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  • Hardly used, good condition, for grades 1-9 includes full content from a smoke ans pet free home sold as seen, no returns collection or will post for additional cost read more

    8 €

  • Title: level 3 health and social care (adults) diploma: candidate book (level 3 work based learning health and social care)title: level 3 health and social care (adults) diploma: candidate book (level 3 work based learning health and social care)

    20 €

  • I have 13 health and social care books for salethese books will help for anyone doing level 2,3,4 or five health and social care diploma or nvqall but one is like newi can send photos of all the books

    80 €

  • Making sense of research in nursing, health and social care3 million books, saving over tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sitesauthor:moule, pameach month we recycle over 2

    15 €

  • health and social care organizations in the united kingdom are increasingly being asked to work together across long-standing agency boundaries, and many practitioners are finding these new collaborations very difficult to achieve

    13 €

  • Revise btec tech award enterprise revision guide: (with free online edition) by pearson education limited ships from uk supplier related searches: pearson education limited, testing books dimensions: 297 centimetres weight: 0

    8 €

  • Oxfam shop darley street this is the only book written for nvq level 4 care and foundation degrees in health and social careit provides complete coverage of both the nvq 4 care core units and the foundation degree in care guidelinesevidence collection boxes encourage and enable candidates to collect the evidence required for their portfoliotopics are illustrated with case studies featuring real life examples followed by in-depth and searching questionssee oxfam website for delivery information read morefurther research sections extend the reader's knowledge and understanding of the subject

    20 €

  • Aqa foundation maths grade 9-1 revision book -aqa spanish grades 9-1 vocab book, practice workbook, workbook, revision guide and proactive guide including cd -pearson health and social care revision guide -romeo and juliet complete annotated book (got me a grade 8 in english lit) -all in pristine condition, some have my name on it but that’s it read more

    15 €

  • btec first award sport book by pearsoncash on collection following strict social distancing rulesadvertised on other selling sites read moregood used conditioninside cover had been written on, have covered with tipped, does not affect usecoventry collection

    15 €

  • btec first travel & tourism student book by malcolm jefferies, christinedispatched with royal mail 1st classcondition is very good

    1 €

  • btec level 2 award door supervision & security guarding course book i just finished my course and no longer need itpick up from tufnell park

    8 €

  • (good)-btec level 2 first public services student book (level 2 btec first publicondition is very gooddispatched with royal mail 2nd class

    6 €

  • Illustrated with figures, graphs, and tables, this book is essential for practitioners and officials in both palliative and public health careall proceeds from sales of this book will be used to support the growth of palliative care programs in indiathis book provides you with true accounts of palliative care programs from around the world to help you meet the needs of disadvantaged clientspain and palliative care in the developing world and marginalized populations: a global challenge addresses issues of vital importance for the global health care community, such as: why do so many people in the developing world suffer excruciating pain for months and years, when simple inexpensive medication could make them comfortable? they get mri scans; why don't they have access to palliative care? why do some palliative care programs fail to reach the needy? how could a palliative care delivery system be adapted to local needs? why are medical and nursing students not taught the fundamentals of pain management? what direction should palliative care education take? could health care resources be channeled to deliver care in a more just and equitable manner? this book chronicles the efforts of ambitious pain management care professionals to confront these questions, working toward an end to needless, preventable pain and sufferingthis essential volume includes a foreword written by a world leader in palliative care-jan stjernsward, former chief of the cancer and palliative care program of the world health organization and currently international director of the oxford international centre for palliative care in the united kingdomoxfam shop dumfries essential information for anyone involved in palliative care programs for deprived patients! in this comprehensive resource, leading healthcare professionals describe pioneering work on the front lines of pain and palliative care service planning and implementation for underserved populationsthis indispensable manual discusses palliative care programs in developing countries such as india, chile, argentina, saudi arabia, thailand, hong kong, malaysia, and otherspain and palliative care in the developing world and marginalized populations: a global challenge explores the challenges and barriers preventing satisfactory pain management for patients who urgently need itpain and palliative care in the developing world and marginalized populations also offers an important look at pain management programs geared toward several specific underserved populations in both developing and developed countries, including native americans and inmates in a new zealand prisonit examines their programs, and acknowledges their successes and failures to date, with commentaries by international expertssee oxfam website for delivery information read more

