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Healing with the Arts

by M.D., Michael Samuels Ph.D., Mary Lane

Heal yourself and your community with this proven 12-week program that uses the arts to awaken your innate healing abilities. Acclaimed by hospitals and caretakers from around the world, Healing with the Arts brings a tried and true program out of the medical field and into your home and neighborhood. Improve your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health in just 12 weeks. Whether you are ill, suffering from emotional trauma, or looking to unite your community, the arts become the conduit to restore your wellness and thrive in life. Dr. Michael Samuels and Dr. Mary Rockwood Lane created and developed this unique and powerful process to help anyone heal. Through innovative art projects--from the visual arts, movement and dance, writing, and music--along with spiritual practices and guided imagery, readers learn to get in touch with their inner muse and inner healer. Based on years of research and experience in the medical community, Healing with the Arts sets the stage for a more meaningful and healthier existence.

Healing Your Emotional Self

by Beverly Engel

Healing Your Emotional Self "Emotionally abusive parents are indeed toxic parents, and they cause significant damage to their children's self-esteem, self-image, and body image. In this remarkable book, Beverly Engel shares her powerful Mirror Therapy program for helping adult survivors to overcome their shame and self-criticism, become more compassionate and accepting of themselves, and create a more posititve self-image. I strongly recommend it for anyone who was abused or neglected as a child. " --Susan Forward, Ph. D. , author of Toxic Parents "In this book, Beverly Engel documents the wide range of psychological abuses that so many children experience in growing up. Her case examples and personal accounts are poignant and powerful reminders that as adults, many of us are still limited by the defenses we formed when trying to protect ourselves in the face of the painful circumstances we found ourselves in as children. Engle's insightful questionnaires and exercises provide concrete help in the healing process, and her writing style is lively and engaging. This book is destined to positively affect many lives. " --Joyce Catlett, M. A. , coauthor of Fear of Intimacy The Emotionally Abusive Relationship "Beverly Engel clearly and with caring offers step-by-step strategies to stop emotional abuse . . . helping both victims and abusers to identify the patterns of this painful and traumatic type of abuse. " --Marti Tamm Loring, Ph. D. , author of Emotional Abuse Loving Him without Losing You "A powerful and practical guide to relationships that every woman should read. " --Barbara De Angelis, Ph. D. , author of Are You the One for Me?

Healing Your Rift with God: A Guide to Spiritual Renewal and Ultimate Healing

by Paul Sibcy

Few people escape what Paul Sibcy calls a rift with God. Most often the rift starts with a childhood event -- in his own case, the suicide of his father -- that wounds the soul and induces spiritual alienation. In later life, the rift can manifest itself in a variety of ways, from spiritual longing to physical illness. For more than two decades, Paul Sibcy has been helping people heal their wounded souls. Now, drawing on his own spiritual odyssey as well as on the experiences of people he has counseled, he shows how to mend a rift with God. Sibcy demonstrates how physical wellness is intimately connected with spiritual wholeness. He describes the five major types of "soul wounds" and presents a detailed five- step program for spiritual recovery. For everyone who feels alienated by modern life, this book offers a breakthrough plan for renewal and wellness.


by Pruitt Allegrante Prothrow-Stith

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Health and Physical Education

by Judith Miller Deborah Callcott Susan Wilson-Gahan

Health and Physical Education empowers the health and physical education teachers of tomorrow to engage students across a wide range of learning ages. It highlights the importance of physical skills development within the broader structure of child and adolescent maturity. This well-structured and engaging text considers the role of health and physical education within the wider educational experience, and provides a comprehensive overview of the skills and theory required to teach health and physical education in Australian schools. Health and Physical Education is based on current research literature and is enhanced by a range of valuable teaching resources - including further reading, end-of-chapter questions and case studies - intended to extend and develop students' learning. It is accompanied by an extensive companion website, http://www. cambridge. edu. au/academic/hpe.

Health and Wellness

by Linda Meeks Philip Heit Randy Page

This book is a comprehensive health guide containing a lot of learning materials on topics covering Mental and Emotional Health, Family and Social Health, Growth and Development, Nutrition, Personal Health and Physical Activity, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs, Communicable and Chronic Diseases, Consumer and Community Health and Environmental Health, Injury Prevention and Safety.

Health and Wellness

by Adam Miller Eve Hartman Wendy Meshbesher

Your body is far more complex than any machine and performs more tasks than a computer, so it is in your best interest to take care of it! 'Health and Wellness' explains how your body grows and works to protect you from getting ill. It also explains what is needed to keep your body clean, healthy, and running smoothly. It's important stuff to know. After all, it's the only body you will ever have! Sci-Hi is an engaging, comprehensive, and visually stimulating series that takes learning science core curriculum to a whole new level.

Health and Wellness (7th Edition)

by Kelli Mccormack Brown Eric Golanty Gordon Edlin

A text for an introductory class about health. Textbook has not been proofread.

