New Books for the New Year!

A collection of hot new Library acquisitions are displayed on the New Books Shelf on the third floor (near the Reference Stacks). These titles can be checked out!

Ball, Jane. Pediatric Nursing: caring for children. WY 159 B21p 2008

Fortinash, Katherine M. Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. WY 160 F77ps 2008

Catalano, Joseph T. Nursing Now!: today’s issues, tomorrow’s trends. WY 16 C28c 2009

American College of Cardiology Foundation, American Nurses Association. Cardiovascular Nursing: scope and standards of practice. WY 16 C17 2008

Styles, Margretta Madden. Specialization and Credentialing in Nursing Revisited: understanding the issues, advancing the profession. WY 101 St9s 2008

Winner, Paul. Headache in Children and Young Adults. 2nd ed. WL342 W73 2008

Cranford, Jerry. The Healthcare Professional’s Guide to Human Research. W 20.5 C85 2008

Clouse, Amy L. Women’s Health in Clinical Practice: handbook for primary care. WA 309 C625 2008

Li, Shulin. Electroporation Protocols: preclinical and clinical gene medicine. QZ 52 L61 2008

Brown, Meta. Drug Calculations: process and problems for clinical practice. 8th ed. QV 18 B81 2008

Holmboe, Eric S. Practical Guide to the Evaluation of Clinical Competence. W 20 H73 2008

Verster, Joris C. Sleep and Quality of Life in Clinical Medicine. WL 108 V61 2008

Hudziak, James J. Developmental Psychopathology and Wellness: genetic and environmental influences. WS 350 H86 2008

Jones, Stephen J. Prostate Biopsy: indications, techniques, and complications. WJ 750 J71 2008

Kiesslich, Ralf. Atlas of Endomicroscopy. WI 17 K54 2008

Rutter, Michael. Genetic Effects on Environmental Vulnerability to Disease. WA 30.5 R93 2008

McCracken, Thomas. Color Atlas of Small Animal Anatomy: the essentials. SF 761 M13 2008

Fishman, Alfred P. Fishman’s Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders. 4th ed. WF 600 F53pu 2008

Oatis, Carol A. Kinesiology: the mechanics and pathomechanics of human movement. 2nd ed. WE 103 Oa8k 2009

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  1. The new display looks great!