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Published May, 2013
By David Shum, John O'Gorman, Brett Myors and Peter Creed
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Australia and New Zealand)
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Communicating in the Health Sciences, third edition is an accessible and engaging introduction to communication within the health sciences. It explores the nature of communication and the communication issues facing students and professionals in the health sciences.

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Published June, 2009
By John Germov
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Australia and New Zealand)
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Second Opinion is the leading health sociology textbook for undergraduate students. Accompanied by a comprehensive online resource centre, this strong teaching text introduces students to the theories, concepts, and contexts that are needed to understand the issues confronting health sociology.

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Communicating in the Health Sciences introduces students to the nature and importance of communication in the health sciences, with comprehensive coverage of all the written, electronic, visual and interpersonal communication skills essential for professions in the health sciences.

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Published April, 2008
By Bibekanand Mallick and Zhumar Ghosh
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Australia and New Zealand)
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Bioinformatics: Principles and Applications is a comprehensive text designed to cater to the needs of undergraduate and postgraduate students of biotechnology and bioinformatics. This book will also cater to the requirements of students pursuing short-term diploma as also DOEACC courses in bioinformatics.

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Published December, 2007
By Ken Jones and Debra Creedy
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Australia and New Zealand)
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Health and Human Behaviour introduces students in the health professions and biomedical sciences to the different models of thinking around health. Through an examination of psychological, personal and social influences on health, Jones demonstrates that wellness and illness are more than biological states, but are also social and personal events.

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Published April, 2007
By Catherine Anne Berglund
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Australia and New Zealand)
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Considers ethics in the context of routine health care. Focusing on the interaction between the health provider and client, it draws on practical experience and contemporary issues in its exploration of the ethical choices that must be made in health care. C Berglund, University New Sth Wales.

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Published January, 2007
By Graham Meadows, Margaret Grigg and Bruce Singh
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Australia and New Zealand)
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Offers an overview of the issues, practice and policy affecting mental health in Australia. This title covers chapters on community responses, conceptual modes, global perspectives, research, and evaluation of mental health care delivery. It focuses on clinical practice and case management, and includes discussion of future directions.

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Published March, 2006
By Ian Freckelton and David L. Ranson
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Australia and New Zealand)
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Bridges the divide between traditional legal texts dealing with the office and jurisdiction of the coroner, and those forensic medical and scientific texts dealing with the technical aspects of death investigation. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the legal, technical, scientific and medical features.

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