GCSE Health & Social Care: Student Book for Edexcel by Angela Fisher, Mike Ancil, Stephen Seamons


GCSE Health & Social Care: Student Book for Edexcel by Angela Fisher, Mike Ancil, Stephen Seamons

Endorsed by Edexcel, this fantastic new book retains the clear, accessible language, attractive layout and useful pedagogical features that made GCSE Health and Social Care an essential text.

About the Author

Angela Fisher has worked as a chief examiner, moderator and trainer, has consulted for QCA and helped to develop a variety of qualifications across Health and Social Care.

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304 pages


Angela Fisher, Mike Ancil, Stephen Seamons
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Publication date

19th June 2009



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