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The new public health

Author: Theodore H Tulchinsky; Elena Varavikova
Publisher: Amsterdam : Academic Press, [2014]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Third editionView all editions and formats
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The book provides a unified approach to public health appropriate for all masters' level students and practitioners-specifically for courses in MPH programs, community health and preventive medicine programs, community health education programs, community health nursing programs.
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Tulchinsky, Theodore H.
New public health.
(OCoLC)885015046
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore H Tulchinsky; Elena Varavikova
ISBN: 9780124157675 012415767X
OCLC Number: 900161290
Notes: Previous edition: London: Academic, 2009.
Description: 1 online resource (xxv, 884 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.A History of Public Health --
Introduction --
Prehistoric Societies --
The Ancient World --
The Early Medieval Period (Fifth to Tenth Centuries CE) --
The Late Medieval Period (Eleventh to Fifteenth Centuries) --
The Renaissance (1400--1600s) --
Enlightenment, Science, and Revolution (1600s--1800s) --
Eighteenth-Century Reforms --
Applied Epidemiology --
Jenner and Vaccination --
Foundations of Health Statistics and Epidemiology --
Social Reform and the Sanitary Movement (1830--1875) --
Social Security --
Snow on Cholera --
The Germ and Miasma Theories --
Hospital Reform --
The Bacteriological Revolution --
Pasteur, Cohn, Koch, and Lister --
The Basis of Genetics --
Vectorborne Disease --
Microbiology and Immunology --
Poliomyelitis --
Advances in Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases --
Infections and Chronic Diseases --
Maternal and Child Health --
Nutrition in Public Health --
Military Medicine --
Globalization of Health. Contents note continued: Epidemiological Transition --
Achievements of Public Health in the Twentieth Century --
Creating and Managing Health Systems --
Challenges in the Twenty-First Century --
Summary --
Historical Markers --
Note --
Bibliography --
2. Expanding the Concept of Public Health --
Introduction --
Concepts of Public Health --
Evolution of Public Health --
Health and Disease --
The Host-Agent--Environment Paradigm --
The Expanded Host-Agent-Environment Paradigm --
The Natural History of Disease --
Society and Health --
Health Insurance Systems --
Health Promotion --
Social Determinants of Health --
Modes of Prevention --
Health Promotion --
Health Protection --
Primary Prevention --
Secondary Prevention --
Tertiary Prevention --
Demographic and Epidemiological Transition --
Interdependence of Health Services --
Defining Public Health --
Social Medicine and Community Health --
Social Hygiene, Eugenics, and Corruption of Public Health Concepts --
Medical Ecology. Contents note continued: Community-Oriented Primary Care --
The World Health Organization's Definition of Health --
Alma-Ata: Health for All --
Selective Primary Care --
The Risk Approach --
The Case for Action --
Political Economy and Health --
Social, Behavioral, and Political Sciences --
Health and Development --
Health Systems: The Case for Reform --
Advocacy and Consumerism --
Professional Advocacy and Resistance --
Consumerism --
The Health Field Concept --
The Value of Medical Care in Public Health --
Health Targets --
US Health Targets --
European Health Targets --
UK Health Targets --
Individual and Community Participation in Health --
Founding of Health Promotion: The Ottawa Charter of 1986 --
State and Community Models of Health Promotion --
Healthy Cities/Towns/Municipalities --
Human Ecology and Health Promotion --
Defining Public Health Standards --
Integrative Approaches to Public Health --
Achievements of Public Health --
The Future of Public Health. Contents note continued: The New Public Health --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
3. Measuring, Monitoring, and Evaluating the Health of a Population --
Introduction --
Demography --
Fertility --
Population Pyramid --
Life Expectancy --
Epidemiology --
Social Epidemiology --
Epidemiology in Building Health Policy --
Definitions and Methods of Epidemiology --
Rates and Ratios --
Measures of Disease Occurrence or Morbidity --
Prevalence Rates --
Measures of Mortality --
Social Classification --
Sentinel Events --
The Burden of Disease --
Years of Potential Life Lost --
Qualitative Measures of Morbidity and Mortality --
Measurement --
Research and Survey Methods --
Variables --
The Null Hypothesis --
Confounders --
Sampling --
Random Sampling --
Normal Distribution --
Standardization of Rates --
Direct Method of Standardization --
Indirect Method of Standardization --
Potential Errors in Measurement --
Reliability --
Validity --
Screening for Disease --
Epidemiological Studies. Contents note continued: Observational Studies --
Experimental Epidemiology --
Establishing Causal Relationships --
Notification of Diseases --
Special Registries and Reporting Systems --
Disease Classification --
Hospital Discharge Information --
Health Information Systems (Informatics) --
WHO European Region Health for All Database --
Surveillance, Reporting, and Publication --
Assessing the Health of the Individual --
Assessment of Population Health --
Defining the Population --
Health Care Financing and Organization --
Health Care Resources --
Utilization of Services --
Health Care Outcomes --
Quality of Care --
Self-Assessment of Health --
Costs and Benefits --
Effects of Intervention --
Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods --
From Health Information to Knowledge to Policy --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
4.Communicable Diseases --
Introduction --
Public Health and the Control of Communicable Disease --
The Nature of Communicable Disease. Contents note continued: Host-Agent-Environment Triad --
Classifications of Communicable Diseases --
Modes of Transmission of Disease --
Immunity --
Surveillance --
Healthcare-Associated Infections --
Endemic and Epidemic Disease --
Epidemic Investigation --
Control of Communicable Diseases --
Treatment --
Methods of Prevention --
Vaccine-Preventable Diseases --
Immunization Coverage --
Vaccine Regulation, Schedules, and Programs --
