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TAKE CARE

TAKE CARE

Christer Amnéus Professional Engelska kurs A (Steg 5) Take Care (för Omvårdnadsprogrammet) Professional Take Care består av · The Book · The Key · The Teacher’s CD

ISBN 978-91-622-8734-4

www.bonnierutbildning.se

(8734-4)

BONNIERS


contents list 1 Meet Jenny and Marcus

6

6 Jenny from Birmingham

50

A Clocking in B Exchange Students

7 8

2 Marcus from Sweden

14

A Clocking in B Listening C Jenny’s First Day at Work

51 53 55

A Clocking in B Bev Johnston’s Letter C I am Bill

16 16 19

7 Wheels and Emails

60

A Clocking in B Jenny and Her Computer

63 65

3 Marcus goes to America

22

8 Dial 999

70

A Clocking in B Marcus in Minnesota C I’m Interested in Health Care

23 23 26

A Clocking in B Jenny and Her Dad

73 74

4 First Lesson: The Human Body

30

9 Healthy Tommy in Australia

78

A Clockin in B Marcus’s First Lesson

33 34

A Clocking in B Tommy and Terry C The Healthy Eating Pyramid

79 82 85

5 Safety and Hygiene

40

alfabetisk engelsk-svensk ordlista

88

A Clocking in B Hygiene

41 43

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Contents list  5


contents list 1 Meet Jenny and Marcus

6

6 Jenny from Birmingham

50

A Clocking in B Exchange Students

7 8

2 Marcus from Sweden

14

A Clocking in B Listening C Jenny’s First Day at Work

51 53 55

A Clocking in B Bev Johnston’s Letter C I am Bill

16 16 19

7 Wheels and Emails

60

A Clocking in B Jenny and Her Computer

63 65

3 Marcus goes to America

22

8 Dial 999

70

A Clocking in B Marcus in Minnesota C I’m Interested in Health Care

23 23 26

A Clocking in B Jenny and Her Dad

73 74

4 First Lesson: The Human Body

30

9 Healthy Tommy in Australia

78

A Clockin in B Marcus’s First Lesson

33 34

A Clocking in B Tommy and Terry C The Healthy Eating Pyramid

79 82 85

5 Safety and Hygiene

40

alfabetisk engelsk-svensk ordlista

88

A Clocking in B Hygiene

41 43

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Safety and Hygiene at Work 

A Clocking in 1 Understanding Signs Signs are important and can save lives in a home for the elderly or in a hospital. Study the sign and translate the text into Swedish.

IN CASE OF FIRE

REACT R E A C T

emove persons from immediate danger if possible

nsure door(s) is closed to confine fire and smoke

ctivate the fire alarm system / use nearest pull station

all the Fire Department, Dial 999 ry to extinguish the fire or

concentrate on further evacuation

REMAIN CALM

remove  här flytta immediate  omedelbar ensure  se till att confine  begränsa pull station  brandalarm (låda på väggen) fire department  brandkår

dial  slå (ett telefonnummer) extinguish  släcka further  vidare evacuation  utrymning remain  förbli calm  lugn

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Safety and Hygiene at Work 

A Clocking in 1 Understanding Signs Signs are important and can save lives in a home for the elderly or in a hospital. Study the sign and translate the text into Swedish.

IN CASE OF FIRE

REACT R E A C T

emove persons from immediate danger if possible

nsure door(s) is closed to confine fire and smoke

ctivate the fire alarm system / use nearest pull station

all the Fire Department, Dial 999 ry to extinguish the fire or

concentrate on further evacuation

REMAIN CALM

remove  här flytta immediate  omedelbar ensure  se till att confine  begränsa pull station  brandalarm (låda på väggen) fire department  brandkår

dial  slå (ett telefonnummer) extinguish  släcka further  vidare evacuation  utrymning remain  förbli calm  lugn

Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  41


2 Talking about Safety

B Hygiene

A Preventing falls B Preventing burns C Preventing choking

Marcus has had a long day in school and has also been to the athletics field with some of his classmates. Now he is studying his book in bed. He is about to fall asleep. He reads: When you work with many people there is always a risk of catching an infection. You may also spread infections to other people. Infections can be spread directly from person to person, or through equipment. So you have to be careful, and take precautions.

