The Practitioner S Guide To The Pct

Author: Jay A. Erstling
Editor: Amer Bar Assn
ISBN: 9781627220149
Size: 15,98 MB
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The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) is the heart of the international patent system and should be considered in every applicant's patent filing strategy. This book demystifies the PCT, helping practitioners employ the system to their client's advantage. Beginning with a clear explanation of the PCT's framework, the book's in-depth chapters equip applicants with the tools necessary to effectively use this global, treaty-based system. It covers all aspects of the PCT, from its requirements and procedures to practice-focused strategies and recommendations for a PCT application.

A Practitioner S Guide To Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

Author: Raymond A. DiGiuseppe
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199908184
Size: 10,95 MB
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Extensively updated to include clinical findings over the last two decades, this third edition of A Practitioner's Guide to Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy reviews the philosophy, theory, and clinical practice of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). This model is based on the work of Albert Ellis, who had an enormous influence on the field of psychotherapy over his 50 years of practice and scholarly writing. Designed for both therapists-in-training and seasoned professionals, this practical treatment manual and guide introduces the basic principles of rational-emotive behavior therapy, explains general therapeutic strategies, and offers many illustrative dialogues between therapist and patient. The volume breaks down each stage of therapy to present the exact procedures and skills therapists need, and numerous case studies illustrate how to use these skills. The authors describe both technical and specific strategic interventions, and they stress taking an integrative approach. The importance of building a therapeutic alliance and the use of cognitive, emotive, evocative, imaginal, and behavioral interventions serves as the unifying theme of the approach. Intervention models are presented for the treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, anger, personality disorders, and addictions. Psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, psychotherapists, and students and trainees in these areas will find this book useful in learning to apply rational-emotive behavior therapy in practice.

Reference Guide To The Mental Health Act 1983

Author: Great Britain. Department of Health
Editor: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780113228232
Size: 13,81 MB
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This reference guide is intended as a source of reference for people who want to understand the provisions of the Mental Health Act 1983 (ISBN 9780105420835) as it is amended by the Mental Health Act 2007 (ISBN 9780105412076). It sets out the main provisions of the Act and the associated secondary legislation as they will stand at 3 November 2008 (which is when the majority of the amendments made by the Mental Health Act 2007 take effect). The guide is about the Act as it applies in England. Guidance on the way the Act should be applied in practice is given in the revised Code of practice (2008, ISBN 9780113228096).

Exposure Treatments For Anxiety Disorders

Author: Johan Rosqvist
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 0415948479
Size: 15,10 MB
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Exposure Treatments for Anxiety Disorders is a unique volume, as it draws together the latest research on the rapidly-expanding field of anxiety disorders and illuminates how to correctly apply the proven methodology of behavioral therapy techniques to the variety of situations that face today's mental health professional. That said, cognitive therapy has in the last 10 years gotten increased attention as an alternative to behavior therapy in the treatment of anxiety disorders. But while it is gaining acceptance among practitioners, cognitive therapy has yet to illustrate substantial benefits above those that behavior therapy can already provide. In light of the aforementioned, coupled with the pressure many practitioners feel from managed care paradigms and shrinking healthcare coverage, this book will be a welcome resource allowing for increased clarity of action, accountability, and ultimately, positive client outcome. Each chapter is designed to address pivotal aspects in the assessment, formulation and diagnosis, and treatment of anxiety disorders, to a sufficient depth that the generalist practitioner will be comfortable using this book as a guide when working with the anxiety disordered client.

The Gpvts Guide To Success

Author: Lucy Blunt
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191621129
Size: 15,57 MB
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This invaluable guide to the GPVTS supports trainees from the process of application, through to qualification and beyond. Written by a recently qualified general practitioner, it combines a frank and friendly approach with a wealth of insider knowledge to guide the trainee through each stage of the training process. It not only features real-life case studies from those in training or who have recently completed training but also gives handy hints and tips on how to avoid some of the common trainee pitfalls. This first hand account aims to guide trainees through all the highs and lows of training and practising as a GP plus everything inbetween.

European Patent Law

Author: Ian Muir
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780199254279
Size: 18,14 MB
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This text provides an analysis of European patent law and procedure (including practice under the PCT) and examines the provisions and case-law of the European Patent Convention, the Patent Law Treaty, and Community Patent.

Adverse Impact And Test Validation

Author: Dan Biddle
Editor: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780566087783
Size: 14,50 MB
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This book provides human resource practitioners, academicians, and employment attorneys with practical, 'hands on' steps to follow for analyzing employment tests for adverse impact and for conducting defensible validation studies using techniques that have been previously supported in court. This second edition contains two new chapters and updated software on the CD included with the book.

Cpd For Non Medical Prescribers

Author: Marion Waite
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781444317732
Size: 20,55 MB
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In this new era of healthcare, the importance of ContinuingProfessional Development cannot be underestimated. Non-Medical Prescribers have a responsibility to themselves, theiremployer and their patients to keep up-to-date with developments inthis fast-moving area of healthcare. This book looks at the currentcontext of CPD in this area and provides guidance for facilitation. The book is divided into three clear sections. The first looksat general principles of CPD and considers overarching andorganisational issues such as clinical governance. The secondsection looks at specific approaches adopted by individuals/truststo facilitate CPD, for example e-learning and how to keepup-to-date with pharmacology. The final section is a resourcesection which includes a number of usable documents relating toeach chapter which identify further resources and include practicalideas, tools and objects. Includes legal and professional frameworks Tied in closely with the latest government guidelines andstandards, including guidance from the NMC as well as the RoyalPharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSBG) Includes contributions from health professionals from avariety of backgrounds Suitable for non-medical prescribers, as well as theirmanagers, practice managers and prescribing leads responsible forproviding CPD

Promoting Health A Practical Guide E Book

Author: Angela Scriven
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702044393
Size: 15,13 MB
Format: PDF
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This title is now out of print. A new version with e-book is available under ISBN 9780702044564. Promoting Health is a seminal text that has been used in the training and education of health promoters over the last 25 years and has shaped health promotion practice in the UK. This 6th edition has undergone significant revision by a new author, Angela Scriven, a leading academic widely published in the health-promotion field, bringing it up to date with current practice. The text provides an accessible practical guide for all those involved in health promotion. Concerned with the what, why, who and how of health promotion, it is invaluable to students of the discipline. Fully updated to meet the needs of today’s public health practitioners Case studies and exercises enable application of ideas Provides practice and guidance on report writing, running meetings and working with the media and influencing policy Discusses working with groups and networks, as well as individual clients User-friendly, interactive style New, contemporary format