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by Guy Bradley-Smith,Sally Hope,Helen V. Firth,Jane A. Hurst

  • Author: Guy Bradley-Smith,Sally Hope,Helen V. Firth,Jane A. Hurst
  • ISBN: 0199545367
  • ISBN13: 978-0199545360
  • ePub: 1695 kb | FB2: 1590 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (December 20, 2009)
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Oxford Handbook of Genetics (Oxford Medical Handbooks) ePub download

Guy Bradley-Smith has been a GP in a large, 29000 patient, practice in Exeter since 1985. Re-introduced to genetics at a conference in 2004, and supported by meetings with the GPSIs in genetics at the NGEDC, he became increasingly involved in the primary care genetic agenda.

Guy Bradley-Smith has been a GP in a large, 29000 patient, practice in Exeter since 1985. For Exeter PCT, he was the lead for Learning Disability from 2001 to 2008, and is currently part of the Learning Disability Clinical Leaders Network. He is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the Peninsular College of Medicine and Dentistry.

The Oxford Handbook of Genetics provides an essential overview of this complex . Sally Hope has been a GP Principal since 1986 at the Woodstock Surgery, North Oxfordshire.

It can be used as an aide memoire to gain advice on dealing with individual patients during the working day, or as a reference text to be read over time. Guy Bradley-Smith has been a GP in a large, 29000 patient, practice in Exeter since 1985. She was a founding member of the Primary Care Group in Gynaecology in 1990. She was on the national council of the British Menopause Society 1997-2000.

The Oxford Handbook of Genetics provides an essential overview of this . Jane Hurst has been a Consultant in Clinical Genetics in Oxford since 1992. Guy Bradley-Smith is a GP in a large practice in Exeter, looking after 29,000 patients, where he's worked since 1985.

Oxford Handbook of Genetics. Guy Bradley-Smith, Sally Hope, Helen V. Firth, and Jane A. Hurst.

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by Guy Bradley-Smith, Sally Hope, Helen V. Firth, Jane A. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780199545360 (978-0-19-954536-0) Softcover, Oxford University Press, 2009.

The Oxford Handbook of Genetics provides an essential overview of this complex subject, distilled into an accessible format for primary care practitioners and junior doctors. It can be used as an aide memoire to gain advice with individual patients during the working day, or as a reference text to be read over time. Combining the expertise of leading geneticists with the knowledge of experienced general practitioners, the handbook covers the genetics core curriculum as defined by the Royal College of General Practitioners. It includes sections on elementary genetics, single gene disorders, and chromosomal problems, as well as information about the multifactorial diseases, such as ischaemic heart disease, with which practitioners are more familiar. There are also comprehensive sections on antenatal issues and cancers. A comprehensive glossary with explanations of genetic terminology and an extensive list of resources make this book suitable for all healthcare professionals regardless of their level of knowledge or experience. Designed to cross the primary-secondary care interface, this unique handbook covers the gap between general health training and genetic specialist training, including specific advice about when and how to make a referral to a genetics service. Given the rapid growth in the genetic knowledge base, this book is designed to be both accessible and informative as a substantive educational resource for practitioners.