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The therapeutic use of a hospital library

by Elizabeth Green

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Published in New York? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hospital libraries

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSchwab, Sidney Isaac
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p. ;
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26382345M
    OCLC/WorldCa77312186

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Library services were a significant part of therapeutic programs for the mentally ill By the second half of the nineteenth century, it was not uncommon to find both psychiatric and general hospitals publishing printed catalogs of their books.

Bibliotherapy (also referred to as "book therapy" poetry therapy or therapeutic storytelling) is a creative arts therapies modality that involves storytelling or the reading of specific texts with the purpose of healing. It uses an individual's relationship to the content of books and poetry and other written words as therapy is often combined with writing : D Discuss how one free standing children's hospital created an annotated and reviewed therapeutic library for clinical and caregiver use Explore creative solutions of how to provide bibliotherapy to patients and siblings experiencing medical stressors.

The Therapeutic Library addresses sensitive issues in an accessible manner through the use of books as families navigate the unfamiliar hospital setting. Therapeutic books aid in discussions of difficult diagnoses, prognoses, treatments, and procedures, as well as working through associated emotional and effectual occurrences.

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Hormones - therapeutic use Androgen Antagonists - therapeutic use Popular Works Notes Companion book to Promoting wellness for prostate cancer patients / Moyad, Mark. ISBN Language English Material Type. The lists below include electronic books by topic and electronic book collections provided by the Medical College of Wisconsin Libraries.

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Get this from a library. The therapeutic use of antibiotics in hospital practice: proceedings of a symposium held at St. Thomas's Hospital Medical School. [Mark Ridley; Ian Phillips; St.

Thomas' Hospital (London, England). Medical School.]. Antibiotics - therapeutic use Bacterial Infections - drug therapy Tables ISBN 47th pocket ed. (Book, Ebook) Audience Professional Agency BC Cancer Agency Location Provincial Pharmacy BCCA CN Pharmacy R2 Library Subjects Anti-Infective Agents - therapeutic use.

The therapeutic relationship as a secure attachment relationship. Attachment and affect regulation. Avoidant attachment patterns and the deactivating of emotions.

Preoccupied attachment and the hyperactivating of emotions. The unthought known, reflective function and mentalization. Conclusions. ReferencesCited by: 2. a professor of clinical neurology, described “The Therapeutic Use of.

a Hospital Library.” ti The authors present a fascinating mixture of the library’s obligation to improve its readers and protect its books, and some of the present-day concepts of bibliotherapy.

In the ’s several strands in the development of bibliotherapy. This chapter focuses on the occupational therapists' use of themselves in the therapeutic relationship. This ‘use of self’︁ pertains to a sensitive receptive capacity that therapists are able to develop towards clients.

It often requires that the therapist has been able to explore difficult and painful areas in their past and present life. The facility came to be called "Kirkbride's Hospital." Amariah Brigham, superintendent of the Utica State Hospital in New York advocates the therapeutic value of occupying patients.

The idea that only the therapeutic value should be considered in selecting the activity was a new and important advance toward a more scientific use of.

Library Training. See session times for We offer training on EndNote, 'Finding the Evidence', Ovid Medline, Nursing & Allied Health resources, Cochrane Library, PubMed, as well as 'Introduction to the Library' sessions about accessing Library services and using the Library website.

Download our free calendar. WNHS staff located at another site, and staff from other WA Health sites temporarily working at KEMH will need to apply for EzProxy access - please see How to Request EzProxy Access.

Or contact the Library: [email protected] Author: Karen Rickman. : Therapeutic Drugs, Second Edition (2 Vols): Therapeutic Drugsis an encyclopaedia of drugs used in human medicine. A highly structured monograph of between three and four thousand words deals with each therapeutic entity.

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Or contact the Library: [email protected] or: Karen Rickman. The median time between hospital discharge and relapse to cannabis use was 15 days (95% CI = –) in the nabiximols group and 6 days (95% CI = 0–) in the placebo group.

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ASHP develops official professional policies, in the form of policy positions and guidance documents for the continuum of pharmacy practice settings in integrated health systems.

Statements express basic philosophy, and guidelines (including what were formerly called technical assistance bulletins) offer programmatic advice. Medically supervised, therapeutic fasting regimens can help reverse type 2 diabetes (T2D) and minimise the use of pharmacological and possibly surgical interventions in patients with T2D.

Therapeutic fasting is an underutilised dietary intervention that can provide superior blood glucose reduction compared with standard pharmacological agents.There is a simple registration process with a code supplied in the cover of the book.

This text is a core book for health sciences libraries. Although the trend is toward online everything, The Remington as a core book would be very important to own in the face of a disaster.

The core collection is the back-up to a hospital on auxiliary power Cited by: 6.The Moving Stories Method integrates story, sandtray and play therapy. The stories are told with the aid of a Moving Stories kit and a sandtray as the “theater”. Moving Stories kits are baskets or decorated boxes that contain the characters and props that are used to tell the story.

Together they make up a three dimensional therapeutic library.