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  • Elder, Andrew.
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    Mackey, Sean.
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    Friedrichsdorf, Stefan J.
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    Doniger, Stephanie J.
  • 2006 NEJM
    Setnik, Gary S.; Shaffer, Robert W.; Thomsen, Todd W.; White, Benjamin.
    N Engl J Med. 2006-11-09; 355(19):e21[video]
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    Dunn, Jeffrey.
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    Pelayo, Rafael.
  • AccessSurgery
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    Poston, Kathleen L.
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    Rutherford, George W.
  • Kocoshis, Samuel.
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    Healy, Gerald B.
  • Blom, Eric D.
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    Helman, Lee J.
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    Cahalan, Susannah; Gallentine, William B.; van Mater, Heather A.
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    Carlson, Robert W.; Luo, Albert; Venkatasubramanian, Chitra.
    Case presentation by Dr. Albert Luo with discussion by Dr. Chitra Venkat (neurological aspects) and Dr. Robert Carlson (oncological aspects).
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    Freeman, Harold P.
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    Rowe, John W.
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    Messner, Anna H.
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    Glaser, Nicole; Kuppermann, Nathan.
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    Norris, Robert L.
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    Mark, John D.
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    Bachrach, Laura K.
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    Miyake, Christina.
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    Blau, Alex.
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    Frankel, Lorry R.
  • Paradis, Josée.
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    Spooner, S. Andrew.
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    Solomon, Gina.
  • Shen, Tianjie.
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    Messner, Anna H.
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    Halamek, Louis P.
    Case study 1: Abdominal Pain (16-year-old pregnant girl with abdominal pain). Time: 5:10-30:08. Case study 2: Fever (3-week-old boy with decreased feeding and fever). Time: 30:09-42:57. Case study 3: Not Acting Right (12-day-old girl who is listless and will not take a bottle. Time: 42:58-54:12.
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    Kuppermann, Nathan.
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    Bass, Dorsey M.
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    Andrus, James.
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    Stolar, Charles J.H.
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    Grossman, Daniel B.
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    An-Grogan, Yuemi.
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    Kurland, Geoffrey.
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    Gajjar, Amar.
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    Elbers, Jorina.
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    Gharahbaghian, Laleh.
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    Kennedy, William A.
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    Maldonado, Yvonne.
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    Grossman, Daniel B.
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    Mueller, Claudia.
  • 2007 NEJM
    Anderson, JoDee; Braner, Dana A. V.; Edelman, Alison; Eman, Scott; Lai, Susanna; Tegtmeyer, Ken.
    N Engl J Med. 2007-06-28; 35(26):e26[video]
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    Wang, Nancy Ewen.
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    Verghese, A.
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    Fearon, William F.
  • AccessSurgery
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    Brooks, James D.
    History and natural history of prostate cancer -- Randomized trials and their fall out -- How to approach PSA and prostate cancer in contemporary practice.
  • 2014 ScienceDirect
    2011 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] David L. Reich, Gregory W. Fischer.
    Principles and the normal heart -- Getting started with echocardiography: the twenty standard views -- Principles and physics: principles of ultrasound -- Principles and physics: principles of Doppler ultrasound -- Principles and physics: equations to remember (the Bernoulli equation, velocity-time integrals, and the continuity equation) -- Principles and physics: transducer characteristics -- Principles and physics: imaging artifacts and pitfalls -- Normal anatomy and flow during the complete examination: components of the complete examination -- Normal anatomy and flow during the complete examination: epiaortic imaging -- Normal anatomy and flow during the complete examination: three-dimensional views: replicating the surgeon's view -- Normal anatomy and flow during the complete examination: extracardiac anatomy -- Quantitative and semiquantitative echocardiography: dimensions and flows -- Quantitative and semiquantitative echocardiography: ventricular and valvular physiology -- Understanding how transesophageal echocardiography demonstrates cardiovascular pathology -- Myocardial ischemia and aortic atherosclerosis -- Aortic valve anatomy and embryology -- Mitral valvular disease -- Tricuspid valvular disease -- Pulmonic valvular disease -- Cardiomyopathies -- Aneurysms and dissections -- Endocarditis -- Imaging of cardiac tumors and solid and gaseous materials -- Intracardiac devices, catheters, and cannulas -- Echocardiographic evaluation of pericardial disease -- Adult congenital heart disease -- Pulmonary hypertension -- Recent advances -- Maintaining quality of perioperative echocardiography -- Indications for transesophageal echocardiography -- Complications of transesophageal echocardiography -- Equipment, infection control, and safety -- Oversight and administration -- Training and certification for transesophageal echocardiography -- Medical insurance claims, compliance, and reimbursement for anesthesiology -- Regulatory, legal, and liability issues pertaining to transesophageal echocardiography.
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    Cooke, John P.
  • 2008 NEJM
    Hansen, Christopher J.; Ortega, Rafael A.; Peterson, Lauren; Sekhar, Pavan; Song, Michael.
    N Engl J Med. 2008-11-20; 359(21):e26[video]
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    So, Yuen T.
