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Everything You Need to Survive the Apocalypse

by Lucas Klauss

A male perspective on sorting love from loss, faith from fear--brimming with humor and romance.Phillip's sophomore year is off to a rough start. One of his best friends ditches him. His track coach singles him out for personalized, torturous training sessions. And his dad decides to clean out all of the emergency supplies from the basement, even though the world could end in disaster at any moment...and even though those supplies are all Phillip has left of his dead mom. Not that he wants to talk about that.But then Phillip meets Rebekah. Not only is she unconventionally hot and smart, but she might like him back. As Phillip gets closer to Rebekah, he tries harder and harder to turn himself into the kind of person he thinks she wants him to be. But the question is, can he become that person? And does he really want to?

Everything You Want to Know About Business Continuity

by Tony Drewitt

Business continuity is crucial to the survival of your business. Learn how to manage it effectively.

The Everything You Wanted To Know About Sports Encyclopedia

by Neil Cohen

A fact-filled encyclopedia loaded with answers to sports questions. There are more than 60 sports covered here. Open to any page, and you'll discover something about sports you never knew before!

Everything You'd Better Know About The Record Industry

by Kashif Gary A. Greenberg

For everyone from the serious musician to parents who have kids that have an interest in becoming professionals in the record industry. It's easy to read and understand. Written to give producers, artists, performers, and music entrepreneurs an inspiring view into the way things should be done in the record industry. Everything You'd Better Know About the Record Industry is about how to find success in the music business and how to make money doing it. It answers all the questions one would have about making it, but more importantly, its answers questions about the record industry that you don't even know to ask.

Everything's an Argument with Readings (5th edition)

by Andrea A. Lunsford John J. Ruszkiewicz Keith Walters

This best-selling combination rhetoric and thematically organized reader shows students how to analyze all kinds of arguments -- not just essays and editorials, but clothes, cars, ads, and Web site designs -- and then how to use what they learn to write their own effective arguments. With engaging, informal, and jargon-free instruction that emphasizes cultural currency, humor, and visual argument, Everything's an Argument is student-centered and immediately accessible. Students like this book because it helps them understand how a world of argument already surrounds them; instructors like it because it helps students construct their own arguments about that world.

Everything's Coming Up Josey

by Susan May Warren

I need you, the tall, good-looking missionary had said. . . ;but he'd been speaking to Josey's entire church at the time. Had she taken it too literally? Because she was no longer in Gull Lake, Minnesota. She was a missionary. In Russia. For a year. True, Josey had wanted to skip town when her sister married her ex, and her secret crush/best friend got engaged. But Russia? Yet after a few weeks the idea grew on her. She could speak enough words to buy fruit at the Moscow market, and the missionary role was feeling. . . ;right (although her bagel-thieving roommate tested her daily). Even the frosty Russian weather was no big deal for this Minnesota girl - it was getting her love life to thaw that was the real challenge!

Everything's Coming Up Rosie

by Kasey Michaels

What's a dedicated bachelor doing at a week-long society wedding celebration? Doug Llewellyn is being bored out of his skull...until a beautiful, unknown woman calls him "darling," then plants a big wet kiss on him. Suddenly boredom is no longer Doug's problem. Rosie Kilgannon, she of the big wet kiss, is also a guest at the wedding, and although she's used Doug as a way to escape an amorous admirer, that kiss was really something else! Why not enjoy each other for the week, no strings attached?Which might have worked, if not for the weeping bride, the suspiciously shifty groom, the neurotic wedding planner...and the fact that True Love often sneaks up on the unwary and belts them right in the chops!

The Everythning® Divining the Future Book

by Jenni Kosarin

The practice of divination can be traced back more than 30,000 years--and it is still practiced today. The Everything Divining the Future Book blends all the best methods together in one volume, enabling you to pick and choose the techniques that best suit your personality and experience. Covering arts such as astrology, palmistry, numerology, tasseography, tarot, and many others, professional psychic Jenni Kosarin provides you with clear, step-by-step instruction on how to start making predictions. Whether you are at a beginner level with the use of tarot cards--or more advanced with I-Ching--The Everything Divining the Future Book is a must-have for all aspiring fortunetellers.

