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The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside
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“Like all doctors, I collect stories…” From one of America’s most renowned and beloved doctors, and best-selling winner of the National Book Award, comes a remarkable book that brings together the stories of doctors collected over 30…
The Theft Of Memory: Losing My Father, One Day At A Time
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National Book Award winner Jonathan Kozol is best known for his fifty years of work among our nation's poorest and most vulnerable children. Now, in the most personal book of his career, he tells the story of his father's life and work as a nationally noted…
Clearly Outstanding - A Practical Guide To Creating Outstanding Practice In Early Years Settings
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Clearly Outstanding is a practical guide aimed at helping managers and owners of Day Care Settings be confident in their leadership and management capabilities and develop the strategies and tools for creating the vision and systems to achieve truly outstanding…
Cancer Caregiving A-to-Z: An At-Home Guide for Patients and Families
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Winner: 2011 National Health Information Award, Silver, Health Promotion/Disease Prevention; 2011 National Indie Excellence Award, Self-Help, General; 2009 National Health Information Award, Silver; 2009 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award ——— Whether…
What Not to Say to a Cancer Patient: How to Talk about Cancer and Create a Supportive Network
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A four-year survivor of stage IV papillary thyroid cancer, Paul Bishop offers the newly diagnosed practical advice to effectively manage their energy, resources, and emotions. To those around them he shares an inside perspective into the thoughts, hopes, and…
Cuidar siempre es posible: Cuando Los Médicos No Curan, Siempre Pueden Cuidar
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The ins and outs of palliative care, including accepting the inevitable outcome of an illness and easing painful symptoms, are detailed in this guide for caretakers, whether they be health care professionals or family members. Providing advice about and…
Life Has Begun

Life Has Begun

Rick Jacobs

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|April 26, 2007

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Rick Jacobs and his wife, Susie, were enjoying the perfect life: happily married for more than twenty years, four healthy children, a successful family business, and a seemingly bright and happy future. In late summer of 2001, their idyllic world was shattered…
Ways You Can Help: Creative, Practical Suggestions for Family and Friends of Patient Care
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Drawing on her own personal experience, Margaret Cooke offers sensitive, sensible advice to anyone who feels awkward or uncomfortable near people in emotional or physical pain.
Giving Comfort: What You Can Do When Someone You Love Is Ill
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For the friends and family of someone who is ill, here is a practical and inspirational guide that shows how to provide emotional support, while presenting more than 300 ways to make sick loved ones more comfortable.
Caregiving Insights: Lessons Learned

Caregiving Insights: Lessons Learned

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|November 5, 2019

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Caregiving can be lonely, no matter what stage you’re at. Millions of people worldwide struggle with caring for loved ones while still trying to care for themselves. You don’t need to learn about caregiving all on your own. In Caregiving Insights , author Lise…
The Selfish Pig's Guide To Caring: How to Cope With the Emotional and Practical Aspects of Caring…
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Six million people in the UK, often unnoticed by the rest of us, provide unpaid care for disabled or elderly relatives, friends or neighbours. Their job is long, lonely and hard, yet there is limited support and no formal training. As a result, carers suffer…
Suggestion Language in Medical Care: How to Talk to Patients to Promote Trust and Cooperation
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The ability to communicate gently and effectively in the medical setting is an important acquired skill for clinicians. In Suggestion Language in Medical Care: How to Talk to Patients to Promote Trust and Cooperation, Dr. F. Ralph Berberich explores the impact of…
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