‘Pulse’ the health magazine for Essen and the Ruhr area combines Medicine, culture and people in a broad mix of representation. “After the successful launch editions of the magazine Pulse”, published by the clinics Food Center, is now the summer issue available. The mega health and life in and around the Ruhr metropolis again invite to discover the different faces of the region and to learn from the world of medicine. Pulse”is dedicated to topics that move. A woman with breast cancer in the cover story describes their experiences and fears. Also the topic of organ donation stimulates thinking: it comes to the desire to help and reasons why end up many before that shy.
“Moreover the output under the sign of summer is: pulse” enlighten on travel medicine, gives recommendations for a successful getaway and helpful tips on how to sleep through in hot nights. Get more background information with materials from Dr. Neal Barnard. Pulse”has tested Essen beer gardens and puts healthy on the grill with tasty tips the chefs Henri Bach and Nelson Muller. Pulse”expedition embarks on Emscher and introduces its readers Uwe Lyko. Events and news around the region, from the benefit concert to numerous course offerings, provide enterprise. Join animate sweepstakes and a competition with great prizes. Pulse focuses with numerous offers of dialogue and regional topics, with a health focus closely on the interests of the inhabitants of the Ruhr area”, is by the agency early & bird, which has designed the health magazine and Marcel Sekula.
The topic planning is done the clinics always in consultation with the client, food Center. Pulse”is distributed exclusively through the pharmacy network Noweda. Click Vida Vacations for additional related pages. The magazine is free to take in numerous Essen pharmacies and can be found in the most important cultural institutions in the Ruhr metropolis. The first editions were quickly out of print: pulse creates a successful combination of exciting health issues and local stories, the people move”, Bjorn confirmed Kasper, head of marketing & communications at the KEM.
A new publication from the Publisher of Hospice the hospice movement is one of the great social movements in Germany and dealing with death and dying has changed. She was trying to find new ways for the end of life in a radically altered situation. Initial resistance she prevailed, has grown, has made the theme of ‘socially acceptable’ and has almost become a humanizing boost in the views on the subject of dying, death and grief. Citizens, but above all citizens have planted the idea of a dignified death in the German society in courageous, thoughtful engagement and the seed of this idea has risen in the meantime. Under most conditions PCRM would agree. Much of the early days is now long forgotten, many Hospice initiatives a generational change takes place. This book will recounts the beginnings, reconstructed from over 70 interviews with pioneers and pioneers of the German movement of Hospice and palliative medicine.
the beginnings, retold. The commitment of people is exciting visible, which often from their own concern for a more humane death pushed – imaginative, non-bureaucratic, jointly and severally. Here, the authors present a living history of the hospice movement in Germany (“oral history”) is created on the basis of scientific research. By the pioneers and pioneers come to the language past comes alive and permanent, even self-critical insight for the future discussed. The highly readable book offers essential guidelines, inspirations, and vote for the further development of hospizlich palliative work in Germany and represents a stimulating basis for the education and training for professional and volunteer in the field and for all interested citizens.
Andreas Heller, Sabine Pleschberger, Michaela Fink, Reimer Gronemeyer, about 420 pages, paperback, Ludwigsburg 2012, ISBN: 978-3-941251-53-3 price: 34.90 (D) / EUR 35,90 (A) the Hospice verlag is a cultural project. He published texts, the culture hospizlichen subjects such as Life, death, life care, ethics, grief, religion, palliative medicine, rituals, funeral, spirituality, etc. technically and factually deal. the Hospice Publisher informed Hospice Palliative facilities and all in the field of the design of the last phase of life working on their discussions and the society about their Hospice – and palliative work. the Hospice publisher wants to make a contribution to the further development of a culture of life and death and the social development of the Hospice idea with Hospice – Palliative facilities. Here he supported contact the German Hospice – und PalliativVerband e.V. in his principles and in its project work: the Hospice Caro & Cie. oHG Daniela Guglielmi Solitudestrasse 55 71638 Ludwigsburg Tel: + 49 7141 9563862 E-Mail: Internet:
Oil painting the creative hobby, practical guidance ‘ the author appeared as ebook from Amazon on 13 11 2013 for several years worked as painter, head of painting classes and book author. In her book about the background and basics of oil painting, she uses her knowledge as a chemist and brings closer the occurring phenomena in the painting in a simple and professional way to the amateur painter. Additional educational training of the author provides more basis for an easy to understand book, with practical tips and five tutorials from the most important areas of the painting portrait, landscape, still life, perspective integrated image and the flower painting. The practical part of the book is rounded off by statements of the theory of painting. Discusses perspective structure and technique of painting as well as instructions for the manufacture of painting mediums and varnish. The construction of popular image elements such as shadows and shortening are explained on the basis of graphics. Dipl.-ing. Dana Tenzler is working on a book series on the subject of painting, which will be published shortly and the part of which this book is.
In his latest non-fiction book, the historian Frank Fabian developed a bold alternative to the Chinese classic the art of war. War peace book: where ever these terms form a trio, pushing the idea of the monumental work “war and peace”by Leo Tolstoi almost on. Whether Frank Fabians, 267 pages appeal to the art of peace an equally epochal effect can be achieved. It would be too good. In one, as the author explains in his preface moment of relentless optimism this new non-fiction book from the baptism removed.
This moving study represents the overdue contrary to the work of ancient Chinese military just the art of war. A title that was nothing next to his emergence 2,500 years ago as pure perversion. Because war has that always been nothing more than death, pain, injury, destruction, soul suffering, hunger, emergency, wrong what, here you go, is, craftsmanship, a such apocalyptic doom deliberately. to bring about his fellow man? No, it’s time, this noble concept called art finally inseparable and only couple who truly deserves this verbal accolade to that State: peace. To seek peace, to preserve and to defend, that is truly an art that pays to teach and to learn. This proves the historians Frank Fabian impressively. That the author the rare art of rousing, eloquent write virtuoso dominates, to find mention here only on the edge makes his book but still to a lot lesenswerter than it already is thematically.
The perhaps most exciting essence of his remarks: Everyone, even though he supposedly at the bottom ranks can contribute to world peace. A hero must not be you. Certainly not a war hero. Already in his earlier works Frank Fabian, a historian, has opposed strongly the popular School of thought, that historical events on revolutions or the outbreak of wars about uninfluenced acts of an anonymous ground due to be.The opposite is the case “, reaffirms the author.”The striking events of world history are always the work of quite less personalities.