Best Occupational Medicine Books
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1. Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health)
Author: by Howard Frumkin
The bestselling environmental health text, with all new coverage of key topics Environmental Health: From Global to Local is a comprehensive introduction to the subject, and a contemporary, authoritative text for students of public health, environmental health, preventive medicine, community health, and environmental studies.
Edited by the former director of the CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health and current dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Washington, this book provides a multi-faceted view of the topic, and how it affects different regions, populations, and professions.
In addition to traditional environmental health topicsair, water, chemical toxins, radiation, pest controlit offers remarkably broad, cross-cutting coverage, including such topics as building design, urban and regional planning, energy, transportation, disaster preparedness and response, climate change, and environmental psychology. This new third edition maintains its strong grounding in evidence, and has been revised for greater readability, with new coverage of ecology, sustainability, and vulnerable populations, with integrated coverage of policy issues, and with a more global focus.
2. Good Calories, Bad Calories: Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and Health
Author: by Gary Taubes
For decades we have been taught that fat is bad for us, carbohydrates better, and that the key to a healthy weight is eating less and exercising more. Yet despite this advice, we have seen unprecedented epidemics of obesity and diabetes.
Taubes argues that the problem lies in refined carbohydrates, like white flour, easily digested starches, and sugars, and that the key to good health is the kind of calories we take in, not the number. Called a very important book, by Andrew Weil and destined to change the way we think about food, by Michael Pollan, this groundbreaking book by award-winning science writer Gary Taubes shows us that almost everything we believe about the nature of a healthy diet is wrong.
3. Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction (Lippincott Connect)
Author: by Diane Dirette
Lippincott Connect Featured Title Purchase the new print edition of this Lippincott Connect title includes lifetime access to the digital version of the book, plus related materials such as videos and multiple-choice Q&A and self-assessments. Designed to help students become effective, reflective practitioners, this fully updated edition of the most widely used occupational therapy text for the course continues to emphasize the whys as well as the how-tos of holistic assessment and treatment.
Now in striking full color and co-edited by renowned educators and authors Diane Powers Dirette and Sharon Gutman, Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction, Eighth Edition features expert coverage of the latest assessment techniques and most recent trends in clinical practice.
In addition, the book now explicitly integrates Frames of Reference to help students connect theories to practice and features a new six-part organization, thirteen all-new chapters, new pedagogy, and more.NEW! An expert new co-editor team brings a breadth of experience to this edition.NEW!
4. AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Disease and Injury Causation
Author: by M.D. Melhorn, J. Mark
Amer Medical Assn
“The second edition of AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Disease and Injury Causation is dedicated to updating the science, expanding the focus, and including additional perspectives to improve the understanding of causation, which will eventually improve the treatment outcomes for the injured worker as they stay-at-home or return-to-work”-Provided by publisher.
5. The Field Guide to Understanding 'Human Error'
Author: by Sidney Dekker
When faced with a ‘human error’ problem, you may be tempted to ask ‘Why didn’t these people watch out better?’ Or, ‘How can I get my people more engaged in safety?’ You might think you can solve your safety problems by telling your people to be more careful, by reprimanding the miscreants, by issuing a new rule or procedure and demanding compliance.
These are all expressions of ‘The Bad Apple Theory’ where you believe your system is basically safe if it were not for those few unreliable people in it. Building on its successful predecessors, the third edition of The Field Guide to Understanding ‘Human Error’ will help you understand a new way of dealing with a perceived ‘human error’ problem in your organization.
It will help you trace how your organization juggles inherent trade-offs between safety and other pressures and expectations, suggesting that you are not the custodian of an already safe system. It will encourage you to start looking more closely at the performance that others may still call ‘human error’, allowing you to discover how your people create safety through practice, at all levels of your organization, mostly successfully, under the pressure of resource constraints and multiple conflicting goals.
6. The Healing Power of Witchcraft: A New Witch's Guide to Spells and Rituals
Author: by Meg Rosenbriar
Featuring more than 100 spells, rituals, and potion recipes, this practical grimoire helps witches of all skill levels amplify healing for an invigorating life and an enriched world. We all have the power within us to heal through witchcraft. This timely spellbook will help you harness your power to heal with easy-to-follow spells, rituals, and potion recipes designed for all witches, no matter your experience.
