Pop Praxisorientierte Pflegediagnostik

Author: Harald Stefan
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3709112842
Size: 54.22 MB
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PraxisOrientierte Pflegediagnostik steht für ressourcenorientiertes Diagnostizieren. Dabei werden Potenziale, Risiken und Defizite von Patienten gleichermaßen berücksichtigt. Die Autoren stellen in dem Band über 150 Pflegediagnosen vor: mit klaren Definitionen, konkreten Ressourcen sowie pflegerelevanten Ätiologien und Risikofaktoren. Für die 2. Auflage wurden Erfahrungen mit der Erstauflage eingearbeitet, neue Pflegephänomene aufgenommen und Diagnosen ergänzt. Mit beiliegender CD-ROM und pflegediagnoseorientiertem Anamnesebogen als Hilfsmittel.

Was Schulen F R Ihre Guten Sch Lerinnen Und Sch Ler Tun K Nnen

Author: Petra Steinheider
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3658040025
Size: 54.67 MB
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Die PISA-Ergebnisse zeigen, wie berechtigt die Forderung nach besseren Lernchancen nicht nur für die schwächeren, sondern auch für die begabteren und leistungsstärkeren Schülerinnen und Schüler ist. Immer noch schneiden deutsche SchülerInnen in der Spitzengruppe deutlich schlechter ab, als SchülerInnen aus Ländern mit gleich hohen Bildungsausgaben und ähnlichen gesellschaftlichen Voraussetzungen. Begabte Kinder sollten von uns jede erdenkliche Hilfe erhalten, denn sie sind schließlich unsere Lebensversicherung für die Zukunft. Dieses berechtigte Anliegen nach optimaler Förderung auch für die Besten geht grundsätzlich alle Schulformen an und umfasst alle Altersgruppen. Dabei kann es nicht ausschließlich darum gehen, für jeden speziellen Einzelfall die richtige Lösung zu finden. Eine Hochbegabtenförderung sollte sich vorrangig als Schulentwicklungsaufgabe verstehen und systemische Lösungsansätze anzubieten haben, welche über die individuelle Ebene hinaus präventiv zu wirken vermögen. Dieses Buches soll dazu beitragen, die „normale“ Schule so attraktiv zu gestalten, dass begabte Kinder ihre kognitiven Herausforderungen nicht außerhalb der Schule suchen müssen.

Byways And Bylines

Author: Harvey Currell
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1426910479
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Besides holding down a full-time editor's job on a big city daily newspaper, Harvey Currell used his spare time for 49 years at the work he loved best-combing the byways and backwoods of Ontario-and infrequently even England and the eastern U.S.-in search of fascinating destinations never discovered by travelers who stick to the superhighways. Every week he distilled his adventures into a Trips column-from 1958 to 1971 for The Toronto Telegram and from 1971 to 2007 for The Toronto Sun. On many of his early expeditions he had two eager passengers, his young daughter and son. They would listen carefully as Harvey interviewed foresters, naturalists, archaeologists, farmers, conservation officers, potters, woodcarvers, trappers, glass blowers, gliders, cabinet makers and dozens of other specialists in many fields. At the conclusion of Harvey's interview, the kids would take over and ask their own questions. Often they would make notes to share their information at school the following week, sometimes before Dad's story had appeared in the paper. Newspaper readers clipped and saved the columns, sometimes for years, before going on the trips. In Byways and Bylines, Harvey recreates 32 memorable trips while sharing his own life story.

Kids Skills

Author: Ben Furman
Publisher:
ISBN: 9789525174182
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Israel The Impossible Land

Author: Jean-Christophe Attias
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804741668
Size: 28.22 MB
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What has the land of Israel meant for the Jewish imagination? This book provides a lively and readable answer, covering Biblical times to the present. Its aim is to pierce the mystery of the images of Israel, to grasp their meaning and function, to trace their origins and history, and to resituate in historical terms the fertile mythology that has peopled and continues to people the Jewish imagination, interposing a screen between a people and their land. Describing the real, however, is not sufficient to disqualify the myths. The authors believe, with the famous French historian Pierre Vidal-Naquet, that: “Things are not so simple. Myth is not opposed to the real as the false to the true; myth accompanies the real.” Today, Israel is an undeniable fact and no longer has to legitimize its existence. It is in the midst of living through the crises of adulthood. The authors simply want to reconstitute and trace the genealogies of these contemporary crises. Only upon a clear understanding of this present and this past can a future be constructed.

Family Based Services

Author: Insoo Kim Berg
Publisher: W. W. Norton
ISBN: 9780393701623
Size: 25.28 MB
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This book is for those who "work in the trenches" of child welfare and family services. Caseworkers often go into the worst situations and have insufficient time to make effective interventions. By applying the principles of brief, solution-focused therapy to family-based services, social service workers can deliver treatment that is cost-effective, humane, and empowering to families. For professionals unfamiliar with the theory and concepts of brief therapy, Berg describes the process in a step-by-step fashion. She gives clear guidelines on what to cover in assessment interviews, how to talk to clients so they will listen to you and feel heard by you, how to conduct yourself in a client's home, what to do about dangerous situations, and how a solution-focused approach can be adapted to a variety of service programs. Case examples illustrate different techniques, and sample assessment forms are included, which can be adapted to different agency needs. Workers can engage clients in productive problem solving by concentrating on what clients do right, rather than what they do wrong. With this book in hand, workers have a useful tool for empowering families.

Life Sentence

Author: Victor Davis
Publisher: Pen Press
ISBN: 9781907499661
Size: 10.47 MB
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Set part in the USA and part in the England, Life Sentence is a gripping tale - especially for someone seeking eternal life. This is Davis' fourth novel.

Meaningful Work Viktor Frankl S Legacy For The 21st Century

Author: Beate von Devivere
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319897918
Size: 70.63 MB
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This book offers meaningful work as one of the most relevant issues for 21st century workplaces, and organizations seeking to develop leadership and drive positive change. It uses Viktor Frankl’s legacy as a scientific and philosophical pioneer, while combining cutting edge research findings from the behavioural sciences, organizational and management research, and human resource development with outstanding examples of new work approaches of leadership from around the globe. In order to respond to 21st century demands on meaningful work, this book harnesses the power of living meaning, values, purpose and compassion in workplaces. Beate von Devivere shows managers, human resources experts, consultants, coaches, medical experts, students and counsellors as well as all dedicated individuals, how to find meaning in their organizations, their teams and individual functions and challenges, bringing Viktor Frankl’s approach to today’s workplaces. Integrating a wide range of knowledge and expertise, this book covers organizational development, management practice, and findings from psychology, neuroscience as well as therapeutic approaches and new work concepts. Meaningful work is promoting an integrated approach for the ‘Copernican turn’, further promoting meaningful work, purpose and a good life.

Lick Me

Author: Cherry Vanilla
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 156976803X
Size: 73.61 MB
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Steeped in sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll, "Lick Me "takes the reader on a juicy journey through the life and times of the infamous Cherry Vanilla. A wunderkind on Madison Avenue in the swinging sixties, Cherry soon found fame as a DJ in clubs in Manhattan and on the French Riviera. She starred in Andy Warhol's play "Pork "in London while gaining notoriety as a groupie, sleeping with musicians ranging from Leon Russell to Kris Kristofferson. Working as David Bowie's PR lady (and occasional lover), she played a major part in introducing him to the U.S. market. She was on the.