Joy Osofsky, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at LSU Health New Orleans, is the co-editor of a new two-volume handbook being called a must-read for families, those who work with children and policymakers. 'Violence and Trauma in the Lives of Children,' Praeger Publishers, ABC-CLIO, 2018, details the implications of the types of traumas that occur at the individual, family, community and national levels on children, as well as strategies to build resilience.
Medical Imaging Technologies and Methods for Health Care (MITMHC) is a book that covers cutting edge areas in the field of medical imaging. This book provides timely, evidence-based information that helps readers to understand innovations in medical imaging technologies and methods used for the early detection, diagnosis, and management of diseases. The intended readership includes undergraduate and post-graduate students in medical imaging technology, health care professionals, radiographers, doctors, biomedical engineers and related researchers.
Shariah requires businesses to be conducted in an ethical, civic conscious and environmentally sustainable manner from the original sources of the raw materials to the point of final consumption, including the sale of the product. The objective of Shariah is to protect five basic aspects of human life: religion, life, mind, property and progeny. Construction practitioners, policymakers and researchers seeking newer ways to improve the conduct of construction business transactions will benefit from the ideas proposed to uplift the image and improve the construction sector.
Digital Electronic Circuits: The Comprehensive View helps students as well as practical engineers understand the principles of digital circuits design, and their place and application in microelectronics. The book is used for the "Digital Circuits" course in Holon Institute of Technology (HIT), Israel.
Researchers in networking data mining share their research results in network strength measurement, network linkage, and local community detection.
This book provides comprehensive coverage on computational modeling and the types of bioceramics and surface modifications currently used in dentistry.
Human Evolution Beyond Biology and Culture: Evolutionary Social, Environmental and Policy Sciences (Cambridge University Press, October 2018) is a new book written by ICREA Research Professor Jeroen van den Bergh of at ICTA-UAB. It offers a complete account of evolutionary thinking in the social, environmental and policy sciences, while creating bridges with biology.
Palgrave Macmillan is thrilled to launch a new format of short, accessible books written by influential academics with direct policymaking experience. The books are designed to appeal to a wide audience, with clear summaries on policy implications and recommendations for action.
Every day, every human on the planet is exposed to one of the most toxic substances we know. However, it's largely invisible and most people don't know whether they need to worry. In new book Particles in the Air, Doug Brugge aims to raise awareness of serious consequences for public health.
Dr. Kim Nielsen, who helped launch the first undergraduate degree of its kind in disability studies in the country at The University of Toledo, is one of three editors of the book published by Oxford University Press and one of 30 experts to write a chapter.