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Nolo's Patents for Beginners (5th edition)

by Richard Stim David Pressman

What are patents? Why do you need one? How do you get it? This book provides a clear explanation of the entire process.

Nolo's Simple Will Book (7th edition)

by Denis Clifford

Making a will is a significant matter, worth serious thought. Happily, however, writing your will does not have to be difficult, and most people don't need a lawyer to do it. Nolo has been helping people make their own legally valid wills for more than 25 years, and Nolo's Simple Will Book, remains one of our most popular estate planning books--for good reason. It has clear, easy-to-understand instructions, and it explains when you might need a lawyer's help. The wills in this book are legal in every state except Louisiana (which has its own set of estate planning laws that differs from all other states'). These wills are fine for most folks with a modest to moderate amount of property and typical assets. If you have a more complicated situation, or a large estate--say, more than $2 million--you will probably want some additional help from a lawyer or tax expert.

The Nonverbal Advantage: Secrets and Science of Body Language at Work

by Carol Kinsey Goman

Goman draws on the latest research and 25 years of experience as a consultant, coach, and therapist in this guide to body language. Cartoons, b&w photos, anecdotes, and simple exercises help readers gain control of the messages their bodies are sending so that they can project a more accurate and compelling picture of who they are to their colleagues, clients, and partners. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Normal Midwifery Practice

by Sam Chenery-Morris Moira Mclean

For new students the language and concepts of midwifery care can at first be daunting. This book helps students to understand the expectations of midwifery training in relation to normal midwifery practice. It covers the basics of midwifery care including professional practice, frameworks informing midwifery care, key concepts and philosophies of care, communication and care skills, antenatal care, normal labour and birth, postnatal care, neonatal care and breastfeeding, as well as a brief introduction to medicines management in normal midwifery care. The book is designed to work alongside first taught modules in midwifery, and underpin training in subsequent years.

Normative Ethics

by Shelly Kagan

Shelly Kagan offers a division between moral factors and theoretical foundations that reflects the actual working practices of contemporary moral philosophers.The first half of the book presents a systematic survey of the basic normative factors, focusing on controversial questions concerning the precise content of each factor, its scope and significance, and its relationship to other factors. The second half of the book then examines the competing theories about the foundations of normative ethics, theories that attempt to explain why the basic normative factors have the moral significance that they do.Intended for upper-level or graduate students of philosophy, this book should also appeal to the general reader looking for a clearly written overview of the basic principles of moral philosophy.

North Carolina Crimes: A Guidebook on the Elements of Crime (Seventh Edition)

by Jessica Smith

North Carolina Crimes is a treatise on North Carolina substantive criminal law. Originally it was designed primarily to help law enforcement officers decide which offenses to charge, if any, and what evidence should be gathered to prepare a case for trial. The book has evolved from its original purpose and now serves as an important secondary reference source on substantive criminal law for law enforcement officers, magistrates, prosecutors, public defenders, defense lawyers, and judges, as well as for those studying criminal law in the academic setting.

Novick & Morrow's Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management (Third Edition)

by James Johnson Leiyu Shi

With contributions from experts in areas ranging from workforce to community-based prevention to emergency preparedness, this thoroughly revised edition offers detailed, comprehensive coverage of current, relevant issues for new as well as seasoned public health administrators.

Nuclear Nonproliferation

by Philip Margulies

Nuclear Nonproliferation is part of the Global Issues series, which is designed to be a first-stop resource for research on the key challenges facing the world today.

Nuclear Power Development: Prospects in the 1990s

by Stanley M. Nealey

Considers the prospects for a resumption in growth of nuclear power in the US over the next decade, examining its acceptability to five sectors in the US: the financial sector, the regulatory sector, the political sector, the knowledgeable "involved public", and the general "uninvolved public".