Essentials of an Immunization Program --
Regulation of Vaccines --
Vaccine Development --
Connections Between Infectious and Chronic Diseases --
Control and Eradication of Infectious Diseases --
Success in Eradicating Smallpox --
Eradication of Poliomyelitis --
Future Candidates for Disease --
Eradication --
Criteria for Eradicable Diseases --
Directly Observed Therapy Short Course (DOTS) --
Vectorborne Diseases --
Malaria --
Rickettsial Infections --
Arboviruses (Arthropod-Borne Viral Diseases) --
Lyme Disease --
Neglected Tropical Diseases. Contents note continued: Echinococcosis --
Tapeworm --
Onchocerciasis --
Dracunculiasis --
Schistosomiasis --
Leishmaniasis --
Trypanosomiasis --
Other Parasitic Diseases --
Legionnaire's Disease --
Leprosy --
Sexually Transmitted Infections --
Syphilis --
Gonorrhea --
Chancroid --
Herpes Simplex --
Chlamydia --
Trachoma --
Trichomoniasis --
Human Papillomavirus --
Control of Sexually Transmitted Infections --
HIV/AIDS --
Diarrheal Diseases --
Salmonella --
Shigella --
Escherichia coli --
Cholera --
Viral Gastroenteritis --
Parasitic Gastroenteritis --
A Program Approach to Diarrheal Disease Control --
Acute Respiratory Infections --
Inequalities in Control of Communicable Diseases --
Communicable Disease Control in the New Public Health --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
5. Non-Communicable Diseases and Conditions --
Introduction --
The Rise and Spread of Chronic Disease --
Environment and Lifestyle --
Global Burden of Mortality. Contents note continued: Risk Factors, Health Promotion, and Prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases --
Tobacco --
Alcohol and Other Drugs --
Physical Activity --
Hypertension --
Diet and Obesity --
Mental Illness --
Genetic, Infectious, and Non-Communicable Diseases --
The Social and Economic Burden of Non-Communicable Diseases --
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention --
Hypertension and Cardiovascular Diseases --
Diabetes Mellitus --
Prevention of Diabetes and Its Complications --
Cancer --
Prevention of Carton --
Trauma, Violence, and Injury --
Motor Vehicle Accidents --
Domestic and Sexual Violence --
Suicide --
Poisoning --
Homicide --
Prevention of Violence --
Chronic Lung Disease --
Asthma --
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease --
Restrictive Lung Diseases --
Occupational Lung Diseases --
End-Stage Renal Disease --
Disabling Conditions --
Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Disorders --
Osteoporosis --
Degenerative Osteoarthritis --
Rheumatoid Arthritis and Gout. Contents note continued: Low Back and Neck Pain Syndromes --
Neurological Disorders --
Alzheimer's Disease --
Parkinson's Disease --
Multiple Sclerosis --
Epilepsy or Seizures --
Brain and Spinal Cord Injury --
Visual Disorders --
Hearing Disorders --
Non-Communicable Diseases and the New Public Health --
Integrated Non-Communicable Disease Prevention and Control --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
Recommended Reading --
Global Burden of Non-Communicable --
Diseases --
Social Determinants, Environment, and Economics of Non-Communicable Diseases --
Risk Factors, Health Promotion, and Prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases --
Smoking --
Diet, Physical Activity, and Obesity --
Infectious Diseases and Non-Communicable Diseases --
Hypertension and Cardiovascular Diseases --
Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes Mellitus, and End-Stage Renal Disease --
Cancer --
Trauma, Violence, Injury, and Suicide --
Chronic Lung Disease --
Disabling Conditions --
6. Family Health --
Introduction. Contents note continued: The Family Unit --
Preventive Health through Life Stages --
The Family Physician Cannot do All This Alone --
Maternal Health --
Fertility --
Public Health Challenges of Fertility --
Family Planning --
Maternal Mortality and Morbidity --
Pregnancy Care --
High-Risk Pregnancy --
Labor and Delivery --
Safe Motherhood Initiatives --
Care of the Newborn --
Low Birth Weight/Preterm Birth --
Postdelivery Care (Puerperium) --
Genetic and Birth Disorders --
Rhesus Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn --
Neural Tube Defects --
Cerebral Palsy --
Low Birth Weight and Developmental Disability --
Down Syndrome --
Cystic Fibrosis --
Sickle-Cell Disease --
Thalassemia --
Phenylketonuria --
Congenital Hypothyroidism --
Congenital Syphilis --
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome --
Tay--Sachs Disease --
Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency --
Familial Mediterranean Fever --
Infant and Child Health --
Fetal and Infant Mortality --
Infancy Care and Feeding. Contents note continued: Anticipatory Counseling --
Documentation, Records, and Monitoring --
Preschool Children (Age 1--5 Years) --
School and Adolescent Health --
Smoking --
Alcohol Abuse --
Drug Abuse --
Sexual Risk Behavior --
Dietary Risk Behavior --
Physical Activity --
Violence and Gang Behavior --
Adult Health --
Women's Health --
Men's Health --
Health of Older Adults --
Health Maintenance for Older Adults --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
7. Special Community Health Needs --
Introduction --
Mental Health --
Historical Changes in Methods of Treatment --
Mental Health Epidemiology --
Mental Disorder Syndromes --
Controversies in Mental Health Policies --
Community-Oriented Mental Health --
Prevention and Health Promotion --
Intellectual Disability --
Oral Health --
Fluoridation --
Periodontal Disease --
Dental Care --
Oral Cancer --
Physical Disability and Rehabilitation --
Special Croup Health Needs --
Cay and Lesbian Health --
Native Peoples' Health. Contents note continued: Prisoners' Health --
Migrant Population Health --
Homeless Population Health --
Refugee Health --
Military Medicine --
Health in Disasters --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
Mental Health --
Oral Health --
Disability and Rehabilitation --
Cay and Lesbian Health --
Native Peoples' Health --
Prisoners' Health --
Migrant and Refugee Health --
Military Medicine --
Disasters and Health --
8. Nutrition and Food Safety --
Introduction --
Development of Nutrition in Public Health --
Nutrition in a Global Context --
Nutrition and Infection --
Functions of Food --
Human Nutritional Requirements --
Carbohydrates --
Proteins --
Fats and Oils --
Vitamins --
Minerals and Trace Elements --
