cells / Zbigniew Tadeusz Czyż and Christoph A. Klein -- Construction of a DNA library on microbeads using whole genome amplification / Takaaki Kojima, Bo Zhu, and Hideo Nakano -- Heat-induced fragmentation and adapter-assisted whole genome amplification using GenomePlex® single-cell whole genome amplification kit (WGA4) / Amin El-Heliebi, Shukun Chen , and Thomas Kroneis -- Whole genome amplification by isothermal multiple strand displacement using Phi29 DNA polymerase / Thomas Kroneis and Amin El-Heliebi -- Using multiplex PCR for assessing the quality of whole genome amplified DNA / Amin El-Heliebi, Shukun Chen, and Thomas Kroneis -- Quality control of isothermal amplified DNA based on short tandem repeat analysis / Thomas Kroneis and Amin El-Heliebi -- Laser microdissection of FFPE tissue areas and subsequent whole genome amplification by Ampli1 / Zbigniew Tadeusz Czyz, Nikolas H. Stoecklein, and Bernhard Polzer -- Whole genome amplification from blood spot samples / Karina Meden Sørensen -- Analysis of whole mitogenomes from ancient samples / Gloria Gonzales Fortes and Johanna L. A. Paijmans -- Copy number variation analysis by array analysis of single cells following whole genome amplification / Eftychia Dimitriadou, Masoud Zamani Esteki, and Joris Robert Vermeesch -- Whole genome amplification in genomic analysis of single circulating tumor cells / Christin Gasch, Klaus Pantel, and Sabine Riethdorf -- Whole genome amplification of labeled viable single cells suited for array-comparative genomic hybridization / Thomas Kroneis and Amin El-Heliebi -- Low-volume on-chip single-cell whole genome amplification for multiple subsequent analyses / Thomas Kroneis, Shukun Chen, and Amin El-Heliebi -- Detection and characterization of circulating tumor cells by the cellsearch approach / Frank Coumans and Leon Terstappen.
  • Julia A. McMillan, Phillip I. Nieburg, Frank A. Oski.
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  • 2011From: Springer
    Tom A. Hutchinson, editor.
    Whole Person Care / Tom A. Hutchinson -- Suffering, Whole Person Care, and the Goals of Medicine / Eric J. Cassell -- The Healing Journey / Tom A. Hutchinson, Balfour M. Mount and Michael Kearney -- The Challenge of Medical Dichotomies and the Congruent Physician-Patient Relationship in Medicine / Tom A. Hutchinson and James R. Brawer -- Separation-Attachment Theory in Illness and the Role of the Healthcare Practitioner / Gregory Fricchione -- Empathy, Compassion, and the Goals of Medicine / Stephen Liben -- Mindfulness and Whole Person Care / Patricia L. Dobkin -- Healing, Wounding, and the Language of Medicine / Abraham Fuks -- Death Anxiety: The Challenge and the Promise of Whole Person Care / Sheldon Solomon and Krista Lawlor -- Whole Person Self-Care: Self-Care from the Inside Out / Michael Kearney and Radhule Weininger -- Prevention and Whole Person Care / Tom A. Hutchinson -- Whole Person Care and Complementary and Alternative Therapies / Mary Grossman -- Spiritual Dimensions of Whole Person Care / Abdu'l-Missagh Ghadirian -- Whole Person Care and the Revolution in Genetics / David S. Rosenblatt and Jennifer Fitzpatrick -- Whole Person Care on a Busy Medical Ward / Gordon L. Crelinsten -- Teaching Whole Person Care in Medical School / Helen McNamara and J. Donald Boudreau -- Whole Person Care, Professionalism, and the Medical Mandate / Richard L. Cruess and Sylvia R. Cruess -- Whole Person Care: Conclusions / Tom A. Hutchinson.
  • Enersen, Ole Daniel.
    A biographical dictionary of medical eponyms. It presents a complete survey of all medical phenomena named for a person, with a biography of that person.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Chris D. Geddes.
  • Sabrina Corlette, Sean Miskell, Julia Lerche, and Justin Giovannelli.
    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) created the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan (CO-OP) Program to provide consumer-focused health insurance options. But the CO-OP experience to date reveals factors that limit market competition. This report considers the challenges that CO-OPs have faced through analysis of plan, pricing, and enrollment data for six CO-OPs. We also interviewed CO-OP executives and experts to better understand the market assumptions and strategies of these new companies. We describe how CO-OPs responded to the prohibition on using federal loans for marketing, problems associated with outsourcing health plan functions, CO-OP plan design and pricing strategies, dynamics of both high and low enrollment, and challenges related to the ACA's premium stabilization programs. We conclude by highlighting the role of federal and state policy decisions in adding to rather than reducing barriers to market entry for CO-OPs.
  • 2006SUNet ID login required to search for this title
    by Steve Oualline.
  • Stacey McMorrow and John Holahan.
    This paper compares the most recent CMS forecast released in July 2015 to the 2010 ACA baseline forecast. The 2015 forecast incorporates actual spending data from 2013 and projects spending for 2014 through 2024. Importantly, the 2015 forecast also incorporates the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA), passed in April 2015, that permanently eliminated the sustainable growth rate (SGR) system for setting physician payment rates in Medicare. The earlier work used the "current-law" forecasts for Medicare spending, which included the projected effects of large cuts to Medicare physician payments that were required by the SGR system at the time of each forecast.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    Robert H. Anderson, BSc, MD, FRCPath, Diane E. Spicer, BS, PA(ASCP), Anthony M. Hlavacek, MD, Andrew C. Cook, BSc, PhD, Carl L. Backer, MD.
    "The books and articles devoted to technique in cardiac surgery are legion. This is most appropriate, since the success of cardiac surgery is greatly dependent upon excellent operative technique"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2007From: Springer
    James E. Childs, John S. Mackenzie, Jürgen A. Richt (eds.).
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • v. 1-2=, 2015From: Wiley
    edited by Gideon Keren, George Wu.
    "This two-volume reference is a comprehensive, up-to-date examination of the most important theory, concepts, methodological approaches, and applications in the burgeoning field of judgment and decision making (JDM). Brings together a multi-disciplinary group of contributors from across the social sciences, including psychology, economics, marketing, finance, public policy, sociology, and philosophy Provides accessible, essential information, complete with the latest research and references, for experts and non-experts alike in two volumes Emphasizes the growth of JDM applications with separate chapters devoted to medical decision making, decision making and the law, consumer behavior, and more Addresses controversial topics (such as choice from description vs. choice from experience and contrasts between empirical methodologies employed in behavioral economics and psychology) from multiple perspectives "-- Provided by publisher. "A comprehensive, up-to-date examination of the most important theory, concepts, methodological approaches, and applications in the burgeoning field of judgment and decision making"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2014From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    edited by Alexander W. Kusnecov and Hymie Anisman.
    The term psychoneuroimmunology was originally coined to acknowledge the existence of functional interactions between the brain, the immune system and the endocrine system. As our understanding deepens regarding the interplay between the brain and the way bodies function, the field continues to grow in importance.
  • 2017From: Wiley
    edited by Lindsay G. Oades, Michael F. Steger, Antonella Delle Fave, and Jonathan Passmore.
