This is the first medical book that takes the health of its readers seriously because the health of one person (a patient) should not be bought at the expense of another (your doctor).
It is a disturbing paradox that when we study medicine our health can be forgotten, with long hours of hard work, often without joy or sustenance, since our health is affected by the weight of an overloaded curriculum (no doubt because we are overstimulated by the too many receptors, organs, and systems, of which we know too much.
What can a book do about this dilemma? While we strive to guide you through the realms of specialties with a concise overview of what you need to know, we also excel in developing your skills beyond pure facts, as they can be quickly forgotten. We want to give the mind anecdotes that remind you of the value of your hard work to inspire you and motivate you to learn more.
They are the peculiarities of medicine that we remember best; The bits that make you smile and that you realize that the work we do can be truly inspiring. The symbol of the spiral  throughout the book, and at the beginning of each chapter, is your reminder to connect and enjoy your patients.
Discover what is important to them and, in doing so, make a real difference in their health and well-being. Few people receive such a privileged view of another person’s life. Few other professions can reflect on their day, and from the mundane, the routine, even the stressful, can produce episodes so attractive or stimulating their encounters at work.
We also hope that our writings will inspire you so that you can continue working. Do not think that the work of a student or a junior doctor goes unnoticed: you are in the ideal position to make astute and objective observations without leaving aside the previous luggage. Two medical students were instrumental in the voyage of discovery of insulin: in 1869, German student Paul Langerhans found groups of cells in the pancreas whose function was unknown, but later proved to be insulin-producing cells.
The work of Canadian student Charles Best with Frederick Banting led to the discovery of insulin in 1921, a miraculous treatment for a previously feared and deadly disease.
Now in its 25th year, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties has been revised and updated by a trusted author team to bring you practical, up-to-date clinical advice and a unique outlook on the practice of medicine. Twelve books in one, this is the ultimate guide to the core clinical specialties for students, junior doctors, and specialists.
This edition features a new and improved referencing system guided by a team of junior doctors, ensuring that the text is packed with valuable references to the most salient data and guidelines across the specialties. Each chapter has been updated on the advice of a team of specialists, to bring you everything you need for any eventuality on the ward or in the field. This essential handbook guides the reader through the management of an unprecedented spectrum of conditions and eventualties, from sexual health to major incident management. Compact and filled with high quality artwork, directions to further reading, and wise advice, this book is an ideal resource for revision and reference on the go.
With its companion volume, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties offers a unique perspective on the practice of medicine. Filled with wit, wisdom, and humanity, this book draws on literature, history, and personal experience to teach a philosophy of medicine that always puts the patient at the centre of compassionate care. It is a trustworthy companion for anyone with the spirit of self-improvement and a passion for their practice.
About the Author
Judith Collier is a general practitioner living in Sussex, UK.
Murray Longmore, also the author of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine, is a general practitioner living in Sussex, UK.
Keith Amarakone is a Emergency Department Registrar at Cairns Base Hospital, Queensland, Australia.
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