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Recent advances in surgery 31

Recent advances in surgery 31

Johnson, Colin | Taylor, Irving


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The Royal Society of Medicine Press is delighted to publish Recent Advances in Surgery 31, which is part of the successful and well established Recent Advances series. This title is updated annually, covering the latest trends within surgery and reflecting any changes to the professional examinations for surgeons. It provides a comprehensive survey of up-to-date knowledge for candidates of the MRCS/AFRCS examinations, and forms a useful update of general surgery for candidates of the Intercollegiate Examination. The contributors are recognised experts in their particular field and they provide in-depth reviews of important topics relevant to the management of all surgical patients and advancing areas in surgical subspecialties. Review from previous edition: '...recommended to all candidates for certification of general surgery. Furthermore, more specialist surgeons will find it helpful both in the management of patients and in discussions with other specialists within multidisciplinary teams.' British Journal of Surgery

Table of Contents

Section Title Page Action Price
Oxfam and the new Economics Foundation
1. Introduction
Ben Rogaly and Tomas Fisher
2. Poverty and social exclusion in Britain: where finance fits
Ben Rogaly
3. Responses to poverty and exclusion: the social policy context for microfinance interventions
Ben Rogaly
4. Microfinance and poverty reduction: the international experience
Ben Rogaly
5. Microfinancial services in Britain
Thomas Fisher
6. Conclusion
Thomas Fisher, Ed Mayo, and Ben Rogaly
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