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Access to Primary Care and Preventative Health Services of Migrants

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Aldo Rosano, editor. --Cham: Springer , c2018.
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This salient volume surveys the state of access to primary care and preventive health services by migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers across Europe. Experts in public health and allied fields identify obstacles to healthcare interventions for migrants, including costs, legal status, health-related behaviors and beliefs, and cultural and language barriers. The book includes the latest data concerning access to specific preventive services (e.g., vaccinations, colorectal screenings), specific …
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Rosano, Aldo
Responsibility
Aldo Rosano, editor
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2018
Physical Description
1 online resource (x, 115 p.) : 3 illus., 1 illus. in color
Series Title
SpringerBriefs in public health
ISBN
9783319736303
9783319736297 (print ed.)
9783319736310 (print ed.)
ISSN
2192-3698
Subjects (MeSH)
Emigrants and Immigrants
Health Policy
Health Services Accessibility
Preventive Health Services
Refugees
Transients and Migrants
Other Subjects
Europe
Specialty
Minority Health
Abstract
This salient volume surveys the state of access to primary care and preventive health services by migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers across Europe. Experts in public health and allied fields identify obstacles to healthcare interventions for migrants, including costs, legal status, health-related behaviors and beliefs, and cultural and language barriers. The book includes the latest data concerning access to specific preventive services (e.g., vaccinations, colorectal screenings), specific issues of women and sexual minorities, and the potential for health promotion in prevention. Best practices for improving access are outlined as a basis for public health and policy directives toward reducing health disparities between migrant and native populations. Among the topics covered: Access to medical examination for prevention among migrants Access and barriers to infant vaccinations, female cancer screening and colorectal screening among migrant populations; Provision and policy gap between the primary and preventive care required by and the care provided to LGBTQ+ migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers; Health related lifestyles and intermediate health conditions of migrants; Quality of primary healthcare and preventive health services provided to migrants; Adaptations of primary health care for migrants; Access to primary health care and policies on migration and health at a time of economic crisis. Dedicated to bridging research and policy gaps in this vital area, Primary Care Access and Preventive Health Services of Migrants is intended for an international audience of academics, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners in public health and related disciplines.
Contents
1. Foreword -- 2. Rights to primary care access and health prevention of non-nationals and migrants in the European Union Countries -- 3. Access and barriers to childhood immunization among migrant populations -- 4. Access to medical examination for primary prevention among migrants -- 5. Avoidable hospitalization among migrants and ethnic minorities in western countries -- 6. Female migrants' attitudes and access to cervical and breast cancer screening in Europe -- 7. Access to colorectal screening -- 8. Health-related lifestyles among migrants -- 9. Adaptation of primary health care for migrants: recommendations and best practices -- 10. Health policies, patterns, and barriers to migrants' access to primary health care -- 11. Access to primary care and preventive health services of LGBTQ+ migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers -- 12. Concluding remarks.
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Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinos

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Amelie G. Ramirez, Edward J. Trapido, editors. --Cham: SpringerOpen , c2020.
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This open access book gives an overview of the sessions, panel discussions, and outcomes of the Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinos conference, held in February 2018 in San Antonio, Texas, USA, and hosted by the Mays Cancer Center and the Institute for Health Promotion Research at UT Health San Antonio. Latinos – the largest, youngest, and fastest-growing minority group in the United States – are expected to face a 142% rise in cancer cases in coming years. Although there has been substa…
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Ramirez, Amelie G.
Trapido, Edward J.
Responsibility
Amelie G. Ramirez, Edward J. Trapido, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
SpringerOpen
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xvii, 329 p.) : 18 illus., 13 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030292867
9783030292850 (Print ed.)
9783030292874 (Print ed.)
9783030292881 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Health Policy
Health Promotion
Health Status Disparities
Hispanic Americans
Minority Health
Neoplasms - ethnology
Subjects (LCSH)
Health promotion
Oncology  
Social structure
Social inequality
Cancer research
Other Subjects
United States
Specialty
Population Health
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This open access book gives an overview of the sessions, panel discussions, and outcomes of the Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinos conference, held in February 2018 in San Antonio, Texas, USA, and hosted by the Mays Cancer Center and the Institute for Health Promotion Research at UT Health San Antonio. Latinos – the largest, youngest, and fastest-growing minority group in the United States – are expected to face a 142% rise in cancer cases in coming years. Although there has been substantial advancement in cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment over the past few decades, addressing Latino cancer health disparities has not nearly kept pace with progress. The diverse and dynamic group of speakers and panelists brought together at the Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinos conference provided in-depth insights as well as progress and actionable goals for Latino-focused basic science research, clinical best practices, community interventions, and what can be done by way of prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer in Latinos. These insights have been translated into the chapters included in this compendium. The chapters summarize the presentations and include current knowledge in the specific topic areas, identified gaps, and top priority areas for future cancer research in Latinos. Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinos proves to be an indispensable resource offering key insights into actionable targets for basic science research, suggestions for clinical best practices and community interventions, and novel strategies and advocacy opportunities to reduce health disparities in Latino communities. It will find an engaged audience among researchers, academics, physicians and other healthcare professionals, patient advocates, students, and others with an interest in the broad field of Latino cancer.
Contents
Part I. Introduction -- 1. Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinos -- Part II. Genetics, Environment, Lifestyle, and Cancer -- 2. Disaggregated Hispanic Groups and Cancer: Importance, Methodology and Current Knowledge -- 3. Colorectal Cancer Disparities in Latinos: Genes vs. Environment -- Part III. Cancer Risk, Prevention, and Screening -- 4. Breast Cancer Risk and Mortality in Women of Latin American Origin -- 5. Prostate Cancer in U.S. Latinos: What Have We Learned and Where Should We Focus Our Attention -- 6. Differential Cancer Risk in Latinos: The Role of Diet -- Part IV. The Biology of Cancer Health Disparities -- 7. Biomarkers of Gastric Pre-Malignant Lesions -- 8. Molecular Subtypes and Driver Mutations in Latinos with Gastric Cancer: Implications for Etiological and Translational Research -- 9. The Biology of Breast Cancer Disparities in Hispanics: Current Knowledge, Gaps and Research Opportunities -- 10. Molecular Profiles of Breast Cancer in Hispanic/Latina -- Part V. Advances in Cancer Therapy and Clinical Trials -- 11. Biomarkers and Precision Medicine in Oncology Practice and Clinical Trials -- 12. Overcoming Barriers for Latinos on Cancer Clinical Trials -- Part VI. Cancer in the Era of Precision Medicine -- 13. Breast Cancer Precision Medicine in Hispanics/Latinas: Focus on Luminal B Tumors -- 14. Is Precision Medicine Widening Cancer Care Disparities in Latino Populations? The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Experience -- Part VII. Cancer Outcomes and Survivorship in Latinos -- 15. A Vision for Improving Quality of Life Among Spanish-Speaking Latina Breast Cancer Survivors -- 16. Research Democracy in a Randomized Controlled Trial: Engaging Multiple Stakeholders in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research -- Part VIII. Engaging Latinos in Cancer Research -- 17. Es Tiempo: Engaging Latinas in Cervical Cancer Research -- 18. Reaching Latinos Through Social Media and SMS for Smoking Cessation -- 19. The Need for a Holistic Approach to Prevent Reproductive Cancers among US Latinas: The Potential Impact of Normalizing Sexuality and Improving Communication -- 20. Critical Steps for Engaging Hispanics in Cancer Research: Building Capacity to Enhance Participation in Biospecimen Donation with Hispanic Communities -- Part IX Charting the Future of Cancer Health Disparities Research in Latinos -- 21. Emerging Policies in US Health Care -- 22. A Way Forward: The Future of Cancer Health Disparities Research in Latinos.
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Affirmative Mental Health Care for Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth : A Clinical Guide

