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Praktické lékařství - úvod I. - 1. ročník

Seznam povinné a doporučené literatury pro Všeobecné lékařství 2. LF UK

+Seifert, B. : Všeobecné praktické lékařství

Poprvé od vzniku samostatného oboru všeobecné lékařství v roce 1978 vychází kniha o praktickém (všeobecném) lékařství, vytvořená kolektivem lékařů, právníků a sester pod vedením zkušených praktických lékařů Bohumila Seiferta a Václava Beneše. Autoři představují praktické lékařství jako samostatný a svébytný obor se svými specifickými přístupy k nemocnému a specifickým řešením medicínských problémů.
MUDr. Petr Herle

+Brock, A. : Health care communication using personality type : patients are different!

This groundbreaking text draws upon examples from everyday health care situations to demonstrate that the behaviour differences we all experience in others actually fit within a readily understandable framework (the MBI).

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+Lawrence, M. : General practitioner education

+Lawrence, M. : General practitioner education
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+Jung, H. P.: Quality of care in general practice : the patient perspective

+Jung, H. P.: Quality of care in general practice : the patient perspective
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+Kol.: Tomorrow‘s doctors

+Kol.: Tomorrow‘s doctors
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+Kol.: What sort of doctor. Asseing quality of care in general practice

+Kol.: What sort of doctor. Asseing quality of care in general practice
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+Boerma, W.: The role of general practice in primary health care

+Boerma, W.: The role of general practice in primary health care
+Whinney, I. R.: Textbook of family medicine

Highly acclaimed in its first two editions, Ian R. McWhinney's Textbook of Family Medicine is one of the seminal texts in the field. While many family medicine texts simply cover the disorders a practitioner might see in clinical practice, McWhinney defines the principles and practices of family medicine as a separate and distinct field of practice. The initial sections cover basic principles and philosophies of family medicine and a later section discusses approaches to common diseases encountered in practice. The discussions not only address these clinical problems, but each is a workshop for incorporating what it means to be a family physician into everyday practice. The new edition is updated throughout with help from a group of reviewers and a new coauthor, Thomas Freeman, Chairman of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Western Ontario, where McWhinney is Professor Emeritus.