Biologie Anatomie Physiologie

Author: Nicole Menche
Publisher: "Elsevier,Urban&FischerVerlag"
ISBN: 3437187759
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Kompakt und praxisnah bietet dieser Lehrbuch-Klassiker für die Pflegeausbildung alle Prüfungsinhalte der Grundlagenfächer Anatomie, Physiologie und Biologie. Diese sind eng vernetzt und klar auf die pflegerische Berufspraxis ausgerichtet. Mit rund 500 hervorragenden Farbillustrationen und 300 Wiederholungsfragen. In der neuen, 8. Auflage ist die geplante Generalistik in der Pflegeausbildung berücksichtigt. Entsprechend sind biologische, anatomische und physiologische Besonderheiten je nach Altersgruppe besonders hervorgehoben. Neu in der 8. Auflage: Projektionen von gezeichneten anatomischen Strukturen auf den menschlichen Körper lassen die Lokalisation deutlich werden Zeichnungen stehen realen Körperteilen (Präparate/histologische Schnitte/CT-Aufnahmen) gegenüber und machen anatomische Strukturen greifbar Unterschiede zwischen den Altersgruppen werden in Kästen und Übersichten betont Onlinebereich für Schüler auf pflegeheute.de: Wiederholungsfragen mit Lösungen Mindmaps Hörfälle Exklusiver Onlinebereich auf pflegeheute.de für Lehrer: Abbildungsdownload Malvorlagen Unterrichtsmaterialien auf Powerpoint Animationen Fälle als Arbeitsblätter Arbeitsblätter zur Anatomie mit Lösungen

Arbeitsbuch zu Mensch K rper Krankheit Biologie Anatomie Physiologie

Author: Barbara Groos
Publisher: "Elsevier,Urban&FischerVerlag"
ISBN: 3437187430
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Passend zu den neuen Auflagen von Biologie Anatomie Physiologie und Mensch Körper Krankheit Spielerisch Lernen statt purer Paukerei: mit Silben- und Kreuzworträtseln, Lückentexten, Abbildungen zum Beschriften und Ausmalen in überschaubaren Übungseinheiten. Neu in der 7. Auflage: Alle Kapitel sind um neue Aufgaben ergänzt. Sämtliche Querverweise auf ''Biologie Anatomie Physiologie'' und ''Mensch Körper Krankheit'' wurden aktualisiert.

Reenchanted Science

Author: Anne Harrington
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691050508
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By the 1920s in Central Europe, it had become a truism among intellectuals that natural science had "disenchanted" the world, and in particular had reduced humans to mere mechanisms, devoid of higher purpose. But could a new science of "wholeness" heal what the old science of the "machine" had wrought? Some contemporary scientists thought it could. These years saw the spread of a new, "holistic" science designed to nourish the heart as well as the head, to "reenchant" even as it explained. Critics since have linked this holism to a German irrationalism that is supposed to have paved the way to Nazism. In a penetrating analysis of this science, Anne Harrington shows that in fact the story of holism in Germany is a politically heterogeneous story with multiple endings. Its alliances with Nazism were not inevitable, but resulted from reorganizational processes that ultimately brought commitments to wholeness and race, healing and death into a common framework. Before 1933, holistic science was a uniquely authoritative voice in cultural debates on the costs of modernization. It attracted not only scientists with Nazi sympathies but also moderates and leftists, some of whom left enduring humanistic legacies. Neither a "reduction" of science to its politics, nor a vision in which the sociocultural environment is a backdrop to the "internal" work of science, this story instead emphasizes how metaphor and imagery allow science to engage "real" phenomena of the laboratory in ways that are richly generative of human meanings and porous to the social and political imperatives of the hour.

Styles of Scientific Thought

Author: Jonathan Harwood
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226318820
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In this detailed historical and sociological study of the development of scientific ideas, Jonathan Harwood argues that there is no such thing as a unitary scientific method driven by an internal logic. Rather, there are national styles of science that are defined by different values, norms, assumptions, research traditions, and funding patterns. The first book-length treatment of genetics in Germany, Styles of Scientific Thought demonstrates the influence of culture on science by comparing the American with the German scientific traditions. Harwood examines the structure of academic and research institutions, the educational backgrounds of geneticists, and cultural traditions, among many factors, to explain why the American approach was much more narrowly focussed than the German. This tremendously rich book fills a gap between histories of the physical sciences in the Weimar Republic and other works on the humanities and the arts during the intellectually innovative 1920s, and it will interest European historians, as well as sociologists and philosophers of science.