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Aron Janssen, Scott Leibowitz, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2018.
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This unique resource offers an in-depth, comprehensive look at different types of mental health needs of transgender and gender diverse youth, how these intersect with gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, and provides practical information on how to ethically, responsibly, and sensitively care for these patients. Affirmative Mental Health Care for Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth: A Clinical Guide begins with three introductory chapters which contain practical informa…
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Janssen, Aron
Leibowitz, Scott
Responsibility
Aron Janssen, Scott Leibowitz, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2018
Physical Description
1 online resource (xviii, 214 p.) : 4 illus. in color
ISBN
9783319783079
9783319783062 (print ed.)
9783319783086 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Adolescent Health Services
Gender Dysphoria
Gender Dysphoria - complications
Health Services for Transgender Persons
Mental Health Services
Sexual and Gender Minorities
Specialty
Mental Health Services
Minority Health
Sexual Health
Abstract
This unique resource offers an in-depth, comprehensive look at different types of mental health needs of transgender and gender diverse youth, how these intersect with gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, and provides practical information on how to ethically, responsibly, and sensitively care for these patients. Affirmative Mental Health Care for Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth: A Clinical Guide begins with three introductory chapters which contain practical information regarding assessment, psychological interventions, and the potential medical and surgical interventions that are indicated for youth with gender identity concerns. The remaining chapters are illustrated by multiple cases build around overarching chapter themes. Each case chapter opens with broad questions applicable to clinical practices, while the cases themselves focus on a particular co-occuring mental health condition. The case chapters are structured with intersectionality in mind, including elements of ethnic, racial, and cultural diversity, and the patients range over the full developmental spectrum, from pre-pubertal children to older adolescents. cases range in complexity as well, to provide readers with the tools they need to evaluate patients, and to assist in the decision of which presenting factors to prioritize in treatment at which time. Ending each chapter are clinical take-home messages, closing with additional practical knowledge that can be applied to other cases providers may see in their own practices. Written by expert clinicians in the field, Affirmative Mental Health Care for Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth: A Clinical Guide is an ideal resource not only for child and adolescent psychiatrists, but for clinicians across all mental health disciplines working with gender non-conforming youth, and who are interested in providing informed, affirmative, and intersectional care.
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1. Affirming and Gender-Informed Assessment of Gender Diverse and/or Transgender Youth Across Development -- 2. Social Gender Transition and the Psychological Interventions -- 3. Transgender Adolescents and the Gender Affirming Interventions: Pubertal Suppression, Hormones, Surgery, and Other Pharmacological Interventions -- 4. Gender Dysphoria and Family Dynamics, and Culture: A Case Composite -- 5. The Gender Nonbinary Adolescent -- 6. "I'm Here to Get Taller and Because I Want to be a Boy": A Case of Down-Turner Mosaicism in a Prepubescent Gender-Nonconforming Child -- 7. Pre-pubertal Children with Gender Dysphoria: A Case to Illustrate the Management of Co-Occurring Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Disruptive Behavior Disorders -- 8. Gender Dysphoria and Autism Spectrum Disorders -- 9. Anxiety and Gender Dysphoria -- 10. Childhood Gender Nonconformity and Trauma Recovery in a Transgender Latina: A Retrospective Case Example -- 11. Depression and Gender Dysphoria -- 12. Gender Dysphoria and Psychotic Spectrum Disorders -- 13. Gender Dysphoria and Multiple Co-Occurring Psychiatric Issues: Compare and Contrast.
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An introduction to indigenous health and healthcare in Canada : bridging health and healing

