New books in the library – March/April 2014

Written by on April 17, 2014

A selection of new books added to our library catalogue this month:

Modern Clinical Collection

Dental statistics made easy / Nigel Smeeton.
2nd ed.
London : Radcliffe Publishing, c2012

Doing a literature review in health and social care: a practical guide / Helen Aveyard
3rd ed.
Maidenhead : Open University Press, 2014

Forensic podiatry : principles and methods / John A. DiMaggio and Wesley Vernon.
New York : Humana Press, c2011

Hunter’s tropical medicine and emerging infectious disease / Alan J. Magill
9th ed.
London : Saunders, c2013

Manson’s tropical diseases / edited by Jeremy Farrar
23rd ed.
[Philadelphia : Elsevier/Saunders, 2014

McCracken’s removable partial prosthodontics / Alan B. Carr and David T. Brown
12th ed.
St. Louis, Mo. : Elsevier Mosby, c2011

Wound healing and skin integrity: principles and practice / Madeleine Flanagan
Oxford : Wiley Blackwell, 2013

 

History of Glasgow and Scotland Collection

From the line : Scottish war poetry, 1914-1945 / edited by David Goldie and Roderick Watson
Glasgow : Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 2014.

Glory and honour : the Renaissance in Scotland / Andrea Thomas
Edinburgh : Birlinn, 2013

Insanitary city : Henry Littlejohn and the Condition of Edinburgh / Paul Laxton and Richard Rodger
Lancaster : Carnegie Publishing Ltd, 2013

For more details on the above titles and to view other works in our collections search our online catalogue at http://www.shelcat.org/prcp

 

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