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The bookbinder : a novel / by Williams, Pip,1969-author.;
"It is 1914, and as the war draws the young men of Britain away to fight, women must keep the nation running. Two of those women are Peggy and Maude, twin sisters who live on a narrowboat in Oxford and work in the bindery at the university press. Ambitious, intelligent Peggy has been told for most of her life that her job is to bind the books, not read them--but as she folds and gathers pages, her mind wanders to the opposite side of Walton Street, where the female students of Oxford's Somerville College have a whole library at their fingertips. Maude, meanwhile, wants nothing more than what she has: to spend her days folding the pages of books in the company of the other bindery girls. She is extraordinary but vulnerable, and Peggy feels compelled to watch over her. Then refugees arrive from the war-torn cities of Belgium, sending ripples through the Oxford community and the sisters' lives. Peggy begins to see the possibility of another future where she can educate herself and use her intellect, not just her hands. But as war and illness reshape her world, her love for a Belgian soldier--and the responsibility that comes with it--threaten to hold her back"--
Subjects: Historical fiction.; Women bookbinders; Twins; Sisters; Bookbinding; Soldiers; World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1914-1918;
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Inkdeath / by Funke, Cornelia Caroline.; Bell, Anthea.;
As Bluejay--Mo's fictitious double--tries to keep the Book of Immortality from unraveling, Adderhead kidnaps all the children in the kingdom, asking for Bluejay's surrender or the children will be doomed to slavery in the silver mines.
Subjects: Kidnapping; Books and reading; Bookbinding; Characters and characteristics in literature; Magic; Kidnapping; Books and reading; Bookbinding; Characters in literature; Magic;
© 2009, ©2008., Chicken House/Scholastic Inc.,
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Inkheart / by Funke, Cornelia Caroline.;
Twelve-year-old Meggie learns that her father Mo, a bookbinder, can "read" fictional characters to life when an evil ruler named Capricorn, freed from the novel "Inkheart" years earlier, tries to force Mo to release an immortal monster from the story.
Subjects: Fantasy fiction.; Books and reading; Characters and characteristics in literature; Magic; Bookbinding; Authorship; Books and reading; Characters in literature; Magic; Bookbinding; Authorship; Fantasy.;
© 2007, ©2003., Chicken House/Scholastic,
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Inkspell / by Funke, Cornelia Caroline.; Bell, Anthea.;
Now thirteen, Meggie "reads" herself into Inkworld, where she, her family, and the characters in the book face chaos and danger as the original creator of the world frantically tries to redirect the story.
Subjects: Fantasy fiction.; Books and reading; Characters and characteristics in literature; Magic; Books and reading; Authorship; Characters in literature; Bookbinding; Magic;
© 2007, ©2005., Chicken House/Scholastic,
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Oxford textbook of palliative nursing / by Ferrell, Betty,editor.; Paice, Judith A.,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- Section I. General principles. Introduction to palliative care / Betty Rolling Ferrell -- National Consensus Project for Quality Palliative Care : assuring quality palliative care through Clinical Practice Guidelines / Constance M. Dahlin -- Hospital-based palliative care / Patricia Maani-Fogelman -- Principles of patient and family assessment / John D. Chovan -- Communication in palliative care : an essential competency for nurses / Constance M. Dahlin and Elaine Wittenberg -- Advance care planning / Shigeko Izumi -- Section II. Symptom assessment and management. Interdisciplinary palliative care teams : specialists in delivering palliative care / Polly Mazanec, Rebekah Reimer, Jessica Bullington, Patrick J. Coyne, Herman Harris, II, Mary Catherine Dubois, Catherine Rogers, and Jennifer Aron -- Pain assessment / Regina M. Fink, Rose A. Gates, and Kate D. Jeffers -- Pain management / Judith A. Paice -- Fatigue / Edith O'Neil-Page, Grace E. Dean, and Paula R. Anderson -- Anorexia and cachexia / Elizabeth E. Schack and Dorothy Wholihan -- Nausea and vomiting / David Collett and Kimberly Chow -- Dysphagia, hiccups, and other oral symptoms / Rachel Klinedinst, Audrey Kurash Cohen, and Constance M. Dahlin -- Bowel management : constipation, obstruction, diarrhea, and ascites / Stefanie N. Mooney, Purvi Patel, and Sorin Buga -- Medically administered nutrition and hydration / Katy M. Lanz, Michelle S. Gabriel, and Jennifer A. Tschanz -- Dyspnea, cough, and terminal secretions / DorAnne Donesky -- Bladder management in palliative care / Naomi Farrington and Catherine Murphy -- Lymphedema management / Mei R. Fu, Bonnie B. Lasinski, Janet H. Van Cleave, and Charles P. Tilley -- Palliative wound, ostomy, and continence care / Charles Pl. Tilley, Mei R. Fu, and Jana M. Lipson -- Pruritus, fever, and sweats / Angel Smothers -- Neurological disorders / Margaret A. Schwartz -- Anxiety and depression / Jaroslava Salman, Emma Wolfe, and Sunita K. Patel -- Delirium, confusion, and agitation / Wendy Goldberg, Greg Mahr, Amy M. Williams, and Michael Ryan -- Insomnia / Karla Schroeder -- Sexuality and intimacy in serious illness and at the end of life / Quinten Robertson and Kelli Gershon -- Sedation for refractory symptoms / Chandana Banerjee and Bonnie Freeman -- Complementary and integrative therapies in palliative care / Mary-Anne Meyer and Melinda Ring -- Withdrawal of invasive mechanical ventilation / Margaret K. Campbell --Section III. Psychosocial and spiritual support. The meaning of hope in the dying / Valerie T. Cotter and Anessa M. Foxwell -- Bereavement / Inge B. Corless and Janice Bell Meisenhelder -- Supporting families and family caregivers in palliative care / Kelli I. Stajduhar and J. Nicholas Dionne-Odom -- Planning for the actual death / Patricia Berry and Julie Griffie -- Spiritual screening, history, and assessment / Elizabeth Johnston Taylor -- Spiritual care intervention / William Rosa -- Meaning in illness / Tami Borneman and Katherine Brown-Saltzman -- Section IV. Special patient populations. Cultural considerations in palliative care / Carrie Cormack, Polly Mazanec, and Joan T. Panke -- Older adult patients in the community / Carol O. Long -- Poor, homeless and underserved populations / Caroline Olney, Sarah Stroe, and Anne Hughes -- Palliative care for patients with mental illness / John D. Chovan and Betty D. Morgan -- Palliative care for people living with HIV / Jacquelyn Slomka -- Caring for the patient with substance use disorder at the end of life / Peggy Compton, Yu-Ping Chang, and Salimah Meghani -- Cancer survivorship / Anne Reb and Denice Economou -- Veterans / Deborah Grassman -- Organ donation / Lissi Hansen and Luren F. Dunn -- Pulmonary palliative care / Patricia A. Maani-Fogelman and Ruby A. Weller -- Palliative care in heart failure / J. Nicholas Dionne-Odom, Rachel Wells, and Keith M. Swetz -- Section V. End-of-life care across settings. Improving the quality of care across all settings / Marilyn Bookbinder, Romina Arceo, and James T. McDaniel -- Long-term care : focus on nursing homes / Joan Carpenter and Mary Ersek -- Palliative care in the community / Nancy Robertson and Barbara Sutton -- The intensive care unit / Jennifer K. McAdam and Céline Gélinas -- Palliative care nursing in the outpatient setting / Pamela Stetzlein Davies and Kathleen Broglio -- Palliative care in the emergency department / Rebecca Wright and Benjamin Roberts -- The role of nursing in caring for patients receiving palliative surgery or chemotherapy / Virginia Sun, Tami Tittelfitz, and Marjorie J. Hein -- Rural palliative care / Richard A. Taylor, J. Nicholas Dionne-Odom, Erin R. Currie, Macy Stockdill, and Marie A. Bakitas -- The role of PT, OT, and other therapies in palliative care for seriously ill patients / Dennis Lin, Megan Borjan, Seanell D. San Andres, and Christina Kelly -- Value-based care / Finly Zachariah and William Dale --Section VI. Pediatric palliative care. Symptom management in pediatric palliative care / Joan "Jody" Chrastek and Camara van Breemen -- Pediatric hospice and palliative care / Vanessa Battista and Gwenn LaRagione -- Pediatric goals of care : leading through uncertainty / Christina McDaniel and Jordan M. Desai -- End-of-life decision-making in pediatric oncology / Deborah A. Lafond and Katherine Patterson Kelly -- Palliative care in the perinatal setting : neonatal intensive care unit, labor and delivery unit / Cheryl Ann Thaxton, Diana Jacobson, Heather Murphy, and Tracey Whitley -- Grief and bereavement in perinatal and pediatric palliative care / Rana Limbo, Kathie Kobler, and Betty Davies -- Pediatric pain : knowing the chilld before you / Juliana H. O'Brien and Maggie C. Root -- Supporting adolescents with a parent in hospice / Denice Sheehan, Pamela Stephenson, M. Murray Mayo, Diane Snyder Cowan, and Dana Hansen -- Use of social media as a communication tool for people with serious illness and their families / Dana Hansen, Amy Petrinec, and Nidal Harb -- Access to pediatric hospice and palliative care / Lisa C. Lindley and Jessica Keim-Malpass -- Section VII. Special issues for the nurse in end-of-life care. The advanced practice registered nurse / Clareen Wiencek and Alexander Wolf -- Self-care / Kathy G. Kravits -- Ethical considerations in palliative care / Mary Jo Prince-Paul and Barbara J. Daly -- Palliative care and requests for assistance in dying / Carey T. Ramirez Kathleen Fundalinski, Judy Knudson, and John Himberger -- Nursing education / Pam Malloy and Andra Davis -- Nursing research / Terrah Foster Akard, Karen Hyden, and Mary Jo Gilmer -- Advocacy in palliative nursing : a conceptual model / Nessa Coyle and Timothy W. Kirk -- Global palliative care / Virginia LeBaron and Annette Galassi -- The ethos of palliative nursing / Mark Lazenby and Michael Anthony Moore.The Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing is a comprehensive textbook on the art and science of palliative care nursing. Including new chapters on advance care planning, organ donation, self-care, global palliative care, and the ethos of palliative nursing, each chapter is rich with tables and figures, case examples for improved learning, and a strong evidence-based practice to support the highest quality of care. The book offers a valuable and practical resource for students and clinicians across all settings of care. Developed with the intention of emphasizing the need to extend palliative care beyond the specialty to be integrated in all settings and by all clinicians caring for the seriously ill, this new edition will continue to serve as the cornerstone of palliative care education. The content is relevant for specialty hospice agencies and palliative care programs, as well as generalist knowledge for schools of nursing, oncology, critical care, and pediatric.
Subjects: Terminal care.; Palliative treatment.; Nursing.; Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing; Palliative Care.; Terminal Care.;
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