Growth --
Measuring Body Mass --
Recommended Dietary Intakes --
Disorders of Undernutrition --
Underweight: Protein---Energy Malnutrition --
Failure to Thrive --
Marasmus --
Kwashiorkor --
Micronutrient Deficiencies --
Osteoporosis --
Eating Disorders --
Diseases of Overnutrition. Contents note continued: Overweight/Obesity --
Diabetes Mellitus --
Cardiovascular Diseases --
Cancer --
Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation --
Promoting Healthy Diets and Lifestyles --
Dietary Guidelines --
Vitamin and Mineral Enrichment of Basic Foods --
Controversy in Food Enrichment --
Genetically Modified Foods --
Food and Nutrition Policy --
Evolution of a Federal Role --
Nutrition Issues in Development Policies --
Role of the Private Sector and Non-Governmental Organizations --
Role of Health Providers --
Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation --
Standard Reference Populations --
Measuring Deviation from the Reference Population --
Global Nutrition Targets for 2025 --
Food Quality and Safety --
Nutrition and the New Public Health --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
Recommended Reading --
Foodborne Illness, Nutrition, and Infectious Disease --
Monitoring Growth and Body Mass --
Nutrient Requirements, Recommended Dietary Intakes, and Dietary Guidelines. Contents note continued: Micronutrient Deficiency Conditions --
Vitamin D and Bone Health --
Nutrition, Obesity, and Chronic Disease --
Maternal/Child Nutrition and Survival --
Food Fortification --
Food and Nutrition Policy, and Food Security --
Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation --
9. Environmental and Occupational Health --
Environmental Health --
Introduction --
Global Environmental Issues --
Geographic and Environmental Epidemiology --
Environmental Targets --
Environment and Infectious Diseases --
Global Climate Change --
Environmental Impact on Health Burden of Disease --
Community Water Supplies --
Waterborne Diseases --
Waterborne Disease Surveillance and Prevalence, USA --
Water as a Global Resource --
Sewage Collection and Treatment --
Solid Waste --
Toxins --
Toxic Effects on Fertility --
Toxic Effects of Lead in the Environment --
Agricultural and Environmental Hazards --
Air Pollution --
The External Environment --
Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether --
Indoor Pollution. Contents note continued: Effects of Indoor Air Pollution --
Radon Gas --
Outdoor--Indoor Pollutants --
Biological Pollutants --
Built Environment and Health --
Hazardous or Toxic Wastes --
Minimata Disease --
Toxic Waste Management --
Radiation --
Ionizing Radiation --
Non-Ionizing Radiation --
Environmental Impact --
Emergency Events Involving Hazardous Substances --
Human-Caused Disasters --
War, Terrorism, and Genocide --
Preventing and Managing Environmental Emergencies --
Environmental Health Organization --
Occupational Health --
Introduction --
Development of Occupational Health --
The Health of Workers --
The Burden of Occupational Morbidity and Mortality --
Occupational Health Priorities in the USA --
International Issues in Occupational Health --
National and Management Responsibilities --
Standards and Monitoring --
Occupational Health Targets --
Occupational Injury --
Toxicity at the Workplace and in the Environment --
Lead --
Asbestos --
Silica. Contents note continued: Cotton Dust (Byssinosis) --
Vinyl Chloride --
Agent Orange --
Workplace Violence --
Occupational Health in Clinical Practice --
Inspecting the Place of Work --
Risk Assessment --
Preventing Disasters in the Workplace --
Occupation and The New Public Health --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
Environmental Health --
Occupational Health --
10.Organization of Public Health Systems --
Introduction --
Government and Health of the Nation --
Federal and Unitary States --
Checks and Balances in Health Authority --
Government and the Individual --
Functions of Public Health --
Regulatory Functions of Public Health Agencies --
Investigative Functions of Public Health --
Prevention of Injuries --
Methods of Providing or Assuring Services: Direct or Indirect? --
Non-Governmental Roles in Health --
Disasters and Public Health Preparedness --
Medical Practice and Public Health --
Incentives and Regulation --
Promotion of Research and Teaching. Contents note continued: Accreditation and Quality Regulation --
National Government Public Health Services --
State Government Public Health Services --
Local Health Authorities --
Accreditation of Public Health Departments --
Monitoring Health Status --
National Health Targets --
Universal Health Coverage and the New Public Health --
Hospitals in the New Public Health --
Hospital Classification --
Supply of Hospital Beds --
The Changing Role of the Hospital --
Innovations in Health Care Delivery --
The Uninsured as a Public Health Challenge --
US Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
Agencies and Organizations --
Recommended Reading --
11. Measuring Costs: The Economics of Health --
Introduction --
Economic Issues of Health Systems --
Investing in Health --
Basic Concepts in Health Economics --
Supply, Need, Demand, and Utilization of Health Services --
Normative Needs --
Felt Need --
Expressed Need --
Comparative Need. Contents note continued: Demand --
Supply --
Grossman's Demand Model --
Competition in Health Care --
Elasticities of Demand --
Measuring Costs --
Economic Measures of Health Status --
Cost--Benefit Analysis --
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis --
Basic Assessment Scheme for Intervention Costs and Consequences --
The Value of Human Life --
Health Financing: The Macroeconomic Level --
Costs of Illness --
Costs and Variations in Medical Practice --
Cost Containment --
Medical and Hospital Care: Microeconomics --
Payment for Doctors' Services --
Payment for Comprehensive Care --
Health Maintenance and Managed Care Organizations --
District Health Systems --
Paying for Hospital Care --
Capital Costs --
Hospital Supply, Utilization, and Costs --
Modified Market Forces --
Economics of Prevention --
Game Theory, Economics, and Health Policy --
Economics and the New Public Health --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
12. Planning and Managing Health Systems --
Introduction. Contents note continued: Health Policy and Planning as Context --
The Elements of Organizations --