Nuclear Roulette: The Truth About the Most Dangerous Energy Source on Earth

by Gar Smith

Nuclear power is not clean, cheap, or safe. With Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and Fukushima, the nuclear industry's record of catastrophic failures now averages one major disaster every decade. After three US-designed plants exploded in Japan, many countries moved to abandon reactors for renewables. In the United States, however, powerful corporations and a compliant government still defend nuclear power-while promising billion-dollar bailouts to operators. Each new disaster demonstrates that the nuclear industry and governments lie to "avoid panic," to preserve the myth of "safe, clean" nuclear power, and to sustain government subsidies. Tokyo and Washington both covered up Fukushima's radiation risks and-when confronted with damning evidence-simply raised the levels of "acceptable" risk to match the greater levels of exposure. Nuclear Roulettedismantles the core arguments behind the nuclear-industrial complex's "Nuclear Renaissance. " While some critiques are familiar-nuclear power is too costly, too dangerous, and too unstable-others are surprising:Nuclear Rouletteexposes historic links to nuclear weapons, impacts on Indigenous lands and lives, and the ways in which the Nuclear Regulatory Commission too often takes its lead from industry, rewriting rules to keep failing plants in compliance. Nuclear Roulettecites NRC records showing how corporations routinely defer maintenance and lists resulting "near-misses" in the US, which average more than one per month. Nuclear Roulettechronicles the problems of aging reactors, uncovers the costly challenge of decommissioning, explores the industry's greatest seismic risks-not on California's quake-prone coast but in the Midwest and Southeast-and explains how solar flares could black out power grids, causing the world's 400-plus reactors to self-destruct. This powerful exposé concludes with a roundup of proven and potential energy solutions that can replace nuclear technology with a "Renewable Renaissance," combined with conservation programs that can cleanse the air, and cool the planet.

Numbers in the Newsroom:Using Math and Statistics in News

by Sarah Cohen

This boks focuses on the use of math and statistics in the formulation of news items.

Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: An Evidence-based Guide to Planning Care (9th Edition)

by Betty J. Ackley Gail B. Ladwig

This edition shows you how to build customized care plans using a three-step process: assess, diagnose, and plan care. It includes suggested nursing diagnoses for over 1,300 client symptoms, medical and psychiatric diagnoses, diagnostic procedures, surgical interventions, and clinical states.

Nursing Education: Planning and Delivering the Curriculum

by Jennifer Boore Patrick Deeny

Nursing Education provides a strategic guide and practical focus to curriculum planning and development. It will help all those involved in the provision of nursing education to understand the issues involved at the different stages of preparing a nursing curriculum which: - meets both professional and academic requirements; - integrates theory and practice; - enables students to achieve the skills and competencies they need for professional practice; - includes different methods of teaching and learning; - provides clear guidance for student selection and assessment. Balancing theoretical principles with practical application, and linked closely to the NMC's 2010 standards for pre-registration nursing, Jennifer Boore and Pat Deeny illustrate clearly and accessibly how to develop tailored education programmes so that nurse educators and clinicians in practice can enable their students to provide up-to-date and appropriate patient care.

Nutrition and Feeding of Organic Pigs

by Robert Blair

A comprehensive text on feeding organic pigs, this book presents advice on formulating appropriate diets and integrating them into organic pig production systems. It outlines the international standards of organic feeding, the breeds of pig that are most suitable for organic farming, up to date information on the nutritional requirements of pigs, and examples of diets formulated to organic standards.

Nutrition and Feeding of Organic Poultry

by Robert Blair

Organic poultry production has increased significantly in recent years in response to increasing consumer demand for organic eggs and meat. Nutrition and Feeding of Organic Poultry is the first comprehensive text on feeding organic poultry, presenting advice on selecting suitable ingredients, preparing appropriate feed mixtures and integrating them into organic poultry production systems. The international standards of organic feeding, the species and breeds of poultry most suitable for organic farming, up-to-date information on the nutritional requirements of poultry and examples of diets formulated to organic standards are all discussed.

Nutrition for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses

by Ann Wortinger

This book serves an introduction to the fundamentals of nutrition and also a guide to monitoring the nutritional needs of patients in daily practice. Students will benefit from the clear and consistent approach to basic principles of nutrition. Practicing technicians and nurses will appreciate the practical applications and techniques for managing the nutritional needs of both sick and healthy patients and guidance for educating clients.

Nutrition of the Rabbit (2nd edition)

by Carlos De Blas Julian Wiseman

Topics covered in this authoritative volume include digestive physiology, feed formulation and product quality as well as new contributions on innovative feeding strategies, new methods for feed processing, feed management around weaning and the relationship between nutrition and intestinal health.

