Long considered the gold standard comprehensive reference for diagnosing and managing emergent health issues in children, Fleisher & Ludwig's Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine is an essential resource for clinicians at all levels of training and experience. The revised eighth edition has been updated from cover to cover, providing practical, evidence-based content to help you meet any clinical challenge in the emergency care of pediatric patients.
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Although transgender individuals have always existed, their fight for acceptance and equal rights is just beginning. Within this larger context, one area of emerging concern is their health?physical, psychological, and social. From legislation determining public restroom access to insurance coverage of hormone therapy for transitioning individuals to harassment and discrimination, transgender people face a number of challenges that can negatively affect their well-being.A part of Greenwood's Health and Medical Issues Today series, Part I of this book explores definitions of sex and gender, the history of transgender awareness and activism, physical and psychological health concerns specific to transgender individuals, and how identifying as transgender can have different effects on individuals'health at different stages in their life. Part II examines issues and controversies related to the health and well-being of transgender individuals. Part III provides a variety of useful materials, including case studies, a timeline of critical events, a glossary, and a directory of resources.
The encyclopedia contains a wealth of information on critical theories, people, and movements and shows how various disciplines can work together to create healthy communities and practices for many people. As a secondary objective, the book encourages future generations to actively participate in public health. This reference covers the defining moments in the development of public health, from ancient times to the modern day, and offers entries with historical information and examinations of current controversies as they relate to recurring social conflicts. The entries provide a breadth and depth of content that is accessible to a wide readership.
Introduction to Advanced Nursing Roles / Carolyn Hart and Pegge L. Bell -- Education and Licensure Considerations / Carolyn Hart and Pegge L. Bell -- Educating Nurses : Standards and Competencies / Pegge L. Bell and Carolyn Hart -- Educators / Carolyn Hart and Pegge L. Bell -- Administrators / Margaret Norton-Rosko -- Clinical Nurse Leaders / Grace Buttriss -- Overview of Clinicians / Cindy Weston -- Nurse Practitioners / Marilou Shreve, Anna Jarrett, Allison L. Scott, and Kelly Vowell Johnson -- Certified Nurse Midwives / Kim Amsley-Camp -- Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists / Tony Umadhay and John McFadden -- Clinical Nurse Specialists / Jennifer L. Embree -- Leadership Preparation / Omar Ali and Nagia Ali -- Advanced Practice Nurses as Leaders of Change / Carol Huston -- Nurse Scholars / Karen Morin -- Funding Your Project / Valerie A. Adelson -- Nurse Entrepreneurs / Annie Moore-Cox -- Transitioning to APN/APRN Roles / Pegge L. Bell and Carolyn Hart.
Part I: Determinants of Health for Indigenous People -- Part II: Geographies and Ecologies of Indigenous Land, Health, and Philosophy -- Part III: Supporting Health Indigenous Communities -- Part IV: Practical Applications