    The Psychology of Positivity and Strengths-Based Approaches at Work / Lindsay G Oades, Michael F Steger, Antonella Delle Fave, Jonathan Passmore -- Individual Approaches to Positive Psychology at Work. The Psychology of Positivity at Work / Suzy Green, Michelle McQuaid, Alicia Purtell, Aylin Dulagil -- Psychological Strengths at Work / Robert Biswas-Diener, Todd B Kashdan, Nadezhda Lyubchik -- Hope at Work / Christian A Wandeler, Susana C Marques, Shane J Lopez -- Creating Meaning and Purpose at Work / Michael F Steger -- Optimal Motivation at Work / Christopher P Niemiec, Gordon B Spence -- Flow at Work / Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Sonal Khosla, Jeanne Nakamura -- Mindfulness at Work / Gordon B Spence -- Resilience at Work / Andrew Denovan, Lee Crust, Peter J Clough -- Mental Fitness at Work / Paula Robinson, Lindsay G Oades -- Positive Relationships at Work / Sue Roffey -- Humility at Work / Don E Davis, Joshua N Hook, Cirleen DeBlaere, Vanessa Placeres -- Compassion at Work / Tim Anstiss -- Organizational Approaches to Positive Psychology at Work. Good Work / Paul T P Wong, Itai Ivtzan, Tim Lomas -- Workplace and Organizational Well-Being / Lindsay G Oades, Aylin Dulagil -- Positive Approaches to Organizational Change / Stefan P Cantore -- Positive Approaches to Leadership Development / Doug MacKie -- Employee Engagement / Sebastiaan Rothmann -- Job Crafting / Gavin R Slemp -- Positive Approaches to Mid-Life Careers / Sung-Kyung Yoo, Hyjin Lee -- Positive Organizations and Maturing Workers / Jeanette N Cleveland, Gwenith G Fisher, Kevin M Walters -- Positive Psychological Assessment for the Workplace / Aaron Jarden, Rebecca Jarden -- International Business Applications of Positive Psychology. Well-Being in Health Professionals / Ulrich Wiesmann -- The Well-Being of Teachers and Professors / Brittany Branand, Jeanne Nakamura -- The Well-Being of Information Technology Professionals / Kamlesh Singh, Mohita Junnarkar -- Well-Being in the Arts and Crafts Sector / Antonella Delle Fave, Gaja Zager Kocjan -- The Well-Being of Workers in the Agricultural Sector / Lawrence Soosai-Nathan, Antonella Delle Fave.
  • 2002From: Knovel
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by David E. Gussak and Marcia L. Rosal.
  • 2017From: Wiley
    edited by Tobias Egner.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Robert D. Zettle, Steven C. Hayes, Dermot Barnes-Holmes, and Anthony Biglan.
    1. Examining the Partially Completed Crossword Puzzle: The Nature and Status of Contextual Behavioral Science -- 2. Why Contextual Behavioral Science Exists: An Introduction to Part I / Steven C. Hayes -- 3. Contextual Behavioral Science: An Overview / Steven C. Hayes -- 4. Functional Contextualism and Contextual Behavioral Science / Brooke M. Smith, Michael E. Levin, Michael P. Twohig -- 5. Contextual Behavioral Science: Holding Terms Lightly / Steven C. Hayes, Anthony Biglan -- 6. Pragmatism and Psychological Flexibility in the Research Context: Applying Functional Contextualism to Scientific Methodology / Kelly G. Wilson -- 7. Functional Place for Language in Evolution: The Contribution of Contextual Behavioral Science to the Study of Human Evolution / Douglas M. Long, Brandon T. Sanford -- 8. Relational Frame Theory: Finding Its Historical and Intellectual Roots and Reflecting upon Its Future Development: An Introduction to Part II / Dermot Barnes-Holmes -- 9. Relational Frame Theory: The Basic Account / Dermot Barnes-Holmes, Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, Ian Hussey, Carmen Luciano -- 10. Relational Frame Theory: Implications for the Study of Human Language and Cognition / Sean Hughes, Dermot Barnes-Holmes -- 11. Relational Frame Theory: Implications for Education and Developmental Disabilities / Sean Hughes, Dermot Barnes-Holmes -- 12. RFT for Clinical Practice: Three Core Strategies in Understanding and Treating Human Suffering / Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, Deirdre Kavanagh, Carol Murphy -- 13. Contextual Approaches to Clinical Interventions and Assessment: An Introduction to Part III / Robert D. Zettle -- 14. Contextual Approaches to Psychotherapy: Defining, Distinguishing, and Common Features / Robert D. Zettle -- 15. Evaluating In-Session Therapist and Client Behaviors from a Contextual Behavioral Science Perspective / James D. Herbert, Evan M. Forman, Peter Hitchcock -- 16. Measures That Make a Difference: A Functional Contextualistic Approach to Optimizing Psychological Measurement in Clinical Research and Practice / Matthieu Villatte -- 17. Role of Experimental Psychopathology and Laboratory-Based Intervention Studies in Contextual Behavioral Science / Joseph Ciarrochi, Robert D. Zettle, Robert Brockman, James Duguid, Philip Parker, Baljinder Sandra, Todd B. Kashdan -- 18. Scientific Ambition: The Relationship between Relational Frame Theory and Middle-Level Terms in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy / Michael E. Levin, Matthieu Villatte -- 19. Functional Contextualist Approach to Cultural Evolution: An Introduction to Part IV / Anthony Biglan -- 20. Contextual Behavioral Science Approach to Parenting Intervention and Research / Anthony Biglan -- 21. Contextual Behavioral Science and Education / Laura Backen Jones, Koa Whittingham, Lisa Coyne, April Lightcap -- 22. Psychological Flexibility and ACT at Work / Thomas G. Szabo, Mark R. Dixon -- 23. Potential of Community-Wide Strategies for Promoting Psychological Flexibility / Frank W. Bond, Joda Lloyd, Paul E. Flaxman, Rob Archer -- 24. Evolution of Capitalism / Michael E. Levin, Jason Lillis, Anthony Biglan -- 25. Functional Contextualist Analysis of the Behavior and Organizational Practices Relevant to Climate Change / Anthony Biglan, Jean Lee, Christine Cody --26. Future of the Human Sciences and Society / Mark Alavosius, Donny Newsome, Ramona Houmanfar, Anthony Biglan.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Kevin Durkin, H. Rudolph Schaffer.
