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Category list : October 2018

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  • depression

    Take control of your depression: Strategies to help you feel better nowSubscription

    Book review31 October, 2018

    ’This book would be of interest to those who experience depression as well as those wanting to identify strategies, which work towards a positive approach to life and well-being.’

  • hiv2


    Book review30 October, 2018

    ’I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest in HIV epidemiology, especially if they are keen to contribute to the broad-based scientific progress and the well-being of the population they are attempting to benefit.’

  • being mental

    A Beginner’s Guide to Being Mental: An A-ZSubscription

    Book review24 October, 2018

    ’This book is for anyone wanting to understand mental health from a straightforward and straight-talking perspective.’

  • clinical pocket guide

    Clinical Pocket Guide to Advanced Practice Palliative NursingSubscription

    Book review17 October, 2018

    ’I would not recommend this book to the UK reader as many of its references towards medication and diagnostic tools/scales do not reflect what is currently used in England.’

  • connecting with cancer

    Connecting with CancerSubscription

    Book review17 October, 2018

    ’Many people are affected by cancer and it should be considered an informative read for patients who have experienced a cancer diagnosis.’

  • caring for a loved one

    Dementia: A practical handbook for people caring for a loved oneSubscription

    Book review15 October, 2018

    ’This book is aimed at carers who are caring for people living with dementia’

  • realist research

    Doing Realist ResearchSubscription

    Book review15 October, 2018

    ’This is a must-have text-book for researchers undertaking a Realist Synthesis or a Realist Evaluation study, particularly masters and doctoral students.’