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Published June, 2016
By Sarah Ziegel
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd
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When Sarah Ziegel's twin boys were diagnosed with autism, aged almost three, she realized there was very little practical information about what to do. This book is the result of Sarah's experiences dealing with autism in the family. It also tackles practical matters, such as education and the EHCP process, and how to get help and support.

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Published February, 2015
By Carl Walker
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd
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Carl Walker represents the average stories of average people whose lives are routinely and often unnoticeably held together by the people who work in the NHS. A sharply observed collection of sometimes outrageous, often excruciating but always entertaining accounts of different interactions with one of Britain's greatest treasures.

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Published December, 2010
By W.J. Bishop
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd
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Tells the story of the early history of surgery - when surgeons were equipped with just knives, fire and boiling oil. Including graphic accounts of wartime surgery, wound treatments, blood transfusions and body snatching, this book informs and intrigues medical students and professionals and general readers alike.

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Published April, 2009
By Peter Ardern
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd
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Self-sacrifice and devotion to duty were the bywords of the traditional nursing sister. Since the days of Florence Nightingale these women have been instrumental in setting the standards of care for which our hospitals have been renowned. This title examines this important role in nursing, from the religious sisterhoods of the nineteenth century.

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