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- Shortlisted for the Internal Medicine category of the British Medical Association Book Awards 2019
- OUP Oxford
- Wilkinson, Nick / Nikiphorou, Elena / Jadon, Deepak
- 177 x 101 x 31 mm
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- 408 g
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BMA reviewing panel, BMA Medical Book Awards 2019 This book is very well written, clear and aimed at junior doctors ... Its clarity and conciseness are major strengths.
Dr Harry Brown, Glycosmedia This is an excellent handbook of rheumatology and although it is handbook sized, it packs a big punch. It is full of practical wisdom and advice and well suited to someone who deals with a significant number of rheumatology patients.
Nursing Standard Review from previous edition This is a comprehensive pocket size text that no self-respecting healthcare professional working in this field should be without.
Amazon The book provides an outstanding review of all major topics relevant to rheumatology. It is definitely a book worth keeping close by for anyone training in rheumatology.
British Health Professionals in Rheumatology [The book] is a comprehensive and extremely practical guide and a valuable companion to any health professional working in rheumatology...[I] would highly recommend this pocket guide to both trainees and qualified practitioners with an interest in the speciality.
Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology offers a welcome addition to the practitioner's library because of its handy, pocket-sized format... a practical, clinically-oriented guide that can be rapidly and easily consulted.
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Dr Clunie is consultant rheumatologist and metabolic bone physician at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge (since 2012) and trustee of the British Society of Rheumatology. He was Rheumatologist in Ipswich, where he set up the first English Fracture Liaison Service in Ipswich. The service has become a model for FLSs in many places worldwide. Dr Clunie's subspecialty interests are rare bone diseases and Spondyloarthritis. Dr Wilkinson is the George Koukis Lead for the paediatric rheumatology and paediatric chronic pain services at the Evelina London Children's Hospital, which he set up in 2014 to serve South London and South East Coastal Region of England. Prior to this he set up similar tertiary services for Thames Valley when he joined the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford in 2005 bringing his experience from working in Vancouver, Sydney and several centres across the UK. He continues to take many lead roles across national societies and charities in these areas of medicine, with a particular interest in adolescent and young adult care, chronic pain and paediatric sports and exercise medicine. Dr Nikiphorou is a consultant rheumatologist at the Whittington Hospital in London and a clinical academic at the Academic Rheumatology department of King's College London. Her clinical and research interests focus on inflammatory arthritis, multimorbidity and patient reported outcomes. Dr Nikiphorou has a number of national and international roles and responsibilities, including being a member of the British Society of Rheumatology Heberden Committee and the Chair of the largest network of young rheumatologists in Europe (EMEUNET). Dr Jadon is a consultant rheumatologist, Director of the Rheumatology Research Unit, and lead for psoriatic arthritis (PsA) at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. Having grown up in Cardiff, he graduated from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 2003, and then undertook clinical training in rheumatology and general internal medicine in Bath and Bristol between 2007 - 2015. He completed his PhD thesis on 'biomarkers of psoriatic arthritis phenotypes at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases (Bath, UK) in 2015.
The presentation of rheumatic disease 1: Evaluating rheumatological and musculoskeletal (MSK) symptoms 2: Musculoskeletal (MSK) assessment and patterns of disease: making a working diagnosis 3: Regional Musculoskeletal Symptoms: making a working diagnosis 4: The spectrum of disorders associated with adult rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases The clinical features and management of rheumatic disease 5: Rheumatoid arthritis 6: Osteoarthritis 7: Crystal-induced musculoskeletal disease 8: The spondyloarthritides (SpAs) including psoriatic arthritis 9: Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) 10: Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) 11: Antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) 12: Sjoegren's syndrome 13: Systemic sclerosis (SScl) and related disorders 14: Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies including polymyositis and dermatomyositis 15: Primary vasculitides 16: Metabolic bone diseases 17: Infection and rheumatic disease 18: Rare autoinflammatory and miscellaneous diseases 19: Hereditary disorders of connective tissue (HDCT) 20: Common upper limb musculoskeletal lesions 21: Spinal disorders and back pain 22: Chronic pain syndromes Medicine management and emergencies 23: Drugs used in rheumatology practice 24: Glucocorticoid injection therapy 25: Rheumatological emergencies