6 edition of People care in institutions found in the catalog.
|Series||The Child & youth services series|
|LC Classifications||HV63.U6 W69 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||90004609|
This accessible book enables primary care teams to produce optimal standards of care in old age, and is helpful in the organization of preventive care programmes. Emphasizing the need for joint working, the book draws together practical knowledge and skills to produce an essential source of reference and advice for all those involved in. Growing up in foster homes and care institutions, Alan Dapré dreamed of living in a ‘real home surrounded by books’. In reality, the few books he had, he treasured. In this revealing account Alan, a prolific author, makes an impassioned case for enabling all children to read, and have opportunities to excel, regardless of circumstance.
s, health care was already a massive enterprise. By the late s, hospitals em-ployed far more people than the steel in-dustry, the automobile industry, and inter-state railroads. One of every eight Americans was admitted annually as an in-patient (Somers and Somers, ). To study health care, with all its contradictions. Institutions and nursing facilities are, most of the time, the most expensive, lease effective level of care, especially when you're talking about children and young adults who need the same thing.
Children, Young People and Care. ISBN | Quantity: Shopping Cart Summary. and in relation to spaces and institutions of care. It is the first collection specifically devoted to the subject of care in relation to childhood and youth. As such, the book will be a key resource for academics, practitioners and students seeking leading-edge. In many countries people do not have access to basic mental health care and treatment they require. In others, the absence of community based mental health care means the only care available is in psychiatric institutions which are associated with gross human rights violations including inhuman and degrading treatment and living conditions.
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Nonfiction books about mental hospitals -- memoirs from patients or doctors, or just books about the running or history of mental hospitals. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
He currently sits on the editorial board of both the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice and Journal of Health, Politics, Policy, and Law as well as on the international advisory board of the London School of Economics (Health and Social Care).
He is an author or co-author of numerous books and author of over a hundred scholarly articles/5(3). This insightful new book looks in detail at five institutions: schools, hospitals, care homes for the elderly, prisons and the armed forces.
As well as providing a fascinating history of the provision of food in each institution, each section considers: current policy and standards and their implementation. This text consists of eleven chapters concisely summarizing general adult psychiatry in the form of notes.
It is primarily intended for junior hospital psychiatrists, general practitioners and medical students; however, psychiatric nurses, psychiatric social workers, psychiatric occupational therapists and clinical psychologists may also find the book an : Susan Carmody, Sue Forster.
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This edition of the book—which has become the standard in the field of institutional and health care foodservice— contains the most current data on the successful.
In spite of the problems of the poorhouse system, most people seemed convinced that building large institutions was the best way to deal with those who needed the help of one kind or another. In the newly industrialized society these institutions built to “efficiently” care for the poor, the sick, and the elderly bore an eerie resemblance.
The chapters are organised within three parts that look at the triangle of people + work + care in the home. At a time when homes are increasingly becoming local hubs for care and wellbeing, this volume is a critical and useful addition to current literature in the social sciences, humanities, economics, culture, care and wellbeing in the.
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Preservation should be distinguished from conservation-restoration of cultural heritage, which refers to the treatment and repair of individual items to slow the process of decay, or restore them to a usable state. By some counts, Roth says, as many as half of all inmates suffer from some sort of psychiatric disorder; jails in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago are now the three largest institutions providing psychiatric care in the U.S.Environmental factors and quality of care are important for elderly people in care institutions; while religious seem to only affect QoL of those living in communities.
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