Writing for the Health Professions

Author: Karl J. Terryberry
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1401841929
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Health & Fitness

Writing for the Health Professions teaches the principles of writing, writing for academic purposes and writing to help healthcare professionals in practice. Designed for those with a firm grasp of basic grammar, it leads the reader through the fundamentals of writing papers, documentation and writing research grants. This book can be used in a writing class for health care students, a reference for the student to use during their academic years or as reference for the practicing professional.

Writing in the Health Professions

Author: Barbara Heifferon
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
ISBN: UCSC:32106017878981
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Medical

Practical, applied, and up-to-the-minute, Writing for the Health Professions teaches students, healthcare professionals, and professional writers the essential skills in medical and health communications. Drawing on her extensive experience as a nurse, cardio-pulmonary technician, medical writer, and writing teacher, Barbara Heifferon addresses the communications requirements of the healthcare professions and those who write in these high-tech fields. This comprehensive text covers writing situations and documents common in hospitals, clinics, HMOs, health insurance companies, public health campaigns, and other healthcare environments. Special attention is given to visual and electronic forms of communication, including web sites and multimedia productions.

Teaching Writing for the Health Professions Disciplinary Intersections and Pedagogical Practice

ISBN: OCLC:1032115591
Release Date: 2018

ABSTRACT: This article outlines an approach to teaching a Writing for the Health Professions course and situates this approach within the aims of and tensions between the medical humanities, the rhetoric of health and medicine, and disability studies. This analysis provides a pragmatic walkthrough of how assignments in such courses can be linked to programmatic outcomes (with SOAP [Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan] note and patient education assignments as extended examples) as well as an interdisciplinary framework for future empirical studies.

Writing for Health Care Professions

Author: Desmond F. S. Cormack
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN: 0632034491
Release Date: 1994-01-06
Genre: Medical

This text has been extensively revised for health care professionals who wish to develop a variety of writing skills including writing for publications, talks, research proposals, curriculum vitae and book reviews. The roles and responsibilities of the author and publisher are explained, and a variety of publishing opportunities available to health care professionals are presented.

Grammar and Writing Skills for the Health Professional

Author: Lorraine Villemaire
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0766812596
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Health & Fitness

Health professionals and students preparing to enter the health care arena will appreciate the valuable lessons found in The Elements and Style of Writing for the Allied Health Professional. The book applies the fundamentals of the writing process and English grammar to the sentence and paragraph structures used in medical reporting, charting and documentation. Emphasis is placed on proofreading medical documents--a key skill for all health care workers--and lessons relate to activities routinely performed in a health care setting.*The first text to focus exclusively on the writing needs of the health professions*Emphasis on grammar provides medical workers and students with a solid foundation to write and proofread medical documents effectively*Includes brief explanations of medical documents and reports such as SOAP notes, the History and Physical, Operative, Consultation, Radiology, Pathology Reports and Discharge Summary*Equally effective as a textbook or office reference*Clear, concise writing and explicit examples make the text easy to use(KEYWORDS: Health professionals, students, health care, writing, proofreading, medical reporting, office reference)

Effective Writing for Health Professionals

Author: Megan-Jane Johnstone
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781134313570
Release Date: 2004-08-02
Genre: Medical

Health professionals are increasingly expected to conduct and publish their research, apply for grants, write newsletters, liaise with the media, present conference papers and contribute articles to professional journals. Writing well is an essential professional skill and writing to publish is an important aspect of professional development. But how do you get published? Where do you start? How do you know if your writing is good enough and what can you learn to make it better? Effective Writing for Health Professionals is an invaluable insider's guide to publishing within the health profession, providing handy tips on: · Getting started · The writing process · Winning habits of successful authors · Promoting your work · Author rights and responsibilities Many would-be writers - students, administrators, clinicians, managers and academics alike - are often intimidated at the thought of writing. This book will help to overcome this writing block and introduce aspiring authors to the world of writing and publishing in a professional capacity. Written by a best-selling academic author, Effective Writing for Health Professionals provides insights and strategies for publishing designed for nurses, midwives and health professionals.

Writing Speaking Communication Skills for Health Professionals

Author: Stephanie Barnard
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300088620
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Medical

Strong communication skills are required of today's health care practitioners. This guide contains practical advice on a broad range of essential communication skills for health-care practitioners.

Managing Money Measurement and Marketing in the Allied Health Professions

Author: Robert Jones
Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing
ISBN: 9781846191985
Release Date: 2010
Genre: Medical

High-quality Allied Health delivery through a motivated, committed and expert workforce depends on strong management and leadership. To provide this, Allied Health Profession managers need solid, evidence-based business skills just as much as clinical knowledge and ability. This book focuses on the key management areas of money, measurement and marketing as applied to the Allied Health Professions. Bringing together nationally and internationally acknowledged and recognised experts from around the world, it explains the finances of healthcare, particularly in a cash-strapped environment, information and information management, and the marketing of services - in the broadest sense - based on a robust foundation of business planning and business-case development, project management, service level agreements and specification. Report writing and presentation skills are also covered, along with editors' quality and leadership evaluation framework, the Management Quality Matrix. The information, background and practical techniques covered in this book will make it a thought-provoking and indespensible resource both for managers and leaders of Allied Health Professionals and for those training future managers and leaders.

Introduction to the Health Professions

Author: Peggy S. Stanfield
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 9781449675608
Release Date: 2011-08-05
Genre: Medical

Completely updated, Introduction to the Health Professions, Sixth Edition provides the most current, comprehensive coverage of all the major health professions. This popular text outlines more than 75 careers and touches on every major facet of the field including training requirements, job responsibilities, and salaries. This fundamental resource provides a thorough review of the U.S. healthcare delivery system, managed care, health care financing, reimbursement, insurance coverage, Medicare, Medicaid, and the impact of new technology on healthcare services. Written specifically for students who plan to become healthcare professionals, this text will give you all the information you need for a successful career! Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.

