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Violence And Abuse In Society

RRP $659.99

Angela Browne-Miller, PhD, is editor of this comprehensive and unique set of four volumes containing over 110 chapters from over 130 international experts with backgrounds in behavioral science, social science, law, and medicine, as well as researchers, practitioners, and lay persons with varied specialties. These volumes cover the following areas reflected by their titles: Volume One: Fundamentals, Effects, and Extremes; Volume Two: Setting, Age, Gender, and Other Key Elements; Volume Three: Psychological, Ritual, Sexual, and Trafficking Issues; and Volume Four: Faces on Intimate Partner Violence. This collection looks at the range of violence and abuse we see today, conducting a detailed examination against the backdrop of a history of violence and abuse around the globe. The works within focus for the most part on violence and abuse taking place outside of war contexts, discussing road rage, child abuse, elder abuse, abuse of women and girls, sex slavery, violent rituals including female genital cutting, abuse within cults, domestic violence, gun violence, and modern problems fueled by technology, including cyberbullying and cyberstalking.


Physical Abuse And Neglect

RRP $707.99

The ultimate text on child maltreatment is now available for continuing education credit. Physical Abuse and Neglect: A Training Curriculum, the first in a series of training modules based on the highly respected science of intervention library of forensic titles from G.W. Medical Publishing, condenses the content of Child Maltreatment: A Clinical Guide and Reference to eight topical chapters meant to familiarize learners with the common forms of abuse and neglect. The training curriculum contains activities, test questions, photographic references, and a PowerPoint teaching presentation and is accredited through Saint Louis University's School of Medicine and School of Nursing to provide CME/CNE credit(s).
Child abuse crosses all social, ethnic, religious, cultural, and professional lines. The increase in public awareness of this problem has led to an increase in the investigation and diagnosis of potential abuse cases. Physical Abuse and Neglect: A Training Curriculum answers a pressing need for educational resources devoted to enabling those who work with children to understand and recognize potential cases of neglect or abuse and to training them in appropriate courses of action in what are often highly sensitive circumstances. The program is aimed not only at forensic diagnosis, but is also meant to remove the uncertainty often felt when facing a situation in which a child may be at risk.
This educational curriculum, devoted to training physicians, nurses, and other professionals who work with children in the evaluation and interpretation of potential child maltreatment cases, is ideal for those who wish to understand the typical symptoms and presentation of abuse cases. Moreover, Physical Abuse and Neglect: A Training Curriculum should be required reading for new pediatricians, pediatric nurses, law enforcement personnel, social workers, and any other professionals who interact with children in medical or investigative settings. The eight chapters of Physical Abuse and Neglect cover the common signifiers of abuse and the information necessary to differentiate between accidental injuries and illnesses and cases of abuse or neglect.
The information in Physical Abuse and Neglect is designed to be studied either as a whole or broken down on a chapter-by-chapter basis. The package price includes an initial certification through Saint Louis University; additional certificates are available for a reasonable fee of $30.00 for nurses and $45.00 for physicians.


A Life Of Abuse

RRP $27.99

"A Life of Abuse" shares the heartbreaking, brutally honest story of two little girls-sisters--who were abused by their father and had to live with that abuse every day of their lives. They should have been surrounded with unconditional love and support from their mother and father. Instead their mother turned a blind eye as their father abused them every chance that he got. Even their friends were at risk in their home; their father was an abusive alcoholic who did not care who he hurt. The sisters thought that there was no way out, but they discovered that there was life after the abuse and that no one should ever give up. Many times, they wanted to break down and give up; even so, they found ways to get through the difficulties they experienced resulting from their childhoods. They now live good and happy lives. There are others living with and through abuse today. Christy M. wants to reach out and inspire these others to hold onto their faith and believe that there is hope. They can be strong, and they can make it through to a happier life.


A Gift For A Little Child's Baptism

RRP $16.99

An appealing prayer book to mark an infant baptism or christening

Simple prayers and appealing illustrations make this a delight to give on the occasion or anniversary of a baptism or christening.

A selection of modern and traditional blessings touch on the values that a grown-up wishes for a newly baptized child: love; joy; peace; patience; kindness; goodness; faithfulness; gentleness; self-control.

The book includes a dedication page to record the date of the baptism, the name of the child, and the godparents.


Physical Abuse And Neglect

RRP $707.99

The ultimate text on child maltreatment is now available for continuing education credit. Physical Abuse and Neglect: A Training Curriculum, the first in a series of training modules based on the highly respected science of intervention library of forensic titles from G.W. Medical Publishing, condenses the content of Child Maltreatment: A Clinical Guide and Reference to eight topical chapters meant to familiarize learners with the common forms of abuse and neglect. The training curriculum contains activities, test questions, photographic references, and a PowerPoint teaching presentation and is accredited through Saint Louis University's School of Medicine and School of Nursing to provide CME/CNE credit(s).
Child abuse crosses all social, ethnic, religious, cultural, and professional lines. The increase in public awareness of this problem has led to an increase in the investigation and diagnosis of potential abuse cases. Physical Abuse and Neglect: A Training Curriculum answers a pressing need for educational resources devoted to enabling those who work with children to understand and recognize potential cases of neglect or abuse and to training them in appropriate courses of action in what are often highly sensitive circumstances. The program is aimed not only at forensic diagnosis, but is also meant to remove the uncertainty often felt when facing a situation in which a child may be at risk.
This educational curriculum, devoted to training physicians, nurses, and other professionals who work with children in the evaluation and interpretation of potential child maltreatment cases, is ideal for those who wish to understand the typical symptoms and presentation of abuse cases. Moreover, Physical Abuse and Neglect: A Training Curriculum should be required reading for new pediatricians, pediatric nurses, law enforcement personnel, social workers, and any other professionals who interact with children in medical or investigative settings. The eight chapters of Physical Abuse and Neglect cover the common signifiers of abuse and the information necessary to differentiate between accidental injuries and illnesses and cases of abuse or neglect.
The information in Physical Abuse and Neglect is designed to be studied either as a whole or broken down on a chapter-by-chapter basis. The package price includes an initial certification through Saint Louis University; additional certificates are available for a reasonable fee of $30.00 for nurses and $45.00 for physicians.



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