Everywhere She Turns

by Debra Webb

When Dr. CJ Patterson returns to her Southern hometown, she finds herself surrounded by a series of long-buried secrets-- and a killer who seems to know her better than she knows herself... Drugs, prostitution, robbery, homicide-- these are four terms that Dr. CJ Patterson learned all too well growing up on the seamy, forgotten streets of inner-city Huntsville, Alabama. Fiercely determined, CJ worked hard to forget where she came from and become an emergency medicine resident at a prestigious Baltimore hospital. But when her younger sister-- the only family she ever had-- is murdered, CJ is drawn back into the painful past she thought she'd left behind. Her unrelenting investigation uncovers a highly sophisticated web of shocking family secrets, dark obsession, and brutal violence and a killer who will stop at nothing to keep her from learning the truth...

Everywhere That Mary Went (Rosado and Associates #1)

by Lisa Scottoline

Mary DiNunzio has been slaving away for the past eight years trying to make partner in her cutthroat Philadelphia law firm. She's too busy to worry about the crank phone calls she's been getting --until they fall into a sinister pattern. The phone rings as soon as she gets to work, then as soon as she gets home. Mary can't shake the sensation that someone is watching her, following her every move. The shadowboxing turns deadly when her worst fears are realized, and she has to fight for something a lot more important than partnership --her life.

Evia: Travels on an Undiscovered Greek Island

by Sara Wheeler

The seahorse-shaped island of Evia -- Euboia in classical history and Negroponte for many centuries -- is the second largest in Greece, yet it is almost completely undiscovered by tourists.

Evidence-Based Chronic Pain Management

by Cathy Stannard Jane Ballantyne Eija Kalso

A genuine evidence-based text for optimum pain relief in various chronic conditionsContributes an important advance in the practice of pain management providing the information on which to build more coherent and standardised strategies for relief of patient sufferingAnswers questions about which are the most effective methods, AND those which are not effective yet continue to be usedIncludes discussion of the positive and the negative evidence, and addresses the grey areas where evidence is ambivalentWritten by the world's leading experts in evidence-based pain management this is a seminal text in the field of pain

Evidence Based Coaching Handbook

by Grant Anthony M. Stober Dianne R.

The first reference to bring scientifically proven approaches to the practice of personal and executive coaching The Evidence Based Coaching Handbook applies recent behavioral science research to executive and personal coaching, bringing multiple disciplines to bear on why and how coaching works. A groundbreaking resource for this burgeoning profession, this text presents several different coaching approaches along with the empirical and theoretical knowledge base supporting each. Recognizing the special character of coaching-that the coaching process is non-medical, collaborative, and highly contextual-the authors lay out an evidence-based coaching model that allows practitioners to integrate their own expertise and the needs of their individual clients with the best current knowledge. This gives coaches the ability to better understand and optimize their own coaching interventions, while not having to conform to a single, rigidly defined practice standard. The Evidence Based Coaching Handbook looks at various approaches and applies each to the same two case studies, demonstrating through this practical comparison the methods, assumptions, and concepts at work in the different approaches. The coverage includes: An overview: a contextual model of coaching approaches Systems and complexity theory The behavioral perspective The humanistic perspective Cognitive coaching Adult development theory An integrative, goal-focused approach Psychoanalytically informed coaching Positive psychology An adult learning approach An adventure-based framework Culture and coaching

Evidence-Based Design of Elementary and Secondary Schools

by Peter Lippman

An in-depth, evidence-based design approach to the design of elementary and secondary schools The contemporary school must be a vibrant, living extension of its community. Evidence-Based Design of Elementary and Secondary Schools instructs design professionals on how to successfully achieve this goal. With assistance from research-intensive principles grounded in theories, concepts, and research methodologies-and with roots in the behavioral sciences-this book examines and provides strategies for pooling streams of information to establish a holistic design approach that is responsive to the changing needs of educators and their students. This book: Delivers an overview of the current research and learning theories in education, and how they apply to contemporary school design Explores the history of school design in the United States Examines the role of information technology in education Includes case studies of more than twenty exemplary school designs, based on research of the best physical environments for learning and education Considers what learning environments may be in the near future Evidence-Based Design of Elementary and Secondary Schools analyzes the current shift toward a modern architectural paradigm that balances physical beauty, and social awareness, and building technologies with functionality to create buildings that optimize the educational experience for all learners. Enlightening as well as informative, this forward-thinking guide provides educational facility planners, designers, and architects with the tools they need to confidently approach their next school building project. In addition, this guide provides administrators, educators, and researchers with design options for rethinking and creating innovative learning environments.