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    Goodis, Jamie.
  • Pouliot, Yannick.
    This two-part class is designed to provide enough understanding of the Perl programming language to biologists to be able to write simple Perl programs to handle common chores such as: 1. reformatting data files for input to an analysis program 2. creating, writing and reading Excel files 3. writing and reading from a database such as MS Access or other locally installed relational database, as well as from databases available on the Internet.
  • Anin Utigaard, MFT.
    Anin Utigaard masterfully teaches us to pay attention to all of the ways we communicate with children in therapy. Watch as she enters the child's world through her speech, body language and play, and carefully attends to the child's need to please. In this video, Utigaard connects with a little girl's shyness and fear of doing something wrong. Interacting with her through play and art, Utigaard builds safety and trust, and sparks the girl's sense of initiative. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Ms. Utigaard, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of this approach. Keywords: person-centered, shy, shyness, anxiety, child, children, young children, humanistic, rogerian, perfectionism, please, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Natalie Rogers, PhD.
    Natalie Rogers tells us that to experience empathy is to understand what a powerful experience it is. Combining the person-centered philosophy of her father and the expressive arts background from her mother, Rogers uses artwork to allow her clients to go beyond words, and provides an environment that allows each individual to tap into his or her inner resources and full potential. In this video, Rogers works with a client who feels torn between her responsibilities as a stay at home mother and her desire for independence. Rogers helps her to express this conflict through drawing, allowing the client to begin exploring what she wants out of her life and who she wants to become. Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos introduce Rogers and facilitate a discussion on the approach. Keywords: Natalie Rogers, Rogers, person-centered, person centered, centred, expressive, arts, expressive arts, art therapy, Rogerian, stay-at-home, homemaker, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Szefler, S. J.
  • Ketter, Terence A.
  • Fineberg, Harvey V.
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    Altman, Russ B.
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    Harter.
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    Steven D. Waldman.
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    Skeff, Kelley M.
  • 2014 NEJM
    Elliott, Elizabeth C.; McCay, Amy S.; Walden, Marlene.
    N Engl J Med. 2014-03-13; 370:e17[video]
    "Vascular access is an important component of the care of the sick or preterm neonate, providing life-sustaining parenteral nutrition and medications. Medical practitioners caring for neonates should be well versed in the skill of neonatal PICC placement and catheter care."
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    Kaptchuk, Ted J.
  • 2008 NEJM
    Collins, Adam B.; Lai, Jasmine; Tabas, Jeffrey A.; Tsui, Janet Y.; White, Douglas W.
    N Engl J Med. 2008-06-26; 358(26):e30[video]
  • 2006 NEJM
    Brady, Glenn; Braner, Dana; Hodo, Richard; Lai, Susanna; Tegtmeyer, Ken.
    N Engl J Med. 2006-04-13; 354(15):e13[video]
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    Mahadevan, Swaminatha V.
    Discussion of 10 cases using plain film images as the primary diagnostic tool.
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    Sternbach, George L.
  • v.1-6, 2013 ClinicalKey
    editor in chief, Peter C. Neligan ; volume editor, Richard J. Warren ; video editor, Allen L. van Beek.
    Fully updated to meet the demands of the 21st-century surgeon, this title provides you with all the most current knowledge and techniques across your entire field, allowing you to offer every patient the best possible outcome. Edited by Drs. Mathes and Hentz in its last edition, this six-volume plastic surgery reference now features new expert leadership, a new organization, new online features, and a vast collection of new information - delivering all the state-of-the-art know-how you need to overcome any challenge you may face. Renowned authorities provide evidence-based guidance to help you make the best clinical decisions, get the best results from each procedure, avoid complications, and exceed your patients' expectations.
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    Nugent, Diane.
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    Kussin, Peter S.
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    Nilam J. Soni, Robert Arntfield, Pierre Daniel Kory.
    With portable, hand-carried ultrasound devices being more frequently implemented in medicine today, Point-of-Care Ultrasound will be a welcome resource for any physician or health care practitioner looking to further their knowledge and skills in point-of-care ultrasound. This comprehensive, portable handbook offers an easy-access format that combines electronic content and peer-reviewed videos to provide comprehensive, non-specialty-specific guidance on this ever-evolving technology. Access all the facts with focused chapters covering a diverse range of topics, as well as case-based examples that include ultrasound scans and videos.Understand the pearls and pitfalls of point-of-care ultrasound through contributions from experts at more than 30 institutions. View techniques more clearly than ever before. Illustrations and photos include transducer position, cross-sectional anatomy, ultrasound cross sections, and ultrasound images.Watch more than 200 ultrasound videos from real-life patients that demonstrate key findings. Available at Expert Consult, these videos are complemented by anatomical illustrations and text descriptions to maximize learning.
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    Beraud, Anne-Sophie; Kugler, John.
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    Batniji, Rajaie S.
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    Braddock, Clarence H.; POM students Spring 2005.
