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The Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care is arranged in two volumes for ease of reference, offering you two very different reference resources. Volume 1 - Principles and Concepts Volume 1 is a unique and exhaustive guide to the theory and principles underpinning primary care, including: * doctor-patient interaction * practice management * the public health role of the primary care team * health care systems throughout the world * ensuring and enhancing quality of care This volume emphasises the wide range of disciplines involved in primary care, covering medical sociology, health psychology, epidemiology, and the principles of organisational management, and providing concise, detailed sections on research, education, and ethics and law. Volume 2 - Clinical Management In Volume 2, more than 200 chapters form a comprehensive clinical textbook on medical problems commonly seen in general practice worldwide. Here you will find detailed evidence-based guidance on diagnosis, investigation, and management. Because each section has been written by GPs and hospital specialists working in partnership, you can be confident that these accounts are not only authoritative, but also uniquely focused on the information most relevant to primary care. Each chapter takes a broad perspective, assuring its relevance for physicians and health care systems at different levels of development, emphasising core clinical principles of diagnosis and management and considering the broader public health and health economics implications of each problem. From the Foreword, by Professor Ian R McWhinney: 'Primary care physicians have to know where they are on the scale of the complementarities between organismic and mechanistic, uncertainty and precision, involvement and detachment, concrete and abstract, and the particular and the general publication of the Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care will, I hope, be a milestone in the development of primary care medicine.'
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Description du livre Oxford University Press, USA, 2005. Paperback. État : New. 1. N° de réf. du libraire DADAX0198565801