An eagerly awaited new edition of the leading textbook on prescribing, covering the key topics taught on the non-medical prescribing programme. Featuring new chapters written by multi-professional authors, the book is a core text for students as well as new and experienced prescribers.
The book explains to the reader (general or specialist) the powerful 'slippery slope' arguments against legalising 'assisted dying'. Drawing on the experience of legalisation in the Netherlands, Belgium and Oregon, it shows that 'assisted dying' cannot be effectively controlled by law.
Now revised and containing several new chapters, this book provides comprehensive ethical principles and methods of reasoning for digital, global media. It describes the turbulent state of media ethics in ordinary language and through clear examples, addressing crucial issues like social media racism, intolerant groups, and global disinformation.
Thomas Leahy investigates whether British intelligence and their informers forced the IRA into peace by 1998. The book is ideal for those who want to know more about the IRA, explore why peace emerged in Northern Ireland, and understand British intelligence's role against the IRA.
This first comprehensive history of marriage in Ireland across three centuries focuses on the middle and lower classes. It offers a multi-faceted exploration of how marriage was perceived, negotiated and controlled by the church and state, as well as by individual men and women within Irish society.
This practical guide covers all aspects of gynaecological ultrasound scanning, focusing on good technique, the ultrasound machine and reporting. Experts provide tips on optimizing the image and assessing conditions and lesions. This is a valuable reference book for OB-GYN trainees, sonographers, reproductive medicine practitioners and gynaecologists.
The definitive textbook for advanced students studying a biologically-grounded course in fluid mechanics, combining physical fundamentals with examples and applications drawn from real-world biological systems. Includes over 120 multicomponent end-of-chapter problems, Matlab (R) and Maple (TM) code, and flexible pathways for tailor-made courses.