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Author : Robert Pearl
Publisher : PublicAffairs
Release : 2021-05-18
Category : Medical
ISBN : 9781541758254
File Size : 42,9 Mb
Total Download : 846


Book Summary: Doctors are taught how to cure people. But they don’t always know how to care for them. Hardly anyone is happy with American healthcare these days. Patients are getting sicker and going bankrupt from medical bills. Doctors are burning out and making dangerous mistakes. Both parties blame our nation’s outdated and dysfunctional healthcare system. But that’s only part of the problem. In this important and timely book, Dr. Robert Pearl shines a light on the unseen and often toxic culture of medicine. Today’s physicians have a surprising disdain for technology, an unhealthy obsession with status, and an increasingly complicated relationship with their patients. All of this can be traced back to their earliest experiences in medical school, where doctors inherit a set of norms, beliefs, and expectations that shape almost every decision they make, with profound consequences for the rest of us. Uncaring draws an original and revealing portrait of what it’s actually like to be a doctor. It illuminates the complex and intimidating world of medicine for readers, and in the end offers a clear plan to save American healthcare.

Caring in Nursing Classics

Author : Marlaine C. Smith,Marian C. Turkel,Zane Robinson Wolf
Publisher : Springer Publishing Company
Release : 2012-12-12
Category : Medical
ISBN : 9780826171115
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Total Download : 125


Book Summary: Print+CourseSmart

How the Uncared-for Epileptic Fares in Illinois

Author : Committee of Fifty for the Investigation of the Liquor Problem
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1912
Category : Epilepsy
ISBN : UIUC:30112084209110
File Size : 48,9 Mb
Total Download : 103


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Author : Yael Navaro,Zerrin Özlem Biner,Alice von Bieberstein,Seda Altuğ
Publisher : University of Pennsylvania Press
Release : 2021-12-21
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9780812253498
File Size : 31,8 Mb
Total Download : 149


Book Summary: Reverberations aims to generate new concepts and methodologies for the study of political violence and its aftermath. Essays attend to the distribution, extension, and endurance of violence across time, space, materialities, and otherworldly dimensions, as well as its embodiment in subjectivities, discourses, and political imaginations.

Unstaging War, Confronting Conflict and Peace

Author : Tony Fry
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2019-07-24
Category : Philosophy
ISBN : 9783030247201
File Size : 45,9 Mb
Total Download : 864


Book Summary: This book presents the concept of ‘unstaging’ war as a strategic response to the failure of the discourse and institutions of peace. This failure is explained by exploring the changing character of conflict in current and emergent global circumstances, such as asymmetrical conflicts, insurgencies, and terrorism. Fry argues that this pluralisation of war has broken the binary relation between war and peace: conflict is no longer self-evident, and consequentially the changes in the conditions, nature, systems, philosophies and technologies of war must be addressed. Through a deep understanding of contemporary war, Fry explains why peace fails as both idea and process, before presenting ‘Unstaging War’ as a concept and nascent practice that acknowledges conflict as structurally present, and so is not able to be dealt with by attempts to create peace. Against a backdrop of increasingly tense relations between global power blocs, the beginnings of a new nuclear arms race, and the ever-increasing human and environmental impacts of climate change, a more viable alternative to war is urgently needed. Unstaging War is not claimed as a solution, but rather as an exploration of critical problems and an opening into the means of engaging with them.

Red Weather

Author : Janet McAdams
Publisher : University of Arizona Press
Release : 2012-04-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780816520350
File Size : 16,9 Mb
Total Download : 300


Book Summary: This trip wasnÕt about her, her need to escape. She had been too young when it happened. Too young to understand what could be worth risking everything for. Even now they seemed na•ve, foolish in their belief that anything could change. They had tried to save a generation. If she couldnÕt save them, she might find a way to finish their story. Ê Neva Greene is seeking answers. Ê The daughter of American Indian activists, Neva hasnÕt seen or heard from her parents since they vanished a decade earlier, after planning an act of resistance that went terribly wrong. Discovering a long-overlooked clue to their disappearance, Neva follows their trail to Central America, leaving behind an uncaring husband, an estranged brother, and a life of lukewarm commitments. Ê Determined to solve the mystery of her parentsÕ disappearance, Neva finds work teaching English in the capital city of tiny Coatepeque, a country torn by its governmentÕs escalating war on its Indigenous population. As the violence and political unrest grow around her, Neva meets a man whose tenderness toward her seems to contradict his shadowy political connections. Ê Against the backdrop of Central American politics, this suspenseful first novel from award-winning poet Janet McAdams explores an important chapter in American Indian history. Through finely drawn,Ê compelling characters and lucidly beautiful prose, Red Weather explores the journey from loss to possibility, from the secrets of the past to the longings of the present.

Model Rules of Professional Conduct

Author : American Bar Association. House of Delegates,Center for Professional Responsibility (American Bar Association)
Publisher : American Bar Association
Release : 2007
Category : Attorney and client
ISBN : 1590318730
File Size : 28,9 Mb
Total Download : 870


Book Summary: The Model Rules of Professional Conduct provides an up-to-date resource for information on legal ethics. Federal, state and local courts in all jurisdictions look to the Rules for guidance in solving lawyer malpractice cases, disciplinary actions, disqualification issues, sanctions questions and much more. In this volume, black-letter Rules of Professional Conduct are followed by numbered Comments that explain each Rule's purpose and provide suggestions for its practical application. The Rules will help you identify proper conduct in a variety of given situations, review those instances where discretionary action is possible, and define the nature of the relationship between you and your clients, colleagues and the courts.