Oxford Handbook of General Practice 5th Edition

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Oxford Handbook of General Practice 5th Edition

Download Oxford Handbook of General Practice 5th Edition PDF book free online – The well-loved Oxford Handbook of General Practice is a lifeline for busy GPs, medical students, and healthcare professionals.

With hands-on advice from experienced practitioners, this essential handbook covers the entire breadth and depth of general practice in small sections that can be located, read, and digested in seconds. Now in its fifth edition, the Handbook has been fully revised to reflect the major new developments shaping general practice today.

Fully updated with the latest guidelines and protocols, this edition offers even more full colour diagrams and tables, and colour-coded chapters on general practice (green), clinical topics (purple), and emergencies (red). Covering the whole of general practice from practice management to hands-on advice dealing with acute medical emergencies, this comprehensive, rapid-reference text will ensure that everything you need to know is only a fingertip away.

Review of Oxford Handbook of General Practice

“GPs I am sure will be impressed with the excellence of this book, as put simply; it is superb. The book coverages a huge chunk of general practice and does it covering the facts and the important elements with no added extras. It is full of wisdom, great advice and without doubt offer high standards of practice[.]” — Dr Harry Brown, Glycosmedia
“The book has been successful in condensing the entire breadth and depth of general practice in less than 30 chapters. A real success. […] As someone who has completed both their phase 3a and phase 3b GP rotations, I would highly recommend this book. It not only saves you time scanning through websites it also provides up to date NICE guidelines all in one small book.” — North Wing Magazine

About the Author

Chantal SimonGeneral Practitioner, Programme Lead Physician’s Associate Studies, Bournemouth University Bournemouth, DorsetHazel EverittProfessor of Primary Care Research, School of Primary Care, Population Health and Medical Education, University of SouthamptonFrancoise van DorpGeneralPractitioner, WiltshireNazia HussainGeneral Practitioner, Gwent, South WalesEmma NashGP Partner, Westlands Medical Centre, Portchester and GP Lead for Mental Health, Fareham & Gosport and South Eastern Hampshire Clinical Commissioning GroupsDanielle PeetGeneral Practitioner, Manchester

Dr Chantal Simon is a General Practitioner, Programme Lead for Physician’s Associate Studies at Bournemouth University, and Medical Director for Professional Development, RCGP, UK

Dr Hazel Everitt is Professor of Primary Care Research, School of Primary Care, Population Health and Medical Education, University of Southampton, UK.

Dr Francoise van Dorp is a General Practitioner in Wiltshire, UK

Dr Nazia Hussain is a General Practitioner in Gwent, South Wales, UK

Dr Emma Nash is a GP Partner at the Westlands Medical Centre, Portchester, and GP Lead for Mental Health, Fareham & Gosport and South Eastern Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Groups, UK

Dr Danielle Peet is a General Practitioner in Manchester, UK

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