The Healing Power of Witchcraft features: Introductory chapters that help you tap into your magickal powers of healing and prepare for your healing work More than 100 spells, rituals, and potion recipes with clear instructions, suggested timing, and materialsboth commonplace and magickally chargedneeded to complete them Three sections of healing focusing on yourself, your community, and the planet Positive, joyful ways to perform physical, emotional, and spiritual healing Perfect for the modern witch who needs to fit spells and rituals into a busy day, The Healing Power of Witchcraft helps you use your spiritual energy to heal whatever ails you and your world.
7. Dr. Vodder's Manual Lymph Drainage: A Practical Guide
Author: by Hildegard Wittlinger
Fully updated guide to the theory and practice of Dr. Vodder’s Manual Lymph DrainageWritten by the world’s leading authorities on Dr. Emil Vodder’s techniques for manual lymph drainage (MLD), this lavishly illustrated guide provides step-by-step descriptions of how to massage the lymph vessels to stimulate smooth lymphatic flow.
A concise text describing the basic anatomy and physiology of the circulatory and lymphatic systems is supplemented by full-color photographs and revelatory schematic drawings. The authors discuss indications and contraindications for the treatment techniques, based on the various types of swelling caused by lymphedema, as well as the ways in which Dr. Vodder’s method affects different regions of the body.
Key Features:The latest information on complete decongestive therapy (CDT), including coverage of compression therapy, taping, respiratory treatment, and other complementary methodsMore than 200 color photographs demonstrate the therapist’s application of manual pressure and movement patternsEach chapter includes numerous practical tips and sufficient space for personal notes56 review questions enable self-studyDr. Vodder’s Manual Lymph Drainage: A Practical Guide is a comprehensive, one-stop reference for students, therapists, and practitioners of lymphology, manual medicine, or physical therapy.
8. Fundamentals of Occupational Safety and Health
Author: by Mark A. Friend
The seventh edition of this popular handbook provides a thorough and up-to-date overview of the occupational safety and health field and the issues safety professionals face today, and does so in an accessible and engaging manner. An excellent introductory reference for both students and professionals, Fundamentals of Occupational Safety and Health provides practical information on technology, management, and regulatory compliance issues, covering crucial topics like organizing, staffing, directing, and evaluating occupational safety programs and procedures.
All major occupational safety and health topics are addressed in this comprehensive volume, including safety-related laws and regulations, hazardous materials, workplace violence, the threat of terrorism, and OSHA’s recordkeeping standard. This new edition has been revised and updated throughout to include new information on a variety of topics.
The book includes a handy directory of resources such as safety and health associations, First Responder organizations, and state and federal agencies. The latest edition of this go-to reference work reflects the legal and cultural climate of safety and health in an easily comprehensible and well-organized format, giving readers a wealth of occupational safety and health information right at their fingertips.
9. AMA Guide to the Evaluation of Work Ability and Return to Work (AMA Guides To…)
Author: by James B. Talmage
Published at: Amer Medical Assn; 2nd edition (July 15, 2011)
“This book will help the reader think through helping patients with return-to-work decisions when persisting symptoms and problems from illness or injury make work difficult”-Provided by publisher.
10. Introduction to the US Food System: Public Health, Environment, and Equity
Author: by Roni Neff
A public health approach to the US food system Introduction to the US Food System: Public Health, Environment, and Equity is a comprehensive and engaging textbook that offers students an overview of today’s US food system, with particular focus on the food system’s interrelationships with public health, the environment, equity, and society.
Using a classroom-friendly approach, the text covers the core content of the food system and provides evidence-based perspectives reflecting the tremendous breadth of issues and ideas important to understanding today’s US food system. The book is rich with illustrative examples, case studies, activities, and discussion questions.
The textbook is a project of the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF), and builds upon the Center’s educational mission to examine the complex interrelationships between diet, food production, environment, and human health to advance an ecological perspective in reducing threats to the health of the public, and to promote policies that protect health, the global environment, and the ability to sustain life for future generations.
11. Handbook of Splinting and Casting: Mobile Medicine Series
Author: by Stephen R. Thompson MD MEd FRCSC
Published at: Mosby; 1st edition (December 5, 2011)
Handbook of Splinting and Casting, by Drs.Stephen R.Thompson and Dan A. Zlotolow, gives you practical, portable, step-by-step instructions on the most common techniques for initial orthopaedic injury management. Find all you need to know about the latest splinting and casting practices, analgesia procedures, reduction maneuvers, and more, quickly and easily.