Scientific Management --
Bureaucratic Pyramidal Organizations --
Organizations as Energy Systems --
Cybernetics and Management --
Target-Oriented Management --
Operations Research --
Management by Objectives --
Human Relations Management --
The Hawthorne Effect --
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs --
Theory X--Theory Y --
Network Organization --
Total Quality Management --
Changing Human Behavior --
Empowerment --
Strategic Management of Health Systems --
Health System Organization Models --
Functional Model --
Corporate Model --
Matrix Model --
Skills for Management --
The Chief Executive Officer of Health Organizations --
Community Participation --
Integration: Lateral and Vertical --
Norms and Performance Indicators --
Health Promotion and Advocacy --
Philanthropy and Volunteerism --
New Organizational Models --
New Projects and their Evaluation. Contents note continued: Competencies in Health Policy and Management --
Systems Approach and National Planning --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
Electronic Resources --
Recommended Reading --
13. National Health Systems --
Introduction --
Health Systems in the Industrialized Countries --
Evolution of Health Systems --
Social Insurance --
National Health Service --
National Health Insurance --
The United States --
Federal Health Initiatives --
Medicare and Medicaid --
The Changing Health Care Environment --
Health Information --
Health Targets --
Social Inequalities --
The Dilemma of the Uninsured --
Summary --
Canada --
Reform Pressures and Initiatives --
Provincial Health Reforms --
Health Status --
Summary --
The United Kingdom --
The National Health Service --
Reforms in the 1970s and 1980s --
Reforms Since 1990 --
Social and Regional Inequalities --
Health Promotion --
Health Reforms --
Primary Care Trusts --
Summary --
The Nordic Countries --
Sweden --
Denmark. Contents note continued: Norway --
Finland --
Western Europe --
Germany --
The Netherlands --
Russia --
The Soviet Model --
Epidemiological Transition --
Post-Soviet Reform --
Future Prospects --
Summary --
Israel --
Origins of the Israeli Health System --
Health Resources and Expenditures --
Health Reforms --
Mental Health --
Healthy Israel 2020 --
Quality Assurance --
Summary --
Health Systems in Developing Countries --
Federal Republic of Nigeria --
Female Genital Mutilation --
Communicable Diseases --
Non-Communicable Diseases --
Nigeria's Health System --
Millennium Development Goals --
Cancer --
HIV/AIDS --
Food Fortification/Malnutrition --
Health Reform --
Summary --
Latin America and the Caribbean --
Colombia --
Asia --
India --
China --
Japan --
Comparing National Health Systems --
Economic Issues in National Health Systems --
Reforming National Health Systems --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
International --
United States --
Canada --
United Kingdom --
Europe. Contents note continued: Nordic Countries, Germany, and the Netherlands --
Russia --
Israel --
Developing Countries --
Nigeria --
Latin America and the Caribbean --
Colombia --
India --
China --
Japan --
14. Human Resources for Health --
Introduction --
Overview of Human Resources --
Human Resources Planning --
Supply and Demand --
Medical Education --
Postgraduate Medical Training --
Specialization and Family Practice --
Training in Preventive Medicine --
Nursing Education --
In-Service and Continuing Education --
Accreditation of Health Professional Educational or Training Facilities --
The Range of Health Disciplines --
Licensure and Supervision --
Constraints on the Health Care Provider --
Other Health Professions --
Expanding Roles in Primary Care --
Nurse Practitioners --
Physician Assistants --
Feldshers --
Community Health Workers --
Alternative Medicine --
Changing the Balance --
Education for Public Health and Health Management. Contents note continued: Core Elements for Master of Public Health Programs --
Ranking Universities --
Field Epidemiology --
Public Health Education in Europe --
Health Policy and Management of Human Resources --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
15. Health Technology, Quality, Law, and Ethics --
Introduction --
Innovation, Regulation, and Quality Control --
Appropriate Health Technology --
Priority Interventions in Low- and Medium-Income Countries --
Priority Selection in High-Income Countries --
Health Technology Assessment --
Technology Assessment in Hospitals --
Technology Assessment in Prevention and Health Promotion --
Technology Assessment in National Health Systems --
Dissemination of Technology --
Diffusion of Technology --
Quality Assurance --
Adverse Events and Negligence --
Licensure and Certification --
Health Facility Accreditation --
Peer Review --
Tracer Conditions --
Setting Standards --
Algorithms and Clinical Guidelines --
Organization of Care. Contents note continued: Diagnosis-Related Groups --
Managed Care --
Performance Indicators --
Consumerism and Quality --
The Public Interest --
Total Quality Management --
Public Health Law --
Environmental Health --
Public Health Law Reform --
Ethical Issues In Public Health --
Individual and Community Rights --
Tragic Deviations in Public Health Ethics --
Human Experimentation --
Ethics in Public Health Research --
Ethics in Patient Care --
Sanctity of Life Versus Euthanasia --
The Imperative to Act or Not Act in Public Health --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
Health Technology --
Quality --
Law --
Ethics --
16. Global Health --
Introduction --
The Global Health Situation --
Priorities in Global Health --
Poverty-Illness-Population--Environment --
Child Health --
Maternal Health --
Population Growth --
Malnutrition --
The Fight Against HIV/AIDS and Other Communicable Diseases --
Non-Communicable Diseases --
Disaster Management --
Environment. Contents note continued: Global Partnership for Development --
Development and Health --
Organization for International Health --
World Health Organization --
United Nations Children's Fund --
Non-Governmental Organizations --
The World Bank --
Trends in Global Health --
Emerging Infectious Disease Threats --
Expanding National Health Capacity --
Top-Down and Bottom-Up Development --
Global Health and the New Public Health --
Summary --
Note --
Bibliography --
Global Health --
International Organizations --
Global Health in the Future.