Health and Wellness (Grade 5)

by Linda Meeks Philip Heit

A textbook designed to educate children on healthy choices of life in every aspect.

Health Care Quality Management

by Thomas K. Ross

In today's challenging health care environment, health care organizations are faced with improving patient outcomes, redesigning business processes, and executing quality and risk management initiatives. Health Care Quality Management offers an introduction to the field and practice of quality management and reveals the best practices and strategies health care organizations can adopt to improve patient outcomes and program quality.Filled with illustrative case studies that show how business processes can be restructured to achieve improvements in quality, risk reduction, and other key business results and outcomesClearly demonstrates how to effectively use process analysis tools to identify issues and causes, select corrective actions, and monitor implemented solutionsIncludes vital information on the use of statistical process control to monitor system performance (variables) and outcomes (attributes)Also contains multiple data sets that can be used to practice the skills and tools discussed and reviews examples of where and how the tools have been applied in health careProvides information on root cause analysis and failure mode effects analysis and offers, as discussion, the clinical tools and applications that are used to improve patient careBy emphasizing the tools of statistics and information technology, this book teaches future health care professionals how to identify opportunities for quality improvement and use the tools to make those improvements.

Health Care USA

by Harry A. Sultz Kristina M. Young

Health Care USA, Seventh Edition, Offers Students Of Health Administration, Medicine, Public Health, And Related Fields The Most Comprehensive Overview Of America's Health Care System Under A Single Cover. Combining Historical Perspective With Analysis Of Modern Trends, This Expanded Edition Charts The Evolution Of Modern American Health Care, Providing A Complete Examination Of Its Organization And Delivery While Offering Critical Insight Into The Issues That The U. S. Health System Faces Today. From A Physician-Dominated System To One Defined By Managed Care And Increasingly Sophisticated Technology, This Essential Text Explains The Transformation Underway And The Professional, Political, Social, And Economic Forces That Guide It Today And Will In The Future. Exhaustive In Breadth And Balanced In Perspective, Health Care USA, Seventh Edition, Provides Students With A Clearly Organized, Straightforward Illustration Of The Complex Structures, Relationships And Processes Of This Rapidly Growing, $2. 5 Trillion Industry. The Seventh Edition Has Been Thoroughly Revised To Reflect Recent Developments In This Dynamic Industry. The Latest Edition Features: - A Comprehensive Overview Of The Complex And Evolving U. S. Health Care System, Plus Revised Data, Material And Analysis Throughout. - The Latest Benchmark Developments In Health Care, Including The Response Of Public Health To Swine Flu And The Obama Administration's Health Care Reform. - A Look At The Recent Recession's Effects On Hospital Finances. - New Projections And Data Trends On The Country's Health Care Spending. - A Forward-Looking Perspective On The Future Of The U. S. Health Care System.

Health For Christian Schools

by Anna Turner David Rhodes

Provide your junior-high (Health Level I) or senior high (Health Level II) with an understanding of the basic needs of the human body. Help him learn to promote his health physically, emotionally, intellectually, socially, includes the additional notes and activities required to teach Level II Health. The student text covers a variety of topics including nutrition, exercise, personal hygiene, safety, and disease.

Health For Life

by Charles B. Corbin Julius B. Richmond Elenore T. Pounds

Julius, Elenore and Charles explore on ways to make every reader feel good, look good and most of all, have total lifestyle changes by living a healthy life. It has a total of 10 chapters, conducting an in-depth study as: Chapter 1 Learning About Yourself Chapter 2 Growing and Changing Chapter 3 Choosing Foods for Good Health Chapter 4 Becoming Physically Fit Chapter 5 Safety and First Aid Chapter 6 Drugs: What They Are and What They Do Chapter 7 Fighting Against Disease Chapter 8 Daily Care for Good Health Chapter 9 Your Decisions as a Health Consumer Chapter 10 Working for a Healthy Community

Health: Grade 3

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

McGraw-Hill Health was created to help you explore all aspects of your health. The lessons, features, questions, and activities are designed to help you be as healthy as you can be.

A Health Handbook for Women with Disabilities

by Jane Maxwell Julia Watts Belser Darlena David

A health-related manual for women with disabilities.

Health Information: Management of a Strategic Resource (4th Edition)

by Mervat Abdelhak Sara Grostick Mary Alice Hanken

Written for use in Health Information Management courses within the HIA curriculum, this text emphasizes the deployment of information technology and the role of the HIM professional in the development of the electronic health record.

