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Yes, we also review books on health care

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One area of health care writing that seems to have flourished in recent years is in the publication of books on health care, health policy, evidence-based medicine, consumer health, disease-mongering and related topics.

On this blog, we frequently write little reviews of such books. Or we post reviews that others have written.  The following is a list of links to just some that we’ve published somewhat recently.

We welcome your comments and recommendations for health care books you’ve liked.  (Note:  this is not a place for authors to self-promote their own books.)

 

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Kathleen Brennan

March 30, 2012 at 2:15 pm

A great book appropriate for the health care discussions of today: Racism in Health care by Dr. Marie E. Seneque, RN, PhD. I found it facinating and very provocative.