Containing concise but detailed summaries on a comprehensive range of clinical scenarios and conditions likely to be encountered by trainees, paediatricians, therapists, nurses, and allied professionals in their day-to-day practice, Community Paediatrics is the ideal companion for anyone working with children in the community.
The handbook is organized according to the different sub-specialities of community paediatrics, such as child development, neurodevelopmental disorders, and child protection, and incorporates the latest recommendations from current practice, consensus statements, and good practice guidelines.
Written by a vast range of contributors from various disciplines who are local, regional, national or international experts in their field, it also contains sections on support organizations, sources of further information/reading, and useful appendices, such as developmental milestones, growth, and BMI centile charts.
If you are a health professional working or aspiring to work in the community, then this practical, easy-to-carry, quick-reference handbook is a 'must-have' title, enabling the reader to deliver the highest quality holistic child-centred care.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 688
Weight: 316 g
Dimensions: 105 x 182 x 23 mm
Fantastic little book - well laid out and concise with all the information that you would ever need to look after kids in the community... This will save many a paediatric doctor the need to carry bits of paper, and laminated sheets with scattered information. * Amazon Customer Review, Nov 2012 *
Easy to find information, easy to read, and easy to share with patients; a no-brainer addition to my reference shelf. * PULSE. Jan 2013 *