Responsibility: Theodore H. Tulchinsky, Elena A. Varavikova with Joan D. Bickford ; foreword by Jonathan Fielding.

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    schema:description "Contents note continued: Diagnosis-Related Groups -- Managed Care -- Performance Indicators -- Consumerism and Quality -- The Public Interest -- Total Quality Management -- Public Health Law -- Environmental Health -- Public Health Law Reform -- Ethical Issues In Public Health -- Individual and Community Rights -- Tragic Deviations in Public Health Ethics -- Human Experimentation -- Ethics in Public Health Research -- Ethics in Patient Care -- Sanctity of Life Versus Euthanasia -- The Imperative to Act or Not Act in Public Health -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- Health Technology -- Quality -- Law -- Ethics -- 16. Global Health -- Introduction -- The Global Health Situation -- Priorities in Global Health -- Poverty-Illness-Population--Environment -- Child Health -- Maternal Health -- Population Growth -- Malnutrition -- The Fight Against HIV/AIDS and Other Communicable Diseases -- Non-Communicable Diseases -- Disaster Management -- Environment."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Global Partnership for Development -- Development and Health -- Organization for International Health -- World Health Organization -- United Nations Children's Fund -- Non-Governmental Organizations -- The World Bank -- Trends in Global Health -- Emerging Infectious Disease Threats -- Expanding National Health Capacity -- Top-Down and Bottom-Up Development -- Global Health and the New Public Health -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- Global Health -- International Organizations -- Global Health in the Future."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: The Family Unit -- Preventive Health through Life Stages -- The Family Physician Cannot do All This Alone -- Maternal Health -- Fertility -- Public Health Challenges of Fertility -- Family Planning -- Maternal Mortality and Morbidity -- Pregnancy Care -- High-Risk Pregnancy -- Labor and Delivery -- Safe Motherhood Initiatives -- Care of the Newborn -- Low Birth Weight/Preterm Birth -- Postdelivery Care (Puerperium) -- Genetic and Birth Disorders -- Rhesus Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn -- Neural Tube Defects -- Cerebral Palsy -- Low Birth Weight and Developmental Disability -- Down Syndrome -- Cystic Fibrosis -- Sickle-Cell Disease -- Thalassemia -- Phenylketonuria -- Congenital Hypothyroidism -- Congenital Syphilis -- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome -- Tay--Sachs Disease -- Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency -- Familial Mediterranean Fever -- Infant and Child Health -- Fetal and Infant Mortality -- Infancy Care and Feeding."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Effects of Indoor Air Pollution -- Radon Gas -- Outdoor--Indoor Pollutants -- Biological Pollutants -- Built Environment and Health -- Hazardous or Toxic Wastes -- Minimata Disease -- Toxic Waste Management -- Radiation -- Ionizing Radiation -- Non-Ionizing Radiation -- Environmental Impact -- Emergency Events Involving Hazardous Substances -- Human-Caused Disasters -- War, Terrorism, and Genocide -- Preventing and Managing Environmental Emergencies -- Environmental Health Organization -- Occupational Health -- Introduction -- Development of Occupational Health -- The Health of Workers -- The Burden of Occupational Morbidity and Mortality -- Occupational Health Priorities in the USA -- International Issues in Occupational Health -- National and Management Responsibilities -- Standards and Monitoring -- Occupational Health Targets -- Occupational Injury -- Toxicity at the Workplace and in the Environment -- Lead -- Asbestos -- Silica."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Demand -- Supply -- Grossman's Demand Model -- Competition in Health Care -- Elasticities of Demand -- Measuring Costs -- Economic Measures of Health Status -- Cost--Benefit Analysis -- Cost-Effectiveness Analysis -- Basic Assessment Scheme for Intervention Costs and Consequences -- The Value of Human Life -- Health Financing: The Macroeconomic Level -- Costs of Illness -- Costs and Variations in Medical Practice -- Cost Containment -- Medical and Hospital Care: Microeconomics -- Payment for Doctors' Services -- Payment for Comprehensive Care -- Health Maintenance and Managed Care Organizations -- District Health Systems -- Paying for Hospital Care -- Capital Costs -- Hospital Supply, Utilization, and Costs -- Modified Market Forces -- Economics of Prevention -- Game Theory, Economics, and Health Policy -- Economics and the New Public Health -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- 12. Planning and Managing Health Systems -- Introduction."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Anticipatory Counseling -- Documentation, Records, and Monitoring -- Preschool Children (Age 1--5 Years) -- School and Adolescent Health -- Smoking -- Alcohol Abuse -- Drug Abuse -- Sexual Risk Behavior -- Dietary Risk Behavior -- Physical Activity -- Violence and Gang Behavior -- Adult Health -- Women's Health -- Men's Health -- Health of Older Adults -- Health Maintenance for Older Adults -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- 7. Special Community Health Needs -- Introduction -- Mental Health -- Historical Changes in Methods of Treatment -- Mental Health Epidemiology -- Mental Disorder Syndromes -- Controversies in Mental Health Policies -- Community-Oriented Mental Health -- Prevention and Health Promotion -- Intellectual Disability -- Oral Health -- Fluoridation -- Periodontal Disease -- Dental Care -- Oral Cancer -- Physical Disability and Rehabilitation -- Special Croup Health Needs -- Cay and Lesbian Health -- Native Peoples' Health."