Culture and Customs of Ecuador

Greenwood Press, 2000 - 153 páginas

Vascular Surgery at a Glance will continue the At a Glance series style and ethos, i.e., 'bite size' topics displayed on a double page spread with plain language explanations of all the common, and not so common, vascular subjects. As with previous At a Glance books there will be pictures, illustrations and other aide-memoires. Each chapter will focus on understanding the relevant concepts and basic principles of vascular disease and surgery, with additional factual information once this is achieved. This will not be a 'cardiovascular' book, i.e., it will not concern itself with cardiac disease, which is a whole other subject covered extensively elsewhere. Furthermore, this book will form a curriculum backbone for any specialist at all levels who has an on-going commitment to vascular disease management and medical education.

The book will serve as an excellent source of information and management guidelines for other specialties that see vascular disease often, but are not formally trained in its management including general practitioners, emergency medicine practitioners, physicians, intensive care practitioners, nurses, physiotherapists, dietitians and paramedics.

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Culture and customs of Ecuador

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Fourth in Greenwood's new series (see, for example, Argentina, LJ 11/15/98), this small volume on Ecuador is a synthesis of both English- and Spanish-language secondary sources covering the nation's ... Leer comentario completo

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MICHAEL HANDELSMAN is a Distinguished Professor of the Humanities at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He is the cofounder of the Asociacion de Ecuatorianistas, an international scholarly organization devoted to promoting Ecuadorian literature and culture outside of Ecuador. His research interests include Spanish-American prose, women writers, Afro-Hispanic literature, literary journals, and issues related to national identity.

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