Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice 4e

 
 
Oxford University Press
  • 4. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 25. September 2020
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  • 816 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-252060-9 (ISBN)
 
Fully revised and updated for the fourth edition, the award-winning Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice remains the first resort for practitioners in the field. Structured into practical sections addressed towards professional competencies and translating evidence into policy, this Handbook provides concise summaries and covers real issues from across the globe, providing a world of experience at your fingertips. Easy-to-use, concise, and practical, this Handbook is divided into seven parts that focus on the vital areas of this broad discipline. Reflecting recent advances, the most promising developments in the practice of public health are presented, along with essential summaries of the core disciplines. Specific sections are devoted to the development of professional competencies including negotiation, communicating risk to the public, community action, and translating evidence into policy. Written by an international team of experts, and considering both social and scientific advances since the previous edition, this Handbook will assist students, trainees and practitioners around the world with its enriched information on the management of disasters, epidemics, health behaviour, acute and chronic disease prevention, community and government action, environmental heath, vulnerable populations, and more.
4. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Oxford
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  • Großbritannien
  • 25,98 MB
978-0-19-252060-9 (9780192520609)
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Ichiro Kawachi received both his medical degree and Ph.D. (in epidemiology) from the University of Otago, New Zealand. He has taught at the Harvard School of Public Health since 1992. Kawachi is the co-editor (with Lisa Berkman) of the first textbook on Social Epidemiology, published by Oxford University Press in 2000, alongside many other titles with the same publisher. His current project is focused on the longitudinal impacts of community social cohesion/social capital on functional recovery after the March 11, 2011 Great Eastern Japan earthquake and tsunami. In 2013, he launched a massive, open online course (MOOC) through HarvardX called "Health and Society" (PHx 201), in which 32,000 participants registered from throughout the world. Kawachi is the Co-Editor in Chief (with S.V. Subramanian) of the international journal Social Science & Medicine. He is an elected member of the Institute of Medicine of the US National Academy of Sciences. Iain Lang is a Consultant in Public Health with Devon County Council and a Senior Lecturer in Public Health with PenCLAHRC, and from 2014 to 2017 Iain was an NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellow.Much of Iain's research deals with issues of knowledge mobilisation and implementation science. Substantively, he is interested in health in later life and particularly in dementia and frailty. Supporters of his research include the National Institute for Health Research, Alzheimer's Society, and the Department of Health. In Iain's role as Associate Dean (International & Development) he is responsible for leading UEMS's work on internationalization, including international research partnerships and global reputation, and for philanthropy and fundraising. Walter Ricciardi is Professor of Hygiene and Public Health at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome. in August 2015 he was appointed President of the Italian National Institute of Health (Istituto Superiore di Sanità) where he was Commissioner from July 2014 to July 2015. In Italy he was member of the Higher Health Council of the Ministry of Health in the years 2003-2006 and the Italian Minister of Health appointed him Chair of the Public Health Section of the Council itself from 2010 to 2014. In December 2015, he was appointed Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Policy, Governance and Leadership at the Institute of Public Health, Medical School, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart - Rome. In June 2017 he was appointed Commendatore of the Italian Republic by Decree of the President of the Republic, and then in November 2017 he was appointed Italian Representative in the Executive Board of WHO.
  • Cover
  • Half-Title
  • Series page
  • Title
  • Imprint
  • Foreword
  • Contents
  • Introduction to the fourth edition
  • Contributors
  • Part 1 Assessment
  • 1.1 Scoping public health problems
  • 1.2 Priorities and ethics in population-based healthcare
  • 1.3 Assessing the health of populations
  • 1.4 Assessing health needs
  • 1.5 Assessing health impacts
  • 1.6 Economic assessment
  • Part 2 Data and information
  • 2.1 Understanding data, information, and knowledge
  • 2.2 Information technology and informatics
  • 2.3 Questions, design, and analysis in qualitative research
  • 2.4 Epidemiological approach and design
  • 2.5 Statistical understanding
  • 2.6 Inference, causality, and interpretation
  • 2.7 Finding and appraising evidence
  • 2.8 Monitoring disease and risk factors: surveillance
  • 2.9 Investigating alleged clusters
  • 2.10 Assessing longer-?term health trends: disease registers
  • Part 3 Direct action
  • 3.1 Communicable disease epidemics
  • 3.2 Environmental health risks and assessment
  • 3.3 Safeguarding and promoting health in the workplace
  • 3.4 Engaging communities in participatory research and action
  • 3.5 Disasters
  • 3.6 Assuring screening programmes
  • 3.7 Genomics
  • 3.8 Health communication
  • 3.9 Public health practice in primary care
  • 3.10 Translating research into practice-? implementation science
  • Part 4 Policy arenas
  • 4.1 Developing healthy public policy
  • 4.2 Translating evidence to policy
  • 4.3 Translating policy into indicators and targets
  • 4.4 Translating goals, indicators, and targets into public health action
  • 4.5 Media advocacy for policy influence
  • 4.6 Influencing international policy
  • 4.7 Improving public health in low-?and middle-income countries
  • 4.8 Regulation
  • 4.9 Health, sustainability, and climate change
  • Part 5 Healthcare systems
  • 5.1 Sustainability of healthcare systems
  • 5.2 Planning health services
  • 5.3 Comparing healthcare systems
  • 5.4 Commissioning healthcare
  • 5.5 Controlling expenditures
  • 5.6 Using guidance and frameworks
  • 5.7 Healthcare process and patient experience
  • 5.8 Health technology assessment
  • 5.9 Improving equity
  • 5.10 Improving quality
  • 5.11 Evaluating healthcare systems
  • 5.12 Value-?based healthcare
  • Part 6 Personal effectiveness
  • 6.1 Developing leadership skills
  • 6.2 Effective meetings
  • 6.3 Effective writing
  • 6.4 Working with the media
  • 6.5 Communicating risk
  • 6.6 Consultancy in a national strategy
  • 6.7 Effective negotiating
  • Part 7 Organizations
  • 7.1 Governance and accountability
  • 7.2 Programme planning and project management
  • 7.3 Business planning
  • 7.4 Working in teams in public health
  • 7.5 Partnerships
  • 7.6 Getting research into practice
  • 7.7 Workforce
  • Index

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