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Cotton Dust (Byssinosis) -- Vinyl Chloride -- Agent Orange -- Workplace Violence -- Occupational Health in Clinical Practice -- Inspecting the Place of Work -- Risk Assessment -- Preventing Disasters in the Workplace -- Occupation and The New Public Health -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- Environmental Health -- Occupational Health -- 10.Organization of Public Health Systems -- Introduction -- Government and Health of the Nation -- Federal and Unitary States -- Checks and Balances in Health Authority -- Government and the Individual -- Functions of Public Health -- Regulatory Functions of Public Health Agencies -- Investigative Functions of Public Health -- Prevention of Injuries -- Methods of Providing or Assuring Services: Direct or Indirect? -- Non-Governmental Roles in Health -- Disasters and Public Health Preparedness -- Medical Practice and Public Health -- Incentives and Regulation -- Promotion of Research and Teaching."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Nordic Countries, Germany, and the Netherlands -- Russia -- Israel -- Developing Countries -- Nigeria -- Latin America and the Caribbean -- Colombia -- India -- China -- Japan -- 14. Human Resources for Health -- Introduction -- Overview of Human Resources -- Human Resources Planning -- Supply and Demand -- Medical Education -- Postgraduate Medical Training -- Specialization and Family Practice -- Training in Preventive Medicine -- Nursing Education -- In-Service and Continuing Education -- Accreditation of Health Professional Educational or Training Facilities -- The Range of Health Disciplines -- Licensure and Supervision -- Constraints on the Health Care Provider -- Other Health Professions -- Expanding Roles in Primary Care -- Nurse Practitioners -- Physician Assistants -- Feldshers -- Community Health Workers -- Alternative Medicine -- Changing the Balance -- Education for Public Health and Health Management."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Epidemiological Transition -- Achievements of Public Health in the Twentieth Century -- Creating and Managing Health Systems -- Challenges in the Twenty-First Century -- Summary -- Historical Markers -- Note -- Bibliography -- 2. Expanding the Concept of Public Health -- Introduction -- Concepts of Public Health -- Evolution of Public Health -- Health and Disease -- The Host-Agent--Environment Paradigm -- The Expanded Host-Agent-Environment Paradigm -- The Natural History of Disease -- Society and Health -- Health Insurance Systems -- Health Promotion -- Social Determinants of Health -- Modes of Prevention -- Health Promotion -- Health Protection -- Primary Prevention -- Secondary Prevention -- Tertiary Prevention -- Demographic and Epidemiological Transition -- Interdependence of Health Services -- Defining Public Health -- Social Medicine and Community Health -- Social Hygiene, Eugenics, and Corruption of Public Health Concepts -- Medical Ecology."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Host-Agent-Environment Triad -- Classifications of Communicable Diseases -- Modes of Transmission of Disease -- Immunity -- Surveillance -- Healthcare-Associated Infections -- Endemic and Epidemic Disease -- Epidemic Investigation -- Control of Communicable Diseases -- Treatment -- Methods of Prevention -- Vaccine-Preventable Diseases -- Immunization Coverage -- Vaccine Regulation, Schedules, and Programs -- Essentials of an Immunization Program -- Regulation of Vaccines -- Vaccine Development -- Connections Between Infectious and Chronic Diseases -- Control and Eradication of Infectious Diseases -- Success in Eradicating Smallpox -- Eradication of Poliomyelitis -- Future Candidates for Disease -- Eradication -- Criteria for Eradicable Diseases -- Directly Observed Therapy Short Course (DOTS) -- Vectorborne Diseases -- Malaria -- Rickettsial Infections -- Arboviruses (Arthropod-Borne Viral Diseases) -- Lyme Disease -- Neglected Tropical Diseases."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Prisoners' Health -- Migrant Population Health -- Homeless Population Health -- Refugee Health -- Military Medicine -- Health in Disasters -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- Mental Health -- Oral Health -- Disability and Rehabilitation -- Cay and Lesbian Health -- Native Peoples' Health -- Prisoners' Health -- Migrant and Refugee Health -- Military Medicine -- Disasters and Health -- 8. Nutrition and Food Safety -- Introduction -- Development of Nutrition in Public Health -- Nutrition in a Global Context -- Nutrition and Infection -- Functions of Food -- Human Nutritional Requirements -- Carbohydrates -- Proteins -- Fats and Oils -- Vitamins -- Minerals and Trace Elements -- Growth -- Measuring Body Mass -- Recommended Dietary Intakes -- Disorders of Undernutrition -- Underweight: Protein---Energy Malnutrition -- Failure to Thrive -- Marasmus -- Kwashiorkor -- Micronutrient Deficiencies -- Osteoporosis -- Eating Disorders -- Diseases of Overnutrition."@en ;
    schema:description "Machine generated contents note: 1.A History of Public Health -- Introduction -- Prehistoric Societies -- The Ancient World -- The Early Medieval Period (Fifth to Tenth Centuries CE) -- The Late Medieval Period (Eleventh to Fifteenth Centuries) -- The Renaissance (1400--1600s) -- Enlightenment, Science, and Revolution (1600s--1800s) -- Eighteenth-Century Reforms -- Applied Epidemiology -- Jenner and Vaccination -- Foundations of Health Statistics and Epidemiology -- Social Reform and the Sanitary Movement (1830--1875) -- Social Security -- Snow on Cholera -- The Germ and Miasma Theories -- Hospital Reform -- The Bacteriological Revolution -- Pasteur, Cohn, Koch, and Lister -- The Basis of Genetics -- Vectorborne Disease -- Microbiology and Immunology -- Poliomyelitis -- Advances in Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases -- Infections and Chronic Diseases -- Maternal and Child Health -- Nutrition in Public Health -- Military Medicine -- Globalization of Health."@en ;