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Vasiliki Douglas. (2nd ed.) --New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company , c2022.
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This book is intended primarily to provide nursing students with an accessible guide to the health of Canadian First Nations, Me´tis and Inuit-the Indigenous peoples of Canada. It provides an explanation of how their values and worldview may differ from those of their colleagues but can still be accommodated within the profession.
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Douglas, Vasiliki
Responsibility
Vasiliki Douglas
Edition
2nd ed.
Alternate Title
Introduction to indigenous health and healthcare in Canada
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Publisher
Springer Publishing Company
Date of Publication
c2022
Physical Description
1 online resource
ISBN
9780826164124
Subjects (MeSH)
Indigenous Peoples
Minority Health
Health services, indigenous
Transcultural Nursing - methods
Culturally Competent Care
Canada
Other Subjects
Canada
Specialty
Minority Health
Social Medicine
Abstract
This book is intended primarily to provide nursing students with an accessible guide to the health of Canadian First Nations, Me´tis and Inuit-the Indigenous peoples of Canada. It provides an explanation of how their values and worldview may differ from those of their colleagues but can still be accommodated within the profession.
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Asian immigrants in North America with HIV/AIDS : stigma, vulnerabilities and human rights

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AKM Ahsan Ullah, Ahmed Shafiqul Huque. --Singapore: Springer , c2014.
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This book explores a number of issues related to the stigma arising from HIV/AIDS infection, perceived or actual discrimination from the community and society, and the extent of vulnerabilities for infected Asian refugees and immigrants. It assesses the health care and treatment regimen for HIV/AIDS accessed by immigrants and refugee claimants in North America, including treatments offered by the health-care system and ethnic communities, and their perceptions and biases relating to HIV/AIDS is…
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Ullah, A. K. M. Ahsan
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Huque, Ahmed Shafiqul
Responsibility
AKM Ahsan Ullah, Ahmed Shafiqul Huque
Place of Publication
Singapore
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2014
Physical Description
1 online resource (xix, 198 pages)
ISBN
9789812871190 (electronic bk.)
9789812871183
Subjects (MeSH)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Asian Continental Ancestry Group
Emigrants and Immigrants
HIV Infections
Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice
Minority Health
Social Stigma
Socioeconomic Factors
Other Subjects
Canada
Abstract
This book explores a number of issues related to the stigma arising from HIV/AIDS infection, perceived or actual discrimination from the community and society, and the extent of vulnerabilities for infected Asian refugees and immigrants. It assesses the health care and treatment regimen for HIV/AIDS accessed by immigrants and refugee claimants in North America, including treatments offered by the health-care system and ethnic communities, and their perceptions and biases relating to HIV/AIDS issues. On another level, the book identifies the ways in which HIV-sufferer immigrants and refugees/refugee claimants from Asia are vulnerable to discrimination due to 1) lack of information about HIV/AIDS incidence in the community; 2) inability of the health system to respond appropriately; and 3) the community's need for introspection on their own health issues. This book reveals the dynamics that influence choice, behavior, and lifestyle of HIV sufferer immigrants, adds to the existing knowledge about refugees and migrants, and proposes a unified theory of discrimination and stigmatization within the context of human rights. In addition, the book presents a number of policy recommendations based on empirical findings with a view to helping reshape polices regarding refugee HIV sufferers and their social ramifications. This book will be of interest to researchers and students in any field from social sciences, health and psychology, as well as practitioners in the field of development and public policy.
Contents
1. Refugees, Immigrants and HIV/AIDS -- 2. Understanding and Exploring HIV/AIDS and Discrimination -- 3. Poverty, Migrants and HIV/AIDS in Canada -- 4. Discrimination, Xenophobia and Stigmatization -- 5. Vulnerability and Resilience in Living with HIV/AIDS -- 6. Managing the Crisis and Policy Directions.
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Atlas of Black Skin

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Ali Moiin, editor. --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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As both experience and evidence-based findings indicate, specific dermatological conditions can prove harder to diagnose in patients with darker skin tones. Lack of knowledge or experience can compromise effective treatment and management, leading to lasting consequences for the patient. This atlas strives to supplement a lack of real world experience by providing more than 800 hundred high quality photographs and illustrations help guide physicians in treating the nuances of darker skinned pat…
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Moiin, Ali
Responsibility
Ali Moiin, editor
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiii, 236 p.) : 838 illus., 831 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030314859
9783030314842 (Print ed.)
9783030314866 (Print ed.)
9783030314873 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
African Continental Ancestry Group
Pigmentation Disorders - pathology
Skin Diseases - pathology
Specialty
Dermatology
Minority Health
Abstract
As both experience and evidence-based findings indicate, specific dermatological conditions can prove harder to diagnose in patients with darker skin tones. Lack of knowledge or experience can compromise effective treatment and management, leading to lasting consequences for the patient. This atlas strives to supplement a lack of real world experience by providing more than 800 hundred high quality photographs and illustrations help guide physicians in treating the nuances of darker skinned patient populations. Dr. Moiin's own professional experience in treating patients of color on a daily basis and the sheer volume with which he is acquainted with these diseases on darker skin, enable him to provide broader insight and include a myriad of photos to better illustrate diagnoses and treatment plans. Photos range from common to rare diseases to aid in delineating nuances in diseases. Since dermatology is a highly visual field, the focus is more on the images, while the text is comprehensive but concise and often bulleted to allow for practical use. Written for residents and practicing dermatologists and all other medical professionals, Atlas of Black Skin is an essential tool for practitioners looking to broaden the scope of their care.
Contents
1. Introduction: The Differences of Black Skin -- 2. Common Conditions in Skin of Color -- 3. Cutaneous Infections in Black Skin -- 4. Immunological Diseases -- 5. Keloids -- 6. Disorders of Hyperpigmentation -- 7. Disorders of Hypopigmentation -- 8. Diseases of the Scalp -- 9. Alopecia -- 10. Cancers Arising in Black Skin.
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Atlas of Dermatological Conditions in Populations of African Ancestry