    Mosaic analysis with double markers (MADM) in mice / Mandar Muzumdar -- Creating a program for the redistribution of unused medications / Josemaria Paterno, et al. -- Educational program on correctional health / Sahar Rooholamini, et al. -- Durable engraftment of purified allogenic hematapoietic stem cells following non-myeloablative conditioning / Mary-Elizabeth Muchmore.
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    Fisher, Paul G.
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    Bustamante, Carlos.
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    Cullen, Mark R.
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  • 2007 NEJM
    Hafez, Dina H.; Mehio, Abdel K.; Ortega, Rafael A.; Woo, Albert.
    N Engl J Med. 2007-07-26; 357(4):e4[video]
  • Martin Seligman, PhD.
    In this landmark interview by Randall C. Wyatt, Seligman emphasizes that happiness is not just the absence of disorder, as "psychology as usual" might contend. Rather, happiness derives from an execution of our signature strengths. Seligman demonstrates a new set of rigorously tested interventions that lastingly increase happiness while decreasing depression. Dr. Seligman discusses his predecessors Maslow, Rogers, and Beck, what he took from them, and what he changed. He proposes new questions like, "What was the best experience you ever had?" And he explains how easy, enormously fun and important techniques can be grafted on to therapy with all clients to help them live a more engaged, meaningful, and thus happier life. After watching this lively, personally revealing conversation, you'll be eager to apply these innovative ideas to your psychotherapy practice! Keywords: positive, psychology, Martin, Seligman, mindfulness, APA, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Pompei, Peter.
  • Rameau, Anaïs; Williams, Ryan.
    Three projects in the humanities of medicine / Anaïs Rameau -- Evaluation of facial nerve, functional recovery in crush Injury [begins 00:24:16] / Ryan Williams.
  • Ginn, Stuart D.; Shahangian, Arash.
    Research update / Stuart Ginn -- Post-research presentation / Arash Shahangian.
  • Amoils, Misha; Calloway, Hollin.
    3D renderings of temporal bone simulator dissections for artistic visualization and education-- research and development [28 min.] / Hollin Calloway -- Post research presentation [21 min.] / Misha Amoils.
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    Tom Gocke.
  • Susan Heitler, PhD, Abigail Hirsch, PhD.
    Couples often enter therapy feeling stuck in perpetual conflict. Lacking the skills to discuss their underlying concerns around a given topic, partners can quickly become stalled in defensiveness, resistance, and resentment. In this video, Susan Heitler and Abigail Hirsch, founders of the "Power of 2" approach to couples therapy, demonstrate how four refreshing communication tools can turn frustrating arguments into a creative decision-making process that satisfies both partners. Dan and Sam have a 10-year marriage and two children; Tim and Terry have been engaged for six months. Even seemingly innocuous conversations--like where to spend a vacation or what to do for dinner--are fraught with perplexing traps that increase tension and shut down dialogue. Both couples have come to the Power of 2 workshop to understand how to engage in a way that dissolves, rather than reinforces, relational conflict. Through a series of structured yet lively exercises, Hirsch helps the couples uncover their reactive responses and establish the safety needed to raise sensitive issues. Over the course of the workshop, the couples learn to state their needs directly, listen receptively, keep the conversation moving forward, and collaborate effectively on joint decisions. They end the day impressed, energized, and more hopeful than they thought was possible. This video is a must for therapists looking to expand their couples therapy repertoire as well as for those interested in running workshops for couples. Keywords: marriage skills, workshop, Susan Heitler, Abigail Hirsch, power of 2, win-win waltz, couples therapy, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Eugene G. McNally.
    Shoulder: Anatomy and Techniques -- Shoulder 1: Supraspinatus Tendon -- Shoulder 2: The SASD Bursa, Rotator Interval and Other Rotator Cuff Tendons -- Shoulder 3: Beyond the Rotator Cuff -- Arm and Elbow Joint: Anatomy and Techniques -- Disorders of the Elbow: Lateral -- Disorders of the Elbow: Medial -- Disorders of the Elbow: Anterior -- Disorders of the Elbow: Posterior -- Forearm and Wrist Joint: Anatomy and Techniques -- Disorders of the Wrist: Radial -- Disorders of the Wrist: Ulnar Side -- Disorders of the Wrist: Miscellaneous -- Finger Anatomy and Techniques -- Disorders of the Fingers and Hand -- Hip Joint and Thigh: Anatomy and Techniques -- Disorders of the Groin and Hip: Groin Pain -- Disorders of the Groin and Hip: Anterior -- Disorders of the Groin and Hip: Lateral and Posterior -- Disorders of the Groin and Hip: Paediatric Hip -- Knee Joint and Calf: Anatomy and Techniques -- Knee Pat hology -- Ankle Joint and Forefoot: Anatomy and Techniques -- Disorders of the Ankle and Foot: Posterior -- Disorders of the Ankle and Foot: Anterior -- Disorders of the Ankle and Foot: Lateral -- Disorders of the Ankle and Foot: Medial -- Disorders of the Ankle and Foot: Forefoot -- Musculoskeletal Intervention: General Principles -- Specific Intervention Techniques -- Ultrasound of Soft Tissue Masses -- Ultrasound Imaging of Joint Disease -- Ultrasound of Muscle Injury.
