Anna Smajdor, Jonathan Herring and Robert Wheeler
Published by Oxford University Press
First edition published January 2022
Many of us are familiar with the excellent Oxford Handbook series and I personally am a big fan of this series. For those that don’t know, they are concise handbooks, though some are chunkier than others but highly clinically focussed and they are great for looking up and revising a topic quickly. Equally they are very useful for helping to manage a patient who you are directly dealing with. This book is similar to its other siblings in the Oxford Handbook series, maybe a little thinner than average (to me this is a plus as straight to the point) but the same dimensions and has the popular and hard-wearing vinyl covers. What sets it apart is for me, is this is one of the first ones in this series, that covers nonclinical (though relevant to clinical practice) topics.