Read through the list of measures below. Decide under which heading (A, B or C) they belong. Can you add any more to the list? Write for example A1, B2 or whatever you think is correct. Go to the word list on page 88 for help. 1 Be sure the person is positioned properly for eating and swallowing. 2 Keep side rails up. 3 Wipe up spills immediately. 4 Assist people with hot food and liquids. 5 Use proper lighting. 6 Do not leave a helpless person unattended. 7 Encourage people to take small bites and eat slowly. 8 Answer the call light promptly so the person does not try to get up. 9 Test the bath water, and then let the person who is having the bath test the water. 10 Never leave smokers unattended.

• Wear clean gloves when you are in contact with body fluids or broken skin. • Wash your hands often. • Wear protective clothing and gloves when you are in contact with waste. • Tie back your hair so that it doesn’t get in contact with people, equipment or waste.

Suddenly he hears Ms Nash’s voice saying, “I hope you’re studying hard for your test.” Marcus wakes up, feels dizzy and then continues reading.

3 Test Yourself Look at the picture. 1 How many possible hazards and risks can you find in the picture? Name at least five. 2 Which of these are the responsibility of the employer? 3 Which task should you do something about immediately?

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Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  43


2 Talking about Safety

B Hygiene

A Preventing falls B Preventing burns C Preventing choking

Marcus has had a long day in school and has also been to the athletics field with some of his classmates. Now he is studying his book in bed. He is about to fall asleep. He reads: When you work with many people there is always a risk of catching an infection. You may also spread infections to other people. Infections can be spread directly from person to person, or through equipment. So you have to be careful, and take precautions.

Read through the list of measures below. Decide under which heading (A, B or C) they belong. Can you add any more to the list? Write for example A1, B2 or whatever you think is correct. Go to the word list on page 88 for help. 1 Be sure the person is positioned properly for eating and swallowing. 2 Keep side rails up. 3 Wipe up spills immediately. 4 Assist people with hot food and liquids. 5 Use proper lighting. 6 Do not leave a helpless person unattended. 7 Encourage people to take small bites and eat slowly. 8 Answer the call light promptly so the person does not try to get up. 9 Test the bath water, and then let the person who is having the bath test the water. 10 Never leave smokers unattended.

• Wear clean gloves when you are in contact with body fluids or broken skin. • Wash your hands often. • Wear protective clothing and gloves when you are in contact with waste. • Tie back your hair so that it doesn’t get in contact with people, equipment or waste.

Suddenly he hears Ms Nash’s voice saying, “I hope you’re studying hard for your test.” Marcus wakes up, feels dizzy and then continues reading.

3 Test Yourself Look at the picture. 1 How many possible hazards and risks can you find in the picture? Name at least five. 2 Which of these are the responsibility of the employer? 3 Which task should you do something about immediately?

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Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  43


When you serve food and drink, present it in an appetizing and acceptable way. Make sure the trolley has been washed with antiseptic solution. Check that the tray has the correct food, cutlery, napkins, cup and straw. If the patient spills something on the bed clothes, place the soiled linen in a bag for the laundry. Assist with pouring drinks and cutting food if needed. Sit beside the person at eye-level and offer him or her plenty of liquid. If the patient has hepatitis, food poisoning or other highly infectious diseases, wear a special gown, double gloves or wear a mask. Marcus thinks about work tomorrow and Mr Keary’s tray. He often wants fish, potatoes and white sauce for lunch. Marcus usually adds a few pieces of tomatoes next to the green beans to give it some colour. Marcus closes his eyes and falls asleep dreaming of straws, tomato soup and salads. catch  fånga här få equipment  utrustning precaution  försiktighetsåtgärd glove  handske fluid  vätska skin  hud protective  skyddande, här skyddswaste  avfall, här avföring tie back  fästa /håret/ bakåt dizzy  yr continue  fortsätta appetizing  aptitretande manner  sätt trolley  rullbord antiseptic solution  antiseptisk lösning

