Psychosocial Approaches to Podiatry: A companion for practice
By: Anne Mandy PhDMScBSc(Author) Janet McInnes(Author) Kevin Lucas PhD(Author)
Written byrespected lecturers with a wealth of experience within the field, this unique book provides a problem-based approach to understanding psychological and social difficulties that people often experience and present to podiatrists. The organisation of the book around real case studies emphasizes the practical side of the subject and ensures that the cultural, gender and social issues that confront the podiatrist are all considered.
With their awareness of the undergraduate syllabus together with the concrete issues facing practising podiatrists, the authors have provided a clear and highly readable text that will be an indispensable guide to students and practitioners alike in preparing intellectually and emotionally for the range of situations they will encounter in their practice.
This book has been written by lecturers with a wealth of experience. It uses a problem based approach to understanding psychological and social problems faced by patients.The organisation of the book around real case studies emphasises the practical side of the subject. The book will be an indispensible guide in preparing podiatrists for the intellectually and emotionally challenging aspects of clinical practice.
||Psychosocial Approaches to Podiatry: A companion for practice
||Anne Mandy PhDMScBSc(Author) Janet McInnes(Author) Kevin Lucas PhD(Author)
||Churchill Livingstone (20 Dec. 2002)
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