Spotlight on the New Books Display

In the spotlight is a selection of recently published books that have been purchased by the Library.?áThey can be viewed on the New Books Shelf,?áwhich is on the third floor of the Library next?áto the internal elevator. And yes, they CAN be checked out!
  1. Using occupational therapy theory in practice(2012) by Gail Boniface & Alison Seymour
  2. Cellular and molecular immunology?á(2012) by Abul K. Abbas, Andrew H. Lichtman, & Shiv Pillai ; illustrations by David L. Baker, Alexandra Baker
  3. Arthritis in black and white (2012) by Anne C. Brower & Donald J. Flemming, Stephanie A. Bernard, associate editor
  4. Clinical gynecologic oncology (2012) by Philip J. Di Saia & William T. Creasman, editors
  5. Smith’s patient-centered interviewing : an evidence-based method (2012) by Auguste H. Fortin VI, et al
  6. Visual attention in children : theories and activities (2012) by Kenneth A. Lane
  7. Medically important fungi : a guide to identification (2011) by Davise H.Larone
  8. Public health for an aging society (2012) by Thomas R. Prohaska, Lynda A. Anderson, & Robert H. Binstock, editors
  9. A nuts-and-bolts approach to teaching nursing (2012) by Mary T. Quinn Griffin & Jeanne M. Novotny
  10. Nurses in war : voices from Iraq and Afghanistan (2012) by Elizabeth Scannell-Desch & Mary Ellen Doherty
  11. APA addiction syndrome handbook (2012, 2 volumes) by Howard J. Shaffer, editor-in-chief ; Debi A. LaPlante & Sarah E. Nelson, associate editors
  12. Handbook of stress, coping, and health : implications for nursing research, theory, and practice (2012) by Virginia Hill Rice
  13. Ocular differential diagnosis (2012) by Frederick Hampton Roy
  14. Wounds and lacerations : emergency care and closure (2012) by Alexander Trott
  15. Research for the public good : applying the methods of translational research to improve human health and well-being (2012) by Elaine Wethington & Rachel E. Dunifon, editors

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