Erscheinungsdatum: 24.01.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Assessment of knowledge and adherence on warfarin therapy among adult, Titelzusatz: Outpatients at king Fahed specialist hospital, Autor: Abougalambou, Salwa, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Pharmazie // Pharmakologie, Toxikologie, Seiten: 52, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 102 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 07/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Quality of Life (QoL) of Malaysian Post-Stroke Outpatients, Titelzusatz: Undergoing Rehabilitation At A Tertiary Teaching Hospital in Malaysia: A Qualitative Study, Autor: Lean Keng, Soon // Aini Hussain, Nor // Swee Mang, Tan, Verlag: VDM Verlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Medizin // Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 88, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 147 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
This is a story about a major metropolitan hospital on July 1, where mass confusion reigns with all the outpatients needing to be re-registered; new interns, residents, and volunteers start, and while a comedy it is meant for mature audiences only. There are adult themes about teenage sex, drug use, death, and adult type of surgeries. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dara Rosenberg. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/023167/bk_acx0_023167_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (ROQ) is a major University of Oxford development project in Oxford, England, in the estate of the old Radcliffe Infirmary hospital. The site, covering 10 acres (3.7 hectares) is in central north Oxford. It is bounded by Observatory Street and Green Templeton College to the north, the Woodstock Road to the east, Somerville College to the south, and Walton Street to the west. An archaeological study has been undertaken. Planning permission was granted by Oxford City Council in 2009. This will enable the refurbishment of the Radcliffe Infirmary, St Luke's Chapel, and an outpatients' building. The buildings are Grade II listed.
Religious coping is one of the research areas within psychology of religion that is also reflected in general psychology. For instance, in the recently published handbook on ‘stress, health and coping’ edited by Folkman in 2011, room has been made for religious coping. This is the result of Kenneth Pargament’s efforts in particular. For this recognition of religious coping to take place in other than Anglo-Saxon countries also, religious coping research will have to accustom to other cultural conditions. In the Netherlands, secularization, the ‘new spirituality’, and the multicultural society will have to be taken into account. The latter aspect implies, on the one hand, that new measuring instruments have to be developed, but, on the other hand, that Pargament’s measuring instruments continue to be valid for certain groups within Dutch society (e.g. for traditionally committed Christians).Furthermore, religious coping research would gain in relevance if the effects of positive and negative coping could be made more transparent from a theoretical point of view. Attribution theory and attachment theory appear to be fruitful theories for this.There are also implications for spiritual care. The authors start by again emphasizing their basic assumption: the necessity of attention to religious coping in mental healthcare. People keep on knockin’ on heaven’s door. Although the role of institutionalized religion is declining in Western society, religion remains a substantive factor in human life, especially in times of trouble. For healthcare insurers, contributing to the improvement of clients’ (religious) coping is an important legitimation for funding hospital and community spiritual care. Furthermore, insights gained from religious coping research will have to be embedded in healthcare chaplains’ training. It is, for instance, important to know that ‘spiritual distress’ can have a considerably negative impact on clients’ well-being. It is also useful to know that not only the affective bond with God, but also more popular ritual devotions, are an important component of clients’ coping repertoires. In this respect, establishing an ‘expertise center for religious coping’ might be beneficial.With this volume of collected papers on Religion and Coping, the authors continue and deepen their work on mental health and the religious dimension in coping. They address a pivotal topic not only for the psychology of religion but also for psychology in general and clinical psychology in particular.The range of the topics is broad: it includes methodological questions, the development and testing of new instruments (the so-called Receptivity Scale and the Mature Religiosity Scale), the importance of ritual and prayer, personality and narcissism and the implications for practitioners. The variety of subjects is also impressive. The authors apply and test their theories within a forensic psychiatric hospital, with cancer patients, with students, with Christian parishioners and with outpatients and inpatients of different institutions.Unlike other researchers in the field of religion and coping the authors of this book consider two important aspects of the field. Firstly, they acknowledge that religion is not always and automatically good but can be maladaptive regarding mental health and well-being. Secondly, the authors adapt the theory of religious coping to an increasingly secular society in Western Europe. Therefore they expand the concept to a perspective of spiritual coping and in this way address the current changes in worldview construction in modern societies.Putting the pieces together: this series of papers is an excellent book for diving into current perspectives, problems, results and implications of the field of ‘Religion and Coping’. Professionals in the medical domain, pastoral counselors and researchers in the field will profit alike.
National Taiwan University Hospital started operations under Japanese rule in Dadaocheng on June 18, 1895, and moved to its present location in 1898. The Hospital was later annexed to the Medical School of Taipei Imperial University and renamed Taipei Imperial University Medical School Affiliated Hospital in 1937. The present name was adopted in 1949, when the Republic of China took over the hospital upon Taiwan's retrocession in 1945. On October 19, 1991, the completion of a large new building complex on the so-called East Site marked another milestone in the history of the NTUH. Today, the (new) East and (old) West Sites together have more than 4,000 employees, serving 2,000 inpatients and 8,000 outpatients daily.
Warfarin (WAR) is the primary oral anticoagulation drug in Saudi Arabia. Knowing the work of warfarin, its possible side effects, food and drugs interaction, warnings to be taken, and importance of adherence to warfarin have a significant role in accomplishing the needed therapeutic results while stopping the negative reactions. This study aims to assessment of knowledge and adherence on warfarin therapy among adult outpatients at king Fahd specialist hospital.