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Student Study Guide for use with Administrative Medical Assisting A Workforce Readiness Approach - Helen Houser, Kathryn Booth, Terri WymanThis Student Study Guide provides students with an opportunity to review and master the concepts and skills introduced in the textbook, Administrative Medical Assisting: A Workforce Readiness Approach. Together, the textbook and the Student Study Guide form a complete learning package. Administrative Medical Assisting: A Workforce Readiness Approach will prepare your students to enter the administrative medical assisting field with the knowledge and skills necessary to become a useful resource to patients and a valued asset to employers and to the administrative medical assisting profession.
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February
Buddhist Religion: A Historical Introduction - Richard H. RobinsonThe most comprehensive, insightful, and up-to-date introduction to Buddhism available, this text traces the religion of Awakening from its origins to its spread throughout Asia and the world. Combining historical narrative with contextual analysis in a clear and engaging style, the authors present a full and balanced portrait of the Buddhist religion in terms of ritual, devotionalism, institutions, doctrine, and meditation practice. Of special interest are the discussions of women's contributions to the Buddhist tradition and the portraits of current religious life, both lay and monastic, drawn
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February
Wisdom For Life: Three Principles for Well Being - Elsie SpittleThe author reveals in tangible and easy to comprehend terms that by understanding the Three Principles (Mind, Thought & Consciousness) of human experience, anyone has the innate ability to attain true health, to liberate themselves from their own prisons or perception and to live with all the energy and joy that is their birthright.