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The Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology and Behavioral  Endocrinology

by Lisa L. M. Welling & Todd K. Shackelford

The Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology and Behavioral Endocrinology offers a comprehensive and compelling review of research in behavioral endocrinology from an evolutionary perspective on human psychology....


The Peculiar Institution and the Making of Modern Psychiatry, 1840–1880

by Wendy Gonaver

Though the origins of asylums can be traced to Europe, the systematic segregation of the mentally ill into specialized institutions occurred in the Unites States only after 1800, just as the struggle to end...


Research as Development

by Salla Sariola & Bob Simpson

In Research as Development, Salla Sariola and Bob Simpson show how international collaboration operates in a setting that is typically portrayed as "resource-poor" and "scientifically lagging." Based on their...


Victorian Skin

by Pamela K. Gilbert

In Victorian Skin, Pamela K. Gilbert uses literary, philosophical, medical, and scientific discourses about skin to trace the development of a broader discussion of what it meant to be human in the nineteenth...


How to Be a Patient

by Sana Goldberg

From registered nurse and public health advocate Sana Goldberg, RN, a timely, accessible, and comprehensive handbook to navigating common medical situations. From the routine to the unexpected, How to Be a...


Applied Health Economics for Public Health Practice and Research

by Rhiannon Tudor Edwards & Emma McIntosh

In today's world of scare resources, determining the optimal allocation of funds to preventive health care interventions (PHIs) is a challenge. The upfront investments needed must be viewed as long term projects,...


The Key to Success

by Russell Conwell

People are thinking, but they can think much more. The housewife is thinking about the chemical changes caused by heat in meats, vegetables, and liquids. The sailor thinks about the gold in sea-water, the soldier...


The Ralph Waldo Emerson Collection

by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Waldo Emerson was an American essayist, lecturer, philosopher, and poet who led the transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century. He was seen as a champion of individualism and a prescient...


A Doctor's Quest

by Gretchen Roedde

A doctor grapples with the challenges of mother and child health in the developing world.

Recounting medical missions in half of the thirty countries in which she has worked for the past twenty-five years in...


This May Hurt a Bit

by Stephen Skyvington

Some painful news: Canada no longer has the best health-care system in the world.

“How might we fix Canada’s health-care system?”; “why would we want to?”; and “what’s stopping us from doing so?”...


Cancer Caregivers

by Allison J. Applebaum

Informal caregivers - family members, friends, and other loved ones - are an essential, uncompensated and significantly burdened extension of the healthcare team. Rapid advances in cancer care, including new...


Medical Imaging for Health Professionals

by Raymond M. Reilly

Describes the most common imaging technologies and their diagnostic applications so that pharmacists and other health professionals, as well as imaging researchers, can understand and interpret medical imaging...


The Guinea Pig Club

by E.R. Mayhew & Henry of Wales

A truly inspiring tale about the history of the Guinea Pig Club.

They called them the Guinea Pig Club: the British, Polish, and Czech airmen who were seriously burned in aeroplane fires, who braved experimental...


Philosophy of Medicine

by Alex Broadbent

Philosophy of Medicine asks two central questions about medicine: what is it, and what should we think of it? Philosophy of medicine itself has evolved in response to developments in the philosophy of science,...


Deaf Education Beyond the Western World

by Harry Knoors, Maria Brons & Marc Marschark

If teachers want to educate deaf learners effectively, they have to apply evidence-informed methods and didactics with the needs of individual deaf students in mind. Education in general -- and education for...


Genetic Consultations in the Newborn

by Robin D. Clark & Cynthia J. Curry

"The definitive work in genetic evaluation of newborns. I cannot recommend it strongly enough." -Judith G. Hall As demand continues to exceed availability when it comes to clinical geneticists, Genetic Consultations...


Emergency Medicine

by Lori A. Weichenthal & Danielle Campagne

Emergency Medicine Board Review is a comprehensive guide for preparing for the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) certification or ConCert recertification exam, and for residents preparing for in-training...


Schizophrenia

by Stephen J. Glatt, Stephen V. Faraone & Ming T. Tsuang

Schizophrenia is one of the most traumatic psychiatric disorders, both for the affected person and their family. It also carries an unfortunate stigma and suffers from frequent misinterpretation by the popular...


Headcase

by Stephanie Schroeder & Teresa Theophano

Headcase is a groundbreaking collection of personal reflections and artistic representations illustrating the intersection of mental wellness, illness, and LGBTQ identity, as well as the lasting impact of historical...


The Health of Refugees

by Daniel Reidpath & Pascale Allotey

At the moment, over 65 million people are forcibly displaced from their homes. The reasons for movement range from extreme weather conditions and environmental disasters, to war, civil and political crises,...