    PART ONE: FAMILY PROCESSES AND CHILD REARING PRACTICES 1. Editorial Introduction: On giving developmental psychology away Kevin Durkin and H. Rudolph Schaffer 2. The role of popular literature in influencing parents' behavior Penelope Leach 3. Opportunities and obstacles in giving away research on marital conflict and children E. Mark Cummings, W. Brad Faircloth, Patricia M. Mitchell, Kathleen McCoy and Alice C. Schermerhorn 4. Implementing a preventive parenting program with families of young children: Challenges and solutions Angela D. Moreland & Jean E. Dumas 5. Parenting information and advice and the mass media Matthew R Sanders and Rachel Calam 6. Children of lesbian and gay parents: Reflections on the research-policy interface Charlotte J. Patterson and Rachel H. Farr. 7. Child care at the nexus of practice, policy, and research Christina Hardway and Kathleen McCartney 8. Teenage childbearing in the U.S.: Do our programs and policies reflect our knowledge base? Anne Martin and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn PART TWO: EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS 9. The trials and tribulations of changing how reading is taught in schools: Synthetic phonics and the educational backlash Rhona S Johnston and Joyce E Watson 10. Giving away early mathematics: Big Math for Little Kids encounters the complex world of early education Herbert P. Ginsburg and Barbrina B. Ertle 11. Avoiding the psychologist's fallacy in using what we have learned about children's moral development to address moral education Larry Nucci and Marcy J. Hochberg 12. Toward a truly democratic civics education Charles C. Helwig and Shaogang Yang 13. Research and practice in the study of school bullying Peter K. Smith 14. Promoting pedestrian skill development in young children: Implementation of a national community-centred behavioral training scheme James A. Thomson 15. Researcher-practitioner partnerships in the development of intervention to reduce prejudice among children Lyndsey Cameron and Adam Rutland PART THREE: CLINICAL ASPECTS 16. What do we know and why does it matter? The dissemination of evidence-based interventions for child maltreatment Dante Cicchetti, Sheree L. Toth, Wendy J. Nilsen, and Jody Todd Manly 17. Language impairment and adolescent outcomes Gina Conti-Ramsden and Kevin Durkin 18. Translating models of adolescent problem behavior into effective intervention: Trials, tribulations and future directions Thomas J. Dishion and Miwa Yasui 19. Giving away knowledge about children's mental health: Challenges and opportunities Janice Cooper & Jane Knitzer Index .
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Stephen V. Shepherd.
    1. The brain evolved to guide action -- 2. The evolution of evolutionary neuroscience -- 3. Approaches to the study of brain evolution -- 4. Intraneuronal computation: charting the signaling pathways of the neuron -- 5. The evolution of neurons -- 6. The first nervous system -- 7. Fundamental constraints on the evolution of neurons -- 8. The central nervous system of invertebrates -- 9. Nervous system architecture in vertebrates -- 10. Neurotransmission, evolving systems -- 11. Neural development in invertebrates -- 12. Forebrain development in vertebrates: the evolutionary role of secondary organizers -- 13. Brain evoluation and development: allometry of the of the brain and arealization of the cortex -- 14. Comparative aspects of learning and memory -- 15. Brain evolution, development, and plasticity -- 16. Neural mechanisms of communication -- 17. Social corrdination: from ants to apes -- 18. Social learning, intelligence, and brain evolution -- 19. Reading other minds -- Index.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Updesh Kumar.
    "The Wiley Handbook of Personality Assessment presents the state-of-the-art in the field of personality assessment, providing a perspective on emerging trends and placing these in the context of recent research advances. Linking theory with practice, the volume delineates current developments in theoretical conceptualisations affecting personality assessment, and charts the way forward for potential applications of these emergent research insights. The handbook brings together an international group of distinguished contributors from 17 countries on five continents, to tackle key issues in personality assessment across a range of approaches and contexts. This multi-national authorship enhances the content by bringing critically important cross-cultural perspectives and diversity across the subject"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Alex M. Wood and Judith Johnson.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Robin A. Murphy and Robert C. Honey.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Carlos A. Cuevas and Callie Marie Rennison.
    1.The Dynamic Nature of Crime Statistics / Callie Marie Rennison / Carlos A. Cuevas -- 2.Ethical Issues in Surveys about Children's Exposure to Violence and Sexual Abuse / Emily H. Griffith / Cynthia Barnett-Ryan -- 3.Why are Offenders Victimized so Often? / David Finkelhor / Sherry Hamby / Heather Turner / Wendy Walsh -- 4.The Complex Dynamics of Victimization: Understanding Differential Vulnerability without Blaming the Victim / Richard B. Felson / Mark T. Berg -- 5.Social Construction of Violence / Sherry Hamby / John Grych -- 6.Consequences and Sequelae of Violence and Victimization / Joel Best -- 7.Homicide: Its Prevalence, Correlates, and Situational Contexts / Mary Ann Priester / Trevor Cole / Shannon M. Lynch / Dana D. DeHart -- 8.Nonfatal Violence / Terance D. Miethe / Wendy C. Regoeczi -- 9.Perceptions of Stalking Victimization among Behaviorally Defined Victims: Examining Factors that Influence Self-Identification / Jennifer L. Truman -- 10.The Situational Dynamics of Street Crime: Property versus Confrontational Crime / Emily I. Troshynski / Timothy C. Hart -- 11.Triggerman Today, Dead Man Tomorrow: Gangs, Violence, and Victimization / Mindy Bernhardt / Volkan Topalli -- 12.Girls and Women in Gangs / Kathleen A. Fox / David C. Pyrooz -- 13.School Violence and Bullying / Joanne Belknap / Molly Bowers -- 14.Juvenile Violence: Interventions, Policies, and Future Directions / Gerald Reid / Melissa K. Holt -- 15.Child Maltreatment / Sean McCandless / Terrance J. Taylor -- 16.Destructive Sibling Aggression / Cindy Sousa / J. Bart Klika / W. Ben Packard / Todd I. Herrenkohl -- 17.Elder Maltreatment: The Theory and Practice of Elder-Abuse Prevention / Veronica R. Barrios / Jonathan Caspi -- 18.Interventions, Policies, and Future Research Directions in Family Violence / Gia Elise Barboza -- 19.Intimate Partner Violence Among College Students: Measurement, Risk Factors, Consequences, and Responses / Christina Policastro / Brian K. Payne -- 20.The Transcendence of Intimate Violence across the Life Course / Andia Azimi / Bonnie S. Fisher / Heidi Scherer / Leah E. Daigle -- 21.Controversies in Partner Violence / Kristin Carbone-Lopez -- 22.Interventions, Policies, and Future Research Directions in Partner Violence / Murray A. Straus / Emily M. Douglas / Denise A. Hines -- 23.Rape and Sexual Assault Victimization / Molly Dragiewicz -- 24.A Motivation-Facilitation Model of Adult Male Sexual Offending / Erika L. Kelley / Christine A. Gidycz -- 25.Pornography and Violence Against Women / Lesleigh E. Pullman / Skye Stephens / Michael C. Seto -- 26.Prostitution and Sex Trafficking / Walter S. DeKeseredy -- 27.Interventions, Policies, and Future Research Directions in Sexual Violence / Stephanie Fahy / Amy Farrell -- 28.Cybercrime Victimization / Dara C. Drawbridge / Carlos A. Cuevas -- 29.Online Harassment / Bonnie S. Fisher / Billy Henson / Bradford W. Reyns -- 30.Technology and Violence / Kimberly J. Mitchell / Lisa M. Jones -- 31.Interventions, Policies, and Future Research Directions in Cybercrime / Thomas J. Holt / Adam M. Bossier -- 32.Intimate Partner Violence among Latinos / Max Killer -- 33.Living in a Web of Trauma: An Ecological Examination of Violence among African Americans / Chiara Sabina -- 34.An Interpretation of Invisible Domestic Violence among Asian Americans / Carolyn M. West -- 35.Interpersonal Violence and American Indian and Alaska Native Communities / MiRang Park -- 36.Intimate Partner Violence in LGBT Communities / Michelle Chino / Jane E. Palmer -- 37.Research on the Victimization of Understudied Populations: Current Issues and Future Directions / Mikel L. Walters / Caroline Lippy.
