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Medicine

Cambridge Scholars Publishing's edited collections and monographs present leading medicine research across key topics including the history of medicine, medical ethics, and health sector reforms. Combined, this diverse collection of books about medicine will be of interest to healthcare professionals and medical students, but also researchers in the humanities.

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Systems Thinking in Medici...

Total Quality Management (TQM) and systems thinking are being used to improve all aspects of human health. This first book in a two-volume set details how the healthcare community is working with patients and their caregivers to improve healthcare and reduce its costs. Systems-based thinking encourages us to work together to look a...
£95.99

Systems Thinking in Medici...

This second book in a two-volume set tells how the healthcare community is working with patients and their caregivers to help improve health using P4 medicine, proper nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. The healthcare community is finding ways to predict one’s susceptibility to diseases, so they can be prevented from occurring, when...
£68.99

A Healthy Life on a Health...

The majority of people are under the impression that pollution affects mostly the environment. Thus, we are mainly concerned with climate change and the disappearance of wildlife. We are convinced that pollution doesn’t affect us as humans. However, the incidence rate of cancer is higher today than in the 1970s and we are witnessin...
£61.99

The Medical Pioneers of Ni...

Modern medicine in England as we know it today is chiefly the product of the scientific developments of the nineteenth century. These advances included improved sanitation, the acceptance of the germ theory of disease as a result of the emergence of microbiology, and the advent of painless and routine surgical procedures. How then ...
£58.99
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