    24 €

  • Providing a comprehensive guide to person-centred counselling for people with dementia, this book gives an illuminating perspective on the subject and will be of value to counsellors, health and social care professionals, carers, people with dementia and their familiesbased on the author's own experiences of counselling people with dementia, the book covers the fundamentals of the counselling process and precisely what a person-centred approach entailsaccumulating findings from over 20 years of counselling experience in both the uk and the us, this book explores the importance of the self and recognising each individual's worth and valuethe author explores the pervasive myth that all experiences of living with dementia are entirely negative and shows counsellors and carers how a person-centred counselling experience can have positive outcomes for those with dementia and the people who care for themthe book then brings together several theories of counselling such as the role of the 'spiritual' in the counselling relationship; working with concepts of relational depth and configurations of self; and the author's own theories of relating to a person's spiritual corealthough currently many people with dementia are not given the opportunity to receive professional counselling, this book explores the value of counselling for men and women living with this condition and how it enables them to make sense of their lives and their notions of themselvesdedication from the author on the pre-title pageoxfam bookshop tunbridge wells very good conditionsee oxfam website for delivery information read moredialogue from the author's counselling experiences is used to illustrate the person-centred counselling approach

    9 €

  • 'teaching' draws on more than a dozen years' experience in universities, schools and, particularly, in pioneering writing in health and social care, to explore the differences between community and education practiceafter an introductory essay which sets the scene by looking at contemporary british poet-critics, the book is divided into four sections - 'translating', 'travelling', 'teaching' and 'reading' - though its thesis suggests these categories are linkedusing both philosophy of language and an editor's literary ear, theory and the author's own experience as a poet, this book examines good writing practice from the inside out; and asks how it can be developed: by teaching and community facilitation, by reading and travelling and, where those two interests come together, in translationon listening is an indispensable vade mecum for teachers and students of creative writing; it is also, however, a topical read for anyone concerned with the state of poetry in britain todayon listening is concerned, centrally, with the nature of poetic practice'translating' looks at the nature of that practice and its context, with particular reference to the writer's work with central european literatureoxfam bookshop cheltenham on listening is a collection of essays on poetry, written for various occasions over the last few yearsranging from scholarly papers to literary non-fiction, critical writing to lectures, each allows a different way in to the book's central preoccupationincluded is a set of 'reviews' of exemplary translations'travelling' explores issues of cultural translation: whether those originate in the geographical or between discursive culturessee oxfam website for delivery information read morean epilogue reflects on 'the ephemeral''reading' surveys some of the writer's personal poetic enthusiasms, with particular stress on writing from beyond britain and by womenit looks closely at questions of evaluation, ethics and purpose

    9 €

  • 34 psychology books for a applied psychology degree book list organizational behaviour by judith r gordon, health and social care,psychology nicky hayes & sue orrell,understand psychology games people play, eric berne,md 50 ideas moheb costandi many more read more

    60 €

  • Title: heinemann geography: global challenges student booktitle: heinemann geography: global challenges student bookbinding: paperbackproduct category: bookspublisher: heinemann

    2 €

  • Title: aqa biology a level year 2 student booktitle: aqa biology a level year 2 student bookauthors: toole, susan, toole, glennbinding: paperbackcondition: goodproduct category: bookslist price (msrp)

    22 €

  • Practice exam questions will consolidate student understanding and prepare them for exam successoxfam bookshop thame fully updated and matched to the cambridge syllabus, this stretching student book is trusted by teachers around the world to support advanced understanding and achievement at igcseeach book is accompanied by free online access to a wealth of extra support for students including practice exam questions, revision checklists and advice on how to prepare for an examinationtext appears bright and unmarked; minor signs of shelfwearsee oxfam website for delivery information read morethe popular, stretching approach will help students to reach their full potientialwritten by an experienced author, stephen pople, this updated edition is full of engaging content with up-to-date examples to cover all aspects of the cambridge syllabusthe step-by-step approach will lead students through the course in a logical learning order building knowledge and practical skills with regular questions and practical activitiesextension material will stretch the highest ability students and prepare them to take the next step in their learning

    16 €

  • Please note this title is suitable for any student studying: exam board: ocr level: a level year 1 and as subject: biology first teaching: september first exams: june written by curriculum and specification experts, this student book supports and extends students through their course whilst delivering the breadth, depth, and skills needed to succeed at a level and beyondcover scuffed at cornersschool ownership sticker on inside of coversee oxfam website for delivery information read morepages clean and brightoxfam books & music salisbury good condition copy of this textbook

