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60 Days Self Care Checklist

Author : Alaa Ak Karar
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challenge yourself in -à days to build a new and healthy life style, by simply check your daily habits

You Can Have An Amazing Life In Just 60 Days

Author : Dr. John F. Demartini
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In this book you’ll find 60 inspiring laws that show you how to live an amazing life. It is essentially a guidebook designed to take you through a powerful 60-day process of creating a new life. During the 60 days that you spend with this book, you’ll receive messages and visions, and you’ll find yourself thinking of ways to fulfill your destiny. This special book is for those who would truly love to live a free and amazing life, for those who fell inspired or called from within to be someone extraordinary, or do and have something astonishing.

Health Care for an Aging Society

Author : David Haber
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First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Naval Military Personnel Manual

Author : United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel
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The Early Childhood Inclusive Education Checklist

Author : Jacqueline Thousand
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The research is clear: early childhood inclusive education settings provide higher quality learning experiences and result in greater growth in the cognitive and social domains than disability-only settings for young children eligible for special education services. Positive outcomes cut across the range of disability categories, varying intensity of support needs, and types of inclusive early childhood education and care settings. In The Early Childhood Inclusive Education Checklist: A Self-Assessment of Best Practices, co-authors Jacqueline Thousand and Richard Villa, who have spent over four decades advocating for and supporting school communities to initiate, implement, and sustain inclusive education best practices, synthesize their experience and extensive research to provide educators with an insightful and practical tool for implementing, assessing, and optimizing inclusive education. The book provides 13 early childhood inclusive education best practices, which represent a checklist of essential components (or indicators) of quality early childhood inclusive education. To determine current level of implementation of best practices, readers are instructed to rate the degree to which each indicator occurs in their school. Directions are provided on how to calculate and interpret the total score, mean score, and range of scores. Each of the best practices interrelate and build upon one another to achieve the overarching goals of access, participation, supports, and success for all young children. The data derived from using the checklists can be used to plan for continuous program improvement. By sharing the information in this book and conducting self-assessments related to the best practices described in its chapters, home, school, and community partners will establish common conceptual frameworks, knowledge, and skills among the stakeholders that lead to increased opportunities for young children to flourish in inclusive environments.

The Role of Family Physicians in Older People Care

Author : Jacopo Demurtas
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This book provides family doctors with a wealth of evidence-based indications and tips regarding geriatric medicine and approaches for the management of older patients, to be applied in daily practice. After discussing old and new features of healthy ageing and the approaches required in Family Medicine Consultation, the text introduces key elements of geriatric medicine such as frailty, sarcopenia, and the comprehensive geriatric assessment (CGA), before describing a range of characteristics unique to older patients in different contexts, with a dedicated section on Palliative Care. The role of polypharmacy and the importance of quaternary prevention and deprescribing are also addressed. Finally, the book emphasizes both the importance of a humanistic approach in caring and the approach of research and meta-research in geriatrics. Though many texts explore the role of primary care professionals in geriatric medicine, the role of family doctors in older people care has not yet been clearly addressed, despite the growing burden of ageing, which has been dubbed the “silver tsunami.” Family physicians care for individuals in the context of their family, community, and culture, respecting the autonomy of their patients. In negotiating management plans with their patients, family doctors integrate physical, psychological, social, cultural and existential factors, utilizing the knowledge and trust engendered by repeated visits. They do so by promoting health, preventing disease, providing cures, care, or palliation and promoting patient empowerment and self-management. This will likely become all the more important, since we are witnessing a global demographic shift and family doctors will be responsible for and involved in caring for a growing population of older patients. This book is intended for family medicine trainees and professionals, but can also be a useful tool for geriatricians, helping them to better understand some features of primary care and to more fruitfully interact with family doctors.

Naval Military Personnel Manual

Author : United States. Naval Military Personnel Command
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Patient Self management of Chronic Disease

Author : Barbara Klug Redman
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Approximately 15 diseases are covered in this theoretically based manual, which includes evidence-based standards for patient education for each disease.

The 10 Best Ever Depression Management Techniques Understanding How Your Brain Makes You Depressed and What You Can Do to Change It

Author : Margaret Wehrenberg
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A strategy-filled handbook to understand, manage, and conquer your depression, modeled after its best-selling counterpart on anxiety. Why is depression one of the most pervasive of all mental health complaints? What makes the lethargy, mental rumination, loss of concentration, unassuageable negativity, and feelings of inadequacy so stubbornly resistant to treatment and so hard to shake off? What can you do to alleviate your symptoms and move in the direction of full recovery? In order to answer these questions, Margaret Wehrenberg explains, you must first understand your brain. Drawing on cutting-edge neuroscience research presented in a reader-friendly way, Wehrenberg skillfully describes what happens in the brain of a depression sufferer and what specific techniques can be used to alter brain activity and control its range of disabling symptoms. Containing practical, take-charge tips from a seasoned clinician, this book presents the ten most effective strategies for moving from lethargy into action, taking charge of your brain, and breaking free from depression to find hope and happiness.

Medical Practice Management in the 21st Century

Author : Marjorie A. Satinsky
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Successful management practice in the 21st century requires physicians to understand how to organise and manage a practice, manage their finances, recruit, work with, and manage people within and outside of the practice, and much more. This book addresses multiple aspects of medical practice management.