My RMIT Masters 2008 ~ 13 Textbooks + Guides I Published as academic merit!


In 2008 through RMIT I completed my masters in IT, Physics + Psychology, the list below is the following text books and guides available through access them with RMIT, you can publish them the proceeds are 50% to me 50% to medicine san`frontier.

The package release includes artwork and binding instructions…

The Titles Include:

  1. Do’s and Don’ts in Pharmacology – 2786 pages (7 Volumes)
  2. Do’s and Don’ts in Pharmacology in Mental Health – 1765 pages (5 Volumes)
  3. Bush Remedies for Mental Health – 276 pages
  4. The Psychic Sex Guide – 169 pages
  5. Teen & Young Adult Relationship + Sex – 312 pages
  6. Sex working & psychology & treatment – 546 pages
  7. Hitch Hikers Guide to Multiversity – 377 pages
  8. Guide to Teaching Physics Secondary – 453 pages
  9. Wormholes Exposed – 432 pages
  10. Open Source in Education – 488 pages
  11. Open Source in Commercial Enterprises – 763 pages
  12. Agile, Crunch & Trisecting IT Work-spaces – 356 pages
  13. Guide to Law Enforcement around Health – 211 pages
    (this is only available to you if you are email for a request of a copy from a law enforcement agency email or domain host through RMIT)
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One thought on “My RMIT Masters 2008 ~ 13 Textbooks + Guides I Published as academic merit!

  1. Well the Do’s and Don’ts in Pharmacology works a bit like a Merck index but deals in medicine design and builds most commonalitys from an ethnobotanical view point, the true source of cures not treatments… not a lite read!

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