BTEC National Health Studies
Heinemann, 2002 - Social medicine - 534 pages
This is the core textbook for the BTEC National in Health Studies which runs from 2002. Written at the right level for BTEC National students, the text is presented in an accessible and student-friendly style with plenty of case studies, tables and illustrations throughout.
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Core units 1 Equality diversity and rights
Communication and supportive skills
Research and Project
Human anatomy and physiology
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