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271 Pages. From the Inside Flap: In his recent book, The Passion Plan: A Step-by-Step Guide to Discovering, Developing, and Living Your Passion, Richard Chang showed individuals how to discover their passion and turn it into personal and professional fulfillment. But for every individual seeking passion, says Chang, there is an organization hoping to do the same. Passion is the make-or-break issue at both the organizational and the personal level, and in The Passion Plan at Work he shows how to ...
Description: New. 474 pages. Book Description In this new text-reference, Dr. Carl Helvie explores the realm of community health care for advanced practice nurses currently working in community care or requiring an awareness and understanding of its salient issues. Simple in its presentation but rigorous in its coverage of related theories and concepts, Advanced Practice Nursing in the Community reviews community health nursing and advanced practice and then presents the Helvie Energy Theory as a guiding ... Read More
Edition: 3rd Edition
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Date published: 2002
Description: Some pages are highlighted. 454 pages. Ingram: Combining both community-policing and problem-oriented policing concepts, this book explains the processes and terms, what they mean and how they are applied, as well as how they are implemented and evaluated. The book exposes readers to such timely and important topics as re-engineering public service, police-minority relations, and more. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. This book is about policing at its ... Read More
Description: From Publishers Weekly: In this melodramatic tale, a young wife and mother afflicted with 30-something angst meets the Lord of the Flies somewhere near the Hundred-Acre Wood. Hines (Dora's Room) writes of a circle of childhood friends forced to come to terms with secrets from their past. The charismatic and tormented Lucien and his younger sister, Jane, the narrator, spent their childhood summers outside London at the idyllic Glory Cottage, where they fell in with three other children, all ... Read More
Description: 454 Pages. Ingram: This compassionate book examines how women's harmful attitudes about themselves are shaped. Intelligent step-by-step exercises help build positive attitudes and dispel fears of inadequacies. Read More