  • Baird, Brandon; Schoppy, David.
    Immune checkpoint blockade in HNSCC / David Schoppy -- Pre-Research Talk / Brandon Baird.
  • Rudy, Shannon; Schoppy, David.
    Contents: -- Pre-Research talk: 1. Effectiveness of nasal corticosteroids versus placebo in nasal obstruction (RCT); 2. Clinical characteristics of laryngeal amyloidosis / Shannon Rudy -- Q.I. project: / [Tracheostomy] / David Schoppy.
  • Baird, Brandon; Chen, Michelle; Kiyosaki, Krista; Noel, Julia.
    Contents: -- Q.I. project: Wikiconsult / Krista Kiyosaki -- Q.I. project: Cost of portable laryngoscopy for in-patient consultation / Brandon Baird -- Pre-Research talk: [Sex-associated variation in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma] / Michelle Chen -- Q.I. project: Tracking post tonsillectomy outcomes / Julia Noel.
  • Kiyosaki, Krista; Noel, Julia.
    Small projects, big data / Krista Kiyosaki -- Role of perioperative systemic steroids in patients with CRSsNP / Julia Noel.
  • Meiklejohn, Duncan; Zambricki, Elizabeth A.
    Reinventing the Tracheostomy / Elizabeth Zambricki -- Quality Improvement Project: A Standardized Bedside Surgical Airway Form / Duncan Meiklejohn.
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    Druzin, Maurice L.
  • Ioannidis, John P. A.
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    LaFayette, Richard A.
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    Peiris, Vasum.
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    Neumark-Sztainer, Dianne.
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    Robinson, Thomas N.
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    Newman, John.
  • 2016 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Ming-Huei Cheng, David W. Chang, Ketan M. Patel.
  • 2017 ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Meir Kryger, Thomas Roth.
  • 2015 ClinicalKey
    Stuart J. Hutchison, MD, FRCP(C), FACC, FAHA, FSCCT, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Departments of Cardiac Sciences, Medicine, and Radiology, University of Calgary, Director of Echocardiography, Foothills Medicine Centre and Libin Cardiovascular Institute, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Naeem Merchant, MD, FRCP(C), Clinical Professor of Medicine, Departments of Cardiac Services, Medicine, and Radiology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  • 2014 ClinicalKey
    Steven E. Weinberger, Barbara A. Cockrill, Jess Mandel.
    Principles of Pulmonary Medicine helps you master the foundations of pulmonary medicine without being overwhelmed! This concise, easy-to-read medical reference book correlates basic science principles with the radiologic, pathologic, and clinical aspects of respiratory disease to provide an integrated, accessible approach to the study of pulmonary medicine. Focus on the clinical aspects and treatment of specific pulmonary and respiratory diseases, and understand the anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology relevant to major pulmonary disorders.Apply the material to real-life practice with case-based pulmonology questions covering topics including pulmonary function tests, physiologic data, and results of arterial blood gas testing.
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    Hillman, Tyler; LaFayette, Richard A.; Weyand, Cornelia M.
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    Braddock, Clarence H.
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    Kassel, Misha.
  • 2014 NEJM
    Green, Steven M.; Krauss, Baruch; Krauss, Benjamin A.
    N Engl J Med. 2014-04-10; 370:e23[video]
    "Pediatric procedural sedation and analgesia is a multidisciplinary technique that is used to manage procedural anxiety and pain. It is effective and generally safe when performed by appropriately trained practitioners. The ultimate goal of procedural sedation is to provide a painless, nontraumatic experience for children who are undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures."
  • Procedures Consult is an online multimedia resource that helps physicians, medical residents and students learn, perform and test their knowledge of the most frequent medical procedures. The site currently contains "high quality video, text and illustrations for medical procedures, highlights of patient safety guidelines, and includes indications, contraindications, anatomy, and equipment"--Publisher's website.
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    Link, Michael P.
  • Bonow, Robert O.
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    Buckingham, Bruce.
  • McKenna, Michael J.
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    Stevens, David A.
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    Ceresnak, Scott.
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    Carleton, Bruce.
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    Ottolini, Mary.
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    Ozdalga, Errol.
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    Altman, Drew E.
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    Peters-Golden, Marc.
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    Gerberding, Julie.
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    Stein, Harise.
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    Redlener, Irwin.
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    Imler, Dan.
  • Otto Kernberg, MD.