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tray  bricka cutlery  bestick napkin  servett straw  sugrör soiled  smutsig linen  linne, sängkläder laundry  tvätt (och strykning) pour  hälla upp offer  erbjuda liquid  vätska hepatitis  gulsot poisoning  förgiftning gown  /sjukhus/rock beans  bönor

1 Multiple Choice Only one option is correct. Match numbers and letters. 5

10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Marcus is studying in A bed B school With patients there is always a risk of A toes B infections Wear gloves in contact with A nurses B equipment Tie back your hair to avoid contact with A staff B waste Half asleep he hears A Ms Nash B Mr Keary Food and drink must be served A often B early You need knives, forks and A spoons B fish You must help the patients with drink A and soup B and food

C the kitchen. C equipment. C body fluids. C trolleys. C a doctor. C nicely. C cutlery. C and liquid.

2 Infection Control Write down four rules that are important to avoid infections. Use the text and add your own examples if you want to.

Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  45


When you serve food and drink, present it in an appetizing and acceptable way. Make sure the trolley has been washed with antiseptic solution. Check that the tray has the correct food, cutlery, napkins, cup and straw. If the patient spills something on the bed clothes, place the soiled linen in a bag for the laundry. Assist with pouring drinks and cutting food if needed. Sit beside the person at eye-level and offer him or her plenty of liquid. If the patient has hepatitis, food poisoning or other highly infectious diseases, wear a special gown, double gloves or wear a mask. Marcus thinks about work tomorrow and Mr Keary’s tray. He often wants fish, potatoes and white sauce for lunch. Marcus usually adds a few pieces of tomatoes next to the green beans to give it some colour. Marcus closes his eyes and falls asleep dreaming of straws, tomato soup and salads. catch  fånga här få equipment  utrustning precaution  försiktighetsåtgärd glove  handske fluid  vätska skin  hud protective  skyddande, här skyddswaste  avfall, här avföring tie back  fästa /håret/ bakåt dizzy  yr continue  fortsätta appetizing  aptitretande manner  sätt trolley  rullbord antiseptic solution  antiseptisk lösning

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tray  bricka cutlery  bestick napkin  servett straw  sugrör soiled  smutsig linen  linne, sängkläder laundry  tvätt (och strykning) pour  hälla upp offer  erbjuda liquid  vätska hepatitis  gulsot poisoning  förgiftning gown  /sjukhus/rock beans  bönor

1 Multiple Choice Only one option is correct. Match numbers and letters. 5

10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Marcus is studying in A bed B school With patients there is always a risk of A toes B infections Wear gloves in contact with A nurses B equipment Tie back your hair to avoid contact with A staff B waste Half asleep he hears A Ms Nash B Mr Keary Food and drink must be served A often B early You need knives, forks and A spoons B fish You must help the patients with drink A and soup B and food

C the kitchen. C equipment. C body fluids. C trolleys. C a doctor. C nicely. C cutlery. C and liquid.

2 Infection Control Write down four rules that are important to avoid infections. Use the text and add your own examples if you want to.

Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  45


3 Listening

4 Facts

Health and Safety

• The flu is a respiratory (i.e. nose, throat, and lung) infection that can be caused by different influenza viruses. • Ear infections are the most common illness in babies and young children. • “Staph” bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) are a common cause of skin infections. • It is said that 1.7 million people are infected in U.S. hospitals each year. • The administration of blood requires two people to check the patient’s name, hospital number, blood type and other information before the blood can be given.

Marcus has been at his new job for some time. Today Mrs. Wilson is going to give him information on health and safety procedures. That is standard for all new workers. a Listen to the conversation and choose the correct word. 1 What does Ms Nash want to talk to Marcus about? a nutrition b safety c common illness 2 Why is falling so common among the elderly? a It is due to b They are c They ignore confusion and often in a hurry. safety rules. physical problems. 3 How would you describe Mrs O’Neil? a grumpy b tired

c lively

4 What does Mrs O’Neil say about Marcus? a He is clumsy. b He is good c He is attractive. with people. 5 Where is Mrs O’Neil off to this morning? a the doctor b the hair dresser c the physiotherapist 6 What do Mrs Wilson and Marcus talk about after they have delivered Mrs O’Neil? a hair fashion b falling c fire safety

b Fire Safety Procedures Write down six important fire safety procedures that are mentioned in Mrs Wilson's conversation with Marcus.

