Problem Solving in Oncology
Price: £ 35
- Offers an overview of care in Oncology via teaching chapters and real life case studies as a practical, hands on guide.
- Created in conjunction with the Association of Cancer Physicians (ACP).
- Support and training for medical graduates and wider learning and CPD
About the Book
This original book in the Problem Solving Series, this volume brings together the thinking in both investigation and management of the cancer patient. It presents a comprehensive caseload as seen by the oncologist with common yet challenging real-life patient scenarios. Each case begins with a few practical questions to stimulate the reader. This is followed by clinical presentation and the reader is led through the logical work-up of a case to reach a diagnosis. An algorithm accompanies most cases to provide a rapid pictorial overview of the clinical steps involved. Essential references are provided. Each of the major areas of cancer is covered, along with pain, management of chemotherapy, and psychological issues. This book is an essential companion for the oncologist, for the specialist in other areas seeking to improve his understanding of cancer, and for the interested GP.
Who is it for?
Specialists in Oncology | General Physicians | Doctors in Training | Oncology Nurses | Healthcare Managers and Administrators
D O' Donnell, St. James's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland | M Leahy, Department of Medical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Manchester, UK | M Marples, Cancer Research UK Clinical Centre, St. James's University Hospital, Leeds, UK | A Protheroe, University of Oxford, Department of Medical Oncology, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK | P Selby, Cancer Research UK Clinical Centre, St. James's University Hospital, Leeds, UK
ISBN: 978 1 904392 84 2
264pp; 240 x 170mm; Illustrations; Paperback;
Publication Date: November 2007