Introduction 1. Reactive Avoidance and Risky Behavior 2. An Overview of Specific Distress Reduction Behaviors 3. Key Treatment Recommendations 4. Assessing Distress Reduction Behaviors in Context 5. Safety, Stabilization, and Harm Reduction 6. Acceptance and Mindfulness 7. Trigger Management 8. Processing Trauma- and Attachment-Related Memories 9. Treatment Planning and Implementation: Bringing It All Together 10. Special Considerations for Certain Distress Reduction Behaviors and Patterns.
"Now in a greatly expanded and updated new edition: The essential pocketbook for rapid and correct differentiation and interpretation of signs and symptoms of neurological and neurosurgical diseases and conditions. Key Features: - Exhaustive range of neurological and neurosurgical diseases and conditions covered - Vital information presented in short texts, high-yield lists, and concise tables, for maximum efficiency in diagnostic work-ups - Clinical and neuroimaging findings, guidelines and classifications, summarized in readily accessible tabular form - Statistic overviews (common vs. rare, etc.) help guide diagnostic thought processes - Special chapters highlight epidemiology, pediatric disorders, neuroradiology Differential Diagnosis in Neurology and Neurosurgery is ideal as a quick reference in your daily practice, or as an exam preparation guide. This wealth of easily accessible information makes it invaluable for experienced practitioners (especially ER physicians) and novices alike" - Provided by publisher.
"Core Curriculum for Interdisciplinary Lactation Care provides an essential foundation for lactation care. Published in partnership with the Lactation Education Accreditation and Approval Review Committee (LEAARC), it is an ideal text for preparing for certification, orienting staff, and planning continuing education programs. Reflecting the current state of practice, it also serves and an ideal resource for clinicians. With contributions from leading experts in the field, it reflects an interdisciplinary approach to lactation care. Written to complement the LEAARC curriculum, the text includes clinical applications that move from theory to practice, including key learning points, clinical case studies, and real life stories from the mother and her healthcare team. Also included are perspectives from the breastfeeding family and links to policies and global protocols" --Provided by publisher.
Content: Principles of physical assessment / Mary Ellen Honeyfield -- Recording and evaluating the neonatal history / Kimberly Horns LaBronte -- Gestational age assessment / Carol Wiltgen Trotter -- Skin assessment / Catherine Witt -- Head, eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and neck assessment / Patricia J. Johnson -- Chest and lungs assessment / Debbie Fraser -- Cardiovascular assessment / Lyn Vargo -- Abdomen assessment / Martha Goodwin -- Genitourinary assessment / Terri A. Cavaliere -- Musculoskeletal system assessment / Ellen P. Tappero -- Neurologic assessment / Pamela Dillon Heaberlin -- Behavioral assessment / Jacqueline McGrath, Dorothy Vittner -- Assessment of the dysmorphic infant / Michelle Bennett, Susan R. Meier -- Pain assessment in the newborn / Marlene Walden, Carol Turnage Spruill -- Assessment of the in utero substance exposed newborn / Carol Wallman.