  • [edited by] Elizabeth Blesedell Crepeau, Ellen S. Cohn, Barbara A. Boyt Schell.
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  • Thomas Wright.
    Prologue. A new theory (1636) : 'Blood moves ... in a circle, continuously' -- pt. 1. Raising himself from the ground. A Kentish upbringing (1578-1593) : 'Half farmer and half gentleman' ; Cambridge studies I (1593) : 'Making low legs to a nobleman' ; Cambridge studies II (c.1593-1599) : 'Devoting himself assiduously to his studies' ; Essay 1. Galen, Mondino, and Vesa lius : a brief history of anatomy ; Padual studies I (1599-c1600) : 'Fair Pauda, nursery of the arts' ; Essay 2. A dissection of sacred hearts, feeling hearts, and thinking hearts ; Padual studies II (c.1600-1602) : 'The explosion of anatomy' ; Early years in London (c.1602-c.1610) : 'Begin the world' ; Advances (c.1610-c.1625) : 'Good endeavours bring forth much good frute' -- pt. 2. Placing his head among the stars. A public lecture I (Late 1610s) : Nasty (yet recompensed by admirable variety'
  • edited by Harold M. Malkin.
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  • by Ann Scott, Mervyn Eadie, Andrew Lees.
    "Sir William Richard Gowers was one of the pre-eminent clinical neurologists of the nineteenth century. He is best remembered for his discovery of the eponymous 'Gowers' sign', for his invention of the patella hammer, and for authoring the classic two-volume neurology textbook Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System. To date Dr Gowers has been the subject of only one published biography, while some aspects of Gowers' work have been chronicled in historical works regarding the history of neurology. This book goes into greater detail than ever, presenting the life story behind a great Victorian brain. Illustrated throughout with hundreds of family photographs and original sketches, the authors cover Gowers' early years, his clinical work at Queen Square, his accolades, and friendships with explorers and famous authors. Co-authored by an academic with special access to the Gowers family archives and two leading neurologists, this book is the first definitive reference work on the life of William Richard Gowers." -- [Publisher-supplied data]
  • 2012From: AccessMedicine
    editors: Barbara L. Hoffman, John O. Schorge, Joseph I. Schaffer, Lisa M. Halvorson, Karen D. Bradshaw, F. Gary Cunningham ; atlas art director, Lewis E. Calver.
    Section 1. Benign General Gynecology -- Section 2. Reproductive Endocrinology, Infertility, and the Menopause -- Section 3. Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery -- Section 4. Gynecologic Oncology -- Section 5. Aspects of Gynecologic Surgery -- Section 6. Atlas of Gynecologic Surgery.
  • 2016From: AccessMedicine
    [edited by] Barbara L. Hoffman, John O. Schorge, Karen D. Bradshaw, Lisa M. Halvorson, Joseph I. Schaffer, Marlene M. Corton.
    Sect. 1: Benign general gynecology -- Sect. 2: Reproductive endocrinology, infertility, and the menopause -- Sect. 3: Female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery -- Sect. 4: Gynecologic oncology -- Sect. 5: Aspects of gynecologic surgery -- Sect. 6: Atlas of gynecologic surgery.
  • 2015From: AccessMedicine
    editors, Kenneth Kaushansky, Marshall A. Lichtman, Josef T. Prchal, Marcel Levi, Oliver W. Press, Linda J. Burns, Michael A. Caligiuri.
    Part I: Clinical evaluation of the patient. Initial approach to the patient: history and physical examination -- Examination of the marrow -- Consultative hematology -- Part II: The organization of the lymphohematopoietic tissues. Structure of the marrow and the hematopoietic microenvironment -- The organization and structure of lymphoid tissues -- Part III: Epochal hematology. Hematology of the fetus and newborn -- Hematology during pregnancy -- Hematology in older persons -- Part IV: Molecular and cellular hematology. Genetic principles and molecular biology -- Genomics -- Cytogenetics and genetic abnormalities -- Metabolism of hematologic neoplastic cells -- Signal transduction pathways -- Hematopoietic stem cells, progenitors, and cytokines -- The inflammatory response -- Dendritic cells and adaptive immunity -- Part V: Therapeutic principles. Principles of antithrombotic therapy -- Immune cell therapy -- Therapeutic apheresis: indications, efficacy, and complications -- Regenerative medicine: multipotential cell therapy for tissue repair -- Part VI: The erythrocyte. Structure and composition of the erythrocyte -- Erythropoiesis -- Erythrocyte turnover -- Clinical manifestations and classification of erythrocyte disorders -- Aplastic anemia: acquired and inherited -- Pure red cell aplasia -- Anemia of chronic disease -- Erythropoietic effects of endocrine disorders -- The congenital dyserythropoietic anemias -- Iron deficiency and overload -- Anemia resulting from other nutritional deficiencies -- Anemia associated with marrow infiltration -- Erythrocyte membrane disorders -- Erythrocyte enzyme disorders -- The thalassemias: disorders of globin synthesis -- Fragmentation hemolytic anemia -- Erythrocyte disorders as a result of chemical and physical agents -- Hemolytic anemia resulting from infections with microorganisms -- Hemolytic anemia resulting from immune injury -- Alloimmune hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn -- Hypersplenism and hyposplenism -- Primary and secondary erythrocytoses.
  • 2010From: AccessMedicine
    editors, Kenneth Kaushansky, Ernest Beutler, Uri Seligsohn, Marshall A. Lichtman, Thomas J. Kipps, Josef T. Prchal.
    "A comprehensive textbook outlining all facets of hematology"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2010 (23rd ed.)From: AccessMedicine
    [edited by] F. Gary Cunningham ... [et al.].
    Overview of obstetrics -- Maternal anatomy -- Implantation, embryogenesis, and placental development -- Fetal growth and development -- Maternal physiology -- Parturition -- Preconceptional counseling -- Abortion -- Ectopic pregnancy -- Gestational trophoblastic disease -- Genetics -- Prenatal diagnosis and fetal therapy -- Teratology and medications that affect the fetus -- Antepartum assessment -- Fetal imaging -- Normal labor and delivery -- Intrapartum assessment -- Obstetrical anesthesia -- Abnormal labor -- Disorders of amnionic fluid volume -- Labor induction -- Forceps delivery and vacuum extraction -- Breech presentation and delivery -- Cesarean delivery and peripartum hysterectomy -- Prior cesarean delivery -- Abnormalities of the placenta, umbilical cord, and membranes -- The newborn infant -- Diseases and injuries of the fetus and newborn -- The puerperium -- Puerperal infection -- Contraception -- Sterilization -- Pregnancy hypertension -- Obstetrical hemorrhage -- Preterm birth -- Postterm pregnancy -- Fetal growth disorders -- Multifetal gestation -- Reproductive tract abnormalities -- General considerations and maternal evaluation -- Critical care and trauma -- Obesity -- Cardiovascular disease -- Chronic hypertension -- Pulmonary disorders -- Thromboembolic disorders -- Renal and urinary tract disorders -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Hepatic, gallbladder, and pancreatic disorders -- Hematological disorders -- Diabetes -- Thyroid and other endocrine disorders -- Connective-tissue disorders -- Neurological and psychiatric disorders -- Dermatological disorders -- Neoplastic diseases -- Infectious diseases -- Sexually transmitted diseases.
