La Sacra Bibbia CEI 2008
Author: CEI Conferenza Episcopale Italiana
Traduzione ufficiale della Chiesa cattolica Conferenza Episcopale Italiana CEI 2008 Questa edizione è l’unica a proporre la traduzione ufficiale della Chiesa cattolica con la nuova versione 2008 curata della Conferenza Episcopale Italiana. • Il volume si caratterizza per la sua completezza e rigore, e comprende un ricchissimo apparato di note (oltre 5000), puntuali ed esaurienti. • L’introduzione generale permette di avere una visione d’insieme, mentre ogni Libro è preceduto da una sintetica scheda introduttiva, che descrive i temi fondamentali e la struttura della narrazione, la data di redazione e gli argomenti specifici affrontati. • La titolazione dei paragrafi, oltre a segmentare il testo e agevolarne la lettura, permette di individuare facilmente i passi di interesse o ricercati. • La curatela editoriale si caratterizza per la progettazione digitale nativa, che affianca al rigore delle versioni cartacee un’ottima leggibilità e fruibilità: il sommario ipertestuale rimanda, con un semplice tocco, ai singoli libri, da dove si può accedere direttamente ai singoli capitoli.
The Fifty-Minute Hour
Author: Robert Lindner
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
“A fascinating mixture of traditional psychoanalytic thinking with clinical strategies that even today would be considered creative and controversial, The Fifty-Minute Hour has never failed to capture the imagination. . . . No student’s education in psychotherapy is complete without reading this book. Decades after its original publication, it still stands as a pioneering landmark in the history of psychotherapy.”-John Suler
The Way Back
Author: Enrico Palandri
Publisher: Serpents Tail
'In Bologna I got out of the train with my suitcase, convinced I had to change trains, I went to the bar and when I heard the departure announced ran back to the platform in time only to see the last coach with its fine sign Rome whiz past under my nose and to watch the bits of paper pirouetting on the rails in the draught. The next fast train is in an hour. I sat in the waiting-room; in front of me I have the memorial tablet for the massacre of the second of August nineteen eighty, I read the names of the dead, then an article I found in the train and meantime look at the people in the room. I think of someone who on that second of August had missed a connection, maybe someone like me...'. The Way Back is a novel of exile and return. It is the story of Davide, an Italian psychiatrist, and his Scottish wife, Julia, a singer. Travelling back in Rome from London, Davide sees before him memories of his generation: his childhood and family, political dissent and terrorism, elected exile and yearning for his native land. The peculiar prerogative of the emigre is seen to be an absolute clarity of mind where self and country are concerned. Beautifully written and hauntingly moving, The Way Back is among the most impressive Italian novels of the past few years.
Italy and Its Monarchy
Author: Denis Mack Smith
Publisher: Yale University Press
"Written by one of the world's leading historians of Italy, this provocative and highly readable book is the first major study of the Italian monarchy and its impact on Italy's history, from Unification in 1861 to the foundation of the Italian republic after the Second World War." -- Back cover.
Author: Arthur Wiederhold
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
When Lian-Huas first marriage disintegrates, she drifts from man to man until she meets a young reporter who sweeps her off her feet. Their marriage is passionate and strong at first but soon becomes a tangled web of lies, deceit, and cheating that throws Lian-Huas life into a sexual spin.
Author: Stephanie Blake
There's a new baby in Simon's house. "When's the stupid baby going back to the hospital?" Simon asks his parents. But the baby is there to stay. What about all the scary wolves outside the house? The wolves that want to eat Simon up? Will his parents still protect him now they have a stupid baby?
Author: Caitriona D. McLaughlin, Jamie N. Docherty
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
Psychiatric nursing, although advanced in areas of interpersonal skills and manpower management, have been sadly lacking in the area of research relating to practice. This book aims to provide empirical evidence in relation to understanding a fundamental aspect of the psychiatric nurses' role, namely what constitutes the therapeutic relationship. The problems nurses face in their approach to risk assessment and management, which is affected to a considerable degree by who defines that risk and how it is defined, are discussed. Furthermore, whether we like it or not, risk assessment and management is a regular and daily occurrence in health care. Using case vignettes from teaching and therapeutic research, the authors of this book explore ways in which inner and outer dialogues are at play as the mental health nurse attempts to make sense of the experiences of mental pain narrated by people in his/her case. In addition, work-stress and burnout complaints are increasingly leading to higher levels of absentee rates at work. Superimposed organisational demands, work overload and limited decision-making capacities are often associated with the development of occupational stress by nurses that eventually create a sensation of professional burnout. A comprehensive literature review relating to nursing burnout, an issue that has received increasing interest from researchers and healthcare administrators is explored in this book. Other chapters address individual work experiences, coping strategies and health decisions made by nurses for patient care.