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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael G Tyshenko; Cathy Paterson; Canadian Electronic Library (Firm)
|Description:||1 online resource (xii, 451 p.)|
|Contents:||Part one: SARS in Canada. SARS timeline : what happened when in Canada --
Emergency room culture and dealing with SARS --
Properties of coronaviruses and factors contributing to SARS transmission --
The SARS experience --
The social amplification of rish and SARS as a risk issue --
The stigma of SARS and its effect on people and places --
The need for sex- and gender-sensitive supports for healthcare workers during infectious disease outbreaks --
SARS hospitals and infectious disease response --
Public SARS reports : recommendations from expert panels --
Part two: Risk Communication and pandemic disease. Risk communication of SARS in Canada --
SARS and risk communication in other affected countries --
Avian influenza --
Emergancy preparedness for future pandemics : lessons from SARS.
|Series Title:||McGill-Queen's/Associated Medical Services studies in the history of medicine, health, and society, 34.|
|Responsibility:||Michael G. Tyshenko ; with assistance from Cathy Paterson.|
"Tyshenko's qualifications as a scientist, coupled with the voice of a frontline nurse, give this work a very special character. Written in an accessible style, with solid scientific grounding, SARS
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- MEDICAL / Forensic Medicine
- MEDICAL / Preventive Medicine
- MEDICAL / Public Health
- SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural