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Published February, 2022
By Michael Robinson
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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This study provides the first exclusive analysis of disabled First World War veterans who returned to Ireland. With a case study of mental illness, it foregrounds how the treatment and experiences of disabled communities in past societies is shaped by the existing socio-economic, cultural and political context. -- .

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Published January, 2022
By Richard Bates
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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This book examines the life and career of popular French psychoanalyst Francoise Dolto (1908-88). It connects her rise to two broader histories: the dramatic growth of psychoanalysis in postwar France and the long-running debate over the family and the proper role of women in society. -- .

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Published January, 2022
By Emily Cock
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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This book explores early modern British responses to nose reconstruction, and the concerns and possibilities raised by rumoured nose transplants. -- .

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Published November, 2021
By Carol Helmstadter
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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This book studies Crimean War nursing from a transnational perspective setting nursing in the five combatant armies into the wider context of European statecraft. -- .

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Published September, 2021
By Jessica Meyer and Anne Hanley
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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This edited collection repositions the patient experience at the centre of healthcare histories and considers the contributions that such histories can make to debates over health policy and service delivery. -- .

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Published September, 2021
By Naomi Chambers and Jeremy Taylor
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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This book draws on multiple real life experiences to make a compelling case for how the NHS can organise care better around the needs of patients. -- .

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Published September, 2021
By Naomi Chambers and Jeremy Taylor
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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This book draws on multiple real life experiences to make a compelling case for how the NHS can organise care better around the needs of patients. -- .

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Published June, 2021
By Vittorio Bufacchi
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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Taking its cue from Michel de Montaigne, this book asks what COVID-19 can teach us about the 'art of living'. It examines eight themes from a philosophical perspective, including attitudes to old age, populism and life under lockdown, arguing that the crisis presents opportunities to create a more just society and change our lives for the better. -- .

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Published June, 2021
By Jill Kirby
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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By examining the popular and vernacular discourse of stress, the book traces the ways in which stress became a ubiquitous condition of everyday life by the end of the twentieth century in Britain. -- .

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Published May, 2021
By Gill Haddow
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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Implanting the human body with human/animal organs or implantable devices not only changes what you are but also changes who you are. -- .

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