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Adams, Melissa M. - Perinatal Epidemiology for Public Health Practice, e-bok

Perinatal Epidemiology for Public Health Practice

Adams, Melissa M.

60,45€

Table of contents
2. Introduction
Melisa M. Adams
3. Reproductive Health Issues
Melisa M. Adams
4. Maternal Morbidity
Melisa M. Adams
5. Maternal Mortality
Melisa M. Adams
6. Infant Morbidity
Melisa M. Adams
7. The Continuum of Reproductive Loss from Pregnancy Through Infancy
Melisa

Buttriss, Judith L. - Public Health Nutrition, e-bok

Public Health Nutrition

Buttriss, Judith L.

63,25€

Public Health Nutrition
Edited by
Judith L Buttriss, Ailsa A Welch, John M Kearney and Susan A Lanham-New
In this second edition of the bestselling title from the acclaimed Nutrition Society Textbook series, Public Health Nutrition has

Boylan, Michael - Public Health Policy and Ethics, e-bok

Public Health Policy and Ethics

Boylan, Michael

120,95€

Professing Public Health: Practicing Ethics and Ethics as Practice
D. Micah Hester
2. The Good of Patients and the Good of Society: Striking a Moral Balance
Edmund D. Pellegrino, David C. Thomasma
3. Taking on “Big

Costello, John - Public Health and Society, e-bok

Public Health and Society

Costello, John

75,75€

Reviews 'It is written for practitioners working in community health settings and for student nurses undertaking a community placement. It provides a clear and informative review of the socio-economic and policy contexts of the 'new public health'.'

Arnold, Joan - Health Promotion in Practice, e-bok

Health Promotion in Practice

Arnold, Joan

59,85€

Health Promotion in Practice is a practice-driven text that translates theories of health promotion into a step-by-step clinical approach for engaging with clients. The book

Cohn, Simon - From Health Behaviours to Health Practices: Critical Perspectives, e-bok

From Health Behaviours to Health Practices: Critical Perspectives

Cohn, Simon

24,85€

A wide range of international contributions draw on theoretical and empirical sources to explore whether alternatives exist to both conceptualise and conduct research into what people do and don’t do, in relation to their health and experiences of illness. Presents a collection of international