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Speaking Of Medicine?s Highlights From 2013

Image Credit: SpaceShoe, Flickr 2013 saw the release of plenty of books about health and medicine, and Speaking of Medicine has provided a platform for independent reviews from leading academics . As a topical taster, Jean Adams of Newcastle University reviewed David Stuckler and Sanjay Basus The Body Economic: Why Austerity Kills, which looks at the health consequences of the recession. For a complete list of Speaking of Medicine book fitness reviews, please click here . View all posts by Christine Fears About Paul Simpson Paul is a Senior Editor at PLOS Medicine and the point of contact for the Speaking of Medicine blog. He can be found tweeting as himself on twitter: [link] @pjsimpso Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and muscle building attributes:

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail Image Credit: Alberto G. What Do We Really Know About Social Resistance to Vaccines? Topics Africa antimicrobial drugs antiretroviral treatment cardiovascular health child health china clinical trials developing world diarrhea environment Ghostwriting global burden of disease global health guidelines health costs health information health policy health systems HIV HIV/AIDS influenza LMICs malaria maternal and perinatal health maternal health medical literature medical students Mental Health mortality MSF neglected tropical diseases open access pharmaceutical industry Policy public health reporting research ethics sanitation sub-saharan Africa systematic reviews tobacco tuberculosis vaccine water WHO About Speaking of Medicine Speaking of Medicine is the community blog for medical publishing across PLOS, which includes the leading open access journals PLOS Medicine , PLOS Pathogens and PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases . The blog is an informal venue for readers, authors, editors and friends of the PLOS medical journals to discuss global health topics and issues that are important to the community.

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