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flu  influensa respiratory  andningsthroat  hals cause  orsaka, orsak

common illness  vanlig sjukdom administration  handhavande require  kräva

5 Form New Words f-i-n-g-e-r-n-a-i-l-s How many new words can you form by juggling the letters? Use no names and no more individual letters than there are in the words. If you can get more than 20, it is a gold star, more than 15 is a silver star and more than 10 is a bronze star.

6 Translation - Du kan sprida infektioner när du arbetar med så många patienter, Marcus. - Ja, jag vet. Ms Nash säger att händer är en huvudkälla till infektioner och att de kan komma i kontakt med kroppsvätskor och avföring. - Just det. Det är därför du ska använda skyddskläder och handskar. - Och fästa håret bakåt … placera smutsigt linne i en påse … och ha mask om det är nödvändigt. - Ja, det är mycket att tänka på. Och det är viktigt.

Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  47


3 Listening

4 Facts

Health and Safety

• The flu is a respiratory (i.e. nose, throat, and lung) infection that can be caused by different influenza viruses. • Ear infections are the most common illness in babies and young children. • “Staph” bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) are a common cause of skin infections. • It is said that 1.7 million people are infected in U.S. hospitals each year. • The administration of blood requires two people to check the patient’s name, hospital number, blood type and other information before the blood can be given.

Marcus has been at his new job for some time. Today Mrs. Wilson is going to give him information on health and safety procedures. That is standard for all new workers. a Listen to the conversation and choose the correct word. 1 What does Ms Nash want to talk to Marcus about? a nutrition b safety c common illness 2 Why is falling so common among the elderly? a It is due to b They are c They ignore confusion and often in a hurry. safety rules. physical problems. 3 How would you describe Mrs O’Neil? a grumpy b tired

c lively

4 What does Mrs O’Neil say about Marcus? a He is clumsy. b He is good c He is attractive. with people. 5 Where is Mrs O’Neil off to this morning? a the doctor b the hair dresser c the physiotherapist 6 What do Mrs Wilson and Marcus talk about after they have delivered Mrs O’Neil? a hair fashion b falling c fire safety

b Fire Safety Procedures Write down six important fire safety procedures that are mentioned in Mrs Wilson's conversation with Marcus.

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flu  influensa respiratory  andningsthroat  hals cause  orsaka, orsak

common illness  vanlig sjukdom administration  handhavande require  kräva

5 Form New Words f-i-n-g-e-r-n-a-i-l-s How many new words can you form by juggling the letters? Use no names and no more individual letters than there are in the words. If you can get more than 20, it is a gold star, more than 15 is a silver star and more than 10 is a bronze star.

6 Translation - Du kan sprida infektioner när du arbetar med så många patienter, Marcus. - Ja, jag vet. Ms Nash säger att händer är en huvudkälla till infektioner och att de kan komma i kontakt med kroppsvätskor och avföring. - Just det. Det är därför du ska använda skyddskläder och handskar. - Och fästa håret bakåt … placera smutsigt linne i en påse … och ha mask om det är nödvändigt. - Ja, det är mycket att tänka på. Och det är viktigt.

Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  47


7 Clocking out Are the sentences right or wrong? Tick off.

1 In case of fire make sure patients quickly get out of the area. 2 You dial 999 for the Fire Department in Britain. 3 Falls, burns and choking are not common risks for patients. 4 You should always help patients to eat and drink. 5 Good hygiene is extremely important to prevent the spread of infections. 6 Infections can sometimes be spread through equipment. 7 Never wash a trolley with antiseptic solution. 8 The flu is never caused by an influenza virus. 9 Ear infections are very common in babies. 10 Mr Keary hates fish.

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Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  49


7 Clocking out Are the sentences right or wrong? Tick off.

1 In case of fire make sure patients quickly get out of the area. 2 You dial 999 for the Fire Department in Britain. 3 Falls, burns and choking are not common risks for patients. 4 You should always help patients to eat and drink. 5 Good hygiene is extremely important to prevent the spread of infections. 6 Infections can sometimes be spread through equipment. 7 Never wash a trolley with antiseptic solution. 8 The flu is never caused by an influenza virus. 9 Ear infections are very common in babies. 10 Mr Keary hates fish.

