An OSCE revision guide for students in their clinical years of medical school. It explains what is involved in each of these exams and outlines the different types of clinical examination
needed for... More > passing them, and for subsequent clinical practice. It covers examinations for all specialties including General medicine, General surgery, Paediatrics, O&G, Orthopaedics, ENT, Ophthalmology and Psychiatry. Each examination is summarised on a single page for easy reference< Less
Clinical psychology is a practice that combines of scientific, theoretical and medical knowledge in the study of mental processes and behaviour. It is a multi edged discipline that involves study and... More > analysis of the mental and personal behaviour of an individual in order to assess and determine the stability of his mind. If a psychological condition diagnosed clinically supplemented psychological treatment is used to help the patient overcome distress and regain normal psychological health.< Less
Two Years in a Men’s Sexual Dysfunction Clinic describes the patients I encountered as a registered nurse in an Atlanta clinic for male sexual problems. Their problems fell into two main... More > groupings: Erectile dysfunction in older males and premature ejaculation in younger men.
Mostly I tell their stories from a personal viewpoint: who they are, how their problems affect them and their partners. I also describe how we helped them either to reverse their problems or to adapt to a changed sexuality. The subject is serious but the tone of the book is light.
The clinic was a team and the book brings that team to life as individuals: The lady receptionist from Georgia, the physician from New York, and me, the older male registered nurse in his first job out of nursing school.< Less
Hardcover. "E.C.R. Lorac" was British crime fiction writer Edith Caroline Rivett (1894–1958), who also wrote under the name “Carol Carnac.” The novels written under the... More > “Lorac” pseudonym feature the London Scot, Inspector Macdonald. 'Case in the Clinic' has been one of the author's scarcer novels.< Less
Alison smiled at the nurse, as she sat down on top of her.
She forced the knife into Anne’s chest slowly, and repeatedly, until she saw the pain leave her face, and the life go out of her... More > eyes…No witnesses she thought; just like nanny had taught her…!< Less
This bound edition of John Tracy Clinic’s Distance Education for Parents includes information on communication, thinking, motor and social development of children with hearing loss ages two... More > through five. Activities are suggested to encourage auditory learning and language skills in enjoyable everyday tasks. It is designed in a family friendly format with positive encouragement, simple strategies, multiple graphics, note sections and short summaries. Those interested in early childhood hearing loss will find this a useful resource for promoting child interactions, family hope, playful learning, developmental guidance and partnerships between parents and service providers.
Illustrations/graphics are in black and white on each page.
NOTE: Families of babies and preschoolers can enroll in JTC's Distance Learning for Parents Program and receive these materials, additional publications and personalized ongoing guidance at no cost. If you are a parent/family member please visit www.jtc.org/pals to learn more.< Less