    Prepare to be awed by a master in action with this comprehensive video featuring the venerable psychotherapist Otto Kernberg. Watch this leading figure demonstrate Transference-Focused Therapy (TFP), a highly interactive approach to assessing and working with severe personality disorders--hardly the passive, blank-slate psychotherapy of yesteryear that you might expect. Indeed, you'll be fascinated by Kernberg's authenticity and deft handling of a client who presents a range of clinical and relational challenges. Alfred, a 40-year-old night receptionist, has recently suffered an abrupt breakup with his girlfriend of four years. Despondent, he suspects that her therapists have influenced her to leave him--and wonders if Kernberg might be against him, too. In a style that manages to be both respectful and confrontational, Kernberg skillfully uncovers the details of Alfred's story, including his heavy drinking and violent behavior, and presents interpretations that give him a clearer picture of his predicament. Leveraging Alfred's paranoid transference, Kernberg manages to strengthen the therapeutic alliance and gain commitment to ongoing treatment. You'll find a demonstration of TFP assessment and technique here, with plenty of commentary along the way to highlight Kernberg's objectives. This video presents three full sessions, giving you a wealth of material and a rare opportunity to learn from one of the leading figures in modern psychoanalytic theory and practice. This video is part of the series Three Approaches to Personality Disorders. You can expand your knowledge and skills even further by watching two other masters--DBT pioneer Marsha Linehan and cognitive therapist Art Freeman--work with the same compelling client. A classic in the making, this video is a must for therapists looking to understand more about transference dynamics, present-moment tracking, assessment of borderline and other personality disorders, and adopting the objective stance that creates safety and self-awareness. Note: This video is part of a series, Three Approaches to Personality Disorders, in which two other masters--DBT pioneer Marsha Linehan and cognitive therapist Art Freeman--work with the same client. Watch Linehan do Dialectical Behavior Therapy with Alfred, and later this year, see Art Freeman doing cognitive behavior therapy with him. Keywords: Otto Kernberg, psychoanalytic, transference-focused psychotherapy, tfp, Alfred, paranoid personality disorder, borderline personality, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Otto Kernberg, MD.
    Working with severe personality disorders is perhaps the most challenging task clinicians face. And while the psychoanalytic literature offers profound insights on this topic, it also can be quite daunting to many therapists. In this interview, Kernberg first lays out the core principle of Object Relations theory, and his concept of the 'borderline personality organization', characterized by identity diffusion, that underlies severe personality disorders. He walks viewers through the Structured Interview for Personality Organization, giving therapists the opportunity to learn a highly effective and pragmatic way to begin treatment by assessing whether patients suffer from an underlying personality disorder. Kernberg goes on to describe his detailed, manualized, psychoanalytic treatment protocol, explaining the four core treatment techniques: interpretation, transference analysis, technical neutrality, and counter-transference analysis. Weaving in examples of his own challenging cases, such as an enraged patient who brought in scissors to session and cut up all of his plants, Kernberg serves as a guide for therapists who want support in understanding and managing the dynamics of the oftentimes difficult therapeutic relationship with severely disturbed patients. He discusses how to set limits with chronically suicidal patients, how to work with aggression and violence, how to deal with countertransference reactions, and the essentiality of collegial support. Keywords: narcissistic, borderline, diffuse identity, analytical, analysis, psychoanalysis, transference, countertransference, antisocial, personality, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Zerka Moreno, TEP.
    Psychodrama in Action shows Zerka masterfully conducting an actual psychodrama session with a group of experienced psychodrama practitioners. The protagonist Frank has been having great difficulty completing his doctoral thesis on psychodrama. Zerka directs him in several powerful scenes, including role reversals with his thesis as well as with his grandfather. Interspersed throughout is voiceover commentary from Zerka explaining her thoughts and rationale for her interventions. This video is certain to become a classic in the field for years to come. Keywords: Zerka, Moreno, psychodrama, videos, Jacob Levy, drama therapy, Group, groups, grad school, dissertation, anxiety, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Jacob Moreno.
    This movie takes place in a mental hospital in California; it was produced in the 1960's when Moreno was touring the state. Originally made by Moreno and a group of patients, the production was entirely unrehearsed, and was broadcast via closed circuit television to several thousands of patients in the various wards of the hospital! The problem addressed was: "Are these patients ready for discharge?" Moreno used different approaches, especially the future projection technique, to explore this issue. It has the character of a "psychodramatic exit test," sprinkled with astute observations by Dr. Moreno. Zerka Moreno, his wife and collaborator, joins this production playing different auxiliary roles. Keywords: Moreno, psychodrama, drama, therapy, sociometry, Jacob, Zerka, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Jacob Moreno.
    This movie was shot in Paris during the First International Congress of Psychodrama. It was produced by Radio and Television Center of France in September, 1964. The opening scene takes place at the Faculte de Medecine at the Sorbonne. Moreno greets the audience, goes into a short warm-up, and ends up working with a married couple, Paul and Michelle. Viewers have the opportunity to witness a psychodrama with two protagonists. Michelle is an old Parisienne, and Paul an unhappy American living in France because of his marriage. Moreno uses psychodramatic techniques to lead the couple into an exploration of their conflicts. Keywords: Moreno, psychodrama, drama, therapy, sociometry, Jacob, Zerka, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Jacob Moreno.
    Based on an actual couple treated by Moreno in 1939 in the Therapeutic Theater of Beacon, this movie is a dramatized version of the case, yet includes many variations from the original script. It was intended for an audience of couples and marital therapists, to facilitate a greater understanding of Moreno's theory and techniques, and to stimulate further discussion. This movie still raises fundamental questions today about the process of therapy with couples, the objectives of psychodrama when dealing with marital conflicts, and the role of the director in such situations. Keywords: Moreno, psychodrama, drama, therapy, sociometry, Jacob, Zerka, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Zerka Moreno, TEP.