    schema:description "The book provides a unified approach to public health appropriate for all masters' level students and practitioners-specifically for courses in MPH programs, community health and preventive medicine programs, community health education programs, community health nursing programs."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Overweight/Obesity -- Diabetes Mellitus -- Cardiovascular Diseases -- Cancer -- Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation -- Promoting Healthy Diets and Lifestyles -- Dietary Guidelines -- Vitamin and Mineral Enrichment of Basic Foods -- Controversy in Food Enrichment -- Genetically Modified Foods -- Food and Nutrition Policy -- Evolution of a Federal Role -- Nutrition Issues in Development Policies -- Role of the Private Sector and Non-Governmental Organizations -- Role of Health Providers -- Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation -- Standard Reference Populations -- Measuring Deviation from the Reference Population -- Global Nutrition Targets for 2025 -- Food Quality and Safety -- Nutrition and the New Public Health -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- Recommended Reading -- Foodborne Illness, Nutrition, and Infectious Disease -- Monitoring Growth and Body Mass -- Nutrient Requirements, Recommended Dietary Intakes, and Dietary Guidelines."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: The New Public Health -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- 3. Measuring, Monitoring, and Evaluating the Health of a Population -- Introduction -- Demography -- Fertility -- Population Pyramid -- Life Expectancy -- Epidemiology -- Social Epidemiology -- Epidemiology in Building Health Policy -- Definitions and Methods of Epidemiology -- Rates and Ratios -- Measures of Disease Occurrence or Morbidity -- Prevalence Rates -- Measures of Mortality -- Social Classification -- Sentinel Events -- The Burden of Disease -- Years of Potential Life Lost -- Qualitative Measures of Morbidity and Mortality -- Measurement -- Research and Survey Methods -- Variables -- The Null Hypothesis -- Confounders -- Sampling -- Random Sampling -- Normal Distribution -- Standardization of Rates -- Direct Method of Standardization -- Indirect Method of Standardization -- Potential Errors in Measurement -- Reliability -- Validity -- Screening for Disease -- Epidemiological Studies."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Micronutrient Deficiency Conditions -- Vitamin D and Bone Health -- Nutrition, Obesity, and Chronic Disease -- Maternal/Child Nutrition and Survival -- Food Fortification -- Food and Nutrition Policy, and Food Security -- Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation -- 9. Environmental and Occupational Health -- Environmental Health -- Introduction -- Global Environmental Issues -- Geographic and Environmental Epidemiology -- Environmental Targets -- Environment and Infectious Diseases -- Global Climate Change -- Environmental Impact on Health Burden of Disease -- Community Water Supplies -- Waterborne Diseases -- Waterborne Disease Surveillance and Prevalence, USA -- Water as a Global Resource -- Sewage Collection and Treatment -- Solid Waste -- Toxins -- Toxic Effects on Fertility -- Toxic Effects of Lead in the Environment -- Agricultural and Environmental Hazards -- Air Pollution -- The External Environment -- Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether -- Indoor Pollution."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Core Elements for Master of Public Health Programs -- Ranking Universities -- Field Epidemiology -- Public Health Education in Europe -- Health Policy and Management of Human Resources -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- 15. Health Technology, Quality, Law, and Ethics -- Introduction -- Innovation, Regulation, and Quality Control -- Appropriate Health Technology -- Priority Interventions in Low- and Medium-Income Countries -- Priority Selection in High-Income Countries -- Health Technology Assessment -- Technology Assessment in Hospitals -- Technology Assessment in Prevention and Health Promotion -- Technology Assessment in National Health Systems -- Dissemination of Technology -- Diffusion of Technology -- Quality Assurance -- Adverse Events and Negligence -- Licensure and Certification -- Health Facility Accreditation -- Peer Review -- Tracer Conditions -- Setting Standards -- Algorithms and Clinical Guidelines -- Organization of Care."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Low Back and Neck Pain Syndromes -- Neurological Disorders -- Alzheimer's Disease -- Parkinson's Disease -- Multiple Sclerosis -- Epilepsy or Seizures -- Brain and Spinal Cord Injury -- Visual Disorders -- Hearing Disorders -- Non-Communicable Diseases and the New Public Health -- Integrated Non-Communicable Disease Prevention and Control -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- Recommended Reading -- Global Burden of Non-Communicable -- Diseases -- Social Determinants, Environment, and Economics of Non-Communicable Diseases -- Risk Factors, Health Promotion, and Prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases -- Smoking -- Diet, Physical Activity, and Obesity -- Infectious Diseases and Non-Communicable Diseases -- Hypertension and Cardiovascular Diseases -- Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes Mellitus, and End-Stage Renal Disease -- Cancer -- Trauma, Violence, Injury, and Suicide -- Chronic Lung Disease -- Disabling Conditions -- 6. Family Health -- Introduction."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Norway -- Finland -- Western Europe -- Germany -- The Netherlands -- Russia -- The Soviet Model -- Epidemiological Transition -- Post-Soviet Reform -- Future Prospects -- Summary -- Israel -- Origins of the Israeli Health System -- Health Resources and Expenditures -- Health Reforms -- Mental Health -- Healthy Israel 2020 -- Quality Assurance -- Summary -- Health Systems in Developing Countries -- Federal Republic of Nigeria -- Female Genital Mutilation -- Communicable Diseases -- Non-Communicable Diseases -- Nigeria's Health System -- Millennium Development Goals -- Cancer -- HIV/AIDS -- Food Fortification/Malnutrition -- Health Reform -- Summary -- Latin America and the Caribbean -- Colombia -- Asia -- India -- China -- Japan -- Comparing National Health Systems -- Economic Issues in National Health Systems -- Reforming National Health Systems -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- International -- United States -- Canada -- United Kingdom -- Europe."