This approach to a common problem differs from classical texts by concentrating on clear, concise presentations of standard and advanced techniques in inguinal herniorrhaphy, and assumes that the underlying anatomy and pathology is already understood by the reader. It is a high-level reference, written by and for experts in the field.

chapter 2|10 pages

Riverside Community Health Project: workers’ stories

ByGillie Bolton

chapter 3|10 pages

Foxhill - an out of the ordinary story of inner city teamwork

ByAmanda Howe

chapter 5|10 pages

Sustaining a healthy workforce

ByJenny Firth-Cozens

chapter 6|16 pages

Community development and primary healthcare

ByJan Smithies

chapter 7|12 pages

Community Action on Health: marrying community development and primary care

ByPhilip Crowley, Debbie Freake

chapter 8|8 pages

Sure Start, making a difference? A parent’s perspective

BySandra Wathall

chapter 9|10 pages

The Flower 125 Health Club

ByBethan Plant, Siobhan McFeely

chapter 10|10 pages

Smoking cessation: a community education training programme

ByBethan Plant, Juni Parkhurst

chapter 14|6 pages

Happy Hearts

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chapter 15|10 pages

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chapter 16|14 pages

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chapter 17|10 pages

Engaging with the messy world of primary care and urban communities: future directions

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