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Published May, 2089
By David Townes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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The fields of Global Health and Global Emergency Response have attracted increased interest and study. There has been tremendous growth in the educational opportunities around humanitarian emergencies; however, educational resources have not yet followed the same growth. This book corrects this trend, offering a comprehensive single resource dedicated to health in humanitarian emergencies.

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Published April, 2022
By Hilary Marland and Catherine Cox
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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A major study into mental disorder in English and Irish prisons between 1840 and 1900, Disorder Contained investigates the relationship between prison regimes and mental distress, the complex role of prison medical officers in identifying and mediating mental illness and prisoners' experiences of mental breakdown.

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Published March, 2022
By Barry L. Jacobs and Jon C. Horvitz
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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An undergraduate textbook for a first course in brain and behavior. Omitting unnecessary detail, each chapter focuses on key concepts. The book features cutting-edge neuroscience approaches, compelling illustrations, and thought-provoking review questions.

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Published March, 2022
By Barry L. Jacobs and Jon C. Horvitz
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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An undergraduate textbook for a first course in brain and behavior. Omitting unnecessary detail, each chapter focuses on key concepts. The book features cutting-edge neuroscience approaches, compelling illustrations, and thought-provoking review questions.

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£135.00
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Published March, 2022
By Samuel Coghe
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Population Politics in the Tropics explores fears of population decline and policies in Portuguese Angola from 1890-1945. Utilising a wide range of multilingual archival research and comparative and transimperial perspectives, Samuel Coghe argues that colonial policy was driven by a persistent, but imprecise, idea of demographic crisis.

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Published March, 2022
By David Ames, Damien Gallagher, Samantha Loi and Tom Russ
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Published February, 2022
By Jeffrey Cummings, Jefferson Kinney and Howard Fillit
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Provides a definitive overview of the complex ecosystem facilitating Alzheimer's Disease drug research and development. Demonstrates a drug's journey from in the lab, clinical trial testing, regulatory review, and marketing by pharmaceutical companies. Details the use of artificial intelligence, clinical trial management, and financing models.

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Published January, 2022
By Dana Hunnes and Dana Ellis Hunnes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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In this straightforward, easy-to-understand and entertaining book, dietitian Dr. Dana Ellis Hunnes outlines the actions we can take to improve our own health and the health of the Earth. Choices we make every day can affect climate change, the oceans, the land, and the other species that share our world.

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Published January, 2022
By Katie Witkiewitz and Jalie A. Tucker
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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This volume presents multidisciplinary research on alcohol recovery ranging from individual to community to policy influences. It pushes beyond the dominant focus on abstinence achieved via treatment and considers how recovery involves improved health and wellbeing, and the ways by which individuals, environments, and policies can support it.

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Published January, 2022
By Katie Witkiewitz and Jalie A. Tucker
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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This volume presents multidisciplinary research on alcohol recovery ranging from individual to community to policy influences. It pushes beyond the dominant focus on abstinence achieved via treatment and considers how recovery involves improved health and wellbeing, and the ways by which individuals, environments, and policies can support it.

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£29.99
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