Un roman graphique poignant et poétique
Dans cette histoire autobiographique, nous suivons l'autrice et illustratrice Erin Williams dans le train qui l'emmène chaque jour au travail, à Manhattan. Alors qu'elle navigue entre interactions banales et regards oppressants de passagers, Erin a des flash-back. Elle se rappelle ces moments où, considérée comme un objet sexuel, elle cherchait à devenir invisible et se réfugiait dans l'alcool.
Ses souvenirs nous plongent dans l'espace gris qui se situe entre le consentement et l'agression, la honte et la culpabilité, le mal-être et le désir de vivre.
Basic Anesthesiology Examination Review is a high-yield, streamlined study aid specifically designed for Anesthesiology residents preparing for the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) Basic Anesthesiology Exam. Chapters deliver succinct and efficiently communicated summaries of all content listed in the ABA exam outline, plus highlighted key facts, mneomnics, and relevant images and diagrams. Chapters conclude with board-style practice questions and annotated answers, followed by key references and further reading. With this book as a guide, readers will be able to efficiently prepare for the Basic Anesthesiology Examination and master the key facts and concepts that provide the scientific roundation for the practice of Anesthesiology.
This exciting new WMU book series' volume features the first attempt to include detailed experiences of women in the maritime sector at a global level. It highlights the achievement of women in the maritime sector, in particular, women's leadership and service to the sustainable development of the maritime industry. The volume contains contemporary studies on maritime women and follows an inter-disciplinary approach. It offers an overview of women's integration into the maritime sector since the late 1980s as well as benchmarking its impact on various levels, such as policy, employment, education, leadership and sustainability. Even 20 years after the Beijing Declaration, gender-related challenges at work still remain in the maritime sector, for example, lack of gender policy, difficulty in work-life balance, access to education, and leadership opportunities. The book addresses a series of recommendations that may further help the integration of women into the maritime sector.