The reference GPs rely on when practical experience counts.
Description John Murtagh's General Practice is widely recognized cervical cancer leg pain the most influential publication for general practice and primary health care.
Now in its fifth edition, this gold standard reference comprehensively covers the entire cervical cancer leg pain of general practice.
General Practice, Patient Education and Practice Tips have sold more than 50, copies excluding nine language translations and several English reprints in India. Professor Claire Jackson, professor cervical cancer leg pain General Practice, University of Queensland medical school and RACGP president-elect, on her choice of John Murtagh as the most influential person in general practice printed in Australian Cervical cancer leg pain, 50 Most Influential people supplement, July : 'His life's passion is building the general practice model and on general practice teaching based on a whole lot of pragmatic experience and good practical frameworks' General Practice was described as 'the authoritative source for both established GPs and those starting out; the book has a place in just about every GP surgery in the country.
This new edition benefits from the contributions of Dr Jill Rosenblatt as a second medical author cervical cancer leg pain editor.
Dr Rosenblatt is a General Practitioner and Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the School of Primary Health Care at Monash University whose wealth of rural and urban experience adds a new level of authority to this respected work.
Table of contents Part 1 The basis of general practice 1 The nature and content of general practice 2 The family.