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  1. This resource is the catalog of the collections of the CRL. UVM is a member of this library cooperative and as such we can borrow the unique materials it has in their collection. Use this catalog to locate hard-to-find newspapers and magazines, primary source collections, and books. Place requests through Interlibrary Loan.

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  5. A medical doctor who specializes in neuroscience and diagnoses and treats mental disorders. Psychiatry. The medical science that deals with the origin, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental disorders. Psychologist. A specialist who can talk with patients and their families about emotional and personal matters. Psychology

  6. Specialist literature (journal articles, books, chapters from books, brochures, reports, Evidence-Based Care Sheets) on nursing and paramedic care, (alternative) health care and bio-medical sciences. Also contains relevant literature in the areas of management, behavioural sciences, psychiatry and psychology, rehabilitation, etc.

  7. Now the medical man who sees the patient only once a day or even only once or twice a week, cannot possibly tell this without the assistance of the patient himself, or of those who are in constant observation on the patient. The utmost the medical man can tell is whether the patient is weaker or stronger at this visit than he was at the last visit.