You've had it happen to you: Someone erupts and you sit there speechless, your own emotions "flood" and you're left feeling frustrated and angry. You've seen it happen to others: Disputes bring your workplace to a halt - and mishandled anger damages relationships and stifles teamwork. But the good news is: You can learn to manage other people's anger and turn it into a catalyst for positive change, with the help of this video training program. You'll discover dozens of anger-reducing techniques you can use with your co-workers, customers, employees, and bosses. Seminar before an audience, accompanied by dramatizations. Offers 21 tools and techniques for dealing with anger in the workplace. Volume 1, how to deal with confrontation, how to react to silence, how to keep yourself calm, and how to concentrate on solutions. Volume 2, things to do before jumping into an angry situation, recognize and reduce conflict conditions, finding a neutral environment, how to handle hostility.
Part 1 (102 min.) --
part 2 (77 min.).
Directed by Matthew A. Keller ; produced by Billy Reilly.
Annual quick-reference presents drug therapy in terms of the oncology nursing process. Includes nursing diagnosis; etiologies of toxicities; key points for assessment intervention, and evaluation; information on education; and more. For nurses.
Sections: Cancer Treatment -- Symptom Management -- Complications.
Appendices: Controlling Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Drugs -- Common Toxicity Criteria for Adverse Events v. 3.0 (CTCAE) -- Cancer Chemotherapeutic Regimens (Adult).
Section 1 is an alphabetical listing of all members of the College, giving also the town or city in which the doctor is located, the place and date of graduation, the year registered, and the M.S.C. and College identification numbers.
Section 2 is a geographical breakdown showing the general practitioners in each town, village or city in British Columbia.
Section 3 is a list of specialists practising in the province sorted by their specialty
Section 4 provides contact information for the BC health authorities and Provincial medical colleges throughout Canada.
Section 5 is a listing of hospitals in the province.
"Published pursuant to Section 77 of the Medical Practitioners Act of British Columbia"
Symptoms, assessment, and guidelines for referral -- Congenital problems and aberrations of normal development and involution -- Mastalgia -- Breast infection -- Breast cancer: epidemiology, risk factors, and genetics -- Screening for breast cancer -- Breast cancer -- Management of regional nodes in breast cancer -- Breast cancer: treatment of elderly patients and uncommon conditions -- Role of systemic treatment of primary operable breast cancer -- Locally advanced breast cancer -- Metastatic breast cancer -- Prognostic factors -- Clinical trials of management of early breast cancer -- Psychological aspects -- Carcinoma in situ and patients at high risk of breast cancer -- Breast reconstruction
This study focuses on domestic violence and abuse in Aboriginal communities in Canada. It means to build on studies and intiatives conducted over the past fifteen years by others such as the Ontario Native Women's Association, National Clearing House on Family Violence, Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, and several others. Contributors argue that despite all the study, there are still gaps between what is occurring in relation to domestic violence and abuse in Aboriginal communities and the capacity of these communities and of the agencies that work with them to systematically and effectively address the problem. They argue that one reason for this gap is the lack of clear understanding of the true nature and complexity of domestic violence and abuse in Aboriginal communities as a social phenomenon.