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Trailblazing Medicine

Author : Erik Seedhouse
ISBN : 1441978291
Genre : Science
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Space medicine has been an important component of the success of human spaceflight and will continue to play a critical role in the future ventures. To prepare for the day when astronauts will leave low Earth orbit for long-duration exploration missions, space medicine experts must develop a thorough understanding of the effects of microgravity on the human body, as well as ways of migrating these effects. To gain a complete understanding of the effects of space on the human body and to create the tools and technologies required for successful exploration, space medicine will become an increasingly collaborative discipline incorporating the skills of physicians, biomedical scientists, engineers, and mission planners. In this work, Dr. Erik Seedhouse examines the future of space medicine in relation to human space exploration. He describes what is necessary to keep a crew alive in space, how it will be accomplished in the future, and the medical challenges faced by interplanetary astronauts. The book is divided into three sections. The first looks at space medicine on board the ISS, where astronaut stays are often of long duration. The second section considers the Exploration Class medical dangers, beginning with radiation and the consequent Acute Radiation Syndrome (ARS). The final section looks at future developments and the importance of telemedicine and how revolutionary technologies will protect interplanetary astronauts from the space environment. The book ends with a description of the kind of hibernation necessary to insure the well being of interplanetary astronauts.

Stories From Trailblazing Women Lawyers

Author : Jill Norgren
ISBN : 9781479805990
Genre : Law
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The captivating story of how a diverse group of women, including Janet Reno and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, broke the glass ceiling and changed the modern legal profession In Stories from Trailblazing Women Lawyers, award-winning legal historian Jill Norgren curates the oral histories of one hundred extraordinary American women lawyers who changed the profession of law. Many of these stories are being told for the first time. As adults these women were on the front lines fighting for access to law schools and good legal careers. They challenged established rules and broke the law’s glass ceiling.Norgren uses these interviews to describe the profound changes that began in the late 1960s, interweaving social and legal history with the women’s individual experiences. In 1950, when many of the subjects of this book were children, the terms of engagement were clear: only a few women would be admitted each year to American law schools and after graduation their professional opportunities would never equal those open to similarly qualified men. Harvard Law School did not even begin to admit women until 1950. At many law schools, well into the 1970s, men told female students that they were taking a place that might be better used by a male student who would have a career, not babies. In 2005 the American Bar Association’s Commission on Women in the Profession initiated a national oral history project named the Women Trailblazers in the Law initiative: One hundred outstanding senior women lawyers were asked to give their personal and professional histories in interviews conducted by younger colleagues. The interviews, made available to the author, permit these women to be written into history in their words, words that evoke pain as well as celebration, humor, and somber reflection. These are women attorneys who, in courtrooms, classrooms, government agencies, and NGOs have rattled the world with insistent and successful demands to reshape their profession and their society. They are women who brought nothing short of a revolution to the profession of law.

Trailblazing American Women

Author : Barbara Kramer
ISBN : 0766013774
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Provides biographical information about ten women who have broken through barriers of gender and race, including Jane Addams, Sandra Day O'Connor, and Jeannette Rankin.

Virginia Connally M D Trailblazing Physician Woman Of Faith

Author : Loretta Fulton
ISBN : 0578085690
Genre : Women medical students
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Virginia Connally, first female physician in Abilene, has been a pioneer in many areas of her life. She is a graduate of Hardin Simmons, member of First Baptist Church of Abilene, and founding member of the Texas Baptist Missions Foundation. She has many accomplishments, honors and has garnered respect from policiticians and pastors alike.

