7 edition of Urban health found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] H. Patricia Hynes and Russ Lopez.|
|Contributions||Hynes, H. Patricia., Lopez, Russ.|
|LC Classifications||RA566.3 .U73 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008014880|
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The increasing concentration of poverty and significant inequalities between urban neighborhoods and the physical and social environments in cities are important determinants of population health.
In this important new book, experts identify the priority problems and outline solutions that can generate and sustain healthy urban environments.5/5(1).
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A unique professional idea book, research resource, and teaching text, the Handbook of Urban Health challenges readers to consider the role that cities plays in shaping population health and to generate solutions that can make cities healthier places for all those who live there.5/5(3).
"The book will be of great interest to academics, politicians, planners, and public health professionals attempting to understand or reduce urban health risks, create safe urban environments, and deliver effective and sustainable health services and programs to urban 5/5(1). The most comprehensive text available on the subject of urban health and the impact of urban exposures on human health and longevity.
With two-thirds of global population likely to Urban health book in a city bythis book codifies the best knowledge on a topic of vital and urgent relevance. A unique professional idea book, research resource, and teaching text, the Handbook of Urban Health challenges readers to consider the role that cities plays in shaping population health and to generate solutions that can make cities healthier places for all those who live there.
With 16 chapters by 24 internationally recognized experts, the book introduces an ecological approach to the study of the health of urban populations.
This book assesses the primary determinants of well-being in cities, including the social and physical environments, diet, and health care and social services.5/5(7).
Urban areas provide the opportunity to understand how places affect health and to also apply what we learn to promote action and protect the health of more people living in urban communities.
Drexel's Urban Health Collaborative (UHC) aims to understand and improve urban health, beginning with engagement, both locally and globally. Gonzalez, the medical staff and all the employees at Urban Health work every day to facilitate healthier lives for everyone in the communities we serve.
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The profiles of all the winners are featured in the Febru print issue. Continue Reading. Update: Service Interruption: Boricua. Urban health is thus significant for population health, and this handbook provides a timely review of the issues involved. This book takes a broad view of urban health, emphasizing urban social factors important to population : Tord Kjellstrom.
The s opened a discussion of the varying nature of health in different segments of the United States. Falling under the rubric of health disparities, a great deal of research has been published demonstrating the substantial differences in health status within a population.
The causes of health disparities are varied and not always clear but most researchers agree that disparities. Health, United States, With Urban and Rural Health Chartbook is the 25th report on the health status of the Nation.
This report was compiled by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics served in a review capacity. This book takes a broad view of urban health, emphasizing urban social factors important to population health.
The editors successfully bridge urban health inquiry and public health practice by combining descriptions of issues in urban health, methods used in urban health studies, and examples from practitioners. Urban health matters and urban health governance matters most especially.
For example, in developing countries, the best urban governance can help produce 75 years or more of life expectancy. With poor urban governance, life expectancy can be as low as 35 years. Good urban health governance helps ensure that. Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute E Monument St.
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Urban areas are often unhealthy places to live, characterized by heavy traffic, pollution, noise, violence and social isolation for elderly people and young families. 10 - Urban Health from Part II - Urban Ecosystems and Human Services By Martha M. L. Barata, Patrick L. Kinney, Keith Dear, Eva Ligeti, Kristie L.
Ebi, Jeremy Hess, Thea Dickinson, Ashlinn K. Quinn, Martin Obermaier, Denise Silva Sousa, Darby Jack, Livia Marinho, Felipe Vommaro, Kai Chen, Claudine Dereczynski, Mariana Carvalho.Healthy Urban Planning aims to refocus urban planners on the implications of their work for human health and well-being.
If many of the problems faced in cities are to be resolved, improving health will be the fundamental goal of urban planners. Poor housing, poverty, stress, pollution, and lack of access to jobs, goods and services all impact upon health.This book tells the story of urban healthcare by following a family from Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood for one year.
It began as a series of articles for The Chicago Reporter. Abraham had written about health care for years, but telling the Banes’ story was like seeing health care in urban America for the first time. She wroteFile Size: KB.