New on the bookshelf: Recent releases by DMS faculty authors
American Psychiatry after World War II: 1944-1994. Edited by Roy W. Menninger, M.D., University of Kansas School of Medicine; and John C. Nemiah, M.D., professor of psychiatry at DMS. American Psychiatric Press; Washington, D.C.; 2000. This volume summarizes the significant developments in psychiatry during the 50 years after World War II. Its essays, written mostly by people who lived through the changes, describe fluctuations in treatment strategies between a biological and a psychodynamic approach.
Critical Issues in Global Health. Edited by C. Everett Koop, M.D., Sc.D., McInerny Professor of Surgery at DMS; Clarence E. Pearson, National Center for Health Education; and M. Roy Schwarz, China Medical Board. Jossey-Bass; San Francisco; 2000. Essays by 75 renowned authorities explore the world's health challenges, including tobacco, communicable diseases, and the environment. "The miracles of science could and should be shared equally in the world," writes Jimmy Carter in the foreword.
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