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Edited by Jacqueline E. Reznik, BAppSci, MAPA, MCSP, GradDip(Teaching), GradDip(Neurology), PhD, Ofer Keren, MD, Joanne Morris, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MSc (Hons) Clinical Biomechanics, Grad Dip Extended Scope Physiotherapy, Doctoral Candidate and Iftah Biran, MD
Copyright 2017$77.95, Evolve, Reference
Pharmacology Handbook for Physiotherapists is an essential quick-reference guide to common medications, designed specifically for student and professional physiotherapists to assist in their everyday practice.
Providing practical and accessible evidence-based information, the handbook will equip physiotherapists with the right knowledge to maximise the benefit of pharmacology and physiotherapy treatments. Written by a multidisciplinary team of specialists, the text is designed to be comprehensive and easy-to-read, set out by body system format to allow quick retrieval of useful information related to the particular condition and medications involved.
"easy to follow and not overwhelming ... a useful adjunct to my day-to-day practice as my career as an independent prescriber progresses"
"In a climate in which poly-pharmacy and the pharmacological and non-pharmacological management of conditions often run alongside, I believe the book would be a useful resource for all physiotherapists"
Edited by Jacqueline E. Reznik, BAppSci, MAPA, MCSP, GradDip(Teaching), GradDip(Neurology), PhD, Adjunct Senior Lecturer, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia
Associate Senior Lecturer, Curtin University, WA, Australia
Honorary Research Associate, Institute of Child Health, UCL/GOSH, London, UK; Ofer Keren, MD, Director of Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Department, Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer; Clinical Senior Lecturer, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel; Joanne Morris, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MSc (Hons) Clinical Biomechanics, Grad Dip Extended Scope Physiotherapy, Doctoral Candidate, Extended Scope Physiotherapist, Canberra Hospital and Health Services, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia and Iftah Biran, MD, Neurologist and Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist and Behavioural Neurologist; Working as a Psychiatrist Consult (Liaison Psychiatry) to the Department of Neurology, Tel Aviv Medical Center , Tel Aviv; Psychoanalytic candidate, Max Eitingon Institute of Psychoanalysis, Jerusalem, Israel