Release on 2017-11 | by Eli Camp Nd Dhanp,Judith Thompson Nd
A Treatment Guide for Parents and Caregivers
Author: Eli Camp Nd Dhanp,Judith Thompson Nd
Category: Alternative medicine
The Unvaccinated Child is an unparalleled naturopathic treatment guide for common childhood illnesses. Its style is reader friendly for parents without a medical background or for practitioners looking for treatment options to offer their patients. This is a practical must-have book for any parent whether their child has or has not been vaccinated.
Earth has been controlled for eons by the 'dark forces' by instilling a project of 'fear', and we have all been deceived on a grand scale. They have achieved this by stealth through their secret societies, groups, governments and institutes to create a New World Order. They have controlled populations and culled humans through their man-made diseases such as Ebola and HIV/AIDS. They control humanity with prescription drugs, technology, food additives, vaccines and they suppress the cures for cancer. They control the media, create wars and initiate acts of terrorism. They control politics, banking, education, sciences and religions. They are followers of Satanism and some are paedophiles. They use mind control programmes and control the illegal drugs trade, manipulate the weather and have introduced a 'police state' and have suppressed free-energy. This is part of the spiritual battle between the 'dark forces' and the 'forces of light'. Welcome to the lunatic asylum that is planet Earth.
How can the modern family live an environmentally-friendly lifestyle? Although many adults aspire to be green, there is no comprehensive lifestyle guide available for them when they become parents. The Ultimate Guide to Green Parenting will be the first book to provide information for living a truly green lifestyle that is based on sound science.
Release on 2019-07-18 | by Amy E. Caruso Brown,Travis R. Hobart,Cynthia B. Morrow
An Integrated, Case-Based Approach
Author: Amy E. Caruso Brown,Travis R. Hobart,Cynthia B. Morrow
This unique textbook utilizes an integrated, case-based approach to explore how the domains of bioethics, public health and the social sciences impact individual patients and populations. It provides a structured framework suitable for both educators (including course directors and others engaged in curricular design) and for medical and health professions students to use in classroom settings across a range of clinical areas and allied health professions and for independent study. The textbook opens with an introduction, describing the intersection of ethics and public health in clinical practice and the six key themes that inform the book's core learning objectives, followed by a guide to using the book. It then presents 22 case studies that address a broad spectrum of patient populations, clinical settings, and disease pathologies. Each pair of cases shares a core concept in bioethics or public health, from community perspectives and end-of-life care to medical mistakes and stigma and marginalization. They engage learners in rigorous clinical and ethical reasoning by prompting readers to make choices based on available information and then providing additional information to challenge assumptions, simulating clinical decision-making. In addition to providing a unique, detailed clinical scenario, each case is presented in a consistent format, which includes learning objectives, questions and responses for self-directed learning, questions and responses for group discussion, references, and suggested further reading. All cases integrate the six themes of patient- and family-centered care; evidence-based practice; structural competency; biases in decision-making; cultural humility and awareness of the culture of medicine; and justice, social responsibility and advocacy. The final section discusses some challenges to evaluating courses and learning encounters that adopt the cases and includes a model framework for learner assessment.
Release on 2017-11-27 | by Abhaya Indrayan,Rajeev Kumar Malhotra
Author: Abhaya Indrayan,Rajeev Kumar Malhotra
Pubpsher: CRC Press
Encyclopedic in breadth, yet practical and concise, Medical Biostatistics, Fourth Edition focuses on the statistical aspects ofmedicine with a medical perspective, showing the utility of biostatistics as a tool to manage many medical uncertainties. This edition includes more topics in order to fill gaps in the previous edition. Various topics have been enlarged and modified as per the new understanding of the subject.
Studies in Law, Politics, and Society provides a vehicle for the publication of scholarly articles within the broad parameters of interdisciplinary legal scholarship. In this latest edition of this highly successful research series, articles examine a diverse range of legal issues and their impact on and intersections with society.
Nothing more needs to be said about the high visibility of public health in this day and age. This is the first book that looks at public health as art as much as science. How do you actually put public health programs and policies into action in the real world? How do you juggle current crises and chronic problems, how do you set priorities, put science into practice all in the context of limited resources, day to day demands and intense public and media scrutiny? From a wealth of experience, the author draws on real examples with a "behind the scenes" look at the strategy and action that must be undertaken to make public health really work.
Release on 1997 | by Monica Das Gupta,Michel Garenne,Gilles Pison
Author: Monica Das Gupta,Michel Garenne,Gilles Pison
Pubpsher: Oxford University Press
This is an overview of the leading prospective studies in developing countries on population and health research. Prospective community studies are concerned with understanding the incidence of birth, disease, and death. Here, the leading practitioners in this field present the methodologies they have developed and summarize the major findings of their efforts. Since many of these methodologies have never been documented and their results are scattered in different publications, this volume collects much valuable data that is otherwise difficult to locate. It will be an indispensable guide to researchers in the field of prospective studies and will also prove useful as an academic or professional resource for demographers, public health researchers, family planners, and survey specialists.