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Good handbook for the GP shelf,
This review is from: Oxford Handbook of Occupational Health (Oxford Medical Handbooks) (Flexibound)
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As GPs are increasingly asked to fulfil an occupational health role (or at least to advise), this is an invaluable addition to your collection of Oxford Handbooks which you have been accumulating since student days. You will probably reach for it rather less often than your "cheese and onion", for example, but it is still a useful reference, and overview of an area most of us are not especially expert in. Written in the saem style as the other handbooks, very accessible and in little bit-sized chunks, you can easily tackle this as part of this years PDP.
(But what flavour of crisps should it be named after?)