  • 2014 (24th ed.)From: AccessMedicine
    [edited by] F. Gary Cunningham [and seven others].
    Overview of obstetrics -- Maternal anatomy -- Congenital genitourinary abnormalities -- Maternal physiology -- Implantation and placental development -- Placental abnormalities -- Embryogenesis and fetal morphological development -- Preconceptional counseling -- Prenatal care -- Fetal imaging -- Amnionic fluid -- Teratology, teratogens, and fetotoxic agents -- Genetics -- Prenatal diagnosis -- Fetal disorders -- Fetal therapy -- Fetal assessment -- Abortion -- Ectopic pregnancy -- Gestational trophblastic disease -- Physiology of labor -- Normal labor -- Abnormal labor -- Intrapartum assessment -- Obstetrical analgesia and anesthesia -- Induction and augmentation -- Vaginal delivery -- Breech delivery -- Operative vaginal delivery -- Cesarean delivery and peripartum hysterectomy -- Prior cesarean delivery -- The newborn -- Diseases and injuries of the term newborn -- The preterm newborn -- Stillbirth -- The puerperium -- Puerperal complications -- Contraception -- Sterilization -- Hypertensive disorders -- Obstetrical hemorrhage -- Preterm labor -- Postterm pregnancy -- Fetal-growth disorders -- Multifetal pregnancy -- General considerations and maternal evaluation -- Critical care and trauma -- Obesity -- Cardiovascular disorders -- Chronic hypertension -- Pulmonary disorders -- Thromboembolic disorders -- Renal and urinary disorders -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Hepatic, biliary, and pancreatic disorders -- Hematological disorders -- Diabetes mellitus -- Endorcrine disorders -- Connective-tissue disorders -- Neurological disorders -- Psychiatric disorders -- Dermatological disorders -- Neoplastic disorders -- Infectious diseases -- Sexually transmitted infections.
  • [edited by] Henry M. Kronenberg ... [et al.].
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Principles of endocrinology -- The endocrine patient -- Genetic control of peptide hormone formation -- Mechanism of action of hormones that act on nuclear receptors -- Mechanism of action of hormones that act at the cell surface -- Laboratory techniques for recognition of endocrine disorders -- Neuroendocrinology -- Anterior pituitary -- Posterior pituitary -- Thyroid physiology and diagnostic evaluation of patients with thyroid disorders -- Thyrotoxicosis -- Hypothyroidism and thyroiditis -- Nontoxic diffuse and nodular goiter and thyroid neoplasia -- The adrenal cortex -- Endocrine hypertension -- The physiology and pathology of the female reproductive axis -- Hormonal contraception -- Testicular disorders -- Sexual dysfunction in men and women -- Endorcine changes in pregnancy -- Endocrinology of fetal development -- Disorders of sex development -- Normal and aberrant growth -- Puberty: ontogeny, neuroendocrinology, physiology, and disorders -- Hormones and athletic performance -- Endocrinology and aging -- Hormones and disorders of mineral metabolism -- Metabolic bone disease -- Kidney stones -- Type 2 diabetes mellitus -- Type 1 diabetes mellitus -- Complications of diabetes mellitus -- Glucose homeostasis and hypoglycemia -- Neuroendocrine control of energy stores -- Obesity -- Disorders of lipid metabolism -- Endocrinology of HIV/AIDS -- Gastrointestinal hormones and gut endocrine tumors -- Pathogenesis of endocrine tumors -- Multiple endocrine neoplasia -- The immunoendocrinopathy syndromes -- Endocrine-responsive cancer -- Humoral manifestations of malignancy -- Carcinoid tumors, carcinoid syndrome, and related disorders.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Shlomo Melmed, Kenneth S. Polonsky, P. Reed Larsen, Henry M. Kronenberg.
    Principles of endocrinology -- Clinical endocrinology : a personal view -- Principles of hormone action -- Genetics of endocrinology -- Health care reform, population health, and the endocrinologist -- Laboratory techniques for recognition of endocrine disorders -- Neuroendocrinology -- Pituitary physiology and diagnostic evaluation -- Pituitary masses and tumors -- Posterior pituitary -- Thyroid physiology and diagnostic evaluation of patients with thyroid disorders -- Hyperthyroid disorders -- Hypothyroidism and thyroiditis -- Nontoxic diffuse goiter, nodular thyroid disorders, and thyroid malignancies -- The adrenal cortex -- Endocrine hypertension -- Physiology and pathology of the female reproductive axis -- Hormonal contraception -- Testicular disorders -- Sexual dysfunction in men and women -- Endocrine changes in pregnancy -- Endocrinology of fetal development -- Pediatric disorders of sex development -- Normal and aberrant growth in children -- Physiology and disorders of puberty -- Hormones and athletic performance -- Endocrinology and aging -- Hormones and disorders of mineral metabolism -- Osteoporosis and bone biology -- Kidney stones -- Type 2 diabetes mellitus -- Type 1 diabetes mellitus -- Complications of diabetes mellitus -- Hypoglycemia -- Neuroendocrine control of energy stores -- Obesity -- Disorders of lipid metabolism -- Gastrointestinal hormones and gut endocrine tumors -- Multiple endocrine neoplasia -- The immunoendocrinopathy syndromes -- Endocrinology of hiv/aids -- The long-term endocrine sequelae of multimodality cancer therapy -- Neuroendocrine gastrointestinal and lung tumors (carcinoid tumors), the carcinoid syndrome, and related disorders.
  • 2017From: Ovid
    text editors: Nika Bagheri, Brynn N. Wajda ; multimedia editors: Charles M. Calvo, Alia K. Durrani ; founding editors: Mark A. Friedberg, Christopher J. Rapuano.
    Differential diagnosis of ocular symptoms -- Differential diagnosis of ocular signs -- Trauma -- Cornea -- Conjunctiva/sclera/iris/external disease -- Eyelid -- Orbit -- Pediatrics -- Glaucoma -- Neuro-ophthalmology -- Retina -- Uveitis -- General ophthalmic problems -- Imaging modalities in ophthalmology.
  • 2012From: Ovid
    editors, Adam T. Gerstenblith, Michael P. Rabinowitz ; associate editors, Behin I. Barahimi, Christopher M. Fecarotta ; founding editors, Mark A. Friedberg, Christopher J. Rapuano.
    "The thoroughly revised Sixth Edition of this classic reference on ocular disease is the perfect guide for all clinicians who treat eye disorders. Written in a concise outline format, this quick reference is perfect for diagnosis and management of hundreds of ocular conditions. This pocketsize manual covers from symptoms to treatment all ocular disorders likely to be encountered in the office, emergency room, or hospital setting"-- Provided by publisher. "The goal of the book has always been to provide a quick reference containing concise answers to diagnostic and therapeutic problems that span most of ophthalmology. The Wills Manual provides essential diagnostic tips and specific therapeutic information pertaining to eye disease. These are the issues that the ophthalmology resident, the attending ophthalmologist and the emergency room physician must deal with on a daily basis"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2008From: Ovid
    editors, Justis P. Ehlers, Chirag P. Shah ; associate editors, Gregory L. Fenton, Eliza N. Hoskins, Heather N. Shelsta ; founding editors, Mark A. Friedberg, Christopher J. Rapuano.
