Recent publications by members of the Faculty of Medicine
The New Glucose Revolution
Dr Jennie Brand-Miller, Professor of Human Nutrition and co-author Kaye Foster-Powell, continue the revolution in their latest of the series.
Fatty Liver Disease: NASH and Related Disorders
This Blackwell publication is edited by Professor Geoffrey Farrell and Professor Jacob George from the Storr Liver Unit at Westmead along with co-editors Pauline de la M. Hall, Arthur J McCullough.
The A-Z of Neurological Practice. A guide to clinical Neurology
Dr Dominic Rowe from Royal North Shore Hospital along with co-authors Roger Barker, Neil Scolding, and Andrew Larner provide this guide to practice published by Cambridge University Press.
HIV/AIDS Education for Adults: New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, No.105
This publication edited by Dr John Egan draws together contributions from the United States, Canada, and Australia and covers topics such as the struggle for meaning and power in HIV/AIDS education, HIV prevention workers and injection drug users, community-based research, grassroots response to HIV/AIDS in Nova Scotia, sex workers and HIV/AIDS education, and the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and legacy recruitment for experimental vaccines.
You can't make me: seven simple rules for parenting teenagers
Professor David Bennett from the Children’s Hospital at Westmead Clinical School and colleague Leanne Rowe, attempt to make these years much easier for parents and teenagers alike with this new publication.
Communication in the Health and Social Sciences
Edited by Emeritus Professor Ann Sefton formerly Professor of Physiology and now Deputy Chancellor, along with co-editors Joy Higgs, Annette Sweet, Lindy MacAllister and Iain Hay, this 274 paged book is published by Oxford University Press.
Basic Clinical Dialysis
Edited by Professor David Harris and Dr Lukas Kairaitis and co-authors, Dr Grahame Elder, Dr Gopala Rangan, Basic Clinical Dyalysis is a McGraw-Hill publication. David is Professor of Renal Medicine at Westmead Hospital and Lukas is a research student, also based at Westmead.