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Author: Felicity Brown; Spoops
Publisher: London : HarperCollins, 2008.
ISBNISSN: 9780007293667, 0007293666, 9780007303779, 0007303777
Genre: Fantasy fiction, Fiction, Juvenile works, Children's stories, Juvenile fiction
Notes: 121 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Responsibility: Valkrist's flight
Edition: Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English

Literaturangaben Caption title. IntroductionPart I. Compliance, cooperation or clash? The relationship between the UK and the ECHR/Strasbourg Court --
Part II. Specific issues of conflict --
Part III. The interplay of human rights in Europe: ECHR, EU and national human rights --
Part IV. Perspectives from other jurisdiction: contrasts and comparisons with the UK experience --
Part V. The role of the media in shaping the relationship --
Conclusions. Comprend du texte en anglais.
Titre de la couverture. S. VII-XXXV William O. Oldman: the man and his collection / Roger Neich and Janet Davidson. Water to wine --
Healing the nobleman's son --
The haul of fish --
Casting out an unclean spirit --
Peter's mother-in-law is healed --
The healing of a leper --
The healing of the man with palsy --
The lame man healed at the Pool of Bethesda. Theotokos and imperial power --
Origins of the civic cult --
The Avar siege: memory and change --
In the context of war --
Icons in practice --
The Hodegetria icon and its Tuesday procession --
The Blachernai responds: the icon of the "usual miracle" --
Synthesis: imperial memorial rites at the Pantokrator. Sammlung / William O. / Oldman. Loss of dignity. Collection of essays examining the fundamental legal and policy issues to which the United Kingdom's relationship with European human rights gives rise. Includes detailed examination of how the UK's relationship has evolved historically, how strains arising from conflicting jurisprudence and competing judicial and political institutions have been managed, what lessons can be learned from the comparative experience of other European states, and the role of the media in shaping the relationship and in developing or undermining a human rights culture. Provided by cataloger, as paraphrased from book jacket reviews Chemistry is designed for the two-semester general chemistry course. For many students, this course provides the foundation to a career in chemistry, while for others, this may be their only college-level science course. As such, this textbook provides an important opportunity for students to learn the core concepts of chemistry and understand how those concepts apply to their lives and the world around them. The text has been developed to meet the scope and sequence of most general chemistry courses. At the same time, the book includes a number of innovative features designed to enhance student learning. A strength of Chemistry is that instructors can customize the book, adapting it to the approach that works best in their classroom. Title from title screen.
Includes index. pt. 1. Theoretical framework --
pt. 2. Treatment. Examines the miracles in the New Testament and what we can learn from each one. Chapter 1: Introduction to Alfresco; Chapter 2: Installing and getting started with Alfresco; Chapter 3: Planning; Chapter 4: Implementing Membership and Security; Chapter 5: Implementing Document Management; Chapter 6: Implementing Business Rules; Chapter 7: Extending the Alfresco Content Model; Chapter 8: Search; Chapter 9: Implementing Simple Workflow; Chapter 10: Collaboration and Syndication; Chapter 11: Customizing User Interface; Chapter 12: Maintaining the System. Front cover; Front matter; Mosby's Canadian textbook for the support worker; Copyright; Dedication; How to use; Table of contents; About the authors; Sheila A. Sorrentino, RN, PhD; Leighann N. Remmert, RN, MS; Mary J. Wilk, RN, GNC(C), BA, BSCN, MN; Rosemary Newmaster, RN; Canadian editorial advisory board; Canadian reviewers; Acknowledgements; Instructor preface; New to the third Canadian edition; Guiding principles; Pedagogical features and design; An important note on terminology and equipment; Student preface; 1 Preview; 2 Question; 3 Read and record; 4 Recite and review. 1 The role of the support workerObjectives; Key terms; Support work across Canada; Settings for support work; Support worker responsibilities; Personal care; Support for nurses and other health care professionals; Family support; Social support; Housekeeping or home management; The people you support; The health care team; Regulated and unregulated workers; Scope of practice; Professional development; The supervision of support workers; Being a professional; The priorities of support work: compassionate care and support; Decision making and problem solving; Key points. 2 The Canadian health care systemObjectives; Key terms; The evolution of Canada's health care system; Canadian health care in the past; The modern health care system; The federal role; Primary, secondary, and tertiary health care delivery; The provincial or territorial role; Health care challenges, supplementary services, and trends; Challenges; Additional (supplementary) services; Private insurance; Trends; Health promotion and disease prevention; Home care; Services and funding; Key points; 3 Workplace settings; Objectives; Key terms; Working in community-based settings; Home care. Community day programsWorking directly for clients; Working in a facility; Hospitals and other medical facilities; Residential facilities; Assisted-living facilities; Group homes; Retirement residences; Long-term care facilities; Issues and challenges associated with facility-based care; Key points; 4 Health, wellness, illness, and disability; Objectives; Key terms; Health and wellness; Definitions of health in the past; Modern definitions of health; Dimensions of health; Physical health; Emotional health; Social health; Spiritual health; Cognitive health. Culture and health, wellness, illness, and disabilityPersonal factors that can influence health; 1. personal lifestyle choices; 2. stress; 3. personal beliefs about health care; 4. social relationships and belonging; 5. sense of control; Influences on our health beyond our immediate control: determinants of health; Disease and illness prevention strategies; Illness and disability; Supporting clients with illness and disability; Change and loss associated with illness and disability; Change in routine; Change in work life; Change in family life; Change in sexual function; Loss of independence. Reprint. Originally published: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., 1980.