Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting in Children and Adolescents

Female Genital Mutilation-1

Jasmine Abdulcadir Noémie Sachs Guedj • Michal Yaron Editors 2022 Illustrated Guide to Diagnose, Assess, Inform and Report Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) remains a major public health issue ten years after the United Nation General Assembly adopted a resolution on its elimination. It also remains a neglected topic in pre- and post-grade curricula of health […]

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Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine

Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine

Matthew B. Werd • E. Leslie Knight Paul R. Langer Editors 2017 The first edition of Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine filled a much-needed void as the original comprehensive, evidence-based resource on athletic footwear and orthoses for the entire sports medicine team. The importance of filling this void has been reflected by the overwhelming success in […]

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Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care

Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care-1

Mary R. Talen • Aimee Burke Valeras Editors 2013 Evaluating the Evidence, Identifying the Essentials Five decades ago, orthodoxy reigned in the canons of medical science: medical breakthroughs, scientific discoveries, and lifesaving procedures were occurring at an ever-increasing pace, and new specialties and subspecialties were brought into existence to accommodate these new discoveries and incorporate them into clinical care.

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Teaching Mindfulness

Teaching Mindfulness-1

Donald McCown ● Diane Reibel Marc S. Micozzi 2010 A Practical Guide for Clinicians and Educators Why We Wrote this Book It would be simple and easy to say that this book is about passing on the gift of mindfulness. But that would be a bit glib, and would miss a subtle and vital point. Mindfulness, the capacity […]

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NUTRITION GUIDE FOR PHYSICIANS

Nutrition Guide for Physicians-1

Edited by Ted Wilson Norman J. Temple Dr. George A. Bray Marie Boyle Struble 2010 It has often been pointed out that there is a near absence of nutrition education during medical school. If this deficiency is corrected during postgraduate medical training, it often owes more to accident than design, or perhaps to the personal interests of individual […]

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