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We invite you to partake on an exciting learning journey related to public health theory, practice, policy making and research in Canada and abroad that ranges from Alzheimer’s disease trends to the Zika virus pandemic (A-Z). You will discover on your learning adventure that public health care professionals and workers provide essential health care services for the prevention, promotion and restoration of health for diverse populations across the lifespan; which include public health nurses, physicians, epidemiologists, health promoters and infection control specialists to name but a few.
Author(s): Jeffrey Watson
Introduction to Philosophy: Deducing Answers offers students a wide range of challenging readings from both historical and contemporary philosophy, while providing extensive commentary by the author geared to engage students in the deep underlying questions behind the text. The book provides a careful and precise introduction to philosophy focused on extracting arguments, at the same time as providing an anthology of background readings that an instructor can assign for students to recognize the sources of ideas.
Author(s): Victoria Nabors
The sixth edition of "Know What I’m Saying...?!?" Basics of Speech Communication is revised to adapt to a new generation of college-level learners while continuing to meet the learning style and preferences of more seasoned learners. The content and layout align with ongoing research, peer reviews, and student feedback.
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In, 7 Domains of Women’s Health, editors Frost and Digre, have brought together a unique set of skillful, insightful, critically thinking clinicians, educators, and scientists to guide our exploration into the essential Domains of Health and the broad impact that they have for all people.
Author(s): Mark Bird
800 Laws in Sociology is a concise 2017 book organized into 74 chapters that coincide to the content sequence of most intro sociology textbooks. None of the 800 laws are laws in the legal sense. Instead, these laws can be viewed as factors or principles that clarify 74 common social science topics. The book includes 44 tables and a glossary.
Author(s): Darryl Hunter
Designed to support case methods instruction in post secondary education, A Canadian Casebook for Law & Ethics in Teaching provides 80 recent judicial rulings from courts across the country, from British Columbia to Nova Scotia. Cases address key issues in Canadian educational law and ethics for teacher candidates and for aspiring school administrators, such as :