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BOOKS
MEDICINE

1.
Wiley Blackwell
The Wiley Handbook on the Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory

The Wiley Handbook on the Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory presents a comprehensive overview of the latest, cuttin Cedge neuroscience research being done relating to the study of human memory and cognition.

2.
Peter Parham
The Immune System

The Immune System, Fourth Edition emphasizes the human immune system and presents immunological concepts in a coherent, concise, and contemporary account of how the immune system works. Written for undergraduate, medical, veterinary, dental, and pharmacy students, it makes generous use of medical examples to illustrate points. This classroom-proven textbook offers clear writing, full-color illustrations, and section and chapter summaries that make the book accessible and easily understandable to students.

The Fourth Edition is a major revision that brings the content up-to-date and improves clarity. Based on user feedback, there is now increased continuity and connectivity between chapters

3.
Philip E. Greenman
Principles of Manual Medicine (2nd edition)

The Second Edition of this unique text presents principles and practice of manual medicine, with clear discussions of how and where they apply in the context of various disease states. Structured according to organ system, this well-researched book offers a complete guide to the most effective methods of diagnosis and therapy. An entirely new section on Clinical Integration and Correlation includes chapters on exercise principles and prescription, adjunctive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, and common clinical syndromes. Important recent developments on direct action muscle energy and mobilization with impulse (high velocity, low amplitude thrust techniques) is included.

4.
Skya Abbate
Chinese Auricular Acupuncture, Second Edition

Chinese Auricular Acupuncture provides students and practitioners with a clear, concise, and user-friendly manual on ear acupuncture. It reduces the need for memorization by presenting a method of ear acupuncture that is in keeping with the underpinnings of traditional Chinese medicine.
Various ear modalities―such as needles, press tacks, seeds―are discussed. The book also incorporates actual cases from clinical practice to illustrate the clinical applicability of specific modalities and ear acupuncture points.
The book can be independently studied and easily used to treat various diseases. A section on ear diagnosis allows readers to supplement their assessment of the pulse, tongue, and hara, thus improving their ability to differentiate the functional basis of imbalance and illness.
This edition includes five new chapters on the multiple use of auricular points, prescriptionology practice, common ear questions, new research, and ethical issues. Detailed tables and photographs serve as clear aids to understanding. Also included is an extensive and updated bibliography.
The greatest strength of this book is its user friendliness, which allows both the beginning student and the experienced practitioner to successfully apply auricular medicine in the treatment of their patients in a caring, relatively noninvasive, and effective manner.

5.
Carolyn Garcia, Marjorie Schaffer
Population Based Public Health Clinical Manual, 2nd Edition

Focused on developing a competent public health nursing practice in diverse settings, this core text builds on the Henry Street Consortium s framework of 11 competences for population-based, entry-level public health nursing. This second edition has fully revised and updated coverage, including implementation of Healthy People 2020, intensive, evidence-based home visiting models and cultural identity assessment tools, virtual tools and resources for e-collaboration strategies and health promotion, pathways to become a public health nurse

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