Healing Of America Pdf
Please Sign Up to Read or Download "Healing Of America Pdf" eBooks in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl and Mobi. Start your FREE month now! Click Download or Read Now button to sign up and download/read Healing Of America Pdf books. Fast Download Speed ~100% Satisfaction Guarantee ~Commercial & Ad Free
📒The Healing Of America ✍ T. R. Reid
✏The Healing of America Book Summary : A New York Times Bestseller, with an updated explanation of the 2010 Health Reform Bill Bringing to bear his talent for explaining complex issues in a clear, engaging way, New York Times bestselling author T. R. Reid visits industrialized democracies around the world--France, Britain, Germany, Japan, and beyond--to provide a revelatory tour of successful, affordable universal health care systems. Now updated with new statistics and a plain-English explanation of the 2010 health care reform bill, The Healing of America is required reading for all those hoping to understand the state of health care in our country, and around the world.
📒Uninsured In America ✍ Susan Sered
✏Uninsured in America Book Summary : The authors paint a devastating portrait of the decline of health care in thecountry, told through the stories of various people's lives.
📒Healing Racism In America ✍ Nathan Rutstein
✏Healing Racism in America Book Summary :
✏Hmong American Concepts of Health Healing and Conventional Medicine Book Summary : America's healthcare system in the twenty-first century faces a variety of pressures and challenges, not the least of which is that posed by the increasingly multicultural nature of American society itself. Large numbers among the Hmong, immigrants from the landlocked Asian nation of Laos, continue to prefer their own ancient medical traditions. That these Hmong Americans should continue to adhere to a tradition of folk medicine, rather than embrace the modern healthcare system of America, poses questions that must be answered. This book takes up the task of examining Hmong American concepts of health, illness and healing, and looks at the Hmong American experience with conventional medicine. In so doing, it identifies factors that either obstruct or enable healthcare delivery to the Hmong, specifically a target sample of Hmong Americans resident in Colorado. Drawing upon scientific methods of data collection, the research reveals attitudes currently held by a group of American citizens toward health and medicine which run the gamut from the very modern to those which have prevailed in the highlands of Southeast Asia for centuries.
📒Fundamentals Of Us Health Care Principles And Perspectives ✍ Charles E. Yesalis
✏Fundamentals of US Health Care Principles and Perspectives Book Summary : Fundamentals of US Health Care: Principles and Perspectives takes the broad, complex topic of health care in the United States and presents it in a digestible, easy-to-read format. Focusing on some of the fundamental issues facing the heath care system today, this text delivers simple, objective coverage of key topics including cost, access, quality, financing, manpower, and public health. By blending current, factual data, basic principles, and multiple perspectives on controversial issues, the authors provide a balanced approach to the core issues facing the health care industry. Case studies and vignettes throughout the text allow readers to explore how current health care problems impact real-life situations and to hone their critical thinking skills for their future professional careers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒The Healing Tree ✍ Joe Tye
✏The Healing Tree Book Summary : The greatest miracle of all is not something that happens to you, it's something that happens within you. This is the story of one such miracle."This is a book for anyone seeking to find meaning in a time of adversity."C. Everett Koop, M.D., Sc.D., author of Koop: Memoirs of America's Family Doctor"The Healing Tree in an inspirational book that lifts up all the important themes of pain, struggle, loss, hope, and renewal. Its life-affirming message of 'Yes You Can' is important for all of us, not just those in the healing professions."James A. Autry, author of Love and Profit and The Servant Leader"The Healing Tree is completely captivating, soul-enriching and beautifullywritten... Out of ALL of the books that I have read in my lifetime (and believeme I've read thousands of books), this is one of THE best books I have ever read. I love it, love it, love it."Peggy McColl, author of Your Destiny Switch and 21 Distinctions of Wealth"If you haven't believed in miracles, you will after reading The Healing Tree.In fact, you may go out and create your own miracles."W Mitchell, author of It's Not What Happens to You, It's What You Do About It"The Healing Tree is an inspiring, touching account that will bring comfort toanyone facing life's most difficult decisions."Larry Dossey, M.D., author of Healing Words"A delight to read. The Healing Tree takes you on an enlightening journey of self-discovery. This is a richly human book that will touch both your heart and mind."Roger Crawford, author of How High Can You Bounce?"The Healing Tree is an inspiring story guaranteed to warm the hearts and soulsof those who read it. Carrie Anne's path is indeed healing."Brian Luke Seaward, Ph.D., Author of Stand Like Mountain, Flow Like Water and Quiet Mind, Fearless Heart
📒Out Of Practice ✍ Frederick M. Barken