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Chapter 5 Safety and Hygiene at Work  49


Förord Hello, young Professional Bonnier Utbildning Postadress: Box 3159, 103 63 Stockholm Besöksadress: Sveavägen 56, Stockholm Hemsida: www.bonnierutbildning.se E-post: info@bonnierutbildning.se Order/Läromedelsinformation Telefon: 08-696 86 00 Telefax: 08-696 86 10 Författare: Christer Amnéus Redaktör: Ann Wennerström Grafisk form: Wright Design Bildredaktör: Putte Salminen Teckningar: Thomas Fehrm, Clara Lindegren och Stefan Alexandersson

Professional, Take Care

Kopieringsförbud! Kopieringsförbud! Detta verk är skyddat av lagen om upphovsrätt. Kopiering, utöver lärares rätt att kopiera för undervisningsbruk enligt BONUS-Presskopias avtal, är förbjuden. Sådant avtal tecknas mellan upphovsrättsorganisationer och huvudman för utbildnings­anordnare, t.ex. kommuner/universitet. För information om avtalet hänvisas till utbildningsanordnarens huvudman eller BONUS-Presskopia. Den som bryter mot lagen om upphovsrätt kan åtalas av allmän åklagare och dömas till böter eller fängelse i upp till två år och bli skyldig att erlägga ersättning ill upphovsman/rättsinnehavare. Fälth & Hässler Värnamo 2009

ISBN 978-91-622-8734-4

Du har valt Omvårdnadsprogrammet och det är förstås ett viktigt val. Att kunna hantera både människor och instrument på ett riktigt sätt i det yrke du kommer att ha om ett par år spelar stor roll. Men inte nog med det! Du måste också kunna använda dig av den engelska som har med ditt yrke att göra. Därför har du nu i din hand Take Care, specialgjord för ditt program. I den finns teman, texter och bilder som har med dig och dina klasskamrater att göra. Du kommer också att få lära dig nyttiga ord och uttryck inom ditt yrkesområde. Härigenom har du betydligt större möjlighet att klara av situationer i ditt yrkesliv där du behöver engelskkunskaper. Lycka till med Take Care i engelska! Christer Amnéus

© Christer Amnéus och Bonnier Utbildning AB, Stockholm, J.W. Cappelens Forlag as, Oslo 2006. Första upplagan Första tryckningen

Bilder Omslag: Paul Burns/Photodisc/Matton Sid 06 Bartomeu Amengual/AGE/IBL, Sid 08 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 09 Voisin/Rex/All Over Press, Sid 11 Yogesh S. More/AGE/IBL, Sid 13 Mauro Fermariello/Science Photo Library/IBL, Sid 14-15 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 17 Christer Amnéus, Sid 19 Peter Gerdehag/briljans.se, Sid 22 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 24 John Henley/ Corbis//Scanpix, Sid 29 Jan Lindblad/briljans.se, Sid 30-31 Science Photo Library/IBL, Sid 39 Gary Rhijnsburger/Masterfile/ Scanpix, Sid 40 Jenny Mathews/Format, Sid 43 Yuri Arcurs/AGE/IBL, Sid 46 Gary Rhijnsburger/Masterfile/Scanpix, Sid 49 Hans Strand/briljans.se, Sid 50 John Birdsall/AGE/IBL, Sid 52 Sjøberg Bildebyrå, Sid 53 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 55 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 59 Jeppe Gustafsson/Scanpix, Sid 60-61 Mark Ralston/AFP/Scanpix, Sid 62 Trons/ Scanpix, Sid 65 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 69 Ng Han Guan/AP/Scanpix, Sid 70-71 Björn Larsson Rosvall/Scanpix, Sid 72 TRL LTD/Science Photo Library/IBL, Sid 75 Mark Barrett/Index Stock/Scanpix, Sid 78 Henryk T.Kaiser/IBL, Sid 79 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 81 Heidi Wideröe/ All Over Press