    19 €

  • Nuevo espanol en marcha: student book level a2a good book to learn spanish for beginnersit has some exercises completed but is otherwise in a very good condition

    13 €

  • Issued by the department of health and social securityoxfam shop exmouth butter token book jan , with two pages of tokens remaining - six pages have been usedthis is a relic of our early eu membership - the eec 'butter mountain' of the early seventies - when to help dispose of the all the excess butter, concessionary tokens were issuedsee oxfam website for delivery information read more  in fact most of the butter was eventually sold to russia at a huge loss to the eec

    7 €

  • The complete companions: as student book for aqa a psycholoby flanagan, caradispatched with royal mail 1st classcondition is good

    5 €

  • The complete companions: as student book for wjec psychology by lucycondition is newdispatched with royal mail 1st class

    14 €

  • Complete companions: a2 student book for wjec psychology by cara flanagan, juliadispatched with royal mail 1st classcondition is very good

    4 €

  • The complete companions: as student book for wjec psychology by lucydispatched with royal mail 1st classcondition is very good

    6 €

  • Anyone interested in how to implement the forest school ethos in their learning environment will be enthused and inspired by this bookoxfam books & music lichfield how can you use the forest school ethos for the benefit of all your students? forest school is now being used with a wide range of different age groups and in many different settings, and it can address issues such as obesity, public health and social wellbeingthis book includes case studies that will help to demonstrate how to run forest school sessions with: - children in older primary classes - secondary schools - children in urban environments - special schools - young people in residential homes - school refusers - young people who have been excluded - adults with autistic-spectrum disorders - family centressara knight is an experienced early years educator and senior lecturer at anglia ruskin universitysee oxfam website for delivery information read moreshe is a trained forest school practitioner and author of forest schools and outdoor learning in the early years and risk and adventure in early years outdoor play (both published by sage)

    9 €

  • Supportive care in heart failure integrates the complexities of heart failure care, bridging knowledge bases from cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, general medicine and palliative careit has become evident that supportive care is integral to comprehensive heart failure care, and this book provides an evidence-based overview of heart failure aetiology, its management, and the supportive care required by patients throughout the course of their diseasebut by applying the principles of palliative medicine, it is possible to offer a supportive care approach that synthesizes the experience of both the heart failure specialist and the palliative care physician, and offers the best possible quality of care to this group of patientsthe book reviews essential information about epidemiology and pathophysiology of heart failure, and evidence-based medical, device, surgical and interdisciplinary managementthe care of this group of patients has evolved significantly over recent years as our knowledge and understanding of the pathophysiology of heart failure has developedit addresses the evaluation and management of quality of life, common symptoms and problems associated with heart failure, and the holistic approach to supportive care throughout the course of the illness through the end of lifeprognostication, communication, and ethical decision making are reviewed in detailthis can only rise over coming years as the ageing population, particularly in industrialized countries, increasingly suffers from heart failure and its related comorbiditiessee oxfam website for delivery information read moreoxfam shop dumfries heart failure occurs in almost epidemic proportions, placing a huge burden on both the healthcare system, and sufferers and their familiesheart failure has traditionally presented a challenge to physicians, as a generally progressive condition with significant symptoms, a poor quality of life, and high mortality

    11 €

  • Anyone interested in how to implement the forest school ethos in their learning environment will be enthused and inspired by this bookhow can you use the forest school ethos for the benefit of all your students? forest school is now being used with a wide range of different age groups and in many different settings, and it can address issues such as obesity, public health and social wellbeingthis book includes case studies that will help to demonstrate how to run forest school sessions with: - children in older primary classes - secondary schools - children in urban environments - special schools - young people in residential homes - school refusers - young people who have been excluded - adults with autistic-spectrum disorders - family centressara knight is an experienced early years educator and senior lecturer at anglia ruskin universityoxfam bookshop kingsbridge an excellent, clean copysee oxfam website for delivery information read moreshe is a trained forest school practitioner and author of forest schools and outdoor learning in the early years and risk and adventure in early years outdoor play (both published by sage)

    9 €

  • Gcse french aqa higher student book 1 jun steve harrison & stuart glover oxford university press as new

    14 €

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