Tales From The Pager Chronicles

Author: Patrice Rancour
Publisher: Sigma Theta Tau
ISBN: 1930538723
Size: 47.89 MB
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Tales From The Pager Chronicles from the Author: Patrice Rancour. "So says Patrice Rancour, a strikingly humane, honest, funny, and poetic new voice, as she ushers readers through the 32 encounters in this day-in-the-life at a modern-day cancer hospital, her pager serving as her link from one human in need to the next, while she tends and ministers to both the living and the dead."--Publisher's website.

Rancour

Author: James McCann
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781897476116
Size: 50.35 MB
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Rancour from the Author: James McCann. Alix, a high school senior, finds herself caught up in a thousand year rivalry between a werewolf, Rancour, and a vampire, Shay, who are determined to rid the world of each other. Reprint.

Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Second Edition

Author: Jeffrey S. Jones, DNP, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CST, LNC
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826131298
Size: 65.55 MB
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Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Second Edition from the Author: Jeffrey S. Jones, DNP, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CST, LNC. " The editors and contributors are to be congratulated for their clear effort to bring some degree of correction to the singular emphasis on pharmacotherapy. While it is clear that pharmacotherapy has a role to play in treatment, it is equally clear that the use of relationships as therapy has an equal if not more important role to playƖThere are several other features of this text that commend it to the student and the nurse seeking a review or a refresher course. First, the authors have done an excellent job in noting historical context. Second, [they] have made extensive use of the current research literature." - Grayce M. Sills, PhD, RN, FAAN Thoroughly updated to correlate with DSM 5 diagnostic descriptions and QSEN guidelines, the second edition of this highly acclaimed undergraduate psychiatric nursing text features concrete strategies for establishing interpersonal relationships as the basis not only for working with the psychiatric patient population, but as a timeless foundation for all nursing practice. The text guides students through the essential phases of self-discovery necessary to integrate interpersonal nursing theory into practice. Modules designed to foster growth in therapeutic use of self, including the importance of boundary management, are integrated with psychodynamic and current neurobiological theories to provide sturdy theoretical underpinnings for practice. A wealth of descriptive psychiatric diagnoses, QSEN criteria, and NANDA-based care plans, case scenarios, evidence-based practice, patient and family education tips, drug summary lists, and complementary and alternative therapy approaches populate the text. The main body of the book focuses on common mental illnesses and weaves both the psychodynamic and neurobiological concepts into evidence-based strategies for nursing interventions. Additional features such as examples of therapeutic dialogue and a "Consumer's Perspective" featuring an actual consumer's voice relating personal experience about living with a specific illness, provide further guidance in understanding and adopting a relationship-based approach to nursing. Web links facilitate quick access to additional information and NCLEX-style review questions prepare students for passing the NCLEX exam. New to the Second Edition: Revisions correlate to DSM 5 descriptions, QSEN criteria and NANDA nursing diagnoses Provides new information on psychopharmacology, compassion fatigue and a recovery model, use of informed consent, and cognitive behavioral therapy Presents updates on complementary and alternative interventions Includes expanded content on cultural and lifespan considerations related to mental health care worldwide Key Features: Focuses on interpersonal relationships and boundary navigation as the foundation for practice Promotes psychodynamic and neurobiological perspectives within ISPN curricular guidelines Written by national and international experts in nursing education and psychiatric/mental heath practice Includes digital student companion with key chapter concepts and critical thinking questions for practice situations Provides digital faculty resources including power point slides, expanded test bank, case studies, and critical thinking exercises

Rancor

Author: James McCann
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780993748608
Size: 44.48 MB
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Rancor from the Author: James McCann. Rancor, a werewolf, has spent the last several hundred years training to kill vampires. Shay, a vampyre, has spent his time mocking the werewolf just for fun. Now, a thousand years after they first met, both werewolf and vampire will clash over the ultimate prize: true love. Filled with fast-paced action and a conclusion you won't expect, Rancor will both win and break your heart.

Waves Of Rancor

Author: Robert L. Hilliard
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315503166
Size: 39.18 MB
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Waves Of Rancor from the Author: Robert L. Hilliard. The airwaves in America are being used by armed militias, conspiracy theorists, survivalists, the religious right, white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and other radical groups to reach millions with their messages of hate and fear. Waves of Rancor examines the origin, nature, and impact of right-wing electronic media, including radio, television, cable, the internet, and even music CDs.

Rancor Reconciliation In Medieval England

Author: Paul R. Hyams
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801439964
Size: 24.66 MB
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Rancor Reconciliation In Medieval England from the Author: Paul R. Hyams. Duels and bloodfeuds have long been regarded as essentially Continental phenomena, counter to the staid and orderly British ways of settling differences. In this surprising work of social and legal history, Paul R. Hyams reveals a post-Conquest England not all that different from the realms across the Channel. Drawing on a wide range of texts and the long history of argument about these texts, Hyams shatters the myth of English exceptionalism, the notion that while feud and vengeance prevailed in the lands of the Franks, England had advanced beyond such anarchic barbarism by the time of the Conquest and forged a centralized political and legal system. This book provides support for the notion that feud and vengeance flourished in England long beyond the Conquest, and that this fact obliges us to reconsider the genealogies of both common law and the English monarchy.Moving back and forth between a broad overview of 300 years of legal history and the details of specific disputes, Hyams attends to the demands of individuals who believed that they had been aggrieved and sought remedy. He shows how individuals perceived particular acts of violence and responded to them. These reactions, in turn, sparked central efforts to manage disputes and thereby establish law and order. Respectable litigation, however, never eclipsed the danger of direct action, often violent and physical.