The German Urban Experience 1900 1945

Author: Anthony McElligott
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415121156
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By the 1930s over two-thirds of Germans lived in towns and cities, and those who did not found themselves inexorably affected by the ever-growing urban vortex. The German Urban Experience 1900 - 1945 surveys the social and cultural history of Germany in this crucial period through written, visual and oral sources. Focusing on urbanism as one of the major forces of change, this book presents a wide range of archive sources, many available for the first time, as well as film scenes, literature and art. Exploring the German experience of 'urbanism as a way of life' in cities from Berlin and Dresden to Hamburg and Leipzig, this book discusses: the concept of the urban experience the development of urban infrastructure and transport the social conditions of the urban poor health and the effects of the city on the body production and commerce in German cities the city as a challenge to traditional gender hierarchies

Occupation Centred Practice with Children

Author: Sylvia Rodger
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119057620
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Occupation-Centred Practice with Children remains the only occupational therapy book which supports the development and implementation of occupation-centred practice with children. Drawing on the latest occupational therapy theory and research, this new edition has been fully updated throughout, and includes new chapters on occupational transitions for children and young people, assessing children’s occupations and participation, intervention within schools, the arts and children’s occupational opportunities, as well as using animals to support children’s occupational engagement. Key features: Written by an international expert team of contributors. Each chapter begins with preliminary questions to assist with consideration of current knowledge, and then reflection questions at the conclusion to allow revision of key content in order to support independent learning. Highly practical, with a range of case studies, key point summaries, reflective questions, best practice guidelines, and a range of tools, interventions and techniques to aid applications to practice. A new appendix outlining all the assessments referred to in the book has now been included. Occupation-Centred Practice with Children is a practical, theoretically grounded and evidence based guide to contemporary occupational therapy practice, and is important reading for all occupational therapy students and therapists wishing to make a real difference to children and their families’ lives.

Ladies in the Laboratory II

Author: Mary R.S. Creese
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 1461605814
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A fascinating analysis of the work of notable women by national group, giving thorough data comparing the contributions of women in choice fields. Among the women presented are more than a few colorful personalities representative of the entire social scale, from a royal princess to the daughter of a Paris slum shopkeeper. Researchers in the field of women's history and science history will find this indexed volume a valuable resource.

Kompaktwissen Anatomie Physiologie Erkrankungen

Author: Elsevier GmbH
Publisher: "Elsevier,Urban&FischerVerlag"
ISBN: 3437168061
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Kurzbeschreibung Prüfungswissen Anatomie - kompakt, handlich, anschaulich Das prüfungsrelevante Wissen aus Anatomie, Physiologie und Erkrankungslehre leicht verständlich und kompakt zusammengefasst – mit den wichtigsten anatomischen Lerninhalten für Auszubildende und Studierende im Gesundheitswesen. So bereiten Sie sich optimal auf die Prüfung vor. Langbeschreibung Optimale Prüfungsvorbereitung Hervorragende, farbige Zeichnungen illustrieren die fundierten Textinhalte. Knapp gehaltene, gut strukturierte Texte erleichtern Ihnen das Lernen und bieten die wichtigsten Fakten zur Prüfungsvorbereitung. Sie erhalten nützliche Hinweise zu Pflege und Krankheitslehre des jeweiligen Organsystems – so gelingt Ihnen der Brückenschlag zur Medizin und Pflegepraxis. - Mit farbig hinterlegten Textkästen zu Notfällen - Übersichtliches Sachregister: optimal zum schnellen Nachschlagen Kompaktwissen Anatomie Physiologie Erkrankungen ist die ideale Ergänzung zu den großen Lehrbüchern Biologie Anatomie Physiologie und Mensch Körper Krankheit.