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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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HIV and English drugs policy

Lart, Rachel Anne January 1996 (has links)
No description available.
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Self-care agency and problem-solving skills of mothers regarding health care problems of their well babies

Skinner, Jill Christine. January 1982 (has links)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1982. / Typescript. eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 173-175).
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From silence to scars to healing using feminist theology to counsel women who cut themselves /

Johnson, Deven Suzanne Hazelwood, January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (M. Div.)--Emmanuel School of Religion, 2005. / Vita. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 62-68).
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From silence to scars to healing using feminist theology to counsel women who cut themselves /

Johnson, Deven Suzanne Hazelwood, January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (M. Div.)--Emmanuel School of Religion, 2005. / Vita. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 62-68).
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O cuidado de si e a constituição do sujeito em Foucault

Zanotto, Karin 24 August 2011 (has links)
Este estudo demonstra a relação do cuidado de si com a formação do sujeito, baseado principalmente nas ideias de Michel Foucault (1926-1984). Trata-se de expor algumas contribuições dos pensamentos desse autor em relação ao processo educativo atual. Foucault oferece instrumentos de análise que inspiram abordagens históricas, sociológicas e filosóficas, entrelaçadas com o tema educacional, que abrange conceitos como liberdade, punição, poder, conhecimento, autonomia, entre outros. Partindo do princípio de que o sujeito está em constante transformação ou, ainda, de que está sempre se constituindo como sujeito, sendo que esta constituição se faz principalmente no período escolar, analisaremos o cuidado de si no processo educativo, enquanto formador da autonomia do indivíduo. Para tanto, serão utilizadas as obras História da sexualidade e Hermenêutica do sujeito de Foucault. Este trabalho está dividido em três capítulos. No primeiro, analisaremos as bases históricas do cuidado de si, em A vontade do saber e O uso dos prazeres, na perspectiva da investigação acerca da constituição do sujeito. No segundo capítulo, faremos uma reflexão sobre o cuidado de si na história da sexualidade, regressando às praticas do cuidado de si, da Antiguidade, através da História da sexualidade (v. 3), O cuidado de si e Hermenêutica do sujeito. No terceiro capítulo, versaremos sobre os temas relacionados à educação, com relação à constituição do sujeito, com enfoque principal na fase escolar. Trataremos de mostrar que, com atitudes fomentadoras do cuidado de si, que visam o entrelaçamento das práticas do cuidado com a aquisição do conhecimento, é possível a constituição de um sujeito autônomo, praticante da liberdade. / Submitted by Marcelo Teixeira (mvteixeira@ucs.br) on 2014-05-30T12:15:13Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Dissertacao Karin Zanotto.pdf: 837430 bytes, checksum: b20765c5fb12622861d4411b13337e17 (MD5) / Made available in DSpace on 2014-05-30T12:15:13Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Dissertacao Karin Zanotto.pdf: 837430 bytes, checksum: b20765c5fb12622861d4411b13337e17 (MD5) / This paper shows the relationship between care of the self with the formation of the subject, based primarily on the ideas of Michel Foucault (1926-1984). It exposes some contributions of this author’s thoughts in relation to the current educational process. Foucault offers instruments of analysis that inspire historical, sociological and philosophical approaches, interlaced with the educational theme, which embraces concepts such as freedom, punishment, power, knowledge, autonomy, among others. Starting from the principle that the subject is under constant transformation or, yet, that one is always constituting oneself as a subject, whereas that constitution takes place particularly in the schooling period, the theme of care of the self leads to questioning the educational process as for the formation of the individual’s autonomy. At the light of bibliographic research this thesis is based on the analysis of The History of Sexuality and Hermeneutics of the Subject. The study is organized in three chapters. In the first chapter, the historical bases of the care of the self are analyzed according to The Will to Knowledge and The Use of Pleasure, under the perspective of investigating on the constitution of the subject. As for the second chapter, it is based on the third volume of The History of Sexuality: The Care of the Self and on the Hermeneutics of the Subject, contemplating a reflection on the care of the self in the history of sexuality, returning to the practices of the care for the self in Ancient History, under the optics of Foucault. The third chapter deals with how Foucault’s ideas contribute for the analysis of themes related to education, concerning the constitution of the subject, with a prime focus on schooling phase. It shows that attitudes fomenting care for the self, which aim at the interweaving of care practices with acquisition of knowledge, enable the constitution of an autonomous subject, seeking practices of freedom.
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O cuidado de si e a constituição do sujeito em Foucault

