Studying Health Inequalities (Policy Press – Evidence for Public Health Practice)
By: Jonathan Wistow
Publisher: Policy Press
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Addressing the implications of current British public health policies on the equal delivery of health services, this book—part of the Evidence for Public Health Practice series—explicitly identifies inequalities in health service practices. It offers an applied approach to researching, understanding, and dealing with this issue. Drawing on complexity theory, the authors use case studies to illustrate the problems, to discuss them in real-life terms, and to illuminate their complexities for students and practitioners of public health, health promotion, and health policy.
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Title: Studying Health Inequalities (Policy Press – Evidence for Public Health Practice)
Author: Jonathan Wistow
Length: 224 Pages
Publication Date: 2015-07-15
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