This is the quick, go-to-reference book for public health trainees and practitioners. It distils information from the core disciplines of public health into one concise volume. It is also packed with practical tips on professional competencies and skills development, as well as new emerging topics.
This book is for anyone with a beginner's interest in medical statistics. It introduces the reader to the key concepts of medical statistics with colour illustrations, worked examples and anecdotes. The chapters are bite-sized with the busy clinician in mind but the book also includes additional material for advanced readers.
The Oxford Handbook of General Practice is an essential piece of kit for anyone working in a GP practice. It includes vital clinical information and invaluable practical guidance from experienced GPs. Revised and updated throughout, the new edition captures the latest wave of changes in structure and management across general practice.
Now in its fourth edition, Essential Epidemiology is an engaging and accessible introduction to the foundations of epidemiology. It addresses the study of infectious and chronic diseases, public health and clinical epidemiology, and the role of epidemiology in a range of health monitoring and research activities.