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Claudia M.Y.A. Donkor, Jeannette Aryee-Boi, Itohan Roseline Osazuwa, Francis Kwame Afflu, Andrew F. Alexis. Springer , 2021.
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Claudia M.Y.A. Donkor, Jeannette Aryee-Boi, Itohan Roseline Osazuwa, Francis Kwame Afflu, Andrew F. Alexis
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
2021
Physical Description
1 online resource (xvii, 264 pages) : illustrations
ISBN
9783030726171
Specialty
Dermatology
Minority Health
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Autistic Community and the Neurodiversity Movement : Stories from the Frontline

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Steven K. Kapp, editor. --Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan , c2020.
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This open access book marks the first historical overview of the autism rights branch of the neurodiversity movement, describing the activities and rationales of key leaders in their own words since it organized into a unique community in 1992. Sandwiched by editorial chapters that include critical analysis, the book contains 19 chapters by 21 authors about the forming of the autistic community and neurodiversity movement, progress in their influence on the broader autism community and field, a…
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Kapp, Steven K.
Responsibility
Steven K. Kapp, editor
Place of Publication
Singapore
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xix, 330 p.) : 7 illus., 6 illus. in color
ISBN
9789811384370
9789811384363 (Print ed.)
9789811384387 (Print ed.)
9789811384394 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Cultural Diversity
Human Rights
Mental Health - ethics
Minority Health
Psychology, Social - ethics
Subjects (LCSH)
People with disabilities
Child psychiatry
Social work
Medical ethics
Specialty
Disability Studies
Minority Health
Psychiatry
Social Medicine
Abstract
This open access book marks the first historical overview of the autism rights branch of the neurodiversity movement, describing the activities and rationales of key leaders in their own words since it organized into a unique community in 1992. Sandwiched by editorial chapters that include critical analysis, the book contains 19 chapters by 21 authors about the forming of the autistic community and neurodiversity movement, progress in their influence on the broader autism community and field, and their possible threshold of the advocacy establishment. The actions covered are legendary in the autistic community, including manifestos such as “Don’t Mourn for Us”, mailing lists, websites or webpages, conferences, issue campaigns, academic project and journal, a book, and advisory roles. These actions have shifted the landscape toward viewing autism in social terms of human rights and identity to accept, rather than as a medical collection of deficits and symptoms to cure.
Contents
1. Introduction -- Part I: Gaining Community -- 2. Historicizing Jim Sinclair’s “Don’t Mourn for Us”: A Cultural and Intellectual History of Neurodiversity’s Origins -- 3. From Exclusion to Acceptance: Independent Living on the Autistic Spectrum -- 4. Autistic People Against Neuroleptic Abuse -- 5. Autistics.org and Finding our Voices as an Activist Movement -- 6. Losing -- Part II: Getting Heard -- 7. Neurodiversity.com: A Decade of Advocacy -- 8. Autscape -- 9. The Autistic Genocide Clock -- 10. Shifting the System: AASPIRE and the Loom of Science and Activism -- 11. Out of Searching Comes New Vibrance -- 12. Two Winding Parent Paths to Neurodiversity Advocacy -- 13. Lobbying Autism’s Diagnostic Revision in the DSM-5 -- 14. Torture in the Name of Treatment: The Mission to Stop the Shocks in the Age of Deinstitutionalization -- 15. Autonomy, the Critical Journal of Interdisciplinary Autism Studies -- 16. My Time with Autism Speaks -- 17. Covering the Politics of Neurodiversity: And Myself -- 18. “A Dream Deferred” No Longer: Backstory of the First Autism and Race Anthology -- Part III: Entering the Establishment? -- 19. Changing Paradigms: The Emergence of the Autism/Neurodiversity Manifesto -- 20. From Protest to Taskforce -- 21. Critiques of the Neurodiversity Movement -- 22. Conclusion.
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The Biopsychosocial Model of Health and Disease : New Philosophical and Scientific Developments

