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Leonard Crowley, MD-late of Century College, University of Minnesota Medical Center-FairviewDr. Leonard Crowley was an experienced physician and educator based in the Minnesota twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. He had a broad background in both the practice of medicine and the education of nursing students and undergraduate students in allied health professions, as well as medical students and graduate students in health related professions. Dr. Crowley received a M.Sc. degree from Ohio State University and an M.D. degree from the University of Vermont College of Medicine. Following graduation he received additional training at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Presbyterian Hospital in New York, and at Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio. He held faculty appointments in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Vermont and Ohio State University, and in the Department of Family Practice and Community Health and in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Minnesota. He was also an Honorary Medical Staff Physician at the University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview. His most recent faculty appointment was in the Biology Department at Century College where he was actively involved in teaching undergraduate students in various health-related subjects, including his very popular course dealing with human disease pathophysiology, pathology, clinical manifestations, and principles of treatment.
Dr. Crowley’s interest in undergraduate teaching dates back to his early experience teaching nursing students at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York when he was a resident physician in the Department of Pathology. He combined his interest in undergraduate teaching with his medical practice throughout his professional career. Additional Titles by this AuthorEssentials of Human DiseaseISBN-13: 9781449688431Student Companion Website to accompany Essentials of Human DiseaseISBN-13: 9781449687694Student Study Guide to accompany An Introduction to Human DiseaseISBN-13: 9781449639228
An Introduction to Human Disease: Pathology and Pathophysiology Correlations, Ninth Edition provides students with a clear and well-illustrated explanation of the structural and functional changes associated with disease, the clinical manifestations of disease, and how to determine treatment. Ideal for Pathology, Pathophysiology, or Human Disease courses, the first part of the text deals with general concepts and with diseases affecting the body as a whole. The second part considers the various organ systems and their diseases.
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Nell L. Tharpe, CNM, CRNFA, MS-Adjunct Faculty, The Midwifery Institute at Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Adjunct Faculty, Birthwise Midwifery School, Faculty and Program Coordinator, Midwifery at Green LandingNell Tharpe completed her AAS in nursing in 1981 and her certificate in Nurse-Midwifery at the State University of New York (Downstate) in 1986. Nell completed her BSN at the University of Southern Maine in 2001 followed by her MS in Midwifery through Philadelphia University in 2003. She began a full-scope private midwifery practice in coastal Maine in 1986 and practiced in her home community through 2003, when her focus turned to midwifery education.
Nell has been active in the creation of nationally recognized on-line and hands-on programs for midwives on surgical assisting for women undergoing cesarean section, suturing and perineal repair, and newborn resuscitation in the out of hospital setting. Nell’s primary focus in on ensuring that midwives of all backgrounds have access to the education and skill development necessary to be confident and competent practitioners and exemplary representatives of our profession. Nell teaches continuing education programs for midwives through Philadelphia University, Birthwise Midwifery School, and free-lance through Midwifery at Green Landing.
Nell is an active advocate for midwifery and women. She is past President of the Maine Association of Certified Nurse-Midwives, and currently serves on the Maine Board of Nursing Advanced Practice Advisory Group. Additionally credentialed as a Certified Registered Nurse First Assistant, Nell continues to provide service to her community through her clinical work as a surgical first assistant.
Cindy L. Farley, CNM, PhD, FACNM-Faculty, Midwifery Institute at Philadelphia University, Clinical Midwife, Greater Cincinnati Nurse-MidwivesCindy L. Farley received her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from The Ohio State University in 1978, her Master's in Nursing in the nurse-midwifery program from Emory University in 1981, and her Doctor of Philosophy from The Ohio State University in 1999. She has been active in clinical practice for over 27 years. She is currently working part-time in a large full scope midwifery practice at the University Hospital of Cincinnati, Ohio. Prior to this, she was director and clinical midwife of Greene Midwifery Care, a full-scope nurse-midwifery practice, providing labor and birth care to women and their families at Greene Memorial Hospital in Xenia, Ohio. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including a free standing birth center and hospitals in rural, urban and suburban areas.
Dr. Farley has been involved in midwifery education for over 18 years. She currently teaches the critical inquiry course series and an introduction to teaching methods at The Midwifery Institute of Philadelphia University. Prior to this, she taught the antepartum course series for the Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing for 8 years. She incorporates service-learning class research projects into her courses to combine academic objectives with real world work products.
Her class 10 students contributed to the review and updating of the evidence base in selected clinical practice guidelines in this edition of the book and in doing so, met course objectives, polished their critical thinking and writing skills and have authentic experience in publication and developing evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.
Dr. Farley served as a guest “profesora de parteras” to the traditional midwives of the rural, mountainous area near Lake Yojoa in Honduras, Central America and to Antigua, Guatemala. Classes were developed and offered in affiliation with the NGO humanitarian organization, Program for Rural Reconstruction (PRR). PRR practices integrated development within four areas – education, organization, health, and economic improvement. The goal is to help improve the quality of the people’s lives in such a way that the villagers will acquire the ability to continue the process, allowing them to move from being recipients of aid to leaders in their own development process. It was with this goal in mind that Dr. Farley provided education to the rural traditional midwives and women of the area. Educational workshops were developed in response to a perceived need on the part of the Honduran and Guatemalan midwives themselves for formal training to improve their skills and knowledge.
