Obesity - General Practice: The Integrative Approach. General Practitioners in primary care are uniquely placed to help in the management of patients in all stages of overweight and obesity, and are able to maintain a therapeutic relationship with patients over many years. General practitioners should take a long-term view of weight problems, which can mean avoiding goals for weight management that are unlikely to be achieved.
Adolescent health falls outside biological paradigms, clinical medicine and its usual classifications, and outside the classic distinctions between physical and mental health, between medical and social aspects of health, and between curative and preventive care. Adolescent healthcare is a bio-psychosocial field, one which, by its very nature, requires an integrative approach.
HIV management in general practice - General Practice: The Integrative Approach. General practitioners have always had a central role in the delivery of healthcare to communities (especially marginalised groups) and they have played a key role here as well. Their skills in chronic disease management, their teamwork, their holistic view of health and their long-term relationships with patients and communities all contribute to the care they can bring to the Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infected patient.
Combines the two megatrends of Mindfulness and Home Improvement in a beautiful useful book – which has attracted enormous pre publication interest around the world as the only book of its kind. Chapters include Philosophy of The Mindful Home, The Five Sense, The Five spaces, Home as a Healthier Environment.
Mindfulness is increasingly being used in
educational environments as a proven way to help students:
• learn more effectively
• develop personally
• enhance their physical and emotional health, and
• deal with study and exam-related demands.
Written by two leading experts with many years of
personal and clinical experience, Mindful Learning provides practical
insights and exercises on how to apply mindfulness in any educational setting.
The result is a book that clearly sets out how you can:
• manage stress
• improve performance
• enhance communication
• develop more meaningful relationships
• unlock creativity
• improve mental flexibility and problem-solving
• use technology wisely.
Whatever your age, whatever your learning environment, mindfulness can make a positive difference, and Mindful Learning shows you how.