Military medical personnel are tasked with fulfilling both the benefits mission and the readiness mission of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Currently, most military medical personnel are stationed at military treatment facilities (MTFs) during peacetime, where they maintain their clinical skills by treating beneficiaries of
Data Analysis and Presentation Skills: An Introduction for the Life and Medical Sciences is an invaluable text allowing students to develop appropriate key skills when designing experiments, generating results, analysing data and ultimately presenting findings to academics and referees. Taking a hands-on approach, each of these key areas is introduced clearly and carefully, showing how to access and evaluate information using a variety of resources.
Basic analytical theory is gradually introduced alongside practical applications to enhance student understanding.
Because of the availability of powerful computational techniques, new modality
techniques such as Computer-Aided Tomography (CAT), Magnetic Resonance
Imaging (MRI) and others, and because of the new techniques of imaging processing
(machine vision), the lives of many patients will be saved, and the quality of
all our lives improved. This marriage of powerful computer technology and medical
imaging has spawned a new and growing generation of young dynamic doctors
who hold PhDs in physics and/or computer science, along with their MDs.
Clinical Skills was the inspiration of Profesor Robert Turner. Roger
Blackwood was his senior registrar in Oxford when, together, they
planned and wrote the first edition. Roger Blackwood took his clinical
skills into cardiology and has remained an inspirational teacher to many
medical students and MRCP candidates. Sadly, Robert Turner died
suddenly in 1999 leaving the book bereft of its senior author. Robert
Turner was an outstanding clinical scientist and clinician and most of the
content and flavour of the book remain his....
In popular usage the term ‘profession’ has a wide variety of connotations,
spanning from a highly skilled and specialized job to any fulltime work from
which income is derived (Freidson 1986). The boundaries of interpretation are
narrower in sociology, but sociologists have also still to reach agreement about
the meaning of the term ‘profession’ and the related question of which
occupations are to count as professions.
Covering the principles of radiographic technique and interpretation for dogs, cats, and horses, Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology, 6th Edition helps you develop proficiency in diagnostic skills. High-quality radiographic images accompany clear coverage of diagnostic radiology, ultrasound, MRI, and CT, as well as patient positioning, radiograp
Chapter 4 - Interpersonal communication. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: Identify elements and types of communication, relate communication to human behavior and needs, categorize positive and negative communication, carry out therapeutic communication skills,...
Chapter 36 - Patient interview and history. After completing chapter 36, you will be able to: Identify the skills necessary to conduct a patient interview; recognize the signs of anxiety; depression; and physical, mental, or substance abuse; use the six Cs for writing an accurate patient history; carry out a patient history using critical thinking skills;...
Chapter - Communication with patients, families, and coworkers. Identify elements of the communication circle, understand and define the developmental stages of the life cycle, give examples of positive and negative communication, list ways to improve listening and interpersonal skills,...
Chapter 36 - Interviewing the patient, taking a history, and documentation. After completing chapter 36, you will be able to: Name the skills necessary to conduct a patient interview; explain the procedure for conducting a patient interview; recognize the signs of anxiety; depression; and physical, mental, or substance abuse; use the six Cs for writing an accurate patient history;...
Chapter 4 - Communication with patients, families, and coworkers. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Identify elements of the communication circle, give examples of positive and negative communication, list ways to improve listening and interpersonal skills, explain the difference between assertiveness and aggressiveness,...
Chapter 14 - Patient education. In this chapter you will learn about the medical assistant's role in patient education. You will sharpen your skills in recognizing and overcoming road blocks to education. You will become more comfortable with teaching and demonstrating procedures to others. Most importantly, you will begin to recognize the incredible responsibility of the medical assistant to correctly lead others to their highest level of health.
Chapter 36 - Interviewing the patient. After completing chapter 36, you will be able to: Name the skills necessary to conduct a patient interview; explain the procedure for conducting a patient interview; recognize the signs of anxiety; depression; and physical, mental, or substance abuse;...
Chapter 5 - Interviewing the patient, taking a history, and documentation. The objectives of this chapter are: Identify the skills necessary to conduct a patient interview; implement the procedure for conducting a patient interview; detect the signs of anxiety, depression, and physical, mental, or substance abuse. use the six Cs for writing an accurate patient history.
Some multi-word verbs
and idioms can be used in a Find someone who... activity as a warmer at
the start of a lesson. Pairs of students can devise clues for a multi-word
verb crossword which can then be used to test other students. Students
can be asked to act out some of the dialogues on tape, and their spoken
and written errors with multi-word verbs can be used in a Grammar
Vascular ultrasound is a speciality in its own right
and vascular surgeons are becoming increasingly
dependent on the skills of vascular sonographers for
the investigation of patients suffering from peripheral
vascular disease. This book aims to provide an
understanding of the principles and practice of vascular
Massey’s International Business programme is offered by
the School of Management within the College of Business.
It offers a comprehensive range of papers, which cover
specialised skills and an innovative outlook. Together with
a focus on the impact of the global environment on the
functional areas of international business, the programme
considers areas such as cross-cultural management,
international business strategy, the political economy of
international business, regional economic integration and
contemporary issues relevant to the study of international
Emergencies in medicine are difficult on two fronts: they may challenge both the
health of the patient and the skills of the doctor in charge. If the latter, the former
may deteriorate rapidly. Thus, the definition of an emergency indeed depends on
who is facing it. As we mature along our clinical pathways of education, training, and
experience, the risk of going through a personal professional emergency is continuously
reduced. Nevertheless, throughout our medical career, accurate self-assessment
and subsequent control of our actions remain our most important qualities.
Endourology is one of the most important subspecialties in the field of urology because
of the widespread use of endoscopy for the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of upper
genitourinary tract pathologies. Although most clinical urologists incorporate some basic
endourology into their practices, complex upper tract pathology and anatomy require
more advanced endoscopic skills and instrumentation.
Advanced Endourology: The Complete Clinical Guide is intended as a resource guide
for all aspects of clinical endourology, particularly the more advanced procedures.