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Find links here to content in the School of Medicine's Social Foundations of Medicine I & II course curriculum.
Interpretation of Biostatistics & Epidemiological Findings
Public Health Strategies, Principles, & Interventions
Let's Talk Vaccines: A Clinician's Guide to Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy and Saving Lives by Dr. Gretchen LaSalle specifically wrote her book, Let’s Talk Vaccines: A Clinician’s Guide to Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy and Saving Lives, for the busy medical practitioner in order to provide timely, easily retrievable, and accurate information about vaccines and immunization. One of the important features of the book is that it specifically addresses common concerns that parents often raise during clinic visits. It directly targets the anti-vaccine movement’s phony assertions about autism, autoimmune illnesses and allergies, toxic ingredients, overwhelming the immune system, conspiracies, and more.
Publication Date: 2019-10-12
Public Health Nutrition: Rural, Urban, and Global Community-Based Practice by Explores the means through which such facts can be interpreted, applied, and evaluated for impact at population and community levels; leads the reader to understand that food supply systems and cultural, social, political, and economic factors are key determinants of sustainable individual and community access to nutritious food.
Publication Date: 2020-05-28
Diagnostic Screening Interpretation
Social Determinants of Health
Public Health Ethics and Social Determinants of Health by Although this brief book is fundamentally a book about public health ethics, the ethical analyses are not possible without an adequate grounding in what the evidence actually suggests regarding the connections between socioeconomic conditions and population health outcomes.
Publication Date: 2017-11-20
Analysis of Scientific Papers
Critical Appraisal from Papers to Patient by This accessible book is suitable for undergraduates and postgraduates of all medical specialties, nursing, paramedics, pharmacists and all allied health professions. It is the ideal reference for anyone needing help writing a clinical topic review, reviewing a paper in a journal club or preparing for a critical appraisal exam. But most importantly, it is essential for those who wish to practice medicine in the best possible way for their patients, using the best evidence, tailored to the individual.
Publication Date: 2017-06-30
Measurement of Health Care Quality & Patient Safety
Evidence-Based Medicine & Public Health
Evidence-Based Public Health by In a logical sequence, the reader is guided in how to use the results of his or her search for evidence in developing program or policy options, including the weighing of benefits versus barriers, and then in developing an action plan. To complete the cycle of science, the book describes how to evaluate whatever action is taken.
Publication Date: 2017-06-15
Painless Evidence-Based Medicine by Provides tables and boxed case studies throughout highlighting key topics, or difficult issues, in an easy to read manner; emphasizes applicability of EBM, encouraging readers to dissect the evidence and how results can be applied to individual patients with different circumstances, varying values and preferences; new to the 2nd edition are chapters on health screening, clinical practice guidelines, and major updates incorporating recommended trial criteria.
Publication Date: 2017-03-06
Interpretation of Clinical Research Data
Empathy: Real Stories to Inspire and Enlighten Busy Clinicians by The stories in this collection depict many common challenges, such as when patients and families harbor unrealistic prognostic expectations and are therefore considered to be “in denial” or when patients display nonmedical opiate use. However, not all chapters focus on challenging scenarios. Instead, some chapters focus primarily on how clinicians connect with patients by weaving empathy into the fabric of every encounter, not just difficult ones.
Publication Date: 2022-04-08
Smith's Patient Centered Interviewing: an Evidence-Based Method, Fourth Edition by Our goal in this text is to present in a logical, step-by-step fashion the behaviors that are necessary to conduct an effective and efficient patient-centered interview. Interviewing is the most important and most difficult skill learners must master in their clinical careers. The book is designed for learners in medicine, advanced-practice nursing, physician assistant, and other health-related disciplines where communication and relational skills are central. Includes links to a companion teaching supplement and teaching videos.
Publication Date: 2018-08-31
Understanding Clinical Negotiation by This book is about identifying, understanding, and responding to patients’ wants, needs, desires and expectations in ways that leads to better outcomes for patients and more satisfying health care relationships for everyone. The primary purpose is to equip front-line generalist medical practitioners—primary care physicians, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, or those training for these roles—to recognize the contours of clinical negotiation and how to reach a satisfactory resolution as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Publication Date: 2021-07-08
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