    Differential diagnosis of ocular symptoms -- Differential diagnosis of ocular signs -- Trauma -- Cornea -- Conjunctiva/sclera/iris/external disease -- Eyelid -- Orbit -- Pediatrics -- Glaucoma -- Neuro-ophthalmology -- Retina -- Uveitis -- General ophthalmic problems -- Imaging modalities in ophthalmology.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2017From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Anna Członkowska and Michael L. Schilsky.
    History of Wilson disease: a personal account / J M. Walshe -- Epidemiology and introduction to the clinical presentation of Wilson disease / Christine Lo and Oliver Bandmann -- The genetics of Wilson disease / Sihoun Hahn -- Genetic and environmental modifiers of Wilson disease / Valentina Medici and Karl Heinz Weiss -- Pathogenesis of Wilson disease / Petr Dusek, Radan Bruha and Ivo Florin Scheiber -- Animal models of Wilson disease / Dominik Huster and Valentina Medici -- Wilson disease, liver pathology / Maciej Pronicki -- Wilson disease, brain pathology / France Woimant, Aurelia Poujois and Jacqueline Mikol -- Hepatic features of Wilson disease / Michael L. Schilsky, Aftab Ala and Salih Boga -- Wilson disease: neurologic features / Anna Czlonkowska, Tomasz Litwin and Grzegorz Chabik -- Cognitive and psychiatric symptoms in Wilson disease / Paula C. Zimbrean and Joanna Seniow -- Wilson's disease in children / Eve A. Roberts and Piotr Socha -- Other organ involvement and clinical aspects of Wilson disease / Karolina Dzieżyc, Tomasz Litwin and Anna Czlonkowska -- Diagnosis of Wilson disease / Peter Ferenci -- Wilson disease - currently used anti-copper therapy / Anna Czlonkowska and Tomasz Litwin -- Liver transplantation for Wilson disease / Michael L. Schilsky -- Wilson disease - symptomatic liver therapy / Wolfgang Stremmel and Karl Heinz Weiss -- Symptomatic treatment of neurologic symptoms in Wilson disease / Tomasz Litwin, Petr Dusek and Anna Czlonkowska -- Novel perspectives on Wilson disease treatment / Christian Rupp, Wolfgang Stremmel and Karl Heinz Weiss -- Patient support groups in the management of Wilson disease / Michael L. Schilsky and Mary L. Graper.
  • 2008From: Karger
    editors, David J.P. Barker, Renate L. Bergmann, Pearay L. Ogra.
    The biology of growth / N. Cameron -- Human growth and cardiovascular disease / D.J.P. Barker -- The role of growth in heart development / K.L. Thornburg, S. Louey, G.D. Giraud -- Growth and bone development / C. Cooper ... [et al.] -- The role of genes in growth and later health / J.G. Eriksson -- Maternal nutrition before and during pregnancy / T.O. Scholl -- The diabetic pregnancy, macrosomia, and perinatal nutritional programming / A. Plagemann, T. Harder, J.W. Dudenhausen -- Undernutrition and growth restriction in pregnancy / R.L. Bergmann, K.E. Bergmann, J.W. Dudenhausen -- Growth and nutrition : the first six months / L.Ö. Hanson ... [et al.] -- Growth in the first two years of life / D.M. Bier -- Effects of early environment on mucosal immunologic homeostasis, subsequent immune responses and disease outcome / P.L. Ogra, R.C. Welliver Sr. -- Induction of antigen-specific immunity in human neonates and infants / C.B. Wilson, T.R. Kollmann -- Growth and host-pathogen interactions / A.M. Prentice, M.K. Darboe -- Neonatal microbial flora and disease outcome / M.F. Vassallo, W.A. Walker -- Impact of fetal and neonatal viral (and parasitic) infections on later development and disease outcome / Y.A. Maldonado -- Environmental influences on the development of the immune system : consequences for disease outcome / B. Björkstén.
  • Lee Holmes.
  • Brian Culp.
    This book will help you install, configure, and maintain Microsoft's newest operating system. Written in jargon free English that puts concepts in proper context, the book gives you a better understanding of Vista's innovations and capabilities, teaches you how to leverage Vista to increase worker productivitity, and demonstrates how the system can best protect senstitive data. --p. 4 of cover.
  • Cuneo, John R.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. The German air weapon, 1870-1914 -- v. 2. The air weapon, 1914-1916.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    editors, Douglas C. Tkachuk, Jan V. Hirschmann.
    Anemia / David Barth and Jan V. Hirschmann -- Acute leukemias / Douglas C Tkachuk and Jan V. Hirschmann -- Myelodysplastic syndromes / Douglas C. Tkachuk, Kathy Chun and Jan V. Hirschmann -- Chronic myeloproliferative syndromes / Tracy I. George -- Lymphoproliferative disorders / Jan V. Hirschmann, Denis J. Bailey and Douglas C. Tkachuk -- Flow cytometry in the diagnosis of hematopoietic diseases / Steven J. Kussick -- Cytology and laser scanning cytometry / William R. Geddie -- Approach to the microscopic evaluation of blood and bone marrow / Douglas C. Tkachuk and Jan V. Hirschmann.
  • 2009From: Ovid
    editors, John P. Greer, John Foerster, George M. Rodgers, Frixos Paraskevas, Bertil Glader, Daniel A. Arber, Robert T. Means, Jr.
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    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 2009
  • 2014From: Ovid
    editors, John P. Greer, Daniel A. Arber, Bertil Glader, Alan F. List, Robert T. Means Jr., Frixos Paraskevas, George M. Rodgers ; editor emeritus, John Foerster.
    Laboratory Hematology -- The Normal Hematologic System -- Trnasfusion Medicine -- Disorders of Red Cells -- Disorders of Hemostasis and Coagulation -- Benign Disorders of Leukocytes, The Spleen, and/or Immunoglobins -- Hematologic Malignancies -- Transplantation -- Appendices.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Mary Mehrnoosh Eshaghian-Wilner.
    Provides a comprehensive overview of wireless computing in medicine, with technological, medical, and legal advances This book brings together the latest work of leading scientists in the disciplines of Computing, Medicine, and Law, in the field of Wireless Health. The book is organized into three main sections. The first section discusses the use of distributed computing in medicine. It concentrates on methods for treating chronic diseases and cognitive disabilities like Alzheimer's, Autism, etc. It also discusses how to improve portability and accuracy of monitoring instruments and reduce the redundancy of data. It emphasizes the privacy and security of using such devices. The role of mobile sensing, wireless power and Markov decision process in distributed computing is also examined. The second section covers nanomedicine and discusses how the drug delivery strategies for chronic diseases can be efficiently improved by Nanotechnology enabled materials and devices such as MENs and Nanorobots. The authors will also explain how to use DNA computation in medicine, model brain disorders and detect bio-markers using nanotechnology. The third section will focus on the legal and privacy issues, and how to implement these technologies in a way that is a safe and ethical. -Defines the technologies of distributed wireless health, from software that runs cloud computing data centers, to the technologies that allow new sensors to work -Explains the applications of nanotechnologies to prevent, diagnose and cure disease -Includes case studies on how the technologies covered in the book are being implemented in the medical field, through both the creation of new medical applications and their integration into current systems -Discusses pervasive computing's organizational benefits to hospitals and health care organizations, and their ethical and legal challenges Wireless Computing in Medicine: From Nano to Cloud with Its Ethical and Legal Implications is written as a reference for computer engineers working in wireless computing, as well as medical and legal professionals. The book will also serve students in the fields of advanced computing, nanomedicine, health informatics, and technology law.
