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Physicians in ancient Greece believed four humours flowed within the human body blood, phlegm, black bile, and choler determining a person's health, mood, and character. Not until the seventeenth century would a more complex view of the anatomy begin to emerge. But by then humoural theory had already become deeply ingrained in Western language and thought and endures to this day in surprising ways.
Interweaving the histories of medicine, science, psychology, and philosophy, Passions and Tempers explores the uncanny persistence of these variable, invisible fluids.
Mixing business with pleasure leads to a passionate night.Harper Bennett's motto is work hard, play hard. Lately, she's forgotten the latter and has focused her time as part-owner, along with her brothers, of the hottest nightclub in Atlanta. When an intriguing client enters, Harper forgoes her promise to never date a man that doesn't live in the same city and she finds herself playing hard to get with Hunter Arrington. The passion that has ignited between them can't be extinguished, and she dreads the day he has to leave. Hunter travels the world because of his career and has no intentions of settling down until his eyes land on Harper Bennett. There's something about the petite, sassy woman that he adores and makes him feel at home for the first time in years. Now he's faced with a life-changing decision and the thought of being without Harper isn't an option.
The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) was developed for all undergraduate nursing programmes, with the aim of emphasising the need for nursing students to be competent in clinical skills, to assess clinical reasoning skills and as a means of standardizing the assessment process.
This practical, easy to read and interactive study guide helps nursing and midwifery students at all levels to maximise their chances of success with OSCEs. It features case studies, quick quizzes, recap and recall summaries and an OSCE preparation plan; all of which help to prepare the student for the examination. Hints and tips on what to expect during the examination and pointers on what the examiner will be looking for, together with a comprehensive chapter on personal learning will help to guide the student through the process and maximise their chances of success!
"Very readable with useful tips and information for students" Cath Hill, Keele University"I found the book extremely relevant from the students' perspective, reader friendly and well structured. Quizzes and activities excellent." - Liz Day, Senior Lecturer, Nursing and Health Care Practice, University of Derby
"A useful and easily digested text on this important assessment strategy", Ms. Karen Lumsden, Faculty of Nursing and Applied Clinical Studies, Canterbury Christchurch University
"Useful for students as they prepare... Easy to read and understand."
As children, many of us were raised with fairy tales and fables as a way of learning, even though that may have not been the conscious intent. We grew up learning the beliefs of those who raised us and we developed behavioral practices based on those beliefs. Until we learn to question ourselves to discern whether we actually really do believe what we think we do, then we get stuck in patterns that may no longer be serving us. This story, written in fairy tale form, is the tale of one young woman's journey to discover her own truths. For more information about the author, Angie K. Millgate, visit her website at www.angiemillgate.com To read a preview, visit: https: //www.createspace.com/Preview/1114933
Seven writers share stories of how a "passing stranger" touched and influenced their lives. Compiled by Angela Hunt.
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