Books in category Medical – Caregiving

  • Dying The Right Way

    Dying The Right Way
    Janice L. Evans

    Dying the Right Way is written for seniors, families, and caregivers.

  • Using Patient Reported Outcomes to Improve Health Care

    Using Patient Reported Outcomes to Improve Health Care
    John Appleby, Nancy Devlin, David Parkin

    What opportunities do these data present?

  • Nursing Assistant Care

    Nursing Assistant Care
    Susan Alvare, Diana Dugan, Jetta Fuzy

    Over 6,000 instructors shared their ideas for the perfect nursing assistant textbook. Nursing Assistant Care is exactly what you asked for: a full-color, up-to-date, affordable book that meets and exceeds federal and state requirements.

  • Healthcare Community Synergism between Patients Practitioners and Researchers

    Healthcare Community Synergism between Patients, Practitioners, and Researchers
    Bryan, Valerie C., Bird, Jennifer Lynne

    Highlighting research methodologies aimed to enrich the quality of available information in healthcare environments, this book is ideally designed for medical professionals, educators, and researchers.

  • Parenting Senior Parents

    Parenting Senior Parents
    Lynn Edwards

    Dr. Lynn Edwards shares with us another in her series of family empowerment books. Parenting Senior Parents is plain talk about tough issues facing us as we take on the care of our aging senior parents.

  • Handbook of Dementia Care

    Handbook of Dementia Care
    Jean M. Stehman

    "A superb book, video, and training manual on dementia care, with emphasis on Alzheimer's disease in day care." — Contemporary Gerontology

  • Faith and Mental Health

    Faith and Mental Health
    Harold G Koenig

    Meticulously researched and documented, Faith and Mental Health includes: Research on the relationship between religion and positive emotions, psychiatric illnesses, and severe and persistent mental disorders Ways in which religion has …

  • Primary Health Care in Cuba

    Primary Health Care in Cuba
    Linda M. Whiteford, Laurence G. Branch

    It has eradicated malaria and polio, and curtailed HIV/AIDS and dengue fever. This book focuses on the successes of Cuba's preventive primary health care system, rather than the deficit of the curative care system.

  • So Far Away

    So Far Away
    Christine W. Hartmann

    A tale of two very different end-of-life journeys and the daughter who survived them

  • Helping Yourself Help Others

    Helping Yourself Help Others
    Rosalynn Carter, Susan K. Golant

    Carter writes, “Caregivers give so much of themselves and sometimes receive very little in return. The purpose of this book is to encourage you, to empathize with you, and to advocate for your special needs.

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