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Occupational skin diseases and contact dermatitis are now very common among the many work-related health problems encountered by doctors. They now rank second only to muscular-skeletal problems. This book, written by world renowned dermatologists, covers every type of occupation related skin disease including problems caused by light exposure, plants and chemicals. It also shows the more rare dermatoses such as occupational vitiligo, scleroderma and halogen acne. The superb colour pictures and integrated text enable ease of learning. Dermatologists and trainee dermatologists in their continuing professional development will find this handbook a useful and accessible guide. It will also be of interest to general physicians, occupational physicians, nurses, and medical students.
The clear plus is the first and only device to combine powerful bacteria-killing blue light with sonic vibration and gentle warming for clinically proven clearing results. 414 nm blue light works by producing oxygen singlet's which attach to the P.acnes bacteria (acne-causing bacteria). These singlet's have a phototoxic effect on key porphorins, causing the P.acnes bacteria to self-destruct The large treatment surface treats acne breakouts fast. Together, these three technologies deliver unsurpassed speed and effectiveness for calm, clear, beautiful skin.
This issue of Nursing Clinics of North America, Guest Edited by Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, will focus on New Developments in Nursing Education: A Focus on Contemporary Content, Pedagogies, Deans, Trends, with article topics including: Game-based E-Learning; Incorporating Evidence-Based Care of Individuals with Developmental/Cognitive Disabilities into the Curriculum; Doctor of Nursing Practice Graduate as Faculty Members; Clinical Nursing Education Evaluation and Re-Design; Transdisciplinary Simulation; New Dean of Nursing: Lessons Learned; Promoting a Healthy Workplace for Nursing Faculty; Nursing Education Trends; Learning from Business; Focusing Curricula on Primary Care, Health Promotion, and Public Health in Light of Health Care Reform; Genetics in the Nursing Curriculum; and A National Study of Doctoral Nursing Faculty.