    Psychodrama, Sociometry and Beyond is an extended interview by a panel of experienced psychodrama practitioners. Zerka delves further into sociometry, using psychodrama in other cultures, and more. Comes with a bonus track of a full-length interview by Victor Yalom, PhD. Keywords: Zerka, Moreno, psychodrama, action, sociometry, interview, discussion, sociodrama, Jacob, J.L., auxiliary, ego, protagonist, double, role-revearsal, techniques, theory, demonstration, continuing education, gr, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Tobi Klein, MSW, MFT.
    Ready to bring more vitality into your sessions? Psychodrama offers a wide array of action-oriented techniques that help clients get out of their heads and into their bodies, moving beyond what is possible in traditional talk therapy. This video offers a thorough introduction to the key concepts and methodology of psychodrama, and will prove useful not only for those who facilitate actual psychodramas, but also for more traditional therapists seeking tools and techniques to engage clients in new ways. Calling on teachings from psychodrama's founder, J.L. Moreno, master psychodramatist Tobi Klein offers an enriching learning experience by directing three live psychodramas while simultaneously teaching viewers the how-to's. Her demonstrations and explanations highlight how compelling, cathartic, and effective this approach can be. By watching this video, you will: learn how to direct psychodramas that allow clients to have corrective emotional experiences and see their conflicts in a new light; understand the three stages and five personae core to Klein's approach; identify several key psychodrama techniques, such as doubling and role-reversal. Keywords: psychodrama, Tobi Klein, Moreno, group, drama, tools, techniques, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Steven Hayes, PhD.
    Incorporating concepts from the previous 5 videos in this series, ACT founder Steven Hayes demonstrates how to integrate various ACT processes into actual treatment scenarios. We first meet a mother having trouble letting go of her adult children. In session with a gentle and caring ACT therapist, she comes to some realizations about her own values and sees new ways to move forward. Then Maggie, an ACT therapist, is the client in a session conducted in a "fishbowl." Utilizing a brief-therapy model of ACT, master ACT clinician Kirk Strosahl helps Maggie come to terms with her difficult relationship with her brother. Hayes then conducts a compelling session with a man diagnosed with OCD. Beginning with a detailed explanation of how exposure is integrated into ACT, Hayes carefully guides the client through the exposure, keeping him open to his own experience rather than letting him shut down. You won't want to miss this final installment in the series, as it beautifully ties together the components of the ACT model for use in a variety of contexts by therapists of every orientation. Keywords: ACT, acceptance and commitment therapy, psychological flexibility, Steven Hayes, OCD, act in action series, values, exposure, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Kenneth V. Hardy, PhD.
    As internationally acclaimed family therapist and educator Kenneth V. Hardy observes in this compelling video, slavery remains a "contemporary ghost" that shapes African Americans' self-image, their relationships to one another and their relationships with White Americans. Behind a backdrop of powerful historical and contemporary imagery, Hardy clearly demonstrates the importance of recognizing and openly addressing the past, and lays the groundwork for genuine dialogue, understanding, and healing in clinical environments, classrooms, and other settings. This video is a catalyst for discussion, a tool for beginning to move toward a more promising future by honestly confronting this deeply significant and painful aspect of our collective past. Keywords: Thomas, Hardy, psychological, residuals, psychology, slavery, slaves, slave, Black, African-American, white, culture, cultural, competency, diversity, clinical, training, social worker, psychotherapist, psychologist, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Frank Ochberg, MD.
    How does PTSD look from the inside, and how is it treated? In this unique training video, we find out firsthand from Terry, a Vietnam vet who witnessed his friend's brutal death in combat. We then follow his post-combat life: the struggle of living with PTSD for 40 years, and finally getting his life back with the help of renowned PTSD expert Dr. Frank Ochberg. Through revealing personal interviews, commentary, and actual therapy sessions between Terry and Dr. Ochberg, this comprehensive video documents Terry's two-year-long therapeutic process of healing from chronic PTSD. Terry's courage in sharing the intimate details of his thoughts, feelings, and behaviors through his struggle brings a rare depth and insight to Ochberg's step-by-step explanations and demonstrations of PTSD-specific techniques and strategies. Trauma has become an ever more common life experience, and knowing how to treat someone with PTSD should be a part of every therapist's repertoire. This video offers a unique window into both the great suffering that PTSD can create in our clients, and the journey toward reclaiming the richness and meaning in their lives. Keywords: trauma, veteran, veterans, military, war, violence, violent, chronic, PTSD, murder, psychoeducational, psychoeducation, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ron Scott, PhD (Series Producer).
    Lesbians, gay, and bisexual people of color must manage conflicting allegiances with divergent social worlds including their ethnic culture, the majority culture and the gay/bisexual community. This program highlights personal accounts by GLB individuals from diverse ethnic groups, as well as commentary by Dr. Beverly Greene and other distinguished experts. The final segment shows a reenactment of a compelling cross-cultural therapy session by Dr. Christine Padesky with a Korean lesbian client. Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, LGBT, homosexual, minority, diversity, diverse, sexual minority, people of color, gays, homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ron Scott, PhD (Series Producer).
