Handbook of Clinical Pancreatology

Posted Wednesday April 27, 2022

Now Available: GESA Handbook of Clinical Pancreatology Second Edition The Second Edition of the Handbook of Clinical Pancreatology, an educational resource from GESA, is now available from the Google Play Store and Apple Books. Further information is available on the GESA Clinical resources page. The Handbook of Clinical Pancreatology is an up to date, succinct guide rather than a definitive textbook. It is a resource you can refer to in the lecture hall, hospital ward or consulting room. The Handbook is an invaluable resource for medical students, doctors in training and experienced clinicians. 

What’s new: Each chapter is now co-authored by an Australian and international expert. I am honoured that pancreatology colleagues from around the globe (Scotland, England, France, Germany, India, Thailand, New Zealand, USA and Canada) agreed to contribute to the Handbook. This emphasises that the challenges of understanding the complexities of pancreatic physiology and thereby optimising the care of our patients enduring an array of pancreatic pathologies is shared by colleagues across the world. The necessity of a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of our patients remains a consistent theme as reflected by the breadth of expertise amongst the authors. Three new chapters have been added to complete the scope of the Handbook; Paediatric Clinical Pancreatology, Cystic Fibrosis and the Pancreas and Diabetes of the Exocrine Pancreas. 

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