The practice of international health : a case-based orientation / edited by Daniel Perlman, Ananya Roy.

"Virtually every school of public health teaches a global health course, yet the major textbooks provide little on the actual practice of international health. This new book comprises a series of vivid first person accounts in which physicians, epidemiologists, activists, and public health prof...

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Other Authors: Perlman, Daniel, 1950-, Roy, Ananya.
Format: Book
Published: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2009.
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Table of Contents:
  • Nomads and nationalists in the Eritrean Sahel / Assefaw Tekeste Ghebrekidan
  • The people's health center: building primary health care in Bangladesh / Zafrullah Chowdhury and S.L. Bachman
  • The whole is greater: how polio was eradicated from the Western Hemisphere / Ciro A. de Quadros
  • An orphan disease in Mozambique / Julie Cliff
  • Beijing + 5 : what can international conferences achieve for women's health / Nuriye Nalan Sahin Hodoglugil
  • Small steps in a long journey in Nepal / Aruna Uprety
  • Swasthya : the politics of women's health in rural south India / Suneeta Krishnan
  • Applying global health lessons to Syracuse, New York / Sandra D. Lane
  • A collective response to the health sector reform in Guatemala / Alejandro Cerón and Meredith Fort
  • Social marketing and franchising for reproductive health in India / Gopi Gopalakrisnan and Paromita Ukil
  • "Returned to sender" : corruption in international health in Nigeria / Benjamin C. Mbakwem and Daniel Jordan Smith
  • Betinho : celebration of a life in Brazil / Jane Galvão.