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The articles in this volume range from a chapter in a book published in 1989 to a journal article currently in press. The essays fall into two broad categories: policy and practice, and multinational research.
Recognized as the most prestigious, comprehensive text on Global Health for GRADUATE programs in public and global health. Global Health, Third Edition (formerly titled International Public Health) thoroughly examines the wide range of global health challenges facing low and middle income countries today and the various approaches nations adopt to deal with them.
Global Health 101 is a clear, concise, and user-friendly introduction to the most critical issues in global health. It illustrates key themes with an extensive set of case studies, examples, and the latest evidence. The book offers a global perspective, with particular attention given to the health-development link, developing countries, and the health needs of poor and disadvantaged people.
This revised edition equips students with up-to-date information on a variety of global health topics and perspectives. It prepares readers with a basic perspective of health policy issues in various geographical regions, and explains how they are affected by significant world events.
One hundred countries more than half of the world's population have made significant strides in the last 30 years, improving life expectancy and the health of their populations. Despite socioeconomic limitations including extended wars and economic embarg
Written as a textbook for International health, comparative studies, global health, international affairs, health administration and public health, Global Health Systems helps students to think more deeply about how health care is organized. The book presents a variety of real life, stimulating examples of what can go wrong at the health system level and practice level with suggestions for preventing future problems.
The Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health addresses both the emerging issues and conceptualizations of the notion of global health, along with expanding upon and highlighting the critical priorities in this rapidly evolving field.
This classic text, formerly known as the "Basch" textbook, now completely revised in an updated new edition, brings together information that students and professionals working in the wide variety of disciplines concerned with international health will find in no other single source. It synthesizes historical, cultural, environmental, economic and political considerations to provide a comprehensive global overview of the many factors that determine the health of individuals and populations.