William A. Barnett is Oswald Distinguished Professor of Macroeconomics
at the University of Kansas. He was previously Research Economist
at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in
Washington, DC; Stuart Centennial Professor of Economics at the University
of Texas at Austin; and Professor of Economics at Washington
University in St. Louis. William Barnett has been a leading researcher in
macroeconomics and econometrics.
This is a spectacular resource for practitioners, policymakers, researchers, and students interested in improving the lives and health of individuals and families in urban settings. This book provides the most current frameworks, research, and approaches for understanding how unique features of the urban physical and social environments that shape the health of over half of the world's population that is already residing in large cities. Its interdisciplinary research and practice focus is a welcome innovation....
As the Chambers Distinguished Professor of Advertising at the University of Oregon, Morrison is excited and optimistic about the evolution of all forms of communication – from advertising to journalism – but has little patience for wasted creative energy or misdirected principles. I had the opportunity to talk with her this morning (since I’m playing “visiting professor” at UO this week) about the changing face of local media, journalism, higher education and yes, advertising.
Healing with Stories
Your Casebook Collection for Using Therapeutic Metaphors
George W. Burns
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
.Praise for Healing with Stories
“George Burns has become the ‘metaphor man.’ In this volume he showcases some of today’s best therapists healing with metaphors. These rich teaching stories provide valuable tools for students as well as professionals. I consider this volume must reading for anyone wanting to improve their psychotherapy service.
The Boston Children’s Hospital Library and the Career and Faculty Development Collection
The Library co-sponsors with the OFD Lunch Topics Workshops with authors of special interest to Boston
Children’s faculty members, generally with an emphasis on work/life balance. Meghan Weir, MD, a Boston Children’s ED Staff Physician, talked about her experiences and insights during her residency at Boston Children’s from her book Between Expectations: Lessons from a Pediatric Residency.
Justus Friedrich Karl Hecker was one of three generations of distinguished professors of medicine. His father,
August Friedrich Hecker, a most industrious writer, first practised as a physician in Frankenhausen, and in
1790 was appointed Professor of Medicine at the University of Erfurt. In 1805 he was called to the like
professorship at the University of Berlin. He died at Berlin in 1811.
Justus Friedrich Karl Hecker was born at Erfurt in January, 1795.
The purpose of this book is to provide electronic prescribing (EP) systems implementers
with an overview of the clinical and professional issues involved with the
use of EP systems, and a discussion of the key systems design principles involved.
The book does not assume any detailed clinical or IT knowledge on the part of the
reader; as such, it provides general guidance on possible applications of EP systems.
The authors are grateful to The Carter Center in general and to Professor Dennis
Carlson in particular for their financial, material, moral and expert assistance without
which it would have been impossible to develop this module.
Our special thanks also go to the Ministry of Health especially to the TLCT for
extensively reviewing and commenting on the module.
During the following session of the Institute, Professor Rosa lectured
“with dignity upon the principles of Homeopathy” as was declared by
the whole class, “notwithstanding the many embarrassments
appendaged thereunto.” As a result, a few students were won over to
Homeopathy, though the majority of the class remained Eclectic. At the
Commencement, held March 6, 1850, six students received both Eclectic
and Homeopathic diplomas.
Praise from the Reviewers: "The practicality of the subject in a real–world situation distinguishes this book from others available on the market." — Professor Behrouz Far , University of Calgary "This book could replace the computer organization texts now in use that every CS and CpE student must take. . . . It is much needed, well written, and thoughtful." — Professor Larry Bernstein , Stevens Institute of Technology A distinctive, educational text onsoftware performance and scalability
Ian Bogost is Ivan Allen College Distinguished Chair in Media Studies and Professor of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, a Founding Partner at Persuasive Games LLC, and the coauthor of Newsgames: Journalism at Play (MIT Press, 2010).