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    Wolfgang Osterhage.
    1. Introduction -- 2. WLAN -- 3. PDAs -- 4. Mobile phones -- 5. Bluetooth -- 6. Infrared -- 7. Security policy.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    Lawrence G. Weiss.
    WISC-IV interpretation in societal context -- The essentials and beyond -- Advanced interpretative issues with the WISC-IV full scale IQ and general ability index scores -- Advanced clinical interpretation of the WISC-IV index scores -- Essentials of WISC-IV integrated interpretation -- WISC-IV integrated: beyond the essentials -- Advanced WISC-IV and WISC-IV integrated interpretation in context with other measures -- Report writing: a child-centered approach.
  • 2006From: MyiLibrary
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    Considering your options -- Choosing a generalist tract -- Choosing a specialist tract -- Choosing a transitional year -- Selecting your specialty -- General considerations -- Timing your specialty choice -- Relevant specialty criteria -- Specialty selection methods -- A specialty selection protocol -- Advice from the pros -- Major specialties -- Medical subspecialties -- Surgical subspecialties -- Other subspecialties -- Emerging specialties -- Laying the ground work -- Selecting an advisor/mentor -- Grades to strive for -- Attaining honors -- Board scores and your residency -- Evaluations and their role -- Getting started -- Specialty reality check -- Securing information -- Residency program selection -- Selecting prospective programs -- Strategy for applying -- Evaluating a residency program -- Applying for a residency -- Your application -- Your personal statement -- Your resume -- Your recommendations -- Your transcript -- The residency -- Interview -- Scheduling interviews -- Preliminary preparation -- Preinterview essentials -- Potential interview questions -- Becoming program savy -- Postinterview activities -- Prioritizing your residency choices -- Facing the match -- The match -- Standard match schedule -- PGY-1 training appointments -- Your rank order list -- Other matches -- Your contract -- Becoming oriented -- Residency goals -- The treatment team -- The ancillary staff -- Conflict resolution -- Time management -- Covering for others -- Personal time Off -- moonlighting -- Meeting responsibilities -- Keys to patient care -- Retaining empathy -- Coping with stress -- The impaired resident -- Maintaining efficiency -- Thirty steps to success -- Protecting your assets -- Guarding and maintaining your physical health -- Guarding your mental health -- Maintaining your mental health -- Professional challenges facing residents -- Resident as a student -- Resident as a teacher -- Resident as an ethical caregiver -- Resident's legal guidelines -- Personal challenges facing residents -- Women residents -- Minority group residents -- Religious residents -- Residents with disabilities. Surviving yet thriving -- Adjusting -- Making it work -- The human element -- Mastering the art -- Using your heart -- Thriving -- Securing a position -- Formulating an action plan -- Searching for a position -- Achieving a successfu interview -- Negotiating for the position -- Contract considerations -- Getting ready for work -- Practice options -- Forces for change -- Salaried practitioners -- Solo practice -- Group practice -- Business/management preparation -- Marketing and operating a successful practice -- Keys to professional success -- Marketing your services -- Efficiently operating a practice -- Monitoring Your professional & personal finances -- Maintaining fiscal oversight -- Cost control -- Personal financial planning -- Responding to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) -- Alternative option seekers -- Nontraditional modalities -- CAM status report -- Getting exposed to CAM -- CAM in clinical practice -- The art of medicine -- Healing effectively -- Physician-patient relations -- Physician responsibilities -- Major components of the art -- Practicing the art -- The new frontier.
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    This book is from the Culture, Context and Quality in Health Sciences Research, Education, Leadership and Patient Care Series directly confronts the challenging times in which the business of healthcare finds itself. With a specific focus on the concept of wisdom, it considers the critical role of leadership in fostering and developing culture in healthcare. Each of the chapters reflect a key component of wisdom and ways to nurture wisdom in both individuals and organizations. It features personal accounts, interviews and case studies demonstrating the benefits of working together as one. Fully referenced and passionately written, this book offers practical solutions for health care educators and leaders at all levels.
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  • v. 1-2, 2008.From: Springer Protocols
    v. 2, 2008From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Elizabeth Vincan.
    v. 1. Pathway methods and mammalian models -- v. 2. Pathway models.
  • 2007From: Karger
    volume editors, Achim Hoerauf, Ramakrishna U. Rao.
    The discovery of Wolbachia in arthropods and nematodes--a historical perspective / Kozek, W.J., Rao, R.U. -- Wolbachia : evolutionary significance in nematodes / Casiraghi, M., Ferri, E., Bandi, C. -- Wolbachia endosymbionts : an Achilles' heel of filarial nematodes / Hoerauf, A., Pfarr, K. -- It takes two : lessons from the first nematode Wolbachia genome sequence / Pfarr, K., Foster, J., Slatko, B. -- Coexist, cooperate and thrive : Wolbachia as long-term symbionts of filarial nematodes / Fenn, K., Blaxter, M. -- Insights into Wolbachia biology provided through genomic analysis / Yamada, R. ... [et al.] -- Wolbachia symbiosis in arthropods / Clark, M.E. -- Wolbachia and its importance in veterinary filariasis / Kramer, L. ... [et al.] -- Wolbachia and onchocerca volvulus : pathogenesis of river blindness / Daehnel, K. ... [et al.].
  • Alice Wexler.
    Presents a medical and social history of a devastating hereditary neurological disorder, Huntington's disease, once demonized as 'the witchcraft disease'. She explores the changing meanings of heredity, disability, stigma, and medical knowledge among ordinary people as well as scientists and physicians. This work presents a groundbreaking medical and social history of a devastating hereditary neurological disorder once demonized as 'the witchcraft disease'. When Phebe Hedges, a woman in East Hampton, New York, walked into the sea in 1806, she made visible the historical experience of a family affected by the dreaded disorder of movement, mind, and mood her neighbours called St. Vitus' dance. Doctors later spoke of Huntington's chorea, and today it is known as Huntington's disease. This book is the first history of Huntington's in America. Starting with the life of Phebe Hedges, Alice Wexler uses Huntington's as a lens to explore the changing meanings of heredity, disability, stigma, and medical knowledge among ordinary people as well as scientists and physicians.She addresses these themes through three overlapping stories: the lives of a nineteenth-century family once said to 'belong to the disease'; the emergence of Huntington's chorea as a clinical entity; and, the early-twentieth-century transformation of this disorder into a cautionary eugenics tale. In our own era of expanding genetic technologies, this history offers insights into the social contexts of medical and scientific knowledge, as well as the legacy of eugenics in shaping both the knowledge and the lived experience of this disease.--Publisher's summary.
  • Laura Tropp.
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  • 2016From: Springer
    Lawrence D. Longo, Lawrence P. Reynolds ; with a foreword by Kent L. Thornburg and an afterword by Catherine Y. Spong.
    Introduction -- The fetus in utero including twins and the placenta -- Midwives and midwifery -- Fertilization and embryology -- Teratology : monsters and prodigies -- Epilogue.
