Health

A Heavy Reckoning

Emily Mayhew

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

No-holds-barred, powerful medical non-fiction from the bleeding edge of medicine and war: out now in paperback.

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Shapeshifters

Gavin Francis

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $32.99

The mysteries of human transformation, brought lyrically to life by the bestselling author of Adventures in Human Being.

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Professional Transitions in Nursing

Alister Hodge and Wayne Varndell

AUD $59.99

The essential knowledge and skills required of nurse graduates entering the Australian workforce.

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In the Bonesetter's Waiting Room

Aarathi Prasad

Format: Paperback

AUD $24.99

The first comprehensive history of medicine in India - now available in paperback.

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Eyes Too Dry

Alice Chipkin, Jessica Tavassoli

Format: Paperback

AUD $24.99

A unique and powerful graphic memoir of friendship, mental illness, and art

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Understanding the Science of Food

Sharon Croxford and Emma Stirling

AUD $110.00

A foundational textbook for undergraduates outlining the theory and application of chemistry to all aspects of food and food processing systems.

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Snowball in a Blizzard

Steven Hatch

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

A unique insight into how and why medicine can go wrong: combines Daniel Kahneman with Atul Gawande to explain the science behind our health

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Occupational Therapy in Australia

Edited by Ted Brown, Helen Bourke-Taylor, Stephen Isbel and Reinie Cordier

AUD $69.99

A foundational textbook for occupational therapy undergraduates providing a guide to practice issues in the Australian context.

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Law and Ethics in Complementary Medicine

Michael Weir

Format: Paperback

AUD $49.99

A comprehensive handbook on law and ethics for both the student and professional complementary medicine practitioner, now in its fifth edition.

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Snowball in a Blizzard

Steven Hatch

AUD $29.99

Combines Daniel Kahneman with Atul Gawande - providing a captivating discussion of why our overconfidence in medicine can be more deadly than any disease.

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