Standing on Both Feet: Voices of Older Mixed-Race Americans
Cathy J. Tashiro
In the first book to focus on the experiences of older Americans of mixed race, Cathy J. Tashiro explores questions of identity and the significance of family experiences, aging and the life course, class, gender, and nationality. Including African American/White and Asian American/White individuals, the book highlights the poignant voices of people who embodied the transgression of the color line. Their very existence violated deep cultural beliefs in the distinctiveness of the races at the time. Based on extensive interviews, the book offers a unique perspective on the social construction of race and racism in America.
Challenges in Emergency Nursing: A Self-Study Certification Review
Judy Selfridge-Thomas, Mary Martha Hall, and Ruth E. Rea
An excellent review tool for the Certification of Emergency Nursing examination! This second edition parallels the BCEN exam blueprint in scope, difficulty, format, and content distribution, providing realistic preparation for the exam.Over 700 new review questions, including a 250-question simulated exam, review the entire field. Answers and rationales for all questions, case scenarios, references, and test-taking tips help readers improve their exam performance.Plus, a new Windows(tm)-compatible diskette bound inside the book gives nurses the option of reviewing for the exam on a computer!
Opening Doors: Stories of Public Health Nursing
Joyce Zerwekh, Barbara Young, Janet P. Primomo, and Lisa Deal
Caring and Responsibility: The Crossroads Between Holistic Practice and Traditional Medicine
June S. Lowenberg
June S. Lowenberg examines the symbolic meanings underlying the larger holistic health movement, and locates those changes within the broad social and historical context. Her analysis helps us understand the strains, as well as the strengths, of the emerging, more holistic medical model.
Outcome Measures in Home Care: Service
Alexis A. Wilson and Lynn T. Rinke
Emergency Nursing: Core Curriculum
Ruth E. Rea, Pamela W. Bourg, Janet G. Parker, and Diane Rushing
Psychosocial Nursing Care of the Emergency Patient
Sharon Gavin Fought
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