Gerontology And Geriatrics Libraries And Collections In The United States And Canada

Author by : Joyce A. Post
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Publisher by : Greenwood Pub Group
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Description : This valuable reference discusses the history of gerontology and geriatrics libraries in the U.S. and Canada and profiles their holdings. These profiles are arranged alphabetically by state and then by towns within each state.


Secondary Sources In The History Of Canadian Medicine

Author by : Charles G. Roland
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Publisher by : Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
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Description : Volume Two of this retrospective bibliography is both a continuation and an expansion of Volume One (1984). It contains references to Canadian medical-historical literature published between 1984 and 1998, and also includes much additional material published prior to 1984. Finally, it substantially enlarges the content of French-language material. Every effort has been made to be as inclusive as possible of articles, theses, book chapters and books, both in English and in French, relating to the history of medicine. No single electronic source can replace this bibliography. The contents are divided into three sections. The first is a listing of material expressly biographical. Section two lists material under a wide variety of subject headings related to medicine, and the third is a complete listing of the authors who have contributed these articles. Simply organized and easy to use, this bibliography will be of value to historians, archivists, librarians, and anyone interested in the history of medicine.


Gerontology And Geriatrics Collections

Author by : Lee Ash
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : An essential resource for any library where research on aging is conducted--a guide to important and unique holdings in the field.


Choice

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National Library Of Medicine Current Catalog

Author by : National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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Directory Of Mental Health Libraries And Information Centers

Author by : Barbara A. Epstein
Languange : en
Publisher by : Washington, DC : American Psychiatric Press
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Description : Geographical listing of libraries and information centers in the United States and Canada. Information was derived from results of a survey sent in Jan., 1984, to over 1800 mental health facilities; 274 responded or were contacted further. Entries give identification of libraries or information centers, parent institutions, funding, staffs, collections, specialized services, and access. Personnel, subject, and institutional indexes.


D R D A Reporter

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Publisher by : UM Libraries
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Chronic Pain Loss And Suffering

Author by : Ranjan Roy
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Publisher by : University of Toronto Press
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Description : Loss and grief are an inherent part of chronic illness. But while much has been written on grief associated with death and dying, the grief and losses accompanying chronic illness have received relatively little scholarly attention. In Chronic Pain, Loss, and Suffering, Ranjan Roy, a leading expert on chronic pain, addresses the complex issues related to loss among those with chronic illness. For many patients with chronic intractable pain disorders, the course of their illness is unpredictable and varied. Many seeming losses are transient and can be redeemed over time, for instance, through retraining and physical therapy, but are still serious and pose a challenge to the common understanding of the grief process. Clinical understanding of grief is undergoing a revolution. From its Freudian roots, it is shifting more and more to a social-psychological perspective. The phase-task orientation of grief has come under serious scrutiny, and this book demonstrates some of the problems inherent in that conceptualization in its application to the chronically ill. The author attempts to combine the current state of knowledge through an examination of contemporary literature and clinical application. He presents a series of comprehensive case studies, which together indicate that the key challenge for many patients is loss of self-esteem and control. The chapters deal with a range of losses such as job loss, declining ability to function, loss of family and sexual roles, old age and its related losses, and suicide. Through discussion of the trials and tribulations and successes that chronically ill patients encounter in their journey, this work will assist clinicians in helping patients come to terms with their new reality and establish a renewed sense of self.


Mental Health And Palestinian Citizens In Israel

Author by : Muhammad M Haj-Yahia
Languange : en
Publisher by : Indiana University Press
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Description : Minorities face particular social strains, and these are often manifested in their overall mental health. In Israel, just under a quarter of the citizens are Arab Palestinians, yet very little has been published exploring the spectrum of mental health issues prevalent in this population. The work collected here draws on the first-hand experience of experts working with Israeli Palestinians to highlight the problems faced by service users, their families, and their communities. Palestinians in Israel face unique social, gender, and family-related conditions that also need reliable research and assessment. Mental Health and Palestinian Citizens in Israel offers research and observation on three central topics: socio-cultural determinants of mental health, mental health needs, and mental health service utilization. From suicidal behaviors and addiction to generational trauma and the particular concerns of children and the elderly, this broad and careful collection of research opens new dialogues on treatment, prevention, and methods for providing the best possible care to those in need.