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Derek Bolton, Grant Gillett. --Cham: Palgrave Macmillan , c2019.
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‘This is an incredibly audacious book. Derek Bolton and Grant Gillett brilliantly succeed in providing the big picture that was lacking in the defense of the biopsychosocial model promoted by Engel 40 years ago.’ - Steeves Demazeux, Assistant Professor in philosophy, Bordeaux-Montaigne University, France This open access book is a systematic update of the philosophical and scientific foundations of the biopsychosocial model of health, disease and healthcare. First proposed by George Engel 40 ye…
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Bolton, Derek
Other Authors
Gillett, Grant
Responsibility
Derek Bolton, Grant Gillett
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Date of Publication
c2019
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiii, 149 p.)
ISBN
9783030118990
9783030118983 (Print ed.)
9783030119003 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Holistic Health
Philosophy, Medical
Social Medicine
Specialty
Public Health
Social Sciences
Abstract
‘This is an incredibly audacious book. Derek Bolton and Grant Gillett brilliantly succeed in providing the big picture that was lacking in the defense of the biopsychosocial model promoted by Engel 40 years ago.’ - Steeves Demazeux, Assistant Professor in philosophy, Bordeaux-Montaigne University, France This open access book is a systematic update of the philosophical and scientific foundations of the biopsychosocial model of health, disease and healthcare. First proposed by George Engel 40 years ago, the Biopsychosocial Model is much cited in healthcare settings worldwide, but has been increasingly criticised for being vague, lacking in content, and in need of reworking in the light of recent developments. The book confronts the rapid changes to psychological science, neuroscience, healthcare, and philosophy that have occurred since the model was first proposed and addresses key issues such as the model’s scientific basis, clinical utility, and philosophical coherence. The authors conceptualise biology and the psychosocial as in the same ontological space, interlinked by systems of communication-based regulatory control which constitute a new kind of causation. These are distinguished from physical and chemical laws, most clearly because they can break down, thus providing the basis for difference between health and disease. This work offers an urgent update to the model’s scientific and philosophical foundations, providing a new and coherent account of causal interactions between the biological, the psychological and social. Derek Bolton is Professor of Philosophy and Psychopathology at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London, UK. He was awarded a double first in Moral Sciences and a PhD in Philosophy at the University of Cambridge. His subsequent professional career was in clinical psychology and he has published extensively in philosophy of psychiatry as well as basic and clinical health science. Grant Gillett is Professor of Bioethics at the University of Otago, New Zealand. His professional career was in Neurosurgery, punctuated by a D. Phil. at Oxford University in philosophy of mind and meta-ethics. He has published extensively in neuroethics, philosophy of mind and language, philosophy of medicine (particularly psychiatry), and the philosophy of medical and social sciences.
Contents
1. The Biopsychosocial Model 40 Years On -- 1.1 Doing Well—But with Underlying Problems -- 1.2 Locating the Content of the Biopsychosocial Model -- 1.3 The General Model: Biopsychosocial Ontology and Interactions -- 2. Biology Involves Regulatory Control of Physical–Chemical Energetic Processes -- 2.1 The New Biology/Biomedicine -- 2.2 The Limitations of Physicalism -- 2.3 Current Biomedicine Is Conducive to the Biopsychosocial Model -- 3. Psychology Regulates Activity in the Social World -- 3.1 The Psychological as Embodied Agency -- 3.2 Biopsychosocial Conditions of Agency -- 3.3 The Socio-Political: Who Gets to Control What? -- 3.4 General Theory of Biopsychosocial Systems -- 4. Biopsychosocial Conditions of Health and Disease -- 4.1 Conditions of Biopsychosocial Life -- 4.2 Biopsychosocial Conceptualisation of Health Conditions -- 4.3 Locating Causes in Biopsychosocial Systems -- 4.4 Compare and Contrast Physical and Mental Health Conditions -- 4.5 Locating the Biopsychosocial Model.
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Cancer and Society : A Multidisciplinary Assessment and Strategies for Action

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Eric H. Bernicker, editor. --Cham: Springer , 2019.
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While a number of books have looked at the intersection between human health in general and other topics, such as climate change or diet, this book focuses specifically on cancer as it impacts and is impacted by social justice issues. The massive explosion of research knowledge of cancer immunology and genomics is holding out great promise of therapeutic advances, yet other human actions—climate change, pollution, business decisions, advertising – are fostering health inequalities as well as in…
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Bernicker, Eric H.
Responsibility
Eric H. Bernicker, editor
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
2019
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiv, 178 p.) : 15 illus., 14 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030058555
9783030058548 (Print ed.)
9783030058562 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Bioethical Issues
Global Burden of Disease
Health Planning
Neoplasms - epidemiology
Social Justice
Specialty
Medical Oncology
Social Medicine
Abstract
While a number of books have looked at the intersection between human health in general and other topics, such as climate change or diet, this book focuses specifically on cancer as it impacts and is impacted by social justice issues. The massive explosion of research knowledge of cancer immunology and genomics is holding out great promise of therapeutic advances, yet other human actions—climate change, pollution, business decisions, advertising – are fostering health inequalities as well as increasing risks. Those involved in cancer care and research are in a unique position to let their experiences and knowledge inform the public, yet very often have not taken strong public roles when it comes to discussing issues surrounding tobacco, climate change and health risks, financial toxicity of treatments, and diet choices. Written by a multidisciplinary team of authors and for medical oncologists, cancer researchers, occupational health workers, and related medical students, residents, and fellows, this book encourages oncologists to address public health care and the societal issues associated with cancer risk. This volume discusses the overarching theme of environmental justice and oncology, focuses on business and cancer (such as clinical trials, drug development and profits, and global disparities), as well as animals and cancer.
Contents
Tobacco and Social Justice -- Climate Change and Cancer -- Pollution, Cancer Risk, and Vulnerable Populations -- Causes, Consequences, and Control of High Cancer Drug Prices -- Clinical Trials: Not for the Poor and the Old -- Global Disparities: Can the World Afford Cancer? -- Cancer Quackery and Fake News: Targeting the Most Vulnerable -- The Adoption of Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Imaging -- The Hippies Were Right: Diet and Cancer Risk -- Protons and Prejudice: Finding Sense and Sensibility in the Development of a Costly Medical Therapy -- The Ethics of Animal Use in Cancer Research -- The Ecology of Cancer.
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Cardiovascular Disease in Racial and Ethnic Minorities