    The history of mental health practice with gay, lesbian and bisexual people is both complex and constantly evolving. This introductory program to the series focuses on some of the most important historical developments from ancient times to the present, including: Early attempts to pathologize and change homosexuality. The influences that led to the depathologizing of homosexuality. The contemporary bias in psychotherapy, illustrated by a poignant account of therapy abuse by Robert Gentry, the nation's first openly gay mayor. "Conversion therapies" to repathologize homosexuality and modern attempts to change sexual orientation. Recent affirmative mental health approaches. The current APA guidelines for working with GLB clients. Real testimony of affirmative psychotherapy from a client after years of negative therapy experiences. Archival film clips and interviews with the experts are used throughout to illustrate this history of treatment approaches and mental health attitudes towards the GLB community. Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, clients, historical, perspectives, coming, out, family, couples, relationships, culture, cultural, diversity, adolescents, youth, psychotherapist, counselor, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ron Scott, PhD (Series Producer).
    Gay, lesbian, and bisexual people utilize mental health services at a rate considerably higher than heterosexuals, and over 95 percent of psychotherapists treat GLB clients in their practice. This program focuses on some of the most salient assessment and treatment issues that clinicians should know. This video will teach you about: The effectiveness of cognitive therapy with this population. Implications of internalized homophobia and the importance of hypothesis testing in therapy. Assessment of presenting problems and stages of identity development for GLB clients. Heterosexist bias in diagnosis of several DSM-IV-TR disorders. In the last half of the program you'll see an extraordinary simulation of two therapy sessions by Dr. Christine Padesky with "Greg" on his coming out issues, as well as descriptions of the therapy process and techniques being demonstrated. This award-winning segment, highly rated by graduate school classes, is an outstanding training demonstration for both students and experienced psychotherapists. Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, clients, historical, perspectives, coming, out, family, couples, relationships, culture, cultural, diversity, adolescents, youth, psychotherapist, counselor, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ron Scott, PhD (Series Producer).
    Until recently, the couples and family therapy literature has ignored same-sex families and few clinicians have had training in this area. In this groundbreaking program, you will see: Dr. Robert Jay Green, an innovative researcher and clinician, emphasizes key issues and new approaches in providing mental health services to GLB couples, including relational ambiguity, sexual exclusivity, and development of social support networks. Dr. Armand Cerbone joins Dr. Green in a discussion of how internalized homophobia affects relationships. Dr. Richard Rodriguez discusses the importance of families of choice for GLB couples. Dr. Isaiah Crawford, a leading scholar on same-sex parenting, summarizes research-based characteristics of GLB family constellations, as well as provide very helpful suggestions on how therapists can provide support to GLB families. Throughout this program interview clips from same-sex couples, parents and their children are used to illustrate and personalize the important material covered by the expert presenters. This video program will enhance your understanding of GLB relationships and families, allowing you to be more effective in conducting individual and couples therapy with this population. Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, sexual, sexuality, homo, homosexuality, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ron Scott, PhD (Series Producer).
    This video combines the latest research and effective treatment approaches by such experts as Dr. Ritch Savin-Williams, Dr. Karla Anhalt and Teresa DeCrescenzo, and includes vital information for working with this special population. Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, clients, historical, perspectives, coming, out, family, couples, relationships, culture, cultural, diversity, adolescents, youth, psychotherapist, counselor, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ron Scott, PhD (Series Producer).
    The emerging body of scientific evidence over the past 30 years suggests a new paradigm of sexual orientation that is multidimensional, sometimes fluid, and highly individual, allowing for a greater validation of bisexuality. In this program you'll see three bisexual individuals, Greg, Susannah, and Skott, share their insightful personal journeys. Dr. Fritz Klein uses his famous grid to demonstrate the multivariable and fluid nature of sexual orientation. Dr. Sari Dworkin presents various definitions, models, and types of bisexuality, as well as the developmental challenges of bisexual identity and the bisexual coming out process. Dr. Ron Fox profiles who bisexuals are using data from his largest-to-date demographic study. Dr. Mary Bradford joins Dr. Fox in educating therapists on how to provide more effective and affirming mental health services to bisexual women and bisexual men. Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, clients, historical, perspectives, coming, out, family, couples, relationships, culture, cultural, diversity, adolescents, youth, psychotherapist, counselor, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ron Scott, PhD (Series Producer).
    This program features three diverse personal coming out stories: A young African American woman who was institutionalized when she told her parents; a retired professional Latino man who came out to his wife and children later in life; and an affirming mother who shares the process her family went through when her teenage son came out to them. Commentary is provided by Dr. Eli Coleman, Dr. Sari Dworkin, and Dr. Ritch Savin-Williams, noted experts and researchers in the field. Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, clients, historical, perspectives, coming, out, family, couples, relationships, culture, cultural, diversity, adolescents, youth, psychotherapist, counselor, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Gerald Koocher, PhD.
