A Textbook of General Practice by Anne Stephenson PDF

By Anne Stephenson

ISBN-10: 0340810521

ISBN-13: 9780340810521

Aimed toward scientific scholars and primary 12 months citizens, A Textbook of normal perform contains the basic info scholar must recognize and comprehend approximately common perform and being a health care professional. the educational type of the booklet relies on experiential and reflective rules in line with sleek educative idea and perform. It offers counsel on functional abilities, the idea of supplying solid medication and the bigger issues of encouraging existence lengthy studying improvement. the recent variation builds at the winning formulation of the 1st, through completely reviewing and revisiting all content material. Self-assessment sections were additional to all chapters and a word list of phrases is incorporated on the finish of the ebook. Thinking/discussion issues were prolonged and extra scholar prices incorporated.

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This is a very useful and succinct British text of general practice that has two good chapters on the consultation and the doctor–patient relationship. Kai, J. 2003: Ethnicity, health and primary care. Oxford: Oxford University Press. This is a concise and practical introduction to ethnicity and health care. The general principles outlined in this book are readily transferable to other healthcare settings and issues of diversity. Launer, J. 2002: Narrative-based primary care. Abingdon: Radcliffe Medical Press.

3 shows the most common chronic conditions. ) Fifteen per cent of conditions presenting to general practice may be classified as major. 4 shows the most common major conditions. The National Morbidity Studies provide valuable information concerning those conditions presenting to general practice. However, it is important to remember that the data refer only to those patients who consulted either a GP or a practice nurse. They give no indication of disease rates among individuals who do not attend general practice because they are not registered with a practice or they self-care or go direct to hospital.

1984). 2. The term the clinical iceberg refers to the high proportion of symptoms dealt with outside formal health care. 1 The annual occurrence of common problems in the general population. From Fry, J. and Sandler, G. 1993: Common diseases: their nature, prevalence, and care, 5th edition. Newbury: Petroc Press, p. 7. Reproduced with kind permission from Petroc Press. The ways in which people react when they experience symptoms form part of their illness behaviour. This can be defined as ‘the ways in which given symptoms may be differentially perceived, evaluated and acted upon (or not acted upon) by different kinds of persons’ (Mechanic, 1962).

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