Rogers' Textbook of Pediatric Intensive Care, Fourth Edition continues the tradition of this classic text--detailed discussions of the scientific principles of pediatric critical care translated into practical clinical applications. This new edition has an international roster of over 250 contributors and emphasizes areas of collaboration between critical care physicians and nurses. Other highlights of this edition include a new section on basic concepts of critical care, including genetic medicine; a new section on PICU systems, organization, and management; chapters on worldwide threats to children's health; and sections on life support technologies and invasive procedures.
Tom Lockwood's study is the first examination of Jonson's place in the texts and culture of the Romantic age. Part one of the book explores theatrical, critical, and editorial responses to Jonson, including his place in the post-Garrick theatre, critical estimations of his life and work, and the politically-charged making and reception of William Gifford's 1816 edition of Jonson's Works.
Science Fiction is a fascinating and comprehensive introduction to one of the most popular areas of modern culture. This second edition reflects how the field is rapidly changing in both its practice and its critical reception. With an entirely new conclusion and all other chapters fully reworked and updated.
This book of selected papers from the Critical Link 6 conference addresses the impact of a rapidly changing reality on the theory and practice of community interpreting. The recent social, political and economic developments have led to phenomena of direct concern to the field, for example multilingualism in traditionally monolingual societies, the emergence of rare language pairs, or new language-related problems in immigration application procedures, social welfare institutions and prisons.
Critical Conversations provides direction and solutions for deficits in healthcare that exist in verbal and non-verbal communication as well as scripting tool kits that can be applied in various situations and health care settings between nurses and colleagues and nurses and patients.
Critical Realist Activity Theory provides an exciting new contribution to the New Studies in Critical Realism and Education series by showing how the nature of learning is tantamount to the critical realist notion of the dialectic. The science of learning is too important to leave solely to the sciences; it needs philosophy as well. The task of this book is to take a further step and clear the conceptual field for an ontologically grounded view of the science of learning through critical realism, making use of dialectical critical realism and the philosophy of meta-Reality, as well as basic critical realism.
The number of children diagnosed with autism has increased dramatically in the last decade, and a growing number of behavior analysts, psychologists, educators, and speech pathologists-to name a few-are just starting to regularly treat individuals with autism. Children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) require specialized instruction and behavior support to teach them critical skills and establish a meaningful quality of life.