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Understanding global health [publication] /

by Markle, William H [edt]; Fisher, Melanie A [edt]; Smego, Raymond A [edt].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: A Lange medical book.Publisher: New York ; Chicago [etc.] : McGraw-Hill, 2007, cop. 2007Description: XVIII, 362 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780071487849; 0071487840.SAPHIR theme(s): Santé publiqueMeSH subject(s): World Health | Public HealthPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: [Contents]: 1. Global health : past, present and future. - 2. The global burden of disease. - 3. Epidemiology, biostatistics and surveillance. - 4. The health of women/mothers and children. - 5. Environmental health in the global context. - 6. Nutrition. - 7. Primary care in global health. - 8. Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS. - 9. War, catastrophes, displaced persons, refugees, and terrorism. - 10. Injury and global health. - 11. Aging populations and chronic illness. - 12. Emerging diseases and antimicrobial resistance. - 13. Global health communications, social marketing, and emerging information technologies. - 14. Economics and global health. - 15. Health systems, management, and organization in low and middle income countries. - 16. Global health ethics. - 17. Education and careers in global health.
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[Contents]: 1. Global health : past, present and future. - 2. The global burden of disease. - 3. Epidemiology, biostatistics and surveillance. - 4. The health of women/mothers and children. - 5. Environmental health in the global context. - 6. Nutrition. - 7. Primary care in global health. - 8. Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS. - 9. War, catastrophes, displaced persons, refugees, and terrorism. - 10. Injury and global health. - 11. Aging populations and chronic illness. - 12. Emerging diseases and antimicrobial resistance. - 13. Global health communications, social marketing, and emerging information technologies. - 14. Economics and global health. - 15. Health systems, management, and organization in low and middle income countries. - 16. Global health ethics. - 17. Education and careers in global health.