Environmental Health: From Global to Local

Environmental Health: From Global to Local 216 OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE doi:10.1093/occmed/kqy035 got round to answering after completing my MFOM. It certainly gives me more confidence to answer many of the Environmental Health: From Global to common questions occupational physicians receive in an Local industrial setting. It explains the scientific basis for the Edited by Howard Frumkin. Published by John Wiley & approach to environmental issues in sectors where occu- Sons, 3rd edition, 2016. ISBN-10: 1118984765, ISBN- pational physicians may operate such as international oil 13: 978-1118984765. Price: £90.00 (paperback), £81.99 and gas and mining. The global approach makes the text (e-book). 896 pp. very readable for UK and European readers. The price is probably beyond the range for most books purchased in occupational health. Nevertheless, it is the best pri- mer on environmental health I  have come across that is directly relevant to the advisory work that practising medicine in an industrial setting entails. In essence, it comprehensively covers the environmental medicine that all specialist occupational physicians should know. I believe occupational health departments should buy a copy of this book for clinicians to read. Rating ★★★ (buy and keep) Syed Nasir Howard Frumkin is Dean and Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the University of BOOK REVIEW Washington School of Public Health. He formerly served doi:10.1093/occmed/kqy029 at the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, first as director of the National Center for Questions and Answers for the Diploma Environmental Health and Agency for Toxic Substances in Occupational Medicine and Disease Registry, and later as Special Assistant to the Clare Fernandes, edited by Karen Nightingale. Published CDC Director for Climate Change and Health. by Scion Publishing Ltd, revised edition, 2017. ISBN: This is a comprehensive, authoritative introductory 9781911510079. Price: £24.99. 196 pp. textbook on environmental health for students of envir- onmental health and allied specialities such as public health, preventive medicine and occupational medicine. The book is structured logically into five parts. It com- mences with engaging primers on the fundamental sci- entific disciplines underpinning this area. It then relates these principles to subsequent sections on the global, regional and local contexts before rounding off with an introduction to environmental health in practice. It is very accessible in explaining the scientific issues using a variety of clear methods including clear subsections, textboxes and highlighting key words with definitions. As expected from such a distinguished editor, the text is of impeccable scientific quality. From an occupational medicine perspective, it covers all the main areas where we often have limited knowledge about environmental topics. This third edition has a much greater global per- spective and more information about ecology, sustain- ability and vulnerable populations, with more discussion Dr Clare Fernandes, the author, is a general practice of policy implications. registrar who has completed the Diploma of Occupational This text was very approachable and answered many of Medicine (DOccMed); the book is edited by Dr Karen the basic queries about environmental issues that I never Nightingale, a consultant occupational health physician Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/occmed/article-abstract/68/3/216/4998896 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 21 June 2018 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Occupational Medicine Oxford University Press

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216 OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE doi:10.1093/occmed/kqy035 got round to answering after completing my MFOM. It certainly gives me more confidence to answer many of the Environmental Health: From Global to common questions occupational physicians receive in an Local industrial setting. It explains the scientific basis for the Edited by Howard Frumkin. Published by John Wiley & approach to environmental issues in sectors where occu- Sons, 3rd edition, 2016. ISBN-10: 1118984765, ISBN- pational physicians may operate such as international oil 13: 978-1118984765. Price: £90.00 (paperback), £81.99 and gas and mining. The global approach makes the text (e-book). 896 pp. very readable for UK and European readers. The price is probably beyond the range for most books purchased in occupational health. Nevertheless, it is the best pri- mer on environmental health I  have come across that is directly relevant to the advisory work that practising medicine in an industrial setting entails. In essence, it comprehensively covers the environmental medicine that all specialist occupational physicians should know. I believe occupational health departments should buy a copy of this book for clinicians to read. Rating ★★★ (buy and keep) Syed Nasir Howard Frumkin is Dean and Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the University of BOOK REVIEW Washington School of Public Health. He formerly served doi:10.1093/occmed/kqy029 at the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, first as director of the National Center for Questions and Answers for the Diploma Environmental Health and Agency for Toxic Substances in Occupational Medicine and Disease Registry, and later as Special Assistant to the Clare Fernandes, edited by Karen Nightingale. Published CDC Director for Climate Change and Health. by Scion Publishing Ltd, revised edition, 2017. ISBN: This is a comprehensive, authoritative introductory 9781911510079. Price: £24.99. 196 pp. textbook on environmental health for students of envir- onmental health and allied specialities such as public health, preventive medicine and occupational medicine. The book is structured logically into five parts. It com- mences with engaging primers on the fundamental sci- entific disciplines underpinning this area. It then relates these principles to subsequent sections on the global, regional and local contexts before rounding off with an introduction to environmental health in practice. It is very accessible in explaining the scientific issues using a variety of clear methods including clear subsections, textboxes and highlighting key words with definitions. As expected from such a distinguished editor, the text is of impeccable scientific quality. From an occupational medicine perspective, it covers all the main areas where we often have limited knowledge about environmental topics. This third edition has a much greater global per- spective and more information about ecology, sustain- ability and vulnerable populations, with more discussion Dr Clare Fernandes, the author, is a general practice of policy implications. registrar who has completed the Diploma of Occupational This text was very approachable and answered many of Medicine (DOccMed); the book is edited by Dr Karen the basic queries about environmental issues that I never Nightingale, a consultant occupational health physician Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/occmed/article-abstract/68/3/216/4998896 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 21 June 2018

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