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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Risk communication and public health.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2010
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter Bennett, Dr.; Oxford University Press.
|ISBN:||9780191575853 0191575852 9780191722523 0191722529|
|Description:||1 online resource (xxvi, 339 pages) : illustrations, maps|
|Contents:||PART 1: RISK, COMMUNICATION AND THE PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF UNCERTAINTY IN PUBLIC HEALTH ; 1. Understanding public responses to risk ; 2. Bringing light to the shadows and shadows to the light: risk, risk management and risk communication ; 3. Consumer perceptions of the risks and benefits associated with food hazards ; 4. The social amplification of risk framework (SARP): Theory, critiques and policy implications ; 5. From trouble to trauma: the need for public-private health partnerships ; PART 2: PUBLIC HEALTH RISK COMMUNICATION IN PRACTICE ; 6. The role of the media in public health crises: Perspectives from the UK and Europe ; 7. Where do we go from here? The evacuation of city centres and the communication of public health risks from extreme threats ; 8. Radiation in London: managing risk communication in the Litvinenko affair ; 9. Risk Communication in the British Pertussis and MMR Vaccine Controversies ; 10. Risk communication and pandemic influenza ; 11. CJD: risk communication in a health care setting ; 12. Contesting the science: public health knowledge and action in controversial land-use developments ; 13. A Precautionary tale - the role of the precautionary principle in policy making for public health ; PART 3: FROM THE INSIDE LOOKING OUT, LOOKING IN - ORGANISATIONAL ISSUES AROUND PREPARATION AND RESPONSE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH RISKS ; 14. Changes to food risk management and communication ; 15. Communicating across publics and between organisations: the case of childhood accidents ; 16. Exporting Pandora's Box - Exploitation, risk communication and public health problems associated with the export of hazard ; 17. Communication about persistent environmental risks: problems of knowledge exchange and potential of participative techniques ; 18. Geographical information systems as a means for communicating about public health ; 19. Exploring and Communicating Risks: Scenario-based workshops ; 20. Embedding better practice in risk communication and public health|
|Responsibility:||edited by Peter Bennett [and others].|
Review from previous edition Anyone involved in risk communication should find this book useful. It is up to date and well referenced and indexed. BMJ This is a risky book. It is published at a time
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