Occupational Safety and Health For Technologists, Engineers, and Managers (Sixth Edition)

by David L. Goetsch

Known for its comprehensive coverage, this book covers all aspects of occupational safety and health in today's global workplace. The book follows a logical sequence that provides a historical perspective and overview, covers the laws and regulations, discusses the human element, examines hazard assessment, prevention, and control, and covers management of safety and health. This edition features updated OSHA standards and contemporary topics such as safety culture, safety's role in global competitiveness, workplace violence, natural disasters and terrorism. Includes the most up-to-date coverage of occupational safety and health, including: The global impact of accidents and injuries; Obesity and accident causation; Common accident investigation mistakes to avoid; Participatory ergonomics; Preventing arc flash injuries; Emergency planning for workers with disabilities; Safely resuming business after a disaster; Occupational safety and health management systems (OSHMS); Safety as a promotion tool. An excellent reference for all industries.

Occupational Therapy Manager (Fifth Edition)

by Karen Jacobs Guy L. Mccormack

In today's health care environment, occupational therapy practitioners in clinical and leadership positions must be prepared to ensure that clients receive the highest quality of care; staff morale and efficiency remain high; businesses and organizations are profitable; and the profession is recognized by other health care professionals, reimbursers, and clients as a valuable service steeped in evidence. The Occupational Therapy Manager, 5th Edition can help occupational therapy practitioners become capable, effective leaders across all practice settings. This new edition includes 37 new and updated chapters, discussing the how-to aspects of creating evidence-based practices; effectively leading and motivating staff; ensuring ethical service delivery; and important day-to-day items such as budgeting, documentation, and reimbursement. Chapters also are updated to reflect health care reform and its potential effects on occupational therapy. Highlights Include-- *Section I: Defining and Rethinking Management *Section II: Strategic Planning *Section III: Leading and Organizing *Section IV: Controlling Outcomes *Section V: Public Policy, Professional Standards, and Collaboration *Section VI: Supervision *Appendixes--Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics and Ethics Standards, Scope of Practice, and more The Occupational Therapy Manager is the best-selling and most comprehensive management book in the profession and is a fundamental, classic text for all occupational therapy students, practitioners, and managers.

OCR Criminal Law for A2, Fourth Edition

by Jacqueline Martin

The most up-to-date OCR Criminal Law textbook - from the number 1 A-Level Law author - that will prepare you for your exams. This engaging and accessible textbook provides complete coverage of the criminal elements of the OCR A2 Criminal specification. From the leading law author, it is comprehensive, authoritative and updated with important changes to the law. Now includes: - Fully updated section on voluntary manslaughter to reflect recent changes in the law - Illustrations, cartoons and activities to help explain more difficult concepts -Relevant, interesting case studies - Self-test questions so that your students can test their knowledge - Examination practice and past-paper questions so that students your students can prepare for their exams

OCR with a Smile!: An Operator's Guide to Optical Character Recognition

by Fred F. Ross

This informative and easy to read book explains OCR as well as problems and fixes that might arise in the process.

The Oestrid Flies: Biology, Host-parasite Relationships, Impact and Management

by D. D. Colwell P. J. Scholl M. J. R. Hall

This book provides an in-depth review and analysis of the biology of adults and larvae of the Family Oestridae (commonly known as botflies, or warble flies). Oestrid flies cause myiasis (invasion of living tissue by the larvae), and are a major pest of both domestic and wild animals worldwide. The book presents a comparative investigation of the life histories and adaptation to parasitism exhibited by this unique family of flies. It also gives a detailed survey of each genus and provides a synopsis of the taxonomy of the family. It contains chapters on morphology, life history, host-parasite relationships, taxonomy and behavior.

Of Bicycles, Bakelites, and Bulbs: Toward a Theory of Sociotechnical Change

by Wiebe E. Bijker

This book integrates detailed case studies with theoretical generalizations and political analyses to offer a fully rounded treatment both of the relations between technology and society and of the issues involved in sociotechnical change.

Office Procedures for the 21st Century (Eighth Edition)

by Sharon Burton Nelda Shelton

This market-leading book helps readers acquire the office and interpersonal skills needed to excel in any organization. Its proven approach means students acquire these skills quickly and chapters introduce a range of topics including file management, time management, employment skills, basic financial forms, problem solving, human relations and more! This edition features more on communication, references Microsoft Office 2007, and expands the office simulation to include both functional and cumulative exercises. New chapters address the medical and legal office and new assignments develop employer-ready skills. New! Updated content includes topics such as: Current office trends The green office Office politics e-Portfolios Displaying good manners Ordering supplies online Visitors and language barriers Complaining customers Steps for keying minutes Steps for PowerPoint 2007 and more!

Offset Lithographic Technology

by Kenneth F. Hird

Offset Lithographic Technology provides extensive coverage of state-of-the-art electronic applications in all areas of printing.

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