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  • 31 Days to Die

    By Brian D. Hodges

    Our Price: $12.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781451519259
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • Published: March 2010
    On paper, Jerrod Brookshire is the most eligible bachelor in Texas. His blonde hair and steel blue eyes compliment his perfectly fit frame. His charming conversational skills flow easily from his 172 point IQ. The mansion, the millions, and the flashy Porsche were just icing on the cake. Every single woman in Dallas wants to land him, blind to his vicious dark side and the trail of dead bodies he unleashes monthly. When Jerrod randomly selects your number there is no charming conversation, just an ominous warning. You, or one of your relatives will have 31 days to die. His unusual style of egotistical killing pits his resources and decades of hunting skills against the best and brightest law enforcement officers around. The best chance Dallas has is the deceptively capable detective Austin Moore, who has plenty of blood on his own hands. Unflinchingly gritty and gruesome, “31 Days to Die” delivers a no-holds barred race to stop the highest profile serial killer the world has ever known… before he retires a legend and vanishes forever.
  • The Question of Competence: Reconsidering Medical Education in the Twenty-First Century

    By Brian D. Hodges

    Our Price: $27.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780801479502
    • Publisher: ILR Press
  • The Question of Competence: Reconsidering Medical Education in the Twenty-First Century

    By Brian D. Hodges

    Our Price: $53.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780801450495
    • Publisher: ILR Press
    • Published: November 2012
    Hodges (psychiatry and medical education, U. of Toronto, Canada) and Lingard compile seven chapters by medical education researchers from the US, Canada, and the Netherlands, who explore and critique the concept and discourse of medical competence and analyze the educational, moral, political, and scientific implications of different paradigms about what competence is. They discuss the changing definitions of competence over time and the discourses of knowledge, performance, psychometrics, reflection, and production; extending medical competence to include teamwork; emotional competence; the concept of expertise; assessment; self-assessment and performance improvement; and mindful practice. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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