The Health Professions Educator

Author: Gerald Kayingo, PhD, PA-C
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780826177186
Release Date: 2017-08-28
Genre: Medical

Provides one-of-a-kind, in-depth guidance for improving effectiveness in the classroom This is the only book for new and midcareer faculty that delivers practical, evidence-based strategies for physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other clinical professionals teaching in advanced health provider education programs. The text disseminates interprofessional teaching and learning strategies that can be used across the gamut of advanced clinical disciplines. It also features sample curricula and syllabi, lecture tips, evaluation strategies, and in-depth information about state-of-the-art technology and virtual classrooms. Key pedagogical principles set a firm foundation for both novice and experienced educators, and practical applications and case examples integrated into each chapter offer concrete reinforcement. The text describes how to design and implement a curriculum that promotes cognitive diversity and inclusion, and examines ways to encourage leadership and scholarship. It addresses methods for fostering active learning and clinical reasoning through the use of technology, simulation, distance education, and student-centered pedagogy. Edited by experienced PA and NP faculty who are leaders in interprofessional education, the book distills the insight and expertise of top PA, nursing, and physician educators and provides valuable tools that help faculty become effective educators in the U.S. and abroad. Key Features: Delivers cutting-edge "tools of the trade" for advanced health professions educators Provides evidence-based strategies for interprofessional education Describes key pedagogical principles for both beginner and advanced educators •Includes strategies to promote cognitive diversity and inclusion in the teaching environment Weaves practical applications and case examples into each chapter Offers strategies for faculty to establish and maintain work-life balance

Medical Terminology for Health Professions

Author: Ann Ehrlich
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1401860265
Release Date: 2004-08-01
Genre: Education

New edition of one of the most used texts in medical terminology. Key features are up-to-date content, clearly stated definitions, the generous of illustrations and tables help to clarify content, and learning exercises that provide students with valuable learning reinforcement.

Introduction to the Health Professions

Author: Peggy Stanfield
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 9780763758233
Release Date: 2009-07-09
Genre: Medical

Comprehensive coverage of all the major health professions. The text outlines more than 75 careers and touches on every major facet of the field from the evolution of medicine to payment for services...add more!

Reflective Teaching and Learning in the Health Professions

Author: David Kember
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470680285
Release Date: 2008-04-15
Genre: Medical

This book deals with the nature of professional education and the need to produce professionals who are capable of reflection upon practice. It derives comprehensive guidelines for developing curricula and teaching methods that encourage reflective thinking. It is heavily research-based and the multiprofessional approach is unique to this subject matter. It will appeal to educators in all health science disciplines. The book includes an introduction to the concepts of reflection and reflective thinking and describes action research methodology used to carry out this study. Findings are presented in the form of case studies and the conclusions drawn are considered in the context of practical implementation.

Medical Terminology for Health Professions

Author: Ann Beard Ehrlich
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0766812979
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Medical

This innovative update of the best-selling text, Medical Terminology for Health Professions, targets those who need to grasp the concepts of medical terminology quickly and easily. Written in easy-to-understand language that appeals to all learning types, this book simplifies the process of learning hundreds of difficult to pronounce medical terms into manageable steps. Full-color illustrations and an attractive new design make this book inviting and straightforward to use. Learning exercises included in both the book and the Activity CD-ROM provide valuable interactive practice for the reader as you master the concepts of medical terminology.(KEYWORDS: anatomy, physiology, prefix, suffix, word building, terminology)

Pathology for the Health Professions E Book

Author: Ivan Damjanov
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 9780323277051
Release Date: 2013-08-15
Genre: Medical

Providing a sound foundation of pathology knowledge, Pathology for the Health Professions, 4th Edition gives you a clear, concise, clinically relevant overview of general pathology, including injury, inflammation, and neoplasia, followed by a detailed review of each organ system. A DEPPiCT approach presents each major disease in the same format that includes, when feasible, a description of Disease, Etiology, Pathogenesis, Pathology, Clinical features, and Therapy or prognosis. A clear, non-technical writing style makes complex concepts more engaging and easier to understand. UNIQUE! DEPPiCT approach helps you study more efficiently by presenting each major disease in format that includes a Disease description, Etiology, Pathogenesis, Pathology, Clinical features, and a short discussion on Therapy or prognosis. More than 500 full-color images reinforce your understanding of disease conditions and general pathology principles. Learning objectives and review questions help you identify the most important concepts and assess your understanding of essential principles. Key terms are listed in each chapter and in a comprehensive glossary to help you easily access definitions of terms. Study tools on a companion Evolve website help you review key anatomy and physiology and provide answers to review questions in the text. Updated content details 16 hot new topics, including: Job's syndrome HeLa H1N1 Pneumonia-causing fungus Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) Rotavirus and Norovirus Venereal Disease Research Laboratory (VDRL) HPV vaccination Babies born infected with chlamydial infections Proliferative breast disease with atypia Phyllodes tumor Ankylosing spondylitis Osteoporosis and Bone Mineral Density (BMD) testing Mechanical injuries of muscles Non-infiltrating astrocytomas More than 50 new clinical photographs and illustrations clarify complex pathology concepts. UNIQUE! 18 additional Did You Know boxes throughout the text reflect current health care concerns and help you apply content in the book to everyday practice. 76 new key terms and definitions familiarize you with important words you'll encounter on the job.