    Many therapists feel overwhelmed with the prospect of helping children cope with physical illness. Learn from expert in the field Gerald Koocher as his warm relational stance and play therapy techniques allow children to share their experiences regarding their illnesses. In this video, watch as he maintains a developmental focus to build rapport with the young girl, and tests various hypotheses in an effort to identify the source of her emotional suffering. Afterwards, Dr. Koocher meets with the mother to develop a plan to address some of her child's symptoms. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Dr. Koocher, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of this approach. Keywords: medically, ill, children, child, parent, parents, medical, experts, Gerald, Koocher, therapist, psychotherapist, social, worker, psychologist, continuing education, course, order, purchase, online, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Erving Polster, PhD.
    Polster summarizes his approach: "Obvious therapeutic techniques will alienate him. Instead I'll try to stay in close contact with him, more like a savvy uncle than a therapist, meeting and matching him with sarcasm, humor, confrontation, and common sense. Everything I say will be as close to the truth and responsive to our interchanges as possible." In numerous vignettes over the course of treatment, we watch Polster continuously engage Gerald in here-and-now interactions, matching wits, joining him with humor, and challenging his defenses with a delicate balance of confrontation and empathy. Erving and Miriam Polster provide illuminating commentary, sharing with the viewers mature wisdom garnered from a lifetime of practicing therapy and training thousands of therapists. It is hard to imagine any therapist who will not benefit from the viewing of this video. Keywords: Polster, Erving, Miriam, gestalt, humanistic, unmotivated, video, videos, difficult client, difficult clients, resistant client, resistant clients, difficult patient, difficult patients, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Frank Ochberg, MD.
    How do we help veterans who are returning from war with PTSD? Dr. Frank Ochberg, a leading authority on PTSD, shares his experiences, seasoned insights and suggestions in this intimate conversation with reporter Mike Walters. Mental health practitioners treat a variety of clients coping with trauma. Dr. Ochberg points out that we can draw on these experiences to treat veterans returning from war, as he shares his insights regarding common symptoms to look out for and the importance of building trust and other aspects of the patient-therapist relationship. He then explains techniques he has developed that help his clients work through the trauma and adapt to civilian life. Ultimately, Dr. Ochberg delivers a message of hope: although the damaging impact of PTSD is severe, it remains completely treatable by those who are up to the challenge, and it is a privilege for all therapists to work with these brave men and women. Keywords: PTSD, post, traumatic, stress, disorder, trauma, veterans, veteran, vet, war, combat, return, treatment, Frank, Ochberg, Mike, Walters, video, videos, online, gift, from, within, diagnosis, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Frank Ochberg, MD.
    Helping children who experience PTSD as a result of a one-time act of violence or trauma can be unsettling for many health professionals, counselors, school personnel or caretakers. This video presents information on the symptoms of PTSD in children and the various stages of treatment for children faced with stress disorder. It gently emphasizes the spiritual aspect of coping strategies and offers sound advice on short-term, long-term and psychopharmacological therapy and the extenuating circumstances of treating PTSD in inner city children. Five noted PTSD specialists who include Frank Ochberg, Carl Bell, Kathleen Nader, Erwin Parson and Angie Panos present the most current information on the study of PTSD in children and its relevance in our communities. This video is an excellent teaching tool for all individuals whose lives are dedicated to the resolution of traumatic experience. Specifically, therapists, social workers, school personnel, health professionals, and all members of community "critical incident" teams would benefit from viewing this presentation. Keywords: PTSD, trauma, child, stress, abuse, violence, violent, children, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Loscalzo, Joseph.
  • 2013 NEJM
    Kelly, Christopher R.; Rabbani, LeRoy E.
    N Engl J Med. 2013-12-19; 369:e35[video]
    "Pulmonary-artery catheterization can be safely performed at the bedside and yields a wealth of hemodynamic data. Although recent studies indicate that this procedure should not be performed routinely in critically ill patients, it remains invaluable in the diagnosis and management of a wide range of cardiovascular illnesses. Because fatal complications can occur, however, the procedure should be performed only when its results are expected to aid clinical management."
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    Mohabir, Paul.
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    Archer, Stephen L.
  • 2011 NEJM
    Elterman, Kelly; Hansen, Christopher J.; Ortega, Rafael A.; Woo, Albert.
    N Engl J Med. 2011-04-21; 364(16):e33[video]
    This procedure video demonstrates how to use pulse oximetry and how to interpret the information it provides.
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    Rubin, Amir Dan.
  • 2015 NEJM
    Bhadelia, Nahid; Cyr, Kyle; Gotzmann, Dahlia; McMahon, Maureen; Obanor, Osamede; Ortega, Rafael A.; Yu, Priscilla.
    N Engl J Med. 2015-03-19; 372:e16[video]
    "PPE is available to minimize the potential harm from exposure to pathogens such as the Ebola virus. When PPE is worn, removed, and discarded properly, it is effective in protecting the person wearing it and the patients and health care workers with whom that person comes into contact."
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