Trailblazing Into The Future

Author : Piet H. L. Bovy
ISBN : NWU:35556034582338
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Trailblazing African American Public Administrators

Author : Beverly C. Edmond
ISBN : 9781317293378
Genre : Political Science
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The field of public administration holds social equity and inclusiveness as a core administrative value, but African American voices in the discourse about the theory and practice of public administration have been ignored all too often. This book is the first to formally chronicle the evolution of the field of public administration in the United States through desegregation, equal opportunity, affirmative action, diversity/multiculturalism, and presumptions about a "post-racial" society, incorporating African American contributions to public policy-making and implementation at every stage. As long as the "post-racial" America myth continues to influence the design, development, and implementation of public policies, African American perspectives need to be reconsidered as a legitimate and important focus of public administration’s theoretical and practical framework. Focusing on the lives and profound contributions of several unsung but seminal African American public administrators, accompanied by personal accounts of perseverance and detailed descriptions of unique approaches used for social change, this book demonstrates the intellectual, academic, and pragmatic evolution of these leaders as they built careers in their discipline and blazed the trail for those to come. Authors Beverly C. Edmond and Ron W. Finnell demonstrate how these pioneers extended the very definition of the enterprise of public administration through their movements between the intersecting worlds of academia, practice, social movements, and community activism. Trailblazing African American Public Administrators serves as a timely practical, social, and historical teaching text for graduate and undergraduate courses in Public Administration, Public Management, Public Affairs, and Human Resource Management.

The Regulation Of Medical Care

Author : John C. Goodman
ISBN : UCAL:B3930232
Genre : Competition
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New Jersey Medicine

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ISBN : CHI:102774054
Genre : Medicine
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Includes the Society's Membership newsletter.

Report Of The President

Author : University of Cincinnati
ISBN : UOM:39015076458127
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Chicago Medicine

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ISBN : NWU:35558004672156
Genre : Medicine
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Sixth Report

Author : Council on Graduate Medical Education.
ISBN : STANFORD:24502695731
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The Quander Quality

Author : James W. Quander
ISBN : 193174162X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Diabetes can be a devastating disease, causing multiple degenerative conditions over the course of a person's life. Juvenile diabetes can be especially difficult because it strikes children. To live for 80 years with diabetes is a triumph that could only result from dedicated self-discipline, determination, and tenacity. These very qualities allowed James W. Quander, the author of this educational and inspirational autobiography, to live a full life into his 80s in spite of a prognosis to die before age ten.Diagnosed in 1924 with diabetes shortly before turning six, at a time when insulin injection was a new procedure, there was a stigma attached to having this disease. He kept his Big Secret until his senior years, in spite of hospitalizations and near-death experiences. Then, in an effort to educate others about living with diabetes, he often participated in personal and media interviews, and was featured in the Washington Post, Diabetes Forecast, Successful Living with Diabetes, and the Diabetic News.

American Women Of Medicine

Author : Russell Roberts
ISBN : 0766018350
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses the lives and the struggle that faced by ten women who pursued careers in the medical field, including Dorothea Lynde Dix, Elizabeth Blackwell, Clara Barton, Mary Edwards Walker, Susie King Taylor, Susan LaFlesche Picotte, Clara Maass, Gerty Radnitz Cori, Antonia Coello Novello, and Mae Carol Jemison.

Negroes And Medicine

Author : Dietrich C. Reitzes
ISBN : UOM:39015009573067
Genre : African Americans
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Outdoor Emergency Medicine

Author : Frank C. Madda
ISBN : UCAL:B4115802
Genre : First aid in illness and injury
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Bulletin Of The History Of Medicine

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ISBN : NWU:35556038583290
Genre : Medicine
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Includes the Transactions of the 15th- annual meetings of the American Association of the History of Medicine, 1939-

Prenatal And Perinatal Psychology And Medicine

Author : Peter G. Fedor-Freybergh
ISBN : 1850701814
Genre : Fathers
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The Yale Journal Of Biology And Medicine

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ISBN : NWU:35558000526539
Genre : Biology
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Man In Flight

Author : Eloise Engle
ISBN : UCAL:B4530754
Genre : Aerospace medicine
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Rocky Mountain Medical Journal

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ISBN : UCLA:31158005485486
Genre : Medicine
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