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This third volume of the trusted MIMS Handbook of Oncology has been extensively updated to provide southern African clinicians with a highly topical, comprehensive reference publication.,
The publication provides a sound account of common cancers and associated complications with which both oncologists as well as non-oncologists are commonly confronted. The extensive Treatment Approaches section covers current oncology protocols in pharmacology, as well as the most recent advances in diagnosis and treatment, including radiation therapy, immunology and biosimilars.
Also included is a comprehensive Drug-Class Overview section relevant to the oncology field.
The publication is edited by Dr Martin de Villiers – a highly respected family physician, medical lecturer, and healthcare industry consultant with extensive experience in the oncology field. His team of medical and other healthcare experts from hospitals, universities and private practice countrywide have contributed the treatment approaches.
The concise, readable format – with appropriate algorithms and tables – will render the MIMS Handbook of Oncology an easy-to-use, ready reference for medical practitioners.
The CPD component
The online CPD component will contain CPD multiple-choice questions related to the treatment approaches and can earn doctors those sought-after CPD points.
The MIMS Handbook of Psychiatric Medication provides clinicians with an evidence-based approach to the use of psychiatric medications in general practice. It features diagnostic criteria and guidelines based on the DSM-5 and ICD-11 for the reliable diagnosis of many psychiatric disorders, allowing clinicians to identify target symptoms for pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy.
In addition to a thorough Introductory Overview, the publication discusses the following psychiatric disorders:
Major depressive disorder
Panic disorder and social anxiety disorder
Generalised anxiety disorder
Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
Professor Dan J. Stein, Head of the Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health at the University of Cape Town, and his editorial team have extensively updated the previous volume, rendering the MIMS Handbook of Psychiatric Medication Volume 2 a highly topical and invaluable reference source for South African doctors in their daily practice of medicine - concise and practical with treatment algorithms, diagnostic guidelines and rating scales.
The online learning component contains multiple-choice questions related to the treatment approaches and, if answered successfully, doctors can earn those sought after CPD points.
Now South African pharmacists have their very own CPD resource, brought to you by an expert editorial panel consisting of former Pharmaceutical Society of South Africa president Dr Johann Kruger, family physician Dr Martin de Villers and retail pharmacist Maria Marais.
With many years’ experience in hosting successful CPD programmes for medical doctors, MIMS is proud to introduce this specialised CPD resource for pharmacy professionals. The CPD programme works as follows: For example, you will read the article on asthma. The text covers all aspects of pathogenesis, OTC treatment, and reasons for referral in the pharmacy setting. You then have to explain how the “What do I need to know?” knowledge gap was overcome by self-study of the article.
The Pharmacist’s Guide to Clinical Care provides a concise, evidence-based guide to important clinical topics encountered by the pharmacist daily. It serves as a clinical and management guide, as well as a resource for continuing professional development (CPD).
Given that pharmacies are easily accessed by community members and often a first port of call for the unwell, it makes sense that the pharmacist’s role will be augmented in a changing South African healthcare system. Carrying out regular CPD activities will assist in preparing pharmacists for this increased responsibility, as well as keeping them abreast of developments in the profession. Topics in the Guide, structured according to Ethics and Pharmacy-Assisted Therapy, have been carefully chosen by pharmacy experts to fulfil this need. They comprise – among others – headaches, abdominal complaints, painful joints, respiratory conditions, dermatological problems, ophthalmic challenges and medication in the elderly.