✏Out of Practice Book Summary : Primary care medicine, as we know and remember it, is in crisis. While policymakers, government administrators, and the health insurance industry pay lip service to the personal relationship between physician and patient, dissatisfaction and disaffection run rampant among primary care doctors, and medical students steer clear in order to pursue more lucrative specialties. Patients feel helpless, well aware that they are losing a valued close connection as health care steadily becomes more transactional than relational. The thin-margin efficiency, rapid pace, and high volume demanded by the new health care economics do not work for primary care, an inherently slower, more personal, and uniquely tailored service. In Out of Practice, Dr. Frederick Barken juxtaposes his personal experience with the latest research on the transformations in the medical field. He offers a cool critique of the "market model of medicine" while vividly illustrating how the seemingly inexorable trend toward specialization in the last few decades has shifted emphasis away from what was once the foundation of medical practice. Dr. Barken addresses the complexities of modern practice-overuse of diagnostic studies, fragmentation of care, increasing reliance on an array of prescription drugs, and the practice of defensive medicine. He shows how changes in medicine, the family, and society have left physicians to deal with a wide range of geriatric issues, from limited mobility to dementia, that are not addressed by health care policy and are not entirely amenable to a physician's prescription. Indeed, Dr. Barken contends, the very survival of primary care is in jeopardy at a time when its practitioners are needed more than ever. Illustrated with case studies gleaned from more than twenty years in private practice and data from a wide range of sources, Out of Practice is more than a jeremiad about a broken system. Throughout, Dr. Barken offers cogent suggestions for policymakers and practitioners alike, making clear that as valuable as the latest drug or medical device may be, a successful health care system depends just as much on the doctor-patient relationship embodied by primary care medicine.
📒Radical Loving Care ✍ Erie Chapman
✏Radical Loving Care Book Summary : What is radical about providing loving care? The radical concept is that each and every caregiver in today's hospitals should be providing loving care to their patients and to each other. In the same vein, each and every leader in our hospitals should be taking care of those who care for others. This work addresses healthcare leaders through illustrative examples and compelling outcomes that demonstrate the success of the Healing Hospital model in today's hospital. Training tools are also provided to help leaders and employee partners construct and advance a culture of loving care in today's technocratic hospital setting.
📒The Healing Gods ✍ Candy Gunther Brown
✏The Healing Gods Book Summary : The question typically asked about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is whether it works. However, an issue of equal or greater significance is why it is supposed to work. The Healing Gods: Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Christian America explains how and why CAM entered the American biomedical mainstream and won cultural acceptance, even among evangelical and other theologically conservative Christians, despite its ties to non-Christian religions and the lack of scientific evidence of its efficacy and safety. Before the 1960s, most of the practices Candy Gunther Brown considers-yoga, chiropractic, acupuncture, Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, meditation, martial arts, homeopathy, anticancer diets-were dismissed as medically and religiously questionable. These once-suspect health practices gained approval as they were re-categorized as non-religious (though generically spiritual) health-care, fitness, or scientific techniques. Although CAM claims are similar to religious claims, CAM gained cultural legitimacy because people interpret it as science instead of religion. Holistic health care raises ethical and legal questions of informed consent, consumer protection, and religious establishment at the center of biomedical ethics, tort law, and constitutional law. The Healing Gods confronts these issues, getting to the heart of values such as personal autonomy, self-determination, religious equality, and religious voluntarism.
📒Advancing Higher Education As A Field Of Study ✍ Sydney Freeman
✏Advancing Higher Education as a Field of Study Book Summary : Winner of the 2015 Auburn Authors Awards Where is higher education as a field of study going in this century? How will higher education program leaders design and sustain their degree programs’ vitality in the face of perennial challenges from inside and outside the academy? While in 1979 the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) defined standards for student affairs master’s level preparation, and while 2010 saw the adoption of guidelines for higher education administration and leadership preparation programs at the master’s degree level, there still are, however, no guidelines that address higher education leadership doctoral programs, despite increasing demands for assessment and evaluation. This book suggests that higher education administration doctoral degree guidelines are a critical next step in advancing their program quality and continuity. It offers a review of the field’s history, the condition of its higher education programs, developments from the student affairs specialization and its guidelines, and a multi-chapter dialogue on the benefits or disadvantages of having guidelines. At a time of urgency to prepare the next generation of higher education faculty and leaders, this book sets out the parameters for the debate about what the guidelines should cover to ensure the appropriate and effective preparation of students. It also offers a useful framework for enriching the knowledge of deans, chairs, program coordinators and faculty who are engaged in program design, assessment, and revision. It will also be of interest to policymakers, the personnel of accrediting agencies, and not least graduate students within higher education preparation programs. All the contributors to this volume have the exemplary expertise, leadership experience, and a close association with higher education guidelines and standards, and have extensively contributed to the literature on higher education.