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  • 护理综合英语:CGFNS综合册(套装上下册)(附光盘1张)[平装]
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  • 作者:林小勤(编者),潘素勤(编者),张铁钢(编者)
  • 出版社:高等教育出版社;第1版(2005年6月1日)
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    《护理综合英语:CGFNS综合册(套装上下册)》为高等职业教育技能型紧缺人才培养培训工程系列教材之一。

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    《护理综合英语:CGFNS综合册(上册)》目录:
    Unit One Humanistic Education
    Unit Two Understanding
    Unit Three Communication Skills
    Unit Four Nursing Process
    Unit Five Nursing Diagnosis
    Unit Six Coping and Adaptation
    Unit Seven Psychosocial Adaptation
    Unit Eight Nursing Management
    Unit Nine The Patient's Right
    Unit Ten Medical Record
    Unit Eleven Health Direction
    Unit Twelve The Patient's Needs
    Unit Thirteen Accident Prevention
    Unit Fourteen Safe and Effective Nursing
    Unit Fifteen Infection Control
    摸底试题(PART1)和自测试题(PART2)答案
    课文练习答案(PART2)

    《护理综合英语:CGFNS综合册(下册)》目录:
    Unit Sixteen Genetic Counselling
    Unit Seventeen Well-Child Care
    Unit Eighteen Community Resources
    Unit Nineteen Disease Prevention
    Unit Twenty Life Style Choices and Wellness Concepts
    Unit Twenty-one Basic Care and Comfort
    Unit Twenty-Two Vital Signs
    Unit Twenty-Three Drainage and Decompression Tube
    Unit Twenty-Four Fluid and Diet Intake
    Unit Twenty-Five Drug and Alcohol Use
    Unit Twenty-Six Calculation for Medication Administration
    Unit Twenty-Seven Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies
    Unit Twenty-Eight Healthy and Nutritional Food
    Unit Twenty-Nine Nursing for the Elderly and Chronically Ill
    Unit Thirty Physiological Adaptation
    摸底试题(PART1)和自测试题(PART2)答案
    课文练习答案(PART2
    CGFNS考试介绍

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    The effect of child care on children' s development depends on a number of inter-related factors, including the quality of the child-care experience, as well as characteristics of the child and family. Although some studies have suggested that infants in child care may be at greater risk of insecure attachments to their mothers, most such infants are securely attached and display no long-term emotional insecurity. In some studies, children with child-care experience have been found to be more sociable, more self-confident, more involved in activities with peers, and less timid. However, such children have also been described as more aggressive (especially boys) and less compliant with adults.
    High-quality child care can favorably influence the cognitive and social development of children, especially those from disadvantaged populations. Such children perform better on school entry on standardized tests of intelligence, academic achievement, and measures of accomplishment such as grades and teacher ratings. Conversely, poor-quality child care can adversely affect developmental outcomes.
    Good-quality child care has been associated with a low aduh-to-ehild ratio, small group size, and caregiver training in child development. Other important determinants incude a caring and supportive staff that is stable and consistent; a developmentally appropriate curriculum that enables children to learn through a variety of fun activities; and a physical setting that affords cleanliness, sanitation, and adequate space for activities and rest as well as protection from environmental hazards.