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Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s edited collections and monographs present leading research in medicine across key topics, including the history of medicine, medical ethics, and clinical practice and surgery. Combined, this diverse collection of books will be of interest to healthcare professionals and medical students, as well as researchers in the humanities. 

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The Importance of Becoming a Medical Educator

It is often assumed that healthcare professionals are effective medical educators simply because they have completed the required courses leading to their degrees. As such, they are rarely provided with the ongoing support needed to become consistently effective medical teachers.Developing effective medical teachers is a complex ta...

Mental Health in Qatar

This book is the first volume to explore, in breadth and in depth, the field of mental health in Qatar. The development of mental health services and the support of mental health research are currently priority areas in the strategic vision of this country. Bringing together the voices of experts in the field working in service of ...

Old Englishness in King Horn and Athelston

This volume compares characteristics of Old English literature to ‘Matter of England’ romances to determine whether key aspects of the poetry of the former continued in these stories on into the Middle English period. First, the book demonstrates the contemplative tone, respect for nature, and communal mindset present via monastic ...

Pediatric Cardiology

The field of pediatric cardiology was in its early stages of development when the author of this book began his career in the mid-1960s, meaning that he was able to witness the stepwise evolution of the field over the last 50 years. This book presents this unique historical perspective, describing the development of new knowledge w...

Supportive Care in Oncology

This text considers the concepts of cancer pain, palliative care and supportive care, leading the reader on an evolutionary journey parallel to changes in these disciplines. It highlights new research in these fields, reflecting the link between clinical activity, primordial intuitions, and scientific data....

A Self-management Guide for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients from Middle Eastern Countries

This book explains, in a simple and practical way, how and when the diabetic patient should conduct self-management activities. These include healthy eating, physical activity, the consumption of medication, the monitoring of blood glucose level, the cessation of smoking, and foot care, among others. Such activities can help the pa...

Organ Transplantation and Society

The evolution of medicine is one of the outstanding features of the past century. The progress achieved by organ transplants is particularly important in this regard. Transplant medicine has progressed massively, but, due to insufficient social donation responses, waiting patient lists increase and the sad consequences of this real...

Reappraisal of Prevailing Premises in Sarcoidosis

This book advances an evidence-based, unifying conceptual view of sarcoidosis that accounts for many of its baffling and seemingly paradoxical features. It thoroughly explores certain aspects of sarcoidosis—including its fundamental nature, causation, relationship to neoplasia, and appropriate treatment—in which prevailing premises...

A Concise Treatise on Natural Remedies

This volume examines the use of natural remedies in health and disease, blending scientific findings known to operate in the alternative and complementary medicine modalities with those utilized in folklore medicine. It points toward a unified theory that links the development of chronic degenerative diseases with inflammation, and...

Forests for Public Health

Forests have diverse values and functions that produce not only material products, but also non-material services. The health functions provided by forests have been used for a very long time, but they have only been emphasized in many fields of society in recent years.The rapid increase in urbanization and the problems of stress, ...

Advances in Brain Vascular Research

The brain vasculature nurtures and regulates basic functions of the central nervous system (CNS), acting as a barrier against pathogens. This book provides in-depth and focused data on the characteristics, function and role of brain blood vessels in health and disease. It addresses topics such as vascular activity, cell-cell commun...

Concussion Competencies from a British Perspective

This book presents information needed for people working with concussion recovery, as well as anyone currently experiencing a concussion, especially those which are sports-related. There is currently no defined body of knowledge that practitioners in this field need to know, and this book serves to fill that gap. While medical atte...
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