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This book is a must for anyone who has just been diagnosed with breast cancer or if you know someone who has been told they have a different type of cancer, as the advice is general enough to benefit everyone. It is full of practical, positive and empowering information gathered from the author’s personal experience and her conversations with other women and their families. The information is succinct, and simple, and provides insight into what to expect from the moment you are diagnosed, the impending surgery, treatment and the recovery process. There are also sections set aside for partners, families, carers and friends so they can see how they can help and support you all throughout the experience.
Useful for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and management consultants, legal practitioners, human resource managers and students of ADR, this book includes coverage of various ADR techniques and the roles played by ADR practitioners in workplace conflict. It discusses the need for workplace grievance policies and the forms these can take and the suitability of ADR for various types of disputes. Written against the background of a rapidly changing Australian labor market, Managing Workplace Conflict argues that ADR in the Australian workplace needs to be conducted with an understanding of the changed industrial relations environment and the power differences between key workplace stakeholders, as well as a commitment to ethical practice and workplace justice. It presents the key concepts central to the practice of ADR in Australia and provides a practical, useable reference book for both the professional and the student.
This book, based on the first major study into spiritual reminiscence, shares what has been discovered in the process of working and researching with people who have had dementia for more than eight years. The book provides practitioners with a thorough understanding of the theory and practice, and provides many case examples to demonstrate the value of spiritual reminiscence in helping people to find meaning in the experience of dementia. Consideration is given to the benefits of humour, as well as to working in multi-cultural and multi-faith settings and with people who do not have a religious faith. This accessible guide to spiritual reminiscence work is recommended for dementia care practitioners, pastoral carers, aged care chaplains, activity coordinators and anyone else concerned with the wellbeing of people with dementia.
Fundamentals of Nursing Case Studies presents 24 quality progressive case studies based on real life scenarios involving the knowledge, skills and practice students require, including vital signs, skin integrity, medication therapy and pain management. Multiple choice questions are integrated throughout. Nursing students are provided with an opportunity to explore the scenarios they are likely to encounter in a variety of settings. This text can be used in conjunction with Potter and Perry’s Fundamentals of Nursing 4th edition as part of a suite of resources for undergraduate and diploma of nursing students.
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