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cover image - Workbook for Essentials of Human Diseases and Conditions - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource,6th Edition
ISBN: 9780323340182
Page Count: 240
Imprint: Saunders
List Price: $35.99

Workbook for Essentials of Human Diseases and Conditions - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource, 6th Edition

by Margaret Schell Frazier, RN, CMA, BS and Jeanette Drzymkowski, RN, BS

Elsevier eBook on VitalSource

cover image - Workbook for Essentials of Human Diseases and Conditions - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource,6th Edition
ISBN: 9780323340182
Page Count: 240
Imprint: Saunders
List Price: $35.99
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Learn to master important disease pathology with this helpful workbook. Filled with labeling activities, critical thinking questions, patient screening scenarios, certification exam review exercises, and much more, this dynamic workbook challenges users to recall key terminology, identify important anatomic structures, apply concepts to realistic patient scenarios, and prepare for success on certification exams.

    • Word definitions and glossary terms provide a review of medical terminology and reinforce key concepts from the main text.
    • Fill-in-the-blank and short answer exercises help users retain information and foster critical thinking.
    • Labeling exercises include illustrations of anatomical structures and processes giving users the ability to practice their knowledge of disease processes.
    • Patient screening scenarios offer practice in recognizing the varying degrees of urgency in patient situations.
    • Certification exam review provide extra testing practice in a format similar to actual certification exams.
  • Preface



    1. The Police and the State

    Models of the State

    The Perspective of the State Agents

    The Chiefs and the Local State — Towards an Alternative Theorization of Urban Managers


    Part One. Autonomy

    2. The Chiefs and the Local State: I. The Development of Managerial Autonomy

    Introduction—The Political Relation

    The Historical Relation between Police and Local State

    The Political Economy of the City at the Time of Police Reform

    The Origins of the Liverpool Police

    The Old Police

    Fractional Conflicts over the New Police

    The Political Relation 1836-1910

    The Development of Autonomy—The Order to "Proceed against Brothels"

    The Construction of the Managerial Role


    3. The Chiefs and the Local State Since the 1964 Police Act


    The Orthodox Analyses: Exegesis and Critique

    The Demise of the Local Political Relation

    The Political Relation in the 1970s

    The Relation of the Committee within the Local State

    The Financial Constraints

    The Structuring of Information

    The Practice of Local Police Management


    4. The Central State and the Negotiation of Resources

    The Relationship Prior to World War I

    The Relation Between the Wars

    Post-War—Negotiation via Formulae

    The Police Inspectorate

    The Home Office Circular

    Parliament and Residual Forms of Accountability


    5. The Legal Relation

    The Police Institution and the Doctrine of "Original Powers"

    The Power of Prosecution

    Prosecution Power—The Example o f Cautioning

    Standardization and Public Order Offences


    6. The Police Institution

    The Chiefs as Negotiators of Law Enforcement Resources

    The Institutional Form of Police Independence

    Negotiation, Independence and the Police Institution


    Part Two. Consent

    7. Consent: Class Relations in Police History


    Orthodox Histories of the Police: A Discourse of Consent

    The Class Relations of the Police Institution in Social History


    8. Consent, Dissent and Reconstruction

    Consent and Dissent—The Ambivalence in Attitudes to the Police

    Community Policing and the Re-Construction of Consent


    9. Police Work, Negotiation, Autonomy and Consent

    The Constraints on the Police Manager

    The Conjunction between Police Organization and the Major Social Classes

    Autonomy and Consent—The "Concrete" Limits

    Postscript: The Toxteth Riots, 1981

    The Historical Context

    The Conjunction Between Police and Society

    The Legal Relation

    The Riots and Autonomy and Consent in the City



  • Margaret Schell Frazier, RN, CMA, BS, Formerly-Department Chair, Health and Human Services Division, Program Chair, Medical Assisting Program, Ivy Tech State College, Fort Wayne, IN and Jeanette Drzymkowski, RN, BS, Formerly-Associate Faculty, Ivy Tech State College, Northeast, Fort Wayne, IN
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