Health Literacy

by Institute of Medicine Lyla M. Hernandez Roundtable on Health Literacy Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice

The roots of health literacy can be traced back to the national literacy movement in India under Gandhi and to aid groups working in Africa to promote education and health. The term health literacy was first used in 1974 and described as "health education meeting minimal standards for all school grade levels". From that first use the definition of health literacy evolved during the next 30 years with official definitions promulgated by government agencies and large programs. Despite differences among these definitions, they all hold in common the idea that health literacy involves the need for people to understand information that helps them maintain good health. Although the United States produces a majority of the research on health literacy, Europe has strong multinational programs as well as research efforts, and health literacy experts in developing countries have created successful programs implemented on a community level. Given these distinct strengths of efforts worldwide, there are many opportunities for collaboration. International collaboration can harness the United States' research power, Europe's multilingual and multinational experience, and developing nations' community-based programs to create robust programs and research that reach people--not based on language or nationality but on need and value. A workshop on international health literacy efforts that feature presentations and discussion about health literacy interventions from various countries as well as other topics related to international health literacy was held as the basis for this report. Health Literacy: Improving Health, Health Systems, and Health Policy Around the World summarizes the findings and discussions at the workshop.

Health: Making Life Choices

by Frances Sizer Webb Linda Kelly Debruyne

Making Life Choices is What Good Health is All About! Health: Making Life Choicesgives students the important decision-making skills and information they need to promote their own good health. It teaches the self-responsibility and skills needed to allow students to make wise lifestyle choices--the key to living a long and happy life. Topics include: Family Life, Dealing with Conflicts, Alternative Therapies, The Environment and Your Health, Teenagers and Violence, and Refusal Skills.

Health Now

by Linda B. White

Intended for the college-level Personal Health course. Health Now: An Integrative Approach to Personal Health by Linda B. White, M.D. covers the concepts you expect but adds a few important innovations that will capture students' attention and help you deliver the most current content. White pays far more than lip service to the rise of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).

The Health of Nations: Infectious Disease, Environmental Change, and Their Effects on National Security and Development

by Andrew T. Price-Smith

Smith investigates the influence of infectious disease on nations' stability and prosperity. He also provides a theoretical and empirical foundation for the emerging field of health security.

Health Policy

by Dr Iain Crinson

This textbook provides a critical assessment of developments in health and healthcare policy within the UK and Europe. Each chapter integrates conceptual themes drawn from the fields of sociology and political science to offer a unique combination of theory, historical detail and wider social commentary. The book is divided into four sections: - Section One establishes a theoretical basis for the analysis of contemporary health policy. - Section Two examines the key constituents of health care 'systems', which includes a comparative analysis of EU member states. - Section Three focuses on contemporary health care policy and provision in the UK. - Section Four assesses the increasingly limited ability of national governments to reduce threats to the health of their populations. Written in an accessible style, the student-friendly approach highlights key concepts and includes introductions, summaries and examples of further reading. Each chapter also includes case studies and activities which encourage the reader to think about the planning, implementation and assessment of specific healthcare policies. This is a timely and authoritative textbook that covers a key topic of the curriculum while also contributing to topical debates. The book will be essential reading for healthcare and social science students taking modules in health policy, and will also be of interest to policy makers and practitioners in the field of healthcare.

Health: Prentice Hall Health Human Sexuality Supplement

by B. E. Pruitt John P. Allegrante Deborah Prothrow-Stith

As a teen, you are growing--physically, emotionally, mentally, socially, and creatively. And you are becoming more aware of your sexuality--everything about you that relates to, reflects, or expresses maleness or femaleness.

Health Psychology

by Michael Murray David F. Marks Brian Evans Emee Vida Estacio

This book provides an introduction to key theoretical and methodological issues in developing a critical health psychology. It considers alternatives to the positivist assumptions underlying traditional health psychology, and proposes a reconstructed discipline that on the one hand delves into the experience of health and illness, and on the other engages with the social and political aspects of the subject. Containing carefully edited contributions from key thinkers in the field, it provides a coherent critique of mainstream health psychology.

Health Psychology, Eighth Edition (International Edition 2012)

by Shelley E. Taylor

The book highlights health issues that face the college student and his or her family through both accessible research examples and profiles of interventions such as coping with stress, maintaining physical health, and making decisions about alcohol and smoking. This edition contains clear descriptions of current research into the prevention, treatment, and causes (social, genetic, and biological) of specific health related disorders.

Health: The Reader's Digest Version

by Editors of Reader's Digest

It takes 11 years of study to become a doctor-a fact that makes good health sound awfully complicated. But it shouldn't be! You just need someone to help sort through all the conflicting voices and studies to find the truly great nuggets of wisdom and advice. We've done just that! In Health... The Reader's Digest Version veteran health journalist and book author Joe Kita and the editors of Reader's Digest magazine distill the best knowledge about health into simple advice you can start using right now. Whether it's sleeping better, picking a doctor, losing weight, lowering cholesterol, or finding more energy come 8:00 in the evening, here are the proven, simple ways to achieve your goals. Discover specific ways to: Live to be 100 Hang on to your hair Lower stress by 75 percent Get rid of a cold Avoid food-borne illness Prevent diabetes Outsmart a restaurant menu Heal yourself with mind power Assess alternative therapies End back pain forever

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