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FÖRORD  3


Förord Hello, young Professional Bonnier Utbildning Postadress: Box 3159, 103 63 Stockholm Besöksadress: Sveavägen 56, Stockholm Hemsida: www.bonnierutbildning.se E-post: info@bonnierutbildning.se Order/Läromedelsinformation Telefon: 08-696 86 00 Telefax: 08-696 86 10 Författare: Christer Amnéus Redaktör: Ann Wennerström Grafisk form: Wright Design Bildredaktör: Putte Salminen Teckningar: Thomas Fehrm, Clara Lindegren och Stefan Alexandersson

Professional, Take Care

Kopieringsförbud! Kopieringsförbud! Detta verk är skyddat av lagen om upphovsrätt. Kopiering, utöver lärares rätt att kopiera för undervisningsbruk enligt BONUS-Presskopias avtal, är förbjuden. Sådant avtal tecknas mellan upphovsrättsorganisationer och huvudman för utbildnings­anordnare, t.ex. kommuner/universitet. För information om avtalet hänvisas till utbildningsanordnarens huvudman eller BONUS-Presskopia. Den som bryter mot lagen om upphovsrätt kan åtalas av allmän åklagare och dömas till böter eller fängelse i upp till två år och bli skyldig att erlägga ersättning ill upphovsman/rättsinnehavare. Fälth & Hässler Värnamo 2009

ISBN 978-91-622-8734-4

Du har valt Omvårdnadsprogrammet och det är förstås ett viktigt val. Att kunna hantera både människor och instrument på ett riktigt sätt i det yrke du kommer att ha om ett par år spelar stor roll. Men inte nog med det! Du måste också kunna använda dig av den engelska som har med ditt yrke att göra. Därför har du nu i din hand Take Care, specialgjord för ditt program. I den finns teman, texter och bilder som har med dig och dina klasskamrater att göra. Du kommer också att få lära dig nyttiga ord och uttryck inom ditt yrkesområde. Härigenom har du betydligt större möjlighet att klara av situationer i ditt yrkesliv där du behöver engelskkunskaper. Lycka till med Take Care i engelska! Christer Amnéus

© Christer Amnéus och Bonnier Utbildning AB, Stockholm, J.W. Cappelens Forlag as, Oslo 2006. Första upplagan Första tryckningen

Bilder Omslag: Paul Burns/Photodisc/Matton Sid 06 Bartomeu Amengual/AGE/IBL, Sid 08 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 09 Voisin/Rex/All Over Press, Sid 11 Yogesh S. More/AGE/IBL, Sid 13 Mauro Fermariello/Science Photo Library/IBL, Sid 14-15 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 17 Christer Amnéus, Sid 19 Peter Gerdehag/briljans.se, Sid 22 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 24 John Henley/ Corbis//Scanpix, Sid 29 Jan Lindblad/briljans.se, Sid 30-31 Science Photo Library/IBL, Sid 39 Gary Rhijnsburger/Masterfile/ Scanpix, Sid 40 Jenny Mathews/Format, Sid 43 Yuri Arcurs/AGE/IBL, Sid 46 Gary Rhijnsburger/Masterfile/Scanpix, Sid 49 Hans Strand/briljans.se, Sid 50 John Birdsall/AGE/IBL, Sid 52 Sjøberg Bildebyrå, Sid 53 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 55 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 59 Jeppe Gustafsson/Scanpix, Sid 60-61 Mark Ralston/AFP/Scanpix, Sid 62 Trons/ Scanpix, Sid 65 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 69 Ng Han Guan/AP/Scanpix, Sid 70-71 Björn Larsson Rosvall/Scanpix, Sid 72 TRL LTD/Science Photo Library/IBL, Sid 75 Mark Barrett/Index Stock/Scanpix, Sid 78 Henryk T.Kaiser/IBL, Sid 79 Heidi Widerøre/All Over Press, Sid 81 Heidi Wideröe/ All Over Press

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TAKE CARE

TAKE CARE

Christer Amnéus Professional Engelska kurs A (Steg 5) Take Care (för Omvårdnadsprogrammet) Professional Take Care består av · The Book · The Key · The Teacher’s CD

ISBN 978-91-622-8734-4

www.bonnierutbildning.se

(8734-4)

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