Medical Missions

Aroney-Sine, Dr Christine. Survival of the Fittest: Keeping Yourself Healthy in Travel and Service Overseas. Marc Publications, 1999.
Barone, Michael (ed.). Harriet Lane Handbook. Mosby Yearbook Inc. St Louis.
Burns, A. August et al. Where Women Have No Doctor: A Health Guide for Women. Hesperian,1997.
Dickson, Murray. Where There Is No Dentist. Hesperian, 1988.
Fountain, Daniel. God, Medicine, and Miracles, Shaw, 1999
Daniel E. Fountain. Health, the Bible and the Church. Billy Graham Center, 1989.
Fountain, Daniel. Primary Diagnosis and Treatment. MAP 1992.
Garrett, Laurie. The Betrayal of Trust: The Collapse of Global Public Health. Hyperion, New York, 2000.
Granich, Reuben, MD, MPH; Mermin, Jonathan, MD, MPH. HIV, Health, and Your Community; A Guide… 
Klein, Susan, A Book for Midwives: A Manual for Traditional Birth Attendants and Community Midwives. Hesperian, 1995
Merck Manual– latest edition.
Quesenberry and Birmingham. Where There Is No Animal Doctor. Christian Veterinary Mission, 2000.
Strickland, T. ed. Hunter’s Tropical Medicine & Emerging Infectious Disease. 8th ed. Saunders 2000.
Vanderkooi, Mary. Village Medical Manual. A Layman’s Guide to Health Care in Developing Countries. Available through Christian Medical and Dental Assn, Bristol TN.
Werner, David, Bower, Bill. Helping Health Workers Learn: A Book of Methods, Aids and Ideas for Instructors at the Village Level. Hesperian, Berkeley CA.
Werner, David with Thuman, Carol and Maxwell, Jane. Where There Is No Doctor—A Village Health Care Handbook. Berkeley, California: Hesperian Foundation (Box 11577, Berkeley, CA 94712-2577),, 1992. 446 pp. ISBN: 0942364155.
Wolf C. & Palmer, D. Handbook of Medicine in Developing Countries, 2nd ed. Christian Medical and Dental Society, Bristol, TN, 2002.