Release on 2010-10-22 | by Rosanne DiZazzo-Miller,Joseph Pellerito Jr.
45 Days and Counting
Author: Rosanne DiZazzo-Miller,Joseph Pellerito Jr.
Pubpsher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Preparing for the Occupational Therapy National Board Exam: 45 Days and Counting is a comprehensive overview for occupational therapy students preparing to take the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) exam. Containing more than just study questions, this comprehensive review guide is organized by domain areas and each subject is addressed according to the degree it is covered on the NBCOT examination. Corresponding workbook pages include specific references to occupational therapy curricula, enabling additional exploration of content that is challenging or unfamiliar. Also included with each new print copy of the review guide, the companion CD-ROM simulates online testing with multiple choice practice questions, each providing evidence-based rationale for why a particular answer is correct or incorrect. Health and wellness is also addressed throughout the book with test-taking strategies, study plans, goal sheets and other stress-reducing tips. A well-rounded, informational, and helpful guide, Preparing for the Occupational Therapy National Board Exam: 45 Days and Counting is a valuable resource to help students prepare for the NBCOT exam. Features: Detailed schedule for 45-days of study In depth content outlines for each chapter References for each question with evidenced based rationale Over 100 Figures and Tables to illustrate key points Wellness Tips and Self Assessment forms to develop healthy study habits Study Plans and Goal Sheets to keep focused and on track Example of a completed study guide with resources *CD ROM with over 100 test questions, case studies, and work sheets *Please note: Electronic formats of this review guide do not include the CD ROM.
45 Days are Missing By: Jerry L. Melton A serial killer is loose on society, protected by people at the highest levels of the American government. Three young men trained as spies of a foreign power have reached positions of power and influence, while the one man who knows about them languishes in a prison in Panama. An elite military unit vows revenge for a murdered commanding officer. A Russian Orthodox priest is called upon to enter into the murky world of counter espionage. In 45 Days Are Missing, Jerry L. Melton introduces us to an unlikely group of misfits, police officers and mercenaries, who are forced to band together to fight a thirty-year war against forces dedicated to the destruction of the American Republic from within. This is a story of uncontrolled lust, abuse of power, and greed. It is also the story of brotherhood, loyalty, and honor as comrades in arms face betrayal and almost certain death.
Divorce -- ouch! This is one of the most emotionally challenging experiences one has to deal with in life. Especially if you're not the party who initiated the proceedings. Especially if it comes with a few unpleasant surprises about new lovers, child custody, financial obligations and the like. Getting your life reorganized is challenging enough, but it is made far more difficult by the emotional rollercoaster one has to ride at the same time. Thanks to my background in clinical psychology and my long involvement with spiritual, social, and personal growth movements, I, your esteemed author, was able to navigate the ending of my own relationship with a fair amount of insight and awareness. Within the first few weeks it became apparent that the various hurts, angers, and other emotional difficulties all centered around a dozen or so basic issues. By keeping aware of these issues and the psychological principles at work behind them, I found I was less likely to be ambushed by feelings like rage, depression, shame, and insecurity. Further, I was able to keep the normal sadness, hurt, and anger down to manageable proportions. As a result, my "ex" and I had virtually a textbook model breakup (well OK, dividing the home sale proceeds was a little bumpy, but other than that...), and we now get along far better than when we were together. Along the way, it helped me to write up my various struggles and breakthroughs, and now I hope these experiences and insights will help you. In addition, with psychotherapy now averaging about $100 per session, this information may save you several thousand dollars! So if you are struggling through a divorce or other traumatic loss, I'm here to tell you that it can be survived, that you can avoid becoming stuck in counterproductive patterns of thought and feeling, and that the suffering you are experiencing can be kept to a manageable level. Divorce may not be fun, but it doesn't have to be agony! Moreover, by going through this process with awareness, you will become a larger person, better prepared for your next life adventure. So take heart! -Bill Miller
Since 2000, when Fat Wars was first published, thousands of North Americans have taken up Brad King's call to action and are now winning their own Fat Wars. Sammi B. of British Columbia: "Mr. King, my dad has lost 70 pounds [in the last 4 months]...when he opened the door I asked where the rest of him was.... My dad is a walking advertisement for you and the Fat Wars book." Gilbert B. of Ontario: "Life changing moment! I couldn't put it down. Today, most of my friends and relatives own a copy and they're livin' the life. Thanks!" Stephanie S. of Ontario: "I have read your book and I loved it! It was amazing...I have seen some quick results and plan to live by your ways for the rest of my life." Why are they successful? As Brad says, "fad diets don't work." Worse, they often leave us fatter than before. Fat Wars takes the latest scientific knowledge about how our bodies use, store, and burn energy and makes that science work for us — to become leaner, healthier, and more energetic. Brad will give you knowledge you can use to craft an eating and exercise plan that will deliver results for you — in just 45 days!