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  • 2009From: WHO
    World Health Organization.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Marlene G. Goldman, Rebecca Troisi, Kathryn M. Rexrode.
    Women's health in the 21st century / Marlene B. Goldman, Rebecca Troisi, Kathryn M. Rexrode -- The mutability of women's health with age: the sometimes rapid, and often enduring, health consequences of injustice / Arline T. Geronimus, Rachel C. Snow -- Current approaches to women's health care / Beth A. Collins Sharp, Carolyn M. Clancy -- The impact of health coverage on women's access to care in the US / Alina Salganicoff, Usha Ranji -- Complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine and women's health / Emmeline Edwards, D. Lee Alekel, Barbara Stussman -- Research on the health of sexual minority women / Judith Bradford, Aimee Van Wagenen -- Understanding research designs / Vera Ehrenstein, Timothy L. Lash -- Progress in women's health research / Julie R. Palmer, Samantha Sass -- Life course approach to research in women's health / Rebecca Hardy, Nancy Potischman, Diana Kuh -- Principles of genetics and genomics / Sharon A. Savage -- Puberty and adolescent pregnancy / Theresa O. Scholl, Xinhua Chen -- Menstruation and menstrual disorders / Siobán D. Harlow, Gayle C. Windham, Pangaja Paramsothy -- Premenstrual syndrome / Patricia O. Chocano-Bedoya, Elizabeth R. Bertone-Johnson -- Women's fecundability and factors affecting it / Donna Day Baird -- Contraception / Donna Shoupe, Daniel R. Mishell, Jr. -- Induced abortion / Ellen S. Rigterink, Audrey F. Saftlas, Hani K. Atrash -- Infertility / Stacey A. Missmer, Mary E. Abusief, Robert L. Barbieri, Marlene B. Goldman -- Endometriosis / Victoria L. Holt, Britton Trabert, Kristen Upson -- Uterine leiomyomata / Lauren A. Wise, Shannon K. Laughlin-Tommaso -- Assisted reproductive technologies / David A. Grainger, Bruce L. Tjaden, Laura L. Tatpati -- Pregnancy complications and future maternal health / Chloe A. Zera, Thomas F. McElrath -- Labor and delivery / Romy-Leigh McMaster, Shu-Qin Wei, William D. 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Glynn -- Arrhythmias in women: atrial fibrillation and sudden cardiac death / Stephanie Chiuve, Christine Albert, David Conen -- Heart failure in women: epidemiology, prognosis, and management / Rashmee U. Shah, Donald M. Lloyd-Jones -- Hypertension in women / Jane F. Reckelhoff, Marion Wofford -- Cancer in women: global burden and insights from gender comparisons / Valerie McCormack, Joannie Lortet-Tieulent, Hai-Rim Shin, Freddie Bray -- Breast cancer epidemiology / James V. Lacey Jr., Nadia T. Chung, Leslie Bernstein -- Genetic epidemiology of breast cancer / Mia M. Gaudet, Jennifer D. Brooks, Mark E. Robson, Jonine L. Bernstein -- Breast cancer screening / Anthony B. Miller -- Ovarian cancer / Nicolas Wentzensen, Britton Trabert, Joellen Schildkraut -- Endometrial cancer / Sara H. Olson, Elizabeth Jewell, Radhai M. Rastogi -- Cervical cancer: burden of disease and risk factors / Laia Bruni, Laia Alemany, Mireia Diaz, F. Xavier Bosch, Silvia de Sanjosé -- Vaccination and screening in cervical cancer control and prevention / Myriam Chevarie-Davis, Eduardo Franco -- Epidemiology of lung cancer in women / Anna H. Wu, Adeline Seow -- Colorectal cancer in women / Corinne E. Joshu, Edward Giovannucci, Elizabeth A. Platz -- The epidemiology of melanoma of the skin / Adèle C. Green, Catherine M. Olsen, Linda Titus -- Cancer prevention for women / Heather Patrick, Karen Glanz -- Gender and mood disorders / Ronald C. Kessler, Anne M. Gadermann -- Anxiety disorders in women / Kathleen Ries Merikangas, Marcy Burstein, Anja Schmitz -- Post-traumatic stress disorder / Soraya Seedat, Sharain Suliman -- Psychosis in women: gender differences in presentation, onset, course and outcome of schizophrenia / Jayashri Kulkarni, Emmy Gavrilidis -- Eating disorders / Cynthia M. Bulik, Sara E. Trace, Suzanne E. Mazzeo -- Addictive disorders / Eglacy C. Sophia, Monica L. Zilberman -- Chronic fatigue syndrome / Susan K. Johnson -- Fibromyalgia: a central sensitivity syndrome / Muhammad B. Yunus -- Epidemiology of headache in women: emphasis on migraine / Autumn M. Klein -- Irritable bowel syndrome / Natasha A. Koloski, Nicholas J. Talley -- Temporomandibular disorders / Linda Leresche, Mark Drangsholt -- Multiple chemical sensitivity / Iris R. Bell, Carol M. Baldwin -- Morbidity, disability, and mortality / Frances M. Yang, Suzanne G. Leveille -- Osteoarthritis and other musculo-skeletal diseases / Kelli D. Allen, Amanda E. Nelson -- Urinary and fecal incontinence in older women / Katharine K. O'Dell, Catherine E. DuBeau -- Hearing loss and aging / Frank R. Lin -- Visual impairment / Ellen E. Freeman, Emily W. Gower -- The impact of women's oral health on systemic health / Christine Haskin, Connie Mobley -- Cognitive functioning in aging women / Ira Driscoll, Mark A. Espeland, Kristine Yaffe -- The role of social support in the health and well-being of older adult widows / Toni L. Bisconti, C.S. Bergeman, Stacey B. Scott, Lindsay Pitzer -- Long-term care: the global impact on women / Karen K. Fredriksen-Goldsen, Robin P. Bonifas -- Caring for women at the end of life / Mary K. Buss, Ellen P. McCarthy -- Successful aging in women / Barbara Resnick -- Epilogue and future directions / Robert N. Hoover.
  • Judith Bellafaire and Mercedes Graf.
    In their efforts to utilize their medical skills and training in the service of their country, women physicians fought not one but two male-dominated professional hierarchies: the medical and the military establishments. In the process, they also contended with powerful social pressures and constraints. Throughout Women Doctors in War, authors Judith Bellafaire and Mercedes Graf focus on the medical careers, aspirations, and struggles of individual women, using personal stories to illustrate the unique professional and personal challenges female military physicians have faced. Military and medical historians and scholars in women's studies will discover a wealth of new information in this book.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Sophia Frangou, editor.
    Lynn E. DeLisi -- Judith Ford -- Ellen Frank -- Sheila Hollins -- Hilleke Hulshoff -- Eve C. Johnstone -- Shaila Misri -- Antonia New -- Mani Pavuluri -- Mary Phillips -- Natalie Rasgon -- Macella Rietschel -- Nina Schooler -- Patricia Suppes -- Carol Tamminga -- Danuta Wasserman -- The Pursuit of Happiness -- External Barriers: Societal Attitudes -- Internal Barriers -- Putting Yourself First -- Putting Yourself Forward -- Project Confidence -- Be Visible -- Be Memorable -- Be Connected -- Be Persistent.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Francesca Molfino, Flavia Zucco.

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