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Observational Studies -- Experimental Epidemiology -- Establishing Causal Relationships -- Notification of Diseases -- Special Registries and Reporting Systems -- Disease Classification -- Hospital Discharge Information -- Health Information Systems (Informatics) -- WHO European Region Health for All Database -- Surveillance, Reporting, and Publication -- Assessing the Health of the Individual -- Assessment of Population Health -- Defining the Population -- Health Care Financing and Organization -- Health Care Resources -- Utilization of Services -- Health Care Outcomes -- Quality of Care -- Self-Assessment of Health -- Costs and Benefits -- Effects of Intervention -- Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods -- From Health Information to Knowledge to Policy -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- 4.Communicable Diseases -- Introduction -- Public Health and the Control of Communicable Disease -- The Nature of Communicable Disease."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Health Policy and Planning as Context -- The Elements of Organizations -- Scientific Management -- Bureaucratic Pyramidal Organizations -- Organizations as Energy Systems -- Cybernetics and Management -- Target-Oriented Management -- Operations Research -- Management by Objectives -- Human Relations Management -- The Hawthorne Effect -- Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs -- Theory X--Theory Y -- Network Organization -- Total Quality Management -- Changing Human Behavior -- Empowerment -- Strategic Management of Health Systems -- Health System Organization Models -- Functional Model -- Corporate Model -- Matrix Model -- Skills for Management -- The Chief Executive Officer of Health Organizations -- Community Participation -- Integration: Lateral and Vertical -- Norms and Performance Indicators -- Health Promotion and Advocacy -- Philanthropy and Volunteerism -- New Organizational Models -- New Projects and their Evaluation."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Community-Oriented Primary Care -- The World Health Organization's Definition of Health -- Alma-Ata: Health for All -- Selective Primary Care -- The Risk Approach -- The Case for Action -- Political Economy and Health -- Social, Behavioral, and Political Sciences -- Health and Development -- Health Systems: The Case for Reform -- Advocacy and Consumerism -- Professional Advocacy and Resistance -- Consumerism -- The Health Field Concept -- The Value of Medical Care in Public Health -- Health Targets -- US Health Targets -- European Health Targets -- UK Health Targets -- Individual and Community Participation in Health -- Founding of Health Promotion: The Ottawa Charter of 1986 -- State and Community Models of Health Promotion -- Healthy Cities/Towns/Municipalities -- Human Ecology and Health Promotion -- Defining Public Health Standards -- Integrative Approaches to Public Health -- Achievements of Public Health -- The Future of Public Health."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Competencies in Health Policy and Management -- Systems Approach and National Planning -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- Electronic Resources -- Recommended Reading -- 13. National Health Systems -- Introduction -- Health Systems in the Industrialized Countries -- Evolution of Health Systems -- Social Insurance -- National Health Service -- National Health Insurance -- The United States -- Federal Health Initiatives -- Medicare and Medicaid -- The Changing Health Care Environment -- Health Information -- Health Targets -- Social Inequalities -- The Dilemma of the Uninsured -- Summary -- Canada -- Reform Pressures and Initiatives -- Provincial Health Reforms -- Health Status -- Summary -- The United Kingdom -- The National Health Service -- Reforms in the 1970s and 1980s -- Reforms Since 1990 -- Social and Regional Inequalities -- Health Promotion -- Health Reforms -- Primary Care Trusts -- Summary -- The Nordic Countries -- Sweden -- Denmark."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Accreditation and Quality Regulation -- National Government Public Health Services -- State Government Public Health Services -- Local Health Authorities -- Accreditation of Public Health Departments -- Monitoring Health Status -- National Health Targets -- Universal Health Coverage and the New Public Health -- Hospitals in the New Public Health -- Hospital Classification -- Supply of Hospital Beds -- The Changing Role of the Hospital -- Innovations in Health Care Delivery -- The Uninsured as a Public Health Challenge -- US Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- Agencies and Organizations -- Recommended Reading -- 11. Measuring Costs: The Economics of Health -- Introduction -- Economic Issues of Health Systems -- Investing in Health -- Basic Concepts in Health Economics -- Supply, Need, Demand, and Utilization of Health Services -- Normative Needs -- Felt Need -- Expressed Need -- Comparative Need."@en ;
    schema:description "Contents note continued: Echinococcosis -- Tapeworm -- Onchocerciasis -- Dracunculiasis -- Schistosomiasis -- Leishmaniasis -- Trypanosomiasis -- Other Parasitic Diseases -- Legionnaire's Disease -- Leprosy -- Sexually Transmitted Infections -- Syphilis -- Gonorrhea -- Chancroid -- Herpes Simplex -- Chlamydia -- Trachoma -- Trichomoniasis -- Human Papillomavirus -- Control of Sexually Transmitted Infections -- HIV/AIDS -- Diarrheal Diseases -- Salmonella -- Shigella -- Escherichia coli -- Cholera -- Viral Gastroenteritis -- Parasitic Gastroenteritis -- A Program Approach to Diarrheal Disease Control -- Acute Respiratory Infections -- Inequalities in Control of Communicable Diseases -- Communicable Disease Control in the New Public Health -- Summary -- Note -- Bibliography -- 5. Non-Communicable Diseases and Conditions -- Introduction -- The Rise and Spread of Chronic Disease -- Environment and Lifestyle -- Global Burden of Mortality."@en ;
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