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  • Authors: Yarbro, Connie Henke; Wujcik, Debra; Gobel, Barbara Holmes;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2011)

    In his now classic writings on the origin of cancer, Sir Richard Doll1 proposed 3 potential causative factors underlying tumor development: (1) environmental factors, particularly diet, industrial pollution, and viruses; (2) systemic factors, including breakdowns in immunosurveillance; and (3) genetic factors, such as the degree of susceptibility to cancer. Since Doll’s publications in the late 1970s, the biology underlying these proposed causative factors—which were derived largely from epidemiological studies—has been carefully scrutinized to determine the causes of cancer at the biochemical, cellular, and molecular levels. Because of the intensity of biological research and the rapidity with which findings have become available, we now know that cancer is a disease resulting fro...

  • Authors: Stone, C. Keith; Humphries, Roger L.;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2011)

    Current Emergency Diagnosis & Treatment, seventh edition, is designed to present concise, easy-to-read, practical information on the diagnosis and treatment of a wide spectrum of conditions that present to the emergency department. The chapters emphasize the immediate management of life-threatening problems and then present the evaluation and treatment of specific disorders. We trust that this text will aid all practitioners of emergency medicine in providing care to their patients.

  • Authors: Alligood, Martha Raile;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2014)

    This book is a tribute to nursing theorists and a classic in theoretical nursing literature. It presents many major thinkers in nursing, reviews their important knowledge-building ideas, lists their publications, and points the reader to those using the works and writing about them in their own theoretical publications. Unit I introduces the text with a brief history of nursing knowledge development and its significance to the discipline and practice of the profession in Chapter 1. Other chapters in Unit I discuss the history, philosophy of science and the framework for analysis used throughout the text, logical reasoning and theory development processes, and the structure of knowledge and types of knowledge within that structure. Ten works from earlier editions of Nursing Theoris...

  • Authors: Folit, Denis F.; Beck, Cheryl Tatano;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2010)

    This seventh edition of Principles and Methods Nursing Research: presents many important changes to this textbook. This edition retains the features that have made this an award-winning textbook, while introducing revisions that will make it more relevant in an environment that is increasingly focused on evidence-based nursing practice.

  • Authors: Papadakis, Maxine A.; McPhee, Stephen J.; Rabow, Michael W.;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2019)

    Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 2019 (CMDT 2019) is the 58th edition of this single-source reference for practitioners in both hospital and ambulatory settings. The book emphasizes the practical features of clinical diagnosis and patient management in all fields of internal medicine and in specialties of interest to primary care practitioners and to subspecialists who provide general care. Our students have inspired us to look at issues of race and justice, which surely impact people’s health. We have therefore reviewed the content of our work to ensure that it contains the dignity and equality that every patient deserves.

  • Authors: Sato, Mai;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2014)

    This book examines public attitudes to the death penalty in Japan, focusing on knowledge and trust-based attitudinal factors relating to support for, and opposition to, the death penalty. A mixed-method approach was used. Quantitative and qualitative surveys were mounted to assess Japanese death penalty attitudes. The main findings show that death penalty attitudes are not fixed but fluid. Information has a significant impact on reducing support for the death penalty while retributive attitudes are associated with support. This book offers a new conceptual framework in understanding the death penalty without replying on the usual human rights approach, which can be widely applied not just to Japan but to other retentionist countries.

  • Authors: Doak, Kevin M.;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2019)

    This monograph on Tanaka Kotaro is very inspiring and intriguing. Japanese scholars have discussed the ideas and achievements of Tanaka Kotaro in the context of jurisprudence and educational studies, however, few of them paid attention to this topic. As a result, Kevin Doak presents a fuller picture of Tanaka in his monograph.

  • Authors: Hamby, Sherry; Grych, John;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2013)

    There is an increasing appreciation of the interconnections among all forms of violence. These interconnections have critical implications for conducting research that can produce valid conclusions about the causes and consequences of abuse, maltreatment, and trauma. The accumulated data on co-occurrence also provide strong evidence that prevention and intervention should be organized around the full context of individuals’ experiences, not narrowly defined subtypes of violence. Managing the flood of new research and practice innovations is a challenge, however. New means of communication and integration are needed to meet this challenge, and the Web of Violence is intended to contribute to this process by serving as a concise overview of the conceptual and empirical work that form ...

  • Authors: Calo, Ryan;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2017)

    If the terminology, constituent techniques, and hopes and fears around artificial intelligence are not new, what exactly is? At least two differences characterize the present climate.

  • Authors: Rudstein, David S.;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2019)

    This book examines the issue of free access to information as part of the openness and transparency principles. The free access to public information has become one of the most hotly contested aspects of contemporary government and public administration. Many countries in Europe have well-established Freedom of Information laws (FOIAs), while others have adopted them more recently. The problems that occur in the implementation of FOIAs are different due to the legal and institutional context; nevertheless, patterns of best practices and malfunctioning are comparable. The book analyses in comparative and empirical perspective the respective main challenges. Whilst the existing literature focusses on the legal provisions, this book offers practical insights through 13 national profile...