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Why is the world set up for loud know-it-alls?

Explores the role introverts play in a world that is geared towards those who enjoy communicating with others and offers practical suggestions at how introverts can make sure their message is heard.

One of the unstoppable triumphs of the last 100 years. Gibran's poetic prose, half New Testament and half Walt Whitman, is used as serious advice and spiritual counsel by millions.

One of the unstoppable triumphs of the last 100 years. Gibran's poetic prose, half New Testament and half Walt Whitman, is used as serious advice and spiritual counsel by millions.

Loyal friend who accompanied me along the day at the morgue. The most foul-smelling book in my collection ranks.

The Sobotta Atlas covers the complete macroscopic anatomy in full detail and exceptional quality with almost 2000 figures.

Weaving personal stories ad conversations into the long political back-ground, Williams' powerful memoir brings to life the realities of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Understanding in her judgment, yet unsparing in her honesty, Williams exposes the humanity, as well as the hypocrisy, at the heart of both sides' experiences.

It's Easier to Reach Heaven than the End of the Street: A Jerusalem Memoir

Letters from Leaders is a beautifully designed book comprising collection of wisdom and inspiration addressed to young people from the world’s most influential people—advice on leadership, goal achievement, public service, and life journeys.

The Hardcover of the Letters from Leaders: Personal Advice for Tomorrow's Leaders from the World's Most Influential by Henry Dormann at Barnes & Noble.

Covering nearly every possible topic in the field of medicine. No other resource delivers coverage of disease mechanisms and management like Harrison's.

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and Edition: Dan Longo, Anthony Fauci, Dennis Kasper, Stephen Hauser, J.

It is designed to promote understanding of the basic principles and concepts of physiology rather than the memorization of details. A book for all seasons in medical school.

Booktopia has Human Physiology, From Cells to Systems : edition by Lauralee Sherwood. Buy a discounted Hardcover of Human Physiology online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

In gripping accounts of true cases, surgeon Atul Gawande explores the power and the limits of medicine, offering an unflinching view from the scalpel’s edge. Complications lays bare a science not in its idealized form but as it actually is—uncertain, perplexing, and profoundly human.

Complications Atul Gawande Completed Atul Gawande thoughtfully and honestly discusses our expectations of medicine and surgery and the surgeons themselves, and their fallibility.

Kahneman posits a brain governed by 2 clashing decision-making processes. The largely unconscious System 1 makes intuitive snap judgments based on emotion, memory, and hard-wired rules of thumb; the painfully conscious System 2 laboriously checks the facts and does the math, but is so "lazy" and distractible that it usually defers to System 1. Kahneman uses this scheme to frame a scintillating discussion of self-contradictory logics that underlie our choices.

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. Kahneman takes us on a groundbreaking tour of the mind and explains the two systems that drive the way we think. Knowing how people make decisions is a key skill set for the designer in practice.

A behavioral perspective makes sense of key contradictions—from the seemingly irrational choices that we sometimes make as patients, to the incongruous behavior of physicians, to the morass of the long-lived debate surrounding reform. With the new health care law in effect, it is more important than ever that consumers, health care industry leaders, and the policymakers who are governing change reckon with the power and sources of our behavior when it comes to health.

Irrationality in Health Care: What Behavioral Economics Reveals About What We Do and Why by Douglas Hough

Many doctors are feeling pessimistic about the future of the medical profession. This book shows how we can improve health care on a grassroots level, regardless of political policy disputes, by improving conditions for physicians and asking them to take on broader accountability; by calling on physicians to be effective leaders as well as excellent clinicians.

The Hardcover of the The Doctor Crisis: How Physicians Can, and Must, Lead the Way to Better Health Care by Jack Cochran, Charles C.

In this often witty and personal book, Chapman lays out a program for making smoking history. The first contains chapters spanning such key topics as the place of advocacy in tobacco control, ethical issues, smoking cessation and prevention, harm reduction and product regulation and the denormalisation of smoking. The second section provides an invaluable A-Z of tobacco control advocacy strategy from Accuracy to Whistleblowers.

Public health advocacy and tobacco control: making smoking history Simon Chapman.

This book views power and process as integral to understanding policy and focuses on the three key elements in policy making: the context, the actors and the processes. It is a guide for those who wish to improve their skills in navigating and managing the health policy process, irrespective of the health issue or setting.

Making Health Policy