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edited by Keith C. Ferdinand, Annemarie Armani. --Totowa, NJ: Humana Press , c2010.
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Ferdinand, Keith C
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Armani, Annemarie
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edited by Keith C. Ferdinand, Annemarie Armani
Place of Publication
Totowa, NJ
Publisher
Humana Press
Date of Publication
c2010
Series Title
Contemporary cardiology (Totowa, N.J. : Unnumbered)
ISBN
9781597454100
Subjects (MeSH)
Cardiovascular Diseases - genetics
Minority Groups
Ethnic Groups
Healthcare Disparities
Minority Health
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e-Book
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Cardiovascular Disease in Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations

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Keith C. Ferdinand, Herman A. Taylor, Jr., Carlos J. Rodriguez. (Second edition) Humana , 2021.
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Keith C. Ferdinand, Herman A. Taylor, Jr., Carlos J. Rodriguez
Edition
Second edition
Publisher
Humana
Date of Publication
2021
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiii, 237 pages) : illustrations
Series Title
Contemporary cardiology
ISBN
9783030810344
Specialty
Cardiology
Minority Health
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e-Book
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Child, Adolescent and Family Refugee Mental Health : A Global Perspective

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Suzan J. Song, Peter Ventevogel, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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This book aims to provide an overview of the latest theoretical insights from research on sociocultural aspects of mental health and connect these with clinical insights from practical mental health care provision. Using strengths-based, resiliency-oriented and family-centered approaches can enrich clinical practice in refugee mental health, but clinicians need to translate the emerging evidence into concrete steps and interventions. This requires additional skills for the assessment and manage…
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Song, Suzan J.
Ventevogel, Peter
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Suzan J. Song, Peter Ventevogel, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xviii, 275 p.) : 7 illus., 6 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030452780
9783030452773 (Print ed.)
9783030452797 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Adolescent
Child
Mental Disorders
Mental Health Services
Minority Health
Refugees - psychology
Specialty
Mental Health Services
Minority Health
Abstract
This book aims to provide an overview of the latest theoretical insights from research on sociocultural aspects of mental health and connect these with clinical insights from practical mental health care provision. Using strengths-based, resiliency-oriented and family-centered approaches can enrich clinical practice in refugee mental health, but clinicians need to translate the emerging evidence into concrete steps and interventions. This requires additional skills for the assessment and management of mental health conditions in refugee children and families. The chapters in this book are written by a diverse group of authors using global, multi-disciplinary approaches. The chapters provide examples from various contexts including refugees who are displaced to neighboring countries, refugees ‘on the move’, and refugees and asylum seekers in resettlement settings. This book is therefore a unique resource for clinicians, researchers and policy makers working on mental health issues of refugee children and adolescents around the world.
Contents
Part I. Theoretical Approaches to Comprehensive Understanding of Child, Adolescent, and Family Refugee Mental Health -- 1. Bridging the Humanitarian, Academic, and Clinical Fields Toward the Mental Health of Child and Adolescent Refugees -- 2. Children and Adolescents in Conflict and Displacement -- 3. Unpacking Context and Culture in Mental Health Pathways of Child and Adolescent Refugees -- 4. Supporting Mental Health in Young Refugees: A Resilience Perspective -- Part II. Mental Health Assessment of Refugee Children -- 5. Principles of the Mental Health Assessment of Refugee Children and Adolescents -- 6. Conducting the Mental Health Assessment for Child and Adolescent Refugees -- 7. UNICEF Community-Based Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Operational Guidelines -- Part III. Mental Health Symptom Clusters in Refugee Children and Adolescents -- 8. Grief and Loss in Displaced and Refugee Families -- 9. Intervening to Address the Impact of Stress and Trauma on Refugee Children and Adolescents Resettled in High-Income Countries -- 10. Depression and Anxiety in Refugee Children -- 11. Substance Use Among Refugee and Conflict-Affected Children and Adolescents -- 12. Children and Adolescents with Developmental Disabilities in Humanitarian Settings -- 13. Severe Mental Disorders and Neuropsychiatric Conditions in Refugee Children and Adolescents -- Part IV. Transforming Theory into Intervention Programs -- 14. What My Grandmother Would Have Taught Me: Enhancing Resilient Behavior in Unaccompanied Young Males in Denmark – A Pilot Project -- 15. A Family-Centered Approach to Working with Refugee Children and Adolescents -- 16. Engaging Refugee Families in a Family-Strengthening Intervention to Promote Child Mental Health and Family Functioning.
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Child Refugee and Migrant Health

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Christian Harkensee, Karen Olness, B. Emily Esmaili. Springer , 2021.
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Christian Harkensee, Karen Olness, B. Emily Esmaili
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
2021
Physical Description
1 online resource (xvii, 471 pages) : illustrations
ISBN
9783030749064
Specialty
Minority Health
Pediatrics
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e-Book
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Clinical Care for Homeless, Runaway and Refugee Youth : Intervention Approaches, Education and Research Directions

