Edited By Drew Provan 4th edition
Published 2018 by Oxford University Press
Being a member of the superb Oxford Handbook series, I automatically assume this book will be very good and in fact put very simply, it is very good and certainly lives up to its heritage. It is an excellent book and runs to just under a 1000 page and is fairly substantial. The subject matter is excellent and in fact it is a subject which is highly relevant for many healthcare professionals in general disciplines such as general medicine as well as primary care.