Second Opinion + Health Illness & Wellbeing + Communication in the Health Sciences
Oxford University Press
Germov , Liamputtong & Higgs
Publication Date :
20 Nov 2012
This value pack contains Second Opinion, Health, Illness and Wellbeing and Communicating in the Health Sciences. Second Opinion 4th edition is the leading health sociology textbook for Australian students. Accompanied by a comprehensive online resource centre with innovative teaching and learning materials, this outstanding teaching text introduces students to the theories, concepts and contexts that are needed to understand the issues confronting health sociology. Health, Illness and Wellbeing: Perspectives and Social Determinants introduces students to the important ideas that underlie the field of public health today. Written for beginning students, it provides an overview of the forces and trends that combine to shape the health of individuals, communities, and populations, within a conceptual framework of determinants of health. The book examines the biological, environmental, social, cultural and economic determinants of health, within the context of their causes and interrelationships. It is structured to enable students to understand and reflect upon health; how it is informed by biological, environmental, and social factors that affect whole populations. 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. This new edition has been completely restructured with a more logical flow, building skills and giving students the best access to information. For more information on each of these titles, including the table of contents please see their individual pages: Second Opinion Health, Illness and Wellbeing Communicating in the Health Sciences
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