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Category Archives: Health
Informatics for Health Professionals by Kathleen Mastrian and Dee McGonigle recently received a 4-star review. David M. Liebovitz, MD, from the University of Chicago Medicine, writes for Doody’s Review Service that it is, “…an effective introduction to informatics for a … Continue reading
Athlete safety and the prevention of sudden death on the field are growing concerns in sports and physical activity. That’s what makes the groundbreaking Preventing Sudden Death in Sport and Physical Activity, Second Edition by Douglas J. Casa and Rebecca … Continue reading
10 Reasons to Adopt Stanfield’s Introduction to Health Professions, Seventh Edition by Nanna Cross and Dana C. McWay provides a comprehensive introduction to over 75 health careers. Introduce your students to the world of health care and get them excited about … Continue reading
10 Reasons to Adopt Leadership for Health Professionals: Theory, Skills and Applications, Third Edition by Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Ledlow and Dr. James Stephens is the first textbook of its kind to apply classical knowledge of leadership theory and time-honored best practices … Continue reading
New in Health Professions Our 2017 Health Professions academic catalog is now available! Browse new editions and request your review copies today. View the Catalog
By Richard Riegelman, MD, MPH, PhD, Professor and Founding Dean, Milken Institute School of Public Health, The George Washington University The growth of undergraduate public health education shows no signs of slowing down. The latest Department of Education data shows … Continue reading
Jones & Bartlett Learning Author and Health Policy and Law Expert Joel Teitelbaum Weighs in on the Latest Affordable Care Act Litigation
More than six years after becoming law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) remains heavily litigated. Since 2010, dozens of lawsuits have been lodged against it, with four of them reaching the United States Supreme Court – a remarkable number given … Continue reading