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Curren Warf, Grant Charles, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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Adolescent homelessness is a growing problem that results in a variety of health challenges. This text is a practical resource designed to promote effective interdisciplinary health and social care interventions targeting adolescents who are homeless or at risk for homelessness. It is based on extensive interdisciplinary experience, reviews of pertinent research and insights and contributions of leading professionals who are directly involved in the care of these young people. Divided into four…
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Warf, Curren
Charles, Grant
Responsibility
Curren Warf, Grant Charles, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxi, 443 p.) : 44 illus., 42 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030406752
9783030406745 (Print ed.)
9783030406769 (Print ed.)
9783030406776 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Adolescent Health Services
Homeless Youth
Specialty
Adolescent Health
Health Services Administration
Minority Health
Social Medicine
Social Work
Abstract
Adolescent homelessness is a growing problem that results in a variety of health challenges. This text is a practical resource designed to promote effective interdisciplinary health and social care interventions targeting adolescents who are homeless or at risk for homelessness. It is based on extensive interdisciplinary experience, reviews of pertinent research and insights and contributions of leading professionals who are directly involved in the care of these young people. Divided into four main sections, Section 1: (Chapters 1-7) section one is a review of the structure and professional involvement of program models targeting youth experiencing or at risk for homelessness to encourage broader understanding and utilization of principles and practices underlying effective programs and identify replicable components. Section 2: (Chapters 8-16) Section two is clinically focused with recommendations for working with adolescents and youth experiencing homelessness and interventions for common and significant medical and mental health conditions, and substance use disorders. Section 3: (Chapter 17) Reviews international agreements regarding stabilization and care of refugee youth and families, description of experiences of refugee children and youth in developed countries, and an outline of conditions from which refugee youth and families have left. Section 4: (Chapters 18 and 19) Engagement of homeless youth in research and future research directions to address needs of youth experiencing homelessness. Written by experts from a variety of disciplines, Clinical Care for Homeless, Runaway and Refugee Youth is a first of its kind text for physicians, social workers, public health workers and any other individual that works directly with these vulnerable populations.
Contents
1. The Prevalence of Youth Homelessness in the United States -- 2. Youth Homelessness in Canada: An Overview -- 3. Interviewing Homeless Adolescents in the Context of Clinical Care: Creating Connections, Building on Strengths, Fostering Resilience, and Improving Outcomes -- 4. Homeless Adolescents: Identification, Outreach, Engagement, Housing, and Stabilization -- 5. Youth in Care: A Very High-Risk Population for Homelessness -- 6. Refugee and Migrant Youth in Canada and the United States: Special Challenges and Healthcare Issues -- 7. Social Pediatrics: A Model to Confront Family Poverty, Adversity, and Housing Instability and Foster Healthy Child and Adolescent Development and Resilience -- 8. Substance Use Among Young People Experiencing Homelessness: A Brief Motivational Enhancement Approach -- 9. Building an Effective System of Care for Adolescents Following Opiate Overdose: Stabilization Care, Residential Secure Care, Family and Community Engagement, and Ethical Concerns -- 10. Providing Clinical Care to Youth Experiencing Homelessness -- 11. Contraception -- 12. Sexually Transmitted Infections and Sexual Healthcare of Homeless and Street-Involved Youth -- 13. Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- 14. Medical Care of Youth After Acute Sexual Assault -- 15. Suicide Risk and Intervention Among Homeless and Precariously Housed Youth -- 16. Common Dermatology Problems Among Youth Experiencing Homelessness -- 17. Challenges Faced by International Migrants and Refugees to the Health, Development, and Well-Being of Adolescents and Youth -- 18. Meaningfully Engaging Homeless Youth in Research -- 19. Conclusion: Next Steps for Investigation and Research.
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Clinical Management of the Homeless Patient

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Elspeth Cameron Ritchie, Maria D. Llorente. Springer , 2021.
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Elspeth Cameron Ritchie, Maria D. Llorente
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
2021
Physical Description
1 online resource (xi, 353 pages) : illustrations
ISBN
9783030701352
Specialty
Minority Health
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e-Book
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Comprehensive care of the transgender patient

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Cecile Ferrando. --Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier , c2020.
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From a renowned specialist at the Cleveland Clinic and medical and surgical experts in this growing field comes an up-to-date, multidisciplinary resource on transgender health care and surgery. Comprehensive Care of the Transgender Patient, by Dr. Cecile Ferrando, covers all aspects of transgender health care, beginning with epidemiology and history and progressing to an in-depth review of the complex transition for patients, including mental health services, endocrine and hormone therapy treat…
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Ferrando, Cecile
Responsibility
Cecile Ferrando
Place of Publication
Philadelphia, PA
Publisher
Elsevier
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource, 176 p.
ISBN
9780323496421
Subjects (MeSH)
Sex Reassignment Procedures - methods
Sex Reassignment Surgery - methods
Transgender Persons
Specialty
Minority Health
Sexual Health
Abstract
From a renowned specialist at the Cleveland Clinic and medical and surgical experts in this growing field comes an up-to-date, multidisciplinary resource on transgender health care and surgery. Comprehensive Care of the Transgender Patient, by Dr. Cecile Ferrando, covers all aspects of transgender health care, beginning with epidemiology and history and progressing to an in-depth review of the complex transition for patients, including mental health services, endocrine and hormone therapy treatment, and surgical options.
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Counseling the culturally diverse : theory and practice

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Derald Wing Sue, David Sue, Helen A. Neville, Laura Smith. (8th ed.) --Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell , c2019.
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Sue, Derald Wing
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Derald Wing Sue, David Sue, Helen A. Neville, Laura Smith.
Edition
8th ed.
Alternate Title
Counselling the culturally diverse
Place of Publication
Hoboken, NJ
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell
Date of Publication
c2019
Physical Description
1 online resource, 520 p.
ISBN
9781119448242
Subjects (MeSH)
Counseling - methods
Cross-Cultural Comparison
Cultural Diversity
Culturally Competent Care
Ethnic Groups - psychology
Specialty
Social Medicine
Sociology, Medical
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e-Book
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COVID-19 in New York City : An Ecology of Race and Class Oppression

