Clare Fenton, Keri-Michele Lodge, Janine Henderson
First principles chapter clearly explains the key concepts and processes that underpin psychiatric disorders. Clinical essentials chapter provides an overview of the symptoms and signs of psychiatric disorders, relevant history and examination techniques, investigations and management options. Disease-based chapters give concise descriptions of all major disorders, e.g. anxiety, substance misuse and learning disabilities, each chapter introduced by engaging clinical cases that feature unique graphic narratives. Emergencies chapter covers the principles of immediate care in situations, such as violent patients and suicidal behaviour. Integrated care chapter discusses strategies for the management of chronic conditions across primary and other care settings. Self-Assessment – 80 multiple choice questions clinical SBAs.
Pursues the possibilities and limits of the UN’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by connecting theoretical discussions with empirical evidence, taken from extensive participant observation and on the qualitative content analysis of indigenous and state documentsView details
Engaging philosophy with history, literature, film and testimony, this book examines the critical relationship between white Australian identity and the cultural priority of childhood in Australia.View details
John McGrath Introduction by
Dr. Nadine Holdsworth
This is an edition of nine of McGrath's plays for the English 7:84 theatre company. It covers McGrath's work for the company spanning four decades, from the 1960s through to the 1990s. The book has a substantial contextualising introduction and commentary on the plays by Nadine Holdsworth, one of the leading specialists in the work of John McGrath.
This book explores how religious activists understand, interpret and practically engage with neoliberal globalization and present their proposals and practices to promote, reform or resist neoliberal globalization.View details
Richard Abel, Charles R. Acland, Professor Robert C. Allen, Charles Ambler, Daniel Biltereyst, Richard Butsch, Thomas Doherty, Jane M. Gaines, Mark Glancy, Ahmet Gürata, Mark Jancovich, Barbara Kilinger, Jeffery Klenotic, Annette Kuhn, Terry Lindvall, Richard Maltby, Christopher J. McKenna, Anne Morey, Dr John Sedgwick, Dr Melvyn Stokes, Judith Thissen, Gregory A. Waller, Haidee Wasson Edited by
Richard Maltby, Dr Melvyn Stokes, Professor Robert C. Allen
This book analyses the diverse historical and geographical circumstances in which audiences have viewed American cinema. It looks at cinema audiences ranging from Manhattan nickelodeons to the modern suburban megaplex, and from provincial, small-town or rural America to the shanty towns of South Africa.
Dr Hugo Volkaert, Mr Dan Koeppel, Dr W. K. Tushemereirwe, Dr J. Kubiriba, Dr William Tinzaara, Dietmar Stoian, Walter Ocimati, Enoch Kikulwe, Gloria Otieno, Dr Guy Blomme, Prof D. W. Turner, D. J. Gibbs, Dr Sharon D. Hamill, Dr Mike Smith, Dr Charles Staver, Dr Victor Galán Saúco, Dr Jetse J. Stoorvogel, Dr Rafael A. Segura, Mr Juan José Aycart, Mr Frits Popma, Dr Louis Bockel, Laure-Sophie Schiettecatte, Dr Orane Debrune, Dr Sietze Vellema, Dr Kees Jansen, Dr Frans Wielemaker Edited by
Dr Gert H. J. Kema, Prof. André Drenth
Bananas are the world’s most popular fruit and the fourth most important crop in the developing world after rice, wheat and maize. The volume reviews current production around the world and how developments in cultivation practice can be used to improve yields sustainably.
Prof. James D. Kelly, Dr John O. Ojiem, Prof. William Erskine, Ashutosh Sarker, Dr Shiv Kumar Agrawal, Prof. Fred J. Muehlbauer, Y.-C. Lee, R. Lemes Hamawaki, V. Colantonio, M. J. Iqbal, Prof. D. A. Lightfoot, Frederick P. Baijukya, Harun M. Murithi, Dr Fred Kanampiu, Prof. C. Michael Deom, David Kalule Okello, S. N. Nigam, Dr P. Janila, Dr David Jordan, Rick Brandenburg, Gary Payne, David Hoisington, Nick Magnan, Dr James Rhoads, Mumuni Abudulai, Koushik Adhikari, Jinru Chen, Richard Akromah, William Appaw, William Ellis, Maria Balota, Kumar Mallikarjunan, Dr Kenneth Boote, Greg MacDonald, Kira Bowen, Boris Bravo-Ureta, Jeremy Jelliffe, Agnes Budu, Hendrix Chalwe, Alice Mweetwa, Munsanda Ngulube, Awere Dankyi, Brandford Mochia, Vivian Hoffmann, Amade Muitia, Sam Njoroge, Nelson Opoku, Prof. B. B. Singh, Dr Alpha Y. Kamara, Lucky O. Omoigui, Nkeki Kamai, Sylvester U. Ewansiha, Hakeem A. Ajeigbe, Dr Fouad Maalouf, Seid Ahmed, Somanagouda Patil, Dr R. Redden, X. Zong, R. M. Norton, F. L. Stoddard, M El-Bouhssini, Y. Tao, L. Rong, Li Ling, Dr K.B Saxena, Y. S. Chauhan, C. V. S. Kumar, A. J. Hingane, R. V. Kumar, R. K. Saxena, G. V. R. Rao, Prof. K.R Latha, L. Vimalendran, Agnes Mwangwela Edited by
Dr Shoba Sivasankar, Dr David Bergvinson, Dr Pooran Gaur, Dr Shiv Kumar Agrawal, Dr Steve Beebe, Dr Manuele Tamò
The second volume in this collection focusses on improving the cultivation of particular grain legumes, starting with common beans, lentils, soybeans and groundnuts. A second group of chapters discusses cowpea, faba beans and pigeonpea.
Carrying forward the momentum of the twenty-first-century ‘rediscovery’ of Patrick White (1912–1990), winner of the 1973 Nobel Prize for Literature, this book features work by White scholars aiming to stimulate future research into ‘world’ modernism, queer literature, and the ‘jittery’ modernist impulses of contemporary culture.