Mens Health

Paperback | February 26, 2017

byRichard Davies, Will Bolland, Chantal Simon

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Men's Health is just one of the titles from the Oxford General Practice Library. This unique series of pocketbooks provides GPs with comprehensive coverage of specific topics in general practice which are linked directly to the requirements of the new GP Contract, and explains how GPs canmaximize their salaries. For each new book in this groundbreaking series, the authors have expanded on a major section from the bestselling Oxford Handbook of General Practice , adding a host of useful features.

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Men's Health is just one of the titles from the Oxford General Practice Library. This unique series of pocketbooks provides GPs with comprehensive coverage of specific topics in general practice which are linked directly to the requirements of the new GP Contract, and explains how GPs canmaximize their salaries. For each new book i...

Peter Lee is at General Practitioner, Leeds, UK. Chantal Simon is at MRC Research Fellow, University of Southampton and General Practitioner, The Orchard Surgery, Christchurch, Dorset, UK.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:376 pagesPublished:February 26, 2017Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198571399

ISBN - 13:9780198571391

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Table of Contents

1. Assessing problems2. Symptoms and signs3. Diagnosis and management4. Legal aspects of care in the community5. The GMS contract6. Useful contacts for GPs and patients