Kiev, Ukraine (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
Author Andrey Nabokov aims to attempt to understand the medical history of mankind not only in a scientific and historical manner but also to see in the images that are visible as to how the attitude of mankind has changed towards himself and towards his body and its functions, as well as the changes in attitudes to illness and treatment and how medicine appeared in the past in Medical History of Mankind. This book tries to understand where medicine and health care industry are moving towards, the challenges they may face in the near future, and how this may impact the lives of mankind as a whole.
Why do people have to treat each other and how it affected the development of human civilization? What awaits medicine in the near future?
In the time where people are reforming the processes of the health system, this book provides food for thought to the readers as to what aspects of such reforms and warns it can provide along the way.
This volume reveals a new look at medicine and Health Care System as a factor that significantly influences the history of mankind as a species. Considering the well-known facts from a different angle, systematically filed material clearly and simply traced the history of mankind from a medical point of view. It turns out that the medical profession had great influence on the destiny of mankind, creating additional opportunities for those populations where medicine has evolved. Thus, the future of many countries will directly depend on the quality of the health system.
Medical History of Mankind will be of interest to all who are thinking about the future of medicine: experienced physicians, policy-makers and healthcare managers, and medical students.
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About the Author
In 1992, after graduating from medical school, Andrew Nabokov began working as trauma surgeon at the different hospitals in Ukraine. Having eight years of experience in emergency trauma, the author was able to see the advantages and disadvantages of the Health Care System in the country in all its aspects. Since 1998, also deals with the problems of informatisation of emergency medicine. Since 2000, he was involved in the development and testing of medical and other software. He is also the author of the book "Modern osteosynthesis." He is the administrator of the Internet forum on the reform of healthcare and private medicine in Ukraine and in the World. This book was published in 2012 in Kiev in Russian.
Medical History of Mankind* by Andrey Nabokov
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Publication Date: May 17, 2013
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