Evidence-Based Diagnosis

by Thomas B. Newman Michael A. Kohn

Evidence-Based Diagnosis is a textbook about diagnostic, screening, and prognostic tests in clinical medicine. The authors' approach is based on many years of experience teaching physicians in a clinical research training program. Although requiring only a minimum of mathematics knowledge, the quantitative discussions in this book are deeper and more rigorous than in most introductory texts. The book includes numerous worked examples and 60 problems (with answers) based on real clinical situations and journal articles. The book will be helpful and accessible to anyone seeking to select, develop, or market medical tests. Topics covered include: the diagnostic process, test reliability and accuracy, likelihood ratios, and ROC curves, testing and treatment thresholds, critical appraisal of studies of diagnostic, screening and prognostic tests, test independence and methods of combining tests, quantifying treatment benefits using randomized trials and observational studies, Bayesian interpretation of P values and confidence intervals and challenges for evidence-based diagnosis and evidence-based medicine.

Evidence-Based Nephrology

by Donald A. Molony Jonathan C. Craig

This book covers the management of all major renal diseases from an evidence-based and patient-centred approach. With contributions from leading international experts who have a real understanding of evidence-based medicine it provides recommendations on treatment regimens to adopt for individual patients that are most strongly supported by the evidence.The inclusion of the latest observational and epidemiological data, as well as randomized controlled trial evidence ensures that the book properly reflects the current state of evidence available for nephrological practice. It will be a useful aid to all clinicians, including those caring for transplant and pediatric patients, as it covers the major clinical questions encountered by nephrologists.This reference is an invaluable source of evidence-based information distilled into guidance for clinical practice which will be welcomed by practitioners, trainees and associated health professionals.

Evidence-Based Nursing Care for Stroke and Neurovascular Conditions

by Sheila A. Alexander

With the aging population ever growing, healthcare for persons suffering from stroke and related illnesses is increasingly important. Evidence-Based Nursing Care for Stroke and Neurovascular Conditions provides a comprehensive and practical guide for novice, experienced and advanced practice nurses working with patients suffering from stroke and other neurovascular conditions.With a focus specifically on neurovascular disorders, this highly detailed text offers easy-to-find information on evidence-based care guidelines. The book begins with a thorough introduction to normal cerebrovascular anatomy and physiology and common pathologic mechanisms, describing the unique challenges in working with this patient group. Later chapters provide the pathophysiology, diagnostic and current nursing interventions for the care of patients with neurovascular disorders including transient ischemic attacks, ischemic stroke, hemorrhagic stroke, Moyamoya, Migraines and more.Evidence-Based Nursing Care for Stroke and Neurovascular Conditions is a must-have resource for practitioners caring for patients enduring stroke and other neurovascular conditions.

Evidence-Based Practice and Intellectual Disabilities

by Peter Sturmey Robert Didden

Evidence-Based Practice and Intellectual Disabilities responds to the recent increased focus on, and need for, the use of evidence-based practice (EBP) in treating intellectual disabilities.The first book wholly dedicated to addressing EBP specifically in relation to intellectual disabilitiesProvides clinical guidelines based on the strength of evidence of treatments for a given problematic behavioral topography or disorderHighly relevant to a wide-ranging audience, including professionals working in community services, clinicians and parents and carers

Evidence-based Practice for the Helping Professions: A Practical Guide with Integrated Multimedia

by Leonard E. Gibbs

Practitioners in the helping professions make life-affecting judgments and decisions. This new integrated learning package seeks to improve practice reasoning through principles of logical thinking and evidence-based practice.

Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work

by James W. Drisko Melissa D Grady

Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work introduces the key ideas of evidence-based clinical social work practice and their thoughtful application. It intends to inform practitioners and to address the challenges and needs faced in real world practice. This book lays out the many strengths of the EBP model, but also offers perspectives on its limitations and challenges. An appreciative but critical perspective is offered throughout. Practical issues (agency supports, access to research resources, help in appraising research) are addressed - and some practical solutions offered. Ethical issues in assessment/diagnosis, working with diverse families to make treatment decisions, and delivering complex treatments requiring specific skill sets are also included.

Evidence-based Practice in Social Work

by Karin Crawford Ian Mathews

At a time when the credibility of social work is again being questioned, this book offers a critical approach to the debate concerning the reliability and validity of the evidence, research and knowledge that underpins professional social work practice. It critiques the notion of 'evidence' and argues that 'knowledge' is a much broader, more appropriate concept to consider. There is analysis of the different components and sources of this knowledge and an exploration of the often discordant interface between practice and knowledge. Finally, it supports the view that knowledge can be actively developed and tested by a range of people.

