With over 60 titles in print, the ABC Series is a lively and up-to-date source of knowledge for those in primary care, for trainee doctors and students.
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As a proposal reviewer, you would look at an outline for a new book or new edition. This would include reviewing the author's proposal document, a sample contents list, and sample material. You would be asked to answer 10-15 questions about the content, organization, style, etc.
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Improvements in public health and advances in the provision of health care have contributed to an increased life expectancy. People affected by medical conditions that previously led to premature death can now survive much longer. Therefore, as the population ages, an increasing number....