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Sci-Fi Fantasy BIPOC titles to read  ›

Books in the Sci-fi fantasy genre by Black, Indigeous, and people of color
by Delightful Dragon
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"They Also Ran": Presidential candidates who didn't make it  ›

This is a list of many of the presidential candidates from over the years who came close but were ultimately defeated in their bids for the White House.
by MarkK
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37 books

World Book Day Reading List   ›

A reading list for World Book Day focusing on the pleasures of reading, including some fiction titles.
by Oxford Academic
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American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine   ›

Explore the must have titles from Oxford University Press in time for the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
by Oxford Academic
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  • Now in paperback, the definitive Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine, fifth edition, has been thoroughly updated to offer a truly global perspective in this field of extraordinary talent and thoughtfulness.

  • Newly available in paperback, the Oxford Textbook of Communication in Oncology and Palliative Care is filled with tips and strategies for effective communication in difficult and challenging scenarios. In focusing on cancer and the end-of-life, it deals with the existential and spiritual challenges found across all of medicine.

  • The Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing remains the most comprehensive treatise on the art and science of palliative care nursing available. The fifth edition features several new chapters, including advance care planning, organ donation, self-care, global palliative care, and the ethos of palliative nursing.

  • The Oxford Handbook of Palliative Care covers all aspects of palliative care in a concise and succinct format suited to busy professionals who need to access key information in their daily care of patients. It continues to be an invaluable resource for all health professionals working with adults, children, and families with palliative care needs.

  • David Clark draws on interviews, correspondence, and the publications of Cicely Saunders to tell the remarkable story of how she pursued her goals through her complex personal life, the skepticism of others, and the pervasive influence of her religious faith. When she died in 2005, her legacy was firmly established in the growing field of hospice and palliative care, which had now gained global recognition.