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  • Narrative in Health Careby John D Engel; Joseph Zarconi; Lura Pethtel; Sally Missimi

    CRC Press 2017; US$ 50.95

    Narrative medicine has developed an identity already. Clinicians of many disciplines are being summoned to a practice that recognizes patients by receiving their accounts of self. Starting from different positions, the four authors have converged in a strong and shared commitment to narrative health care. They conceptualize narrative health care practices... more...

  • Soul Mattersby Mabel Aghadiuno; Jas Kalsi

    CRC Press 2017; US$ 37.95

    In recent years, many have come to believe that Western medicine has lost contact with 'holistic' conceptions of health as encompassing physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual dimensions. 'Spiritual' may imply religious or faith-based values or experience, but also non-material factors such as an appreciation of natural beauty, art,... more...

  • Medical Humanities Companionby Martyn Evans; Rolf Ahlzen; Iona Heath; Jane MacNaughton

    CRC Press 2017; US$ 42.95

    The phrase 'medical humanities' has a currency that is wider than any agreement as to what it means, though those engaged in the field usually know what they are attempting. This volume examines the idea of 'symptom' as a route to understanding the structure of clinical practice. Actual symptoms are always experienced by real, actual individuals -... more...

  • Language and Clinical Communicationby John Skelton; Dominic Greenyer

    CRC Press 2017; US$ 37.95

    The search for a set of skills which can be identified and taught as 'good clinical communication' has been of considerable value in persuading decision makers at medical schools and other bodies that communication matters. These days, very large numbers of medical schools use what are essentially skills-based models, such as the extraordinarily thorough... more...

  • What Seems to be the Trouble?by Trisha Greenhalgh; Merrill Goozner

    CRC Press 2017; US$ 34.95

    This is published in association with the Nuffield Trust. There is a foreword By Sir Kenneth Calman Vice Chancellor, Durham University and former Chief Medical Officer. 'Excellent. [The book's] analytical and methodological approach is invaluable. It is a real privilege to listen to the stories of patients and their families, to hear details of personal... more...

  • Getting to Greatby Dennis D. Pointer; James E. Orlikoff

    Wiley 2002; US$ 75.00 US$ 67.50

    Dennis D. Pointer and James E. Orlikoff, two of the most experienced and highly regarded governance consultants in the country, have written a definitive guide for health care boards that want to maximize their performance and help their organizations reach full potential. Getting to Great presents a set of easily applied principles and best practices... more...

  • The Strategic Application of Information Technology in Health Care Organizationsby John P. Glaser

    Wiley 2004; US$ 80.00 US$ 72.00

    This thoroughly revised and updated second edition of The Strategic Application of Information Technology in Health Care Organizations offers health care executives and managers a balanced analysis of health care information systems. Written by John Glaser-a renowned expert in the field of health care information technology-this important resource... more...

  • From Management to Leadershipby Jo Manion

    Wiley 2005; US$ 68.00 US$ 61.20

    "I used to wonder why we have so many health care managers and so few health care leaders. If you are curious about the same thing--Jo Manion explains it all in this book." --Leland R. Kaiser, president, Kaiser Consulting "Today's challenging health care environment requires leadership qualities based on fundamental interpersonal competencies.... more...

  • Limiting Harm in Health Care: A Nursing Perspectiveby Frank Milligan; Kate Robinson

    Wiley 2008; US$ 152.99 US$ 137.69

    Limiting Harm in Health Care highlights the potential for unnecessary harm in health care practice. This harm is mostly unintentional, but it can result from many different aspects of medical treatment in a wide range of practice areas. Adverse events, events or omissions during clinical care resulting in physical or psychological injury, are increasingly... more...

  • Building standard-based nursing information systemsby Pan American Health Organization

    Pan American Health Organization 2001; US$ 24.00

    This book is directed to practicing and student nurses, health care professionals invloved in putting information systems in place, and information technology profesionals working in the health sector. Its objective is to provide these health workers with a basic source of facts on the use and implementation of standards in clinical and administrative... more...