Where There is No Doctor (African edition)

Books > Featured Publishers > Community Health > Health in Schools > Macmillan Africa

Image of Where There is No Doctor (African edition)

This book is the most widely used health education text in tropical and sub-tropical developing countries, and this edition is specific for Africa. It is more than a book on first aid. It covers a wide range of topics that affect the health of the villager - from diarrhoea to tuberculosis, helpful and harmful home remedies, cautious use of certain modern medicines, as well as detail on childbirth and family planning. Special importance is placed on cleanliness, healthy diet and vaccinations. The book also helps readers realise what they can do for themselves, how to prevent, recognise and treat many common sicknesses, as well as recognising which problems need the attention of an experienced health worker. This revised edition also includes information about additional health problems such as AIDS, dengue, and complications from abortion and drug addiction. It is a resource for the villager, the village storekeeper or pharmacist, the teacher, the village health worker, mothers and midwives.

* VIEW A SAMPLE PAGE FROM THIS BOOK *

Product Code: B/WTNDAF
Author(s): D Werner
Publisher: Macmillan / TALC
ISBN: 9780333516522
Year: 2010


TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE: out of print
 
 
If you would like to receive notification when this product is available,
please enter your email address below:

Please note that your email address will be used only to inform you
when the product on this page is back in stock.

Search Powered by everyclick.com

© Teaching-aids At Low Cost 2017 - Registered Charity No. 279858

Teaching-aids At Low CostBooks and CD-ROMs sold by TALC
Layout image
About TALC | Donate | e-TALC | Work with Us | Shop | Contact
> About TALC
> Shop

> Donate
> Work with Us
> e-TALC
> News
 
> Home
> Contact
> Terms of Use
> Site Map