Terminal cancer patients in the most prestigious hospital of Mumbai are being murdered under the masquerade of natural death. Why would anyone kill poor cancer patients who are anyhow going to breathe their last in some time? Who can benefit from such a heinous act? Why all deaths seem to be natural when actually they are planned? These are the questions Ashritha, a novel writer who is staying in the hospital to write her book on cancer patients, is struggling to unravel, risking her own life. Initially she shrugs off her suspicion as she finds it illogical, but later the odd incidents going on in the hospital force her to take her suspicion seriously. Challenging all the dangers head on, she digs for the truth and unearths secrets deeply woven within the hospital, with the help of his college friend and CBI officer Animesh. What comes out as a wretched act initially turns out to be a deeply woven plan and a heinous conspiracy. 45 Days in a Cancer Hospital is a suspense thriller with a strong female protagonist and a series of shocking events that culminate in a shocker. The story also touches on the life of doctors and cancer patients and is woven around aspiration, love, hatred, betrayal, greed and suspense within the walls of the hospital that takes place during the 45 days of Ashritha's stay.
A 45 Day Gratitude Journal Blended with Wisdom from Ernest Holmes
Author: Ike Allen
Among the list of influential New Thought proponents, Ernest Shurtleff Holmes, an American spiritual teacher, writer and leader is one of the best known. Holmes was an ordained Divine Science Minister & the founder of the New Thought movement known as Religious Science, whose spiritual philosophy is known as The Science of Mind. He was the author of the 1926 public domain version of The Science of Mind, which was used to create this 45 Days With book. The principles he taught have inspired and influenced many generations. Our goal with this book is to bring the words and knowledge of Holmes into everyone's life, piece by piece, little bit by little bit. But our vision does not end there, and Holmes is not the only source for a further opened mind: you are. The second key component is your journaling. The design of this book intends for Holmes to be highlighted for a moment of each day and for you to take a moment in your own often busy schedule to highlight yourself, by journaling in the accompanying pages.
The legendary author, Wallace D. Wattles, wrote the prosperity classic, The Science of Getting Rich, which Rhonda Byrne credited as one of the main inspirations for her popular film and book, The Secret. Wattles, a former member of the Methodist Church, eventually discovered the New Thought Movement and put these principles into practice in his life and began writing books on this powerful philosophy. Wattles was heavily influenced by Phineas P. Quimby, another leader in the New Thought Movement and featured in 45 Days with Phineas P. Quimby. Teachings like Quimby's and Wattles' heavily contributed to the birth of the philosophy known as New Thought. This powerful prosperity journal, 45 Days with The Science of Getting Rich, is designed to accelerate your awakening to the prosperous, abundant you you've been looking for. To fully benefit from 45 Days with The Science of Getting Rich, please journal each day. By journaling you will rapidly accelerate your prosperity consciousness. If you miss a day, simply pick up where you left off last. Enjoy watching your prosperity, abundance and joy break through to the next level in the next 45 days, from The Science of Getting Rich and your journaling!
Release on 2005 | by David Flynn,Carolina Koornhof
Author: David Flynn,Carolina Koornhof
Pubpsher: Juta and Company Ltd
The book has been specifically designed to include all topics covered in first courses in accounting in higher education. In addition, it caters for the curriculum of professional bodies which examine students for entry into business and accounting careers.