Robin G. Jordan, PhD, CNM, FACNM-Course Coordinator Antepartum Care, Frontier Nursing University, Petoskey, MichiganRobin Jordan has been CNM and educator for over 31 years. She received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Delaware in 1997, Master’s degree in Maternal Child Health Nursing from Case Western Reserve University in 1981. She received her nurse midwifery education from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1982, and a PhD in Health Science Research from Touro University in 2005. Her clinical experience includes homebirth, birth center and hospital practices. She was founder and service director of the first nurse midwifery practice in Northern Michigan in 1983. Dr. Jordan’s has authored articles in the Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health on clinical and midwifery education topics. She serves as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Midwifery and Women’s health, and is active in member of the American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM), serving on several standing committees. Dr. Jordan also serves as a consultant to the ACNM on writing public and professional documents. She has taught student nurse-midwives for 17 years and is currently the Course Coordinator of the Antepartum Care courses at Frontier Nursing University. Dr. Jordan’s fundamental belief that every pregnant woman deserves the rich benefits afforded by midwifery care motivates her to continue working towards expanding midwifery services to women in the US.
Clinical Practice Guidelines for Midwifery & Women's Health, Fourth Edition is a trusted quick reference guide to midwifery and well woman care. Completely updated and revised, this new edition reflects the rapidly changing clinical environment. It addresses documentation and risk management to aid in decision-making and appropriate document care. Convenient and easy-to-use, this new edition encompasses traditional, empirical, and evidence-based practice to meet the needs of a broad range of new and experienced practitioners and patients.Meets the recommendations of the American College of Nurse–Midwives (ACNM) and the Midwives Alliance of North America (MANA) for written policies and/or practice guidelines Reflects current and emerging midwifery and women’s health practice Provides support and guidance for daily clinical decision making
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Karin Cadwell, PhD, RN, FAAN, IBCLC, RLCKarin Cadwell, PhD, RN, FAAN, IBCLC is a nationally and internationally recognized speaker, researcher and educator and faculty member of the Healthy Children 2000 Project, Inc. She convened Baby-Friendly USA, implementing the UNICEF Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative in the US, was a visiting professor and program chair of the Health Communications Department of Emerson College, and is an adjunct professor at the Union Institute and University. Dr. Cadwell served on the IBLCE Panel of Experts to develop the first certification exam. Her extensive clinical experience includes hospital and community practice, and she continues to counsel nursing mothers on Cape Cod. Dr. Cadwell is the author of numerous books and articles including Maternal and Infant Assessment for the Breastfeeding and Human Lactation, and Reclaiming Breastfeeding for the US, was awarded the designation IBCLC in 1985 for “significant contribution to the fild” and has since recertified.
Additional Titles by this AuthorTen Steps to Successful Breastfeeding Online CourseISBN-13: 9781284082029Breastfeeding A-ZISBN-13: 9781449687762Ten Steps to Successful BreastfeedingISBN-13: 9781449689902
Pocket Guide for Lactation Management, Second Edition is the perfect resource for the variety of situations commonly encountered by those working with lactating and breastfeeding mothers and their babies. Conveniently organized by the issue that the healthcare provider will meet, it helps caregivers quickly resolve key challenges, such as babies who aren’t gaining weight fast enough, mothers with sore nipples, and basic sucking problems. Quick reference charts, algorithms, and diagrams assist the caregiver in quickly determining whether they have assessed the situation correctly.
Designed for use by an interdisciplinary array of caregivers in practice settings, Pocket Guide for Lactation Management, Second Edition contains updated references, new evidence-based strategies for problem resolution, and a user-friendly appendix.
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George Plopper, PhD-Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteGeorge Plopper is a Professor in the Department of Biology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. He received his Bachelor of Arts in General Biology from the University of California, San Diego. He completed his PhD in Cell & Developmental Biology at Harvard University, then completed his postdoctoral training in Cell Biology at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California. Dr. Plopper served as Assistant Professor at The University of Nevada, Las Vegas before moving to his present position at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has taught cell biology to undergraduate and graduate students since 1985, receiving four teaching awards. He was named a National Academies Education Fellow in the Life Sciences by the National Academy of Sciences in 2004.Additional Titles by this AuthorNavigate 2 Advantage Access for Principles of Cell BiologyISBN-13: 9781284057331Principles of Cell BiologyISBN-13: 9781284047608Navigate Companion Website for Lewin’s CELLSISBN-13: 9781284029185
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Extraordinary technological advances in the last century have fundamentally altered the way we ask questions about biology, and undergraduate and graduate students must have the necessary tools to investigate the world of the cell. The ideal text for students in advanced cell biology courses, Lewin’s CELLS, Third Edition continues to offer a comprehensive, rigorous overview of the structure, organization, growth, regulation, movements, and interactions of cells, with an emphasis on eukaryotic cells. The text provides students with a solid grounding in the concepts and mechanisms underlying cell structure and function, and will leave them with a firm foundation in cell biology as well as a “big picture” view of the world of the cell.
Revised and updated to reflect the most recent research in cell biology, Lewin’s CELLS, Third Edition includes expanded chapters on Nuclear Structure and Transport, Chromatin and Chromosomes, Apoptosis, Principles of Cell Signaling, The Extracellular Matrix and Cell Adhesion, Plant Cell Biology, and more. All-new design features and a chapter-by-chapter emphasis on key concepts enhance pedagogy and emphasize retention and application of new skills. Thorough, accessible, and essential, Lewin’s CELLS, Third Edition, turns a new and sharper lens on the fundamental units of life.
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