Evidence-Based Practices and Treatments for Children with Autism

by Fred R. Volkmar Peter Doehring Domenic V. Cicchetti Brian Reichow

Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) have been increasingly diagnosed in recent years and carries with it far reaching social and financial implications. With this in mind, educators, physicians, and parents are searching for the best practices and most effective treatments. But because the symptoms of ASDs span multiple domains (e.g., communication and language, social, behavioral), successfully meeting the needs of a child with autism can be quite challenging. Evidence-Based Practices and Treatments for Children with Autism offers an insightful and balanced perspective on topics ranging from the historical underpinnings of autism treatment to the use of psychopharmacology and the implementation of evidence-based practices (EBPs). An evaluation methodology is also offered to reduce the risks and inconsistencies associated with the varying definitions of key autism terminology. This commitment to clearly addressing the complex issues associated with ASDs continues throughout the volume and provides opportunities for further research. Additional issues addressed include: Behavioral excesses and deficits treatmentCommunication treatmentSocial awareness and social skills treatmentDietary, complementary, and alternative treatmentsImplementation of EBPs in school settingsInterventions for sensory dysfunctionWith its holistic and accessible approach, Evidence-Based Practices and Treatments for Children with Autism is a vital resource for school psychologists and special education professionals as well as allied mental health professionals, including clinical child and developmental psychologists, psychiatrist, pediatricians, primary care and community providers.

Evidence-Based Practices for Christian Counseling and Psychotherapy

by Eric L. Johnson Jamie D. Aten Joshua N. Hook Everett L. Worthington

Are Christian treatments as effective as secular treatments? What is the evidence to support its success?Christians engaged in the fields of psychology, psychotherapy and counseling are living in a unique moment. Over the last couple decades, these fields have grown more and more open to religious belief and religion-accommodative therapies. At the same time, Christian counselors and psychotherapists encounter pressure (for example, from insurance companies) to demonstrate that their accommodative therapies are as beneficial as secular therapies. This raises the need for evidence to support Christian practices and treatments. The essays gathered in this volume explore evidence-based Christian treatments, practices, factors and principles. The authors mine the relevant research and literature to update practicing psychotherapists, clinical researchers, students, teachers and educated laypersons about the efficacy of certain Christian-accommodative therapies. Topics covered in the book include:devotional meditationcognitive-behavior therapypsychodynamic and process-experiential therapiescouples, marriage and family therapygroup interventionThe book concludes with a review of the evidence for the various treatments discussed in the chapters, a guide for conducting clinical trials that is essential reading for current or aspiring researchers, and reflections by the editors about the future of evidence-based Christian practices. As the editors say, "more research is necessary. " To that end, this volume is a major contribution to a field of inquiry that, while still in its infancy, promises to have enormous implications for future work in Christian counseling and psychotherapy.

Evidence-Based Psychotherapies for Children and Adolescents, Second Edition

by John Weisz Alan Kazdin

Widely regarded as a premier text and clinical resource, this book presents exemplary treatment approaches for a broad range of social, emotional, and behavioral problems in children and adolescents. Concise chapters from leading authorities describe the conceptual underpinnings of each therapy, how interventions are delivered on a session-by-session basis, and what the research shows about treatment effectiveness. Contributors discuss recommended manuals and other clinical and training resources and provide details on how to obtain them. New to This Edition Significantly revised and expanded to incorporate current findings and treatment advances. Treatments for additional disorders obsessive compulsive disorder, substance use disorders, and posttraumatic stress disorder. An entire section (7 chapters) on implementation and dissemination challenges in real-world clinical settings, including a chapter on cultural diversity issues.

The Evidence for God

by Paul K. Moser

If God exists, where can we find adequate evidence for God's existence? In this book, Paul Moser offers a new perspective on the evidence for God that centers on a morally robust version of theism that is cognitively resilient. The resulting evidence for God is not speculative, abstract, or casual. Rather, it is morally and existentially challenging to humans, as they themselves responsively and willingly become evidence of God's reality in receiving and reflecting God's moral character for others. Moser calls this "personifying evidence of God," because it requires the evidence to be personified in an intentional agent - such as a human - and thereby to be inherent evidence of an intentional agent. Contrasting this approach with skepticism, scientific naturalism, fideism, and natural theology, Moser also grapples with the potential problems of divine hiddenness, religious diversity, and vast evil.

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