Medi-Cross: 100 Medical Terminology Crossword Puzzles for Pre-Med, Medical, and Nursing Students, EMTs, Massage Therapists and Other Health Care Profe

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Universal-Publishers, 2010 - Games - 162 pages
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Medi-Cross is a compilation of medical terminology crossword puzzles designed for students of medicine and related health sciences and practitioners of these fields of study. It is a supplemental study and review tool in a crossword format using terminology of anatomy, physiology, pathology, and all sciences concerned with the human body. Medi-Cross is the first of its kind in the U.S.-style crossword format and is a fun way to test one's knowledge of medical terms.

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These crossword puzzles are a lot of fun. Doing them is like studying, but without opening the textbook. All the words in each puzzle is a term relating to the body in some way and some of them really make you think. These are a nice change from the usual studying.

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John McLeod" is Professor of Counselling at the University of Abertay Dundee, Scotland, and previous Professor of Counselling Studies at Keele University, England. Originally trained in person-centered counseling and psychotherapy, he has shifted in recent years in the direction of a narrative-informed approach. Research interests include the development of qualitative methods for the hermeneutic narrative analysis of interview and psychotherapy transcript data, and the creation of practitioner-oriented research strategies. He has published six books, including "An Introduction to Counselling, Second Edition" (Open University Press 1998), which incorporates a chapter on narrative approaches, "Narrative & Psychotherapy" (Sage Ltd, 1997), which reviews recent developments in narrative-informed theory, research and practice, and "Qualitative Research in Counselling & Psychotherapy "(Sage Ltd, 2000), which includes a chapter on research into narrative and discourse in psychotherapy. He has also published over 30 chapters and papers on a range of counseling and psychotherapy topics.

In addition to their academic work, both Angus and McLeod are practicing clinicians who see clients, train and supervise clinical psychologists in psychotherapy and counseling skills and are engaged in psychotherapy process and outcome research. In their work, they attempt to fully integrate theory and research into practice, and they believe that each component of the process-practice, theory, evaluation/research-inform each other.

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