Super Six Set

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    This collection is a must-have for health workers. It covers a broad spectrum of health issues, including information on injuries and illnesses, women’s health topics such as pregnancy and childbirth, and strategies to improve health education and community involvement. The set includes six books: Where There Is No Doctor, Helping Health Workers Learn, Where There Is No Dentist, Where Women Have No Doctor, A Book for Midwives, and A Community Guide to Environmental Health.
    Regularly $164.70 if purchased separately, this set is only $131.75 – a savings of 20%.

    Where There Is No Doctor is the most widely used manual for health workers, educators, and others involved in primary care and health promotion around the world. This manual provides practical, easily understood information on how to diagnose, treat, and prevent common injuries and illnesses. Current edition includes updated information on malaria, HIV, and more. (Read full description)

    Helping Health Workers Learn is an indispensable resource for health educators that shows how to make health education engaging and effective. This book encourages community involvement through participatory education and emphasizes a people-centered approach to care. (Read full description)

    Where There Is No Dentist covers essential topics in oral health and hygiene using accessible language and illustrations. This manual is frequently used by community health workers, educators, and individuals to help people take care of their gums and teeth. (Read full description)

    Where Women Have No Doctor combines self-help medical information with an understanding of the ways poverty, discrimination and cultural beliefs limit women's health and access to care. This accessible, illustrated guide is a must-have resource for women and health care providers. (Read full description)

    A Book for Midwives has proved a vital resource for practicing midwives and midwifery training programs around the world. This book covers the essentials of care before, during, and after birth, providing a variety of designs for low-cost equipment and training materials, and is updated to reflect new WHO/UNICEF guidelines for mothers and newborns. (Read full description)

    A Community Guide to Environmental Health helps health promoters, development workers, environmental activists, and community leaders take charge of their own health and the health of their communities in villages and cities alike. Using hundreds of illustrations and clear language, this guide provides the tools, knowledge, and inspiration to begin transforming the crisis in environmental health. (Read full description)