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Deborah Wallace, Rodrick Wallace. --Cham: Springer , c2021.
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This book is the first social epidemiological study of COVID-19 spread in New York City (NYC), the primary epicenter of the United States. New York City spread COVID-19 throughout the United States. The context of epicenter formation determined the rapid, extreme rise of NYC case and mortality rates. Decades of public policies destructive of poor neighborhoods of color heavily determined the spread within the City. Premature mortality rates revealed the "weathering" of policy-targeted communiti…
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Wallace, Deborah
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Wallace, Rodrick
Responsibility
Deborah Wallace, Rodrick Wallace
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2021
Physical Description
1 online resource (xi, 77 p.) : 29 illus., 3 illus. in color
Series Title
SpringerBriefs in public health
ISBN
9783030596248
9783030596231 (Print ed.)
9783030596255 (Print ed.)
ISSN
2192-3698
Subjects (MeSH)
COVID-19 - epidemiology
Healthcare Disparities
Health Policy
Health Status Disparities - ethnology
Minority Health
Sociology, Medical
Other Subjects
New York City
Specialty
Epidemiology
Infectious Disease Medicine
Minority Health
Public Health
Sociology, Medical
Abstract
This book is the first social epidemiological study of COVID-19 spread in New York City (NYC), the primary epicenter of the United States. New York City spread COVID-19 throughout the United States. The context of epicenter formation determined the rapid, extreme rise of NYC case and mortality rates. Decades of public policies destructive of poor neighborhoods of color heavily determined the spread within the City. Premature mortality rates revealed the "weathering" of policy-targeted communities: accelerated aging due to chronic stress. COVID attacks the elderly more severely than those under the age of 60. Communities with high proportions of prematurely aged residents proved fertile ground for COVID illness and mortality. The very public policies that created swaths of white wealth across much of Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn destroyed the human diversity needed to ride out crises. An exemplary study in health disparities, COVID-19 in New York City: An Ecology of Race and Class Oppression is essential reading for social epidemiologists, public health researchers of health disparities, those in public service tasked with addressing these problems, and infectious disease scientists who focus on spread in human populations of new zoonotic diseases. The brief also should appeal to students in these fields, civil rights scholars, science writers, medical anthropologists and sociologists, medical and public health historians, public health economists, and public policy scientists.
Contents
1. Premature Death Rate Geography in New York City: Implications for COVID-19 -- 2. NYC COVID Markers at the ZIP Code Level -- 3. Prospero’s New Castles: COVID Infection and Premature Mortality in the NY Metro Region -- 4. Pandemic Firefighting vs. Pandemic Fire Prevention -- 5. Conclusion: Scales of Time in Disasters.
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NEW Springer 2021
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Critical Dietetics and Critical Nutrition Studies

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John Coveney, Sue Booth, editors. --Cham: Springer , 2019.
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This second volume in the Food Policy series focuses on critical nutrition and dietetics studies, offering an innovative and interdisciplinary exploration of the complexities of the food supply and the actors in it through a new critical lens. The volume provides an overview of the growth of critical nutrition and dietetics since its inception in 2009, as well as commentary on its continuing relevance and its applicability in the fields of dietetic education, research, and practice. Chapters ad…
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Coveney, John
Booth, Sue
Responsibility
John Coveney, Sue Booth, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
2019
Physical Description
1 online resource (xii, 175 p.) : 2 illus.
Series
Food Policy
Series Title
Food policy
ISBN
9783030031138
9783030031121 (Print ed.)
9783030031145 (Print ed.)
ISSN
2365-4295
Subjects (MeSH)
Dietetics - ethics
Food Supply
Nutrition Policy
Social Justice
Specialty
Nutritional Sciences
Social Medicine
Abstract
This second volume in the Food Policy series focuses on critical nutrition and dietetics studies, offering an innovative and interdisciplinary exploration of the complexities of the food supply and the actors in it through a new critical lens. The volume provides an overview of the growth of critical nutrition and dietetics since its inception in 2009, as well as commentary on its continuing relevance and its applicability in the fields of dietetic education, research, and practice. Chapters address key topics such as how to bring critical dietetics into conventional practice, applying critical diets in clinical practice, policy applications, and new perspectives on training and educating a critical nutrition and dietetic workforce. Contributing authors from around the globe also discuss the role of critical nutrition dietetics in industry, private practice, and consultancy, as well the role of critical dietetics in addressing the food, hunger, and health issues associated with the world economic crisis. The authors designed the volume to be a reference work for students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Critical Nutrition, Critical Food Studies, and Critical Dietetics. Each chapter offers concise aims and learning outcomes, as well as assignments for students and a concise chapter summary. These features enhance the value of the volume as a learning tool.
Contents
1. The History of Critical Dietetics: The Story of Finding Each Other -- 2. Critical Dietetics: Axiological Foundations -- 3. Swimming Upstream: Bringing Critical Dietetics into Conventional Practice -- 4. Awakening the Possibilities: An Exploration of Critical Nutrition and Dietetic Training and Education -- 5. Critical Perspectives in Clinical Nutrition Practice -- 6. Reshaping the Food System Using Food Democracy: Reorienting Consumer and Dietetic Practice -- 7. Critical Dietetics and Sustainable Food Systems -- 8. ‘Eating Right’: Critical Dietetics, Dietitians and Ethics -- 9. Food, Dietetics, and Imperialism -- 10. Social Justice, Health Equity, and Advocacy: What Are Our Roles?
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