The highly templated format with hundreds of illustrations and photographs outlines the steps you must follow to perform each technique properly. Part of the popular Mobile Medicine Series, this pocket-sized reference is ideal for any point-of-care health professional. Stabilize any break or injury at the point of care by referring to this portable, pocket-sized reference.
Perform each procedure flawlessly by following nearly 500 step-by-step illustrations and concise accompanying instructions. Get all the guidance you need with complete sections on Orthopaedic Analgesia, Reduction Maneuvers, Splints and Casts, and Traction Maneuvers. Practical, portable resource providing step-by-step instructions on the most common techniques for initial orthopaedic injury management.
12. CURRENT Occupational and Environmental Medicine 5/E (Lange Medical Books)
Author: by Joseph LaDou
Publisher’s Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. A thorough, concise, up-to-date guide to the diagnosis and treatment of common occupational and environmental injuries and diseasesA Doody’s Core Title for 2019!
Coverage includes:Chapters on how to conduct an occupational and environmental medical history, examine the patient, evaluate exposures, and prevent further injury and illnessNew methods of disability management and the important role that physicians can play in preventing disabilityPractical information on the toxic properties and clinical manifestation of common industrial materialsTechniques to prevent acute and cumulative workplace-related injuriesDetailed discussion of international occupational and environmental health, and issues of worker migrationAn appendix that concisely introduces the important topics of biostatistics and epidemiologyLANGEThe definitive overview of common occupational and environmental illnessesNEW CHAPTERS on electronic health records, the management of chronic pain, violence in the workplace, terrorism preparedness, disease surveillance, and chemical policyValuable to practicing physicians as well as students and residents
13. The Nurse Practitioner in Urology: A Manual for Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Allied Healthcare Providers
Author: by Susanne A. Quallich
This new edition updates the previous one and adds additional content related to postoperative management, pain management, LGBTQ care, and uroradiology. This book is designed to meet the needs of nurse practitioners, advanced practice nurses globally and physician assistants working in urology.
Content assumes some background knowledge regarding the normal anatomy and physiology of the genitourinary system and the pathophysiology underlying specific urologic health-related problems. This ensures that the provider can pursue exemplary management of patients with acute and chronic urologic conditions in a wide variety of settings, including independent practices, and academic urologic practices.
This manual fills the gaps that traditional curricula may have left, permitting the reader to proceed with confident management of adult patients with urologic care needs, promoting the role of a skilled clinician in urology, especially for chronic, non-operative urologic conditions while recognizing those conditions which may benefit from surgical management.
14. Ward, Milledge and West’s High Altitude Medicine and Physiology
Author: by Andrew M Luks
This pre-eminent work has developed over six editions in response to man’s attempts to climb higher and higher unaided, and to spend more time at altitude for both work and recreation. Building on this established reputation, the new and highly experienced authors provide a fully revised and updated text that will help doctors continue to improve the health and safety of all people who visit, live or work in the cold, thin air of high mountains.
The sixth edition remains invaluable for any doctor accompanying an expedition or advising patients on a visit to altitude, those specialising in illness and accidents in high places, and for physicians and physiologists who study our dependence on oxygen and the adaptation of the body to altitude.
15. Program Theory-Driven Evaluation Science: Strategies and Applications
Author: by Stewart I. Donaldson
Routledge (May 21, 2007)
Program Theory-Driven Evaluation Science fills the gap between 21st century literature on evaluation and what is happening in practice. It features detailed examples of how evaluations actually unfold in practice to develop people, programs, and organizations. Commonly accepted strategies for practicing evaluation are outlined, followed by comprehensive accounts of how those strategies have played out in the face of the complexities and challenges of real world settings.
In so doing, the book illustrates the authentic challenges of implementing an evaluation approach in practice. Author Stewart Donaldson provides a state-of-the-art treatment of the practice of program theory-driven evaluation science. Each case follows a three-step model: developing program impact theory; formulating and prioritizing evaluation questions; and answering evaluation questions.
Initial chapters discuss the emergence of program theory-driven evaluation science and specific strategies for carrying out each of the three steps. Succeeding chapters address recent applications and practical implications of evaluation science. The challenges and lessons learned from the cases are then reviewed.