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Published October, 2016
By Charlotte Clarke, Julie Taylor and Matthias Schwannauer
Publisher: Elsevier (Dunedin Academic Press)
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Explores the issues of risk and resilience in health and social care across the age spectrum and analyses the underpinning concepts.

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Published October, 2015
By Jane V. Appleton and Sue Peckover
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Examines the crucial role of nurses and other public health professionals in child protection.

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Published October, 2015
By Julie Taylor and Julia Seng
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Studies of traumatic stress, attachment, and neurobiology, confirm the importance of the mother and child bond for life-long health. Yet intergenerational cycles of childhood maltreatment and psychiatric vulnerability may endanger that bond to warrant a prevention approach. Trauma-informed care and interventions in maternity services may be needed.

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Published December, 2011
By Emma Miller
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Emma Miller explores understandings of public service outcomes from the perspectives of service stakeholders, ranging from service users and carers to policy-makers, and emphasises the need for a common perspective. Two core outcomes paradigms are currently at play: the improving and the proving agendas.

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Published December, 2011
By Ken Barrie
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Ken Barrie considers alcohol use and problems in a contemporary context, in the UK, taking account of mounting concerns about health and antisocial behaviour in the early years of the 21st century. These concerns are set against the decreasing price of alcohol and increasing consumption over the past four decades.

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Published July, 2011
By David H. Stone
Publisher: Elsevier (Dunedin Academic Press)
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Injury, unintentional or intentional, is the largest single cause of mortality in children. David H. Stone presents an introductory text for graduate and undergraduate students that summarises the key principles of injury prevention and discusses how these may be translated most effectively into practice.

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Published November, 2009
By Jacqueline H. Watts
Publisher: Elsevier (Dunedin Academic Press)
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The theory and practice of palliative care, hospice development and a range of grief models that can inform bereavement care, drawing out some of the challenges for care practitioners. The underpinning themes include diversity; communication; palliative care; meanings of spirituality; and support for bereaved people.

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Published September, 2009
By Liz Forbat, Gill Hubbard and Nora Kearney
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The book develops a theory of an enhanced culture of caring to strengthen support for those diagnosed with cancer. The authors' findings have national and international relevance for people working in cancer care and, by extension, for all those treating people coping with life-limiting or life-threatening diseases

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Published November, 2007
By Alison Petch
Publisher: Elsevier (Dunedin Academic Press)
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