Zanotto, Karin 24 August 2011 (has links)
Este estudo demonstra a relação do cuidado de si com a formação do sujeito, baseado principalmente nas ideias de Michel Foucault (1926-1984). Trata-se de expor algumas contribuições dos pensamentos desse autor em relação ao processo educativo atual. Foucault oferece instrumentos de análise que inspiram abordagens históricas, sociológicas e filosóficas, entrelaçadas com o tema educacional, que abrange conceitos como liberdade, punição, poder, conhecimento, autonomia, entre outros. Partindo do princípio de que o sujeito está em constante transformação ou, ainda, de que está sempre se constituindo como sujeito, sendo que esta constituição se faz principalmente no período escolar, analisaremos o cuidado de si no processo educativo, enquanto formador da autonomia do indivíduo. Para tanto, serão utilizadas as obras História da sexualidade e Hermenêutica do sujeito de Foucault. Este trabalho está dividido em três capítulos. No primeiro, analisaremos as bases históricas do cuidado de si, em A vontade do saber e O uso dos prazeres, na perspectiva da investigação acerca da constituição do sujeito. No segundo capítulo, faremos uma reflexão sobre o cuidado de si na história da sexualidade, regressando às praticas do cuidado de si, da Antiguidade, através da História da sexualidade (v. 3), O cuidado de si e Hermenêutica do sujeito. No terceiro capítulo, versaremos sobre os temas relacionados à educação, com relação à constituição do sujeito, com enfoque principal na fase escolar. Trataremos de mostrar que, com atitudes fomentadoras do cuidado de si, que visam o entrelaçamento das práticas do cuidado com a aquisição do conhecimento, é possível a constituição de um sujeito autônomo, praticante da liberdade. / This paper shows the relationship between care of the self with the formation of the subject, based primarily on the ideas of Michel Foucault (1926-1984). It exposes some contributions of this author’s thoughts in relation to the current educational process. Foucault offers instruments of analysis that inspire historical, sociological and philosophical approaches, interlaced with the educational theme, which embraces concepts such as freedom, punishment, power, knowledge, autonomy, among others. Starting from the principle that the subject is under constant transformation or, yet, that one is always constituting oneself as a subject, whereas that constitution takes place particularly in the schooling period, the theme of care of the self leads to questioning the educational process as for the formation of the individual’s autonomy. At the light of bibliographic research this thesis is based on the analysis of The History of Sexuality and Hermeneutics of the Subject. The study is organized in three chapters. In the first chapter, the historical bases of the care of the self are analyzed according to The Will to Knowledge and The Use of Pleasure, under the perspective of investigating on the constitution of the subject. As for the second chapter, it is based on the third volume of The History of Sexuality: The Care of the Self and on the Hermeneutics of the Subject, contemplating a reflection on the care of the self in the history of sexuality, returning to the practices of the care for the self in Ancient History, under the optics of Foucault. The third chapter deals with how Foucault’s ideas contribute for the analysis of themes related to education, concerning the constitution of the subject, with a prime focus on schooling phase. It shows that attitudes fomenting care for the self, which aim at the interweaving of care practices with acquisition of knowledge, enable the constitution of an autonomous subject, seeking practices of freedom.
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Critical nursing behaviors in care of the dying patient and family hospice and hospital nurses' self evaluation : a research report submitted in partial fulfillment ... for the degree of Master of Science (Geriatric Nurse Practitioner) ... /

Cheu, Mei-Cheng Tammy. January 1999 (has links)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Michigan, 1999. / Includes bibliographical references.
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Client self-care agency with the nurse-client interaction a research report submitted in partial fulfillment ... /

Dodge, Julia A. January 1987 (has links)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Michigan, 1987.
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Critical nursing behaviors in care of the dying patient and family hospice and hospital nurses' self evaluation : a research report submitted in partial fulfillment ... for the degree of Master of Science (Geriatric Nurse Practitioner) ... /

Cheu, Mei-Cheng Tammy. January 1999 (has links)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Michigan, 1999. / Includes bibliographical references.
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Suicide prevention in mental health patients : the role of primary care

Saini, Pooja January 2015 (has links)
Background: Primary care may be a key setting for suicide prevention as many patients visit their General Practitioner (GP) in the weeks leading up to their death. Comparatively little is known about GPs’ perspectives on risk assessment, treatment adherence, management of and interactions with suicidal patients prior to the patient’s suicide and the services available in primary care for suicide prevention. Aim: This study aimed to explore primary care data on a clinical sample of individuals who died by suicide and were in recent contact with mental health services in order to: investigate the frequency and nature of general practice consultations; examine risk assessment, treatment adherence and management in primary and secondary care; gain GPs’ views on patient non-adherence to treatment and service availability for the management of suicidal patients. Method: A mixed-methods study design including data from the National Confidential Inquiry on 336 patients who died by suicide, data from 286 patient coroner files, primary care medical notes on 291 patients and 198 semi-structured face–to-face interviews with GPs across the North West of England. We collected data on GPs' views on the treatment and management of patients in the year prior to suicide, suicide prevention generally and local mental health service provision. Quantitative data were analysed using SPSS. Interviews were transcribed verbatim and analysed using a thematic approach. Results: Overall, 91% of individuals consulted their GP on at least one occasion in the year before suicide. GPs reported concerns about their patient’s safety in 27% of cases, but only 16% of them thought that the suicide could have been prevented. The overall agreement in the rating of risk between primary and specialist care was poor (overall kappa = 0.127; p = 0.10). Non-adherence was reported for 43% of patients. The main reasons for non-adherence were lack of insight, reported side effects and multiple psychiatric diagnoses. We obtained qualitative data from GPs on their interpretations of suicide attempts or self-harm, professional isolation and GP responsibilities when managing suicidal patients. Limitations: Our findings may not be generalisable to people who died by suicide and were not under the care of specialist services. GPs recruited for the study may have had different views from GPs who have never experienced a patient suicide. Our findings may not be representative of the rest of the UK although many of the issues identified are likely to apply across services. Conclusion: Suicide prevention in primary care is challenging. Possible strategies for future suicide prevention in general practice include: increasing GP awareness of suicide-related issues and improving training and risk assessment skills; increasing awareness in primary care about why patients may not want treatments offered by focusing on each individual’s situational context; removing barriers to accessing therapies and treatments; and, better liaison and collaboration between services to improve patient outcomes.

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