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Vivian Lin, James Smith and Sally Fawkes
A comprehensive introduction to public health in Australia, now in its second edition. Taking an applied approach, it offers a systematic overview of the key theories, methods, priorities and players in the field.
Brenda Happell, Leanne Cowin, Cath Roper, Richard Lakeman, Leonie Cox
A thorough introduction to mental health nursing practice, with a service user-oriented approach. This second edition is fully updated and includes new chapters on recovery and cultural safety.
Brenda Happell, Louise Byrne, Margaret McAllister and Timothy Wand
The Clinical Helper for Mental Health Nursing is a pocket-sized, ready reference for students and new graduates working with mental health service-users in both hospital and community settings.
Edited by Sue Reed, Dino Pisaniello, Geza Benke and Kerrie Burton
A comprehensive overview of occupational hazards and hazardous environments encountered in a range of industries and organisational settings. In this thoroughly updated second edition, leading experts explain how to recognise, assess and control key hazards including dusts, metals, gases, noise, radiation and microbiological agents.
Demystifies the popular obsession with 'good' versus 'bad' nutrients, showing how this is used by the food industry to promote processed foods with misleading health claims. Gyorgy Scrinis explores the origins of this reductive focus on nutrients, and how it can undermine our understanding of what is healthy and unhealthy food.
Judith Healy and Paul Dugdale
More people die each year in hospital accidents than in car accidents. This is a much needed systematic analysis of current issues, challenges and outcomes surrounding safety in patient health care in Australia.