Dr Vernon Coleman


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Dr Vernon Coleman


Dr Vernon Coleman
Dr. Vernon Coleman is een erkende autoriteit op het gebied van stress en heeft vele lezingen gegeven over het onderwerp. Hij is een van de bekendste Britse voortrekkers op het gebied van gezondheidszorg, waardoor hij in de pers onder meer omschreven werd als 'de kampioen van de patiŽnt' en 'de belangrijkste Britse medisch auteur'. Zijn boeken zijn vertaald in 14 talen en worden in zowat elk land in de wereld verkocht. Hieronder kun je links vinden naar meer informatie over deze kritische arts.


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Tijd heelt alle wonden [Ode]
In dokterspraktijken groeit het verlangen af te stappen van de mythe dat snel altijd beter is. Uit steeds meer onderzoeken dat geduld vaak de beste remedie is. Na een beschadiging kan het zenuwstelsel bijvoorbeeld, zichzelf herstellen. De afzonderlijke cellen waaruit een zenuwstelsel bestaat, maken zelf nieuwe verbindingen aan, maar kunnen ook hun functie wijzigen ten behoeve van genezing. De Britse, tegendraadse arts Vernon Coleman suggereert dat bij negentig procent van alle ziekten geen noodzaak bestaat voor een professionele behandeling, omdat het lichaam volmaakt in staat is voor zichzelf te zorgen wanneer het tijd krijgt.
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Boeken

  • Stress Management
    In Stress Management legt Dr. Vernon Coleman uit hoe, waarom en wanneer stress problemen veroorzaakt. Bovendien legt hij ook precies uit hoe u het stressgehalte in uw bedrijf onder controle kunt houden en hoe u de schade die ze aanricht kunt minimaliseren. Met tal van boeiende casestudies en heldere praktische tips, toont Stress Management aan managers de signalen waarop ze moeten letten en wat ze moeten doen als ze die waarnemen. Het hoofddoel van dit boek is echter de lezers te tonen hoe zij een constructieve werkomgeving kunnen creŽren waarin stress strikt gecontroleerd wordt en de negatieve effecten ervan tenietgedaan.
  • Alternatieve geneeswijzen, een kritische beschouwing

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Vernon Coleman is the author of over 90 books which have sold over 2 million copies in the UK, been translated into 23 languages and now sell in over 50 countries. His non-fiction books include 'Bodypower' (voted one of the nation's 100 most popular books by British readers) and 'How To Stop Your Doctor Killing You' and his novels include 'Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War' and the Bilbury series of books.

Often described as an 'iconoclast' he has organised numerous campaigns for people and for animals. Vernon Coleman has been writing articles and columns for national newspapers since 1964. Over the last twenty years, he's written columns for the Daily Star, The Sun, Sunday Express, Planet on Sunday and The People, and has contributed over 5,000 articles, columns and reviews to 100 leading British publications including the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Guardian, Observer, Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Daily Express, Woman, Womans Own, Punch and Spectator. His columns and articles have also appeared in hundreds of leading magazines and newspapers throughout the rest of the world. He edited the British Clinical Journal for one year, and for twenty years he wrote a column which was syndicated to over 40 leading regional newspapers. In the UK, he was the TV AM doctor on breakfast TV, the first networked television 'Agony Aunt'. He has presented TV and radio programmes for both BBC and commercial channels. Many millions have consulted his 'Telephone Doctor Advice' lines and his Web sites, and for six years he wrote a monthy newsletter which had subscribers in 17 countries. Vernon Coleman has a medical degree, and an honorary science doctorate. He had worked for the Open University in the UK and is an Honorary Professor of Holistic Medical Sciences at the Open International University based in Sri Lanka. He worked as a GP for ten years and has organised numerous campaigns both for people and for animals.

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Comment of Katrina Fox, freelance journalist

A rare breed of journalist, who will always let the truth get in the way of a good story, he admits to being fired from more than 40 newspapers and magazines for refusing to stay silent on issues such as vivisection, which he describes as "pseudo-scientific black magic". Coleman dares to speak the unspeakable and print the unprintable. Statements such as, "Adolf Hitler killed fewer people than the tobacco companies have killed" are peppered throughout his new book, and it's not hard to see why he's thrown so many hard-nosed Fleet Street editors into a blind panic over the years.


Vernon Coleman (born in Walsall, Staffordshire, England) is a British animal activist, doctor, and author. He has written well over 90 books, concerning politics, cricket, animal issues and health. He has also written a wide range of novels. His books have sold over 2 million copies in the UK.

A General Practitioner for about ten years, mostly during the 1970s, his first books included The Medicine Men (1975), and Paper Doctors (1976). Body Power came in 1983, and has been reprinted a number of times. Alice's Diary (1989) and Alice's Adventures (1992), of appeal to many cat lovers, concern Alice (1983-1992) and her half sister Thomasina (1983-2000), real cats who shared their lives with Vernon Coleman. One of his latest books, Health Secrets Doctors Share With Their Families (2005) was written jointly with his wife, Donna Antoinette Coleman.

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