Staying alive: critical perspectives on health, illness, and health care
PART I -- PERSPECTIVES ON HEALTH, ILLNESS, AND HEALTH CARE -- Chapter 1. Epidemiological approaches to population health / Stephen Bezruchka -- Chapter 2. Sociological perspectives on health and health care / Ivy Lynn Bourgeault -- Chapter 3. Political economy perspectives on health and health care...
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|Summary:||PART I -- PERSPECTIVES ON HEALTH, ILLNESS, AND HEALTH CARE -- Chapter 1. Epidemiological approaches to population health / Stephen Bezruchka -- Chapter 2. Sociological perspectives on health and health care / Ivy Lynn Bourgeault -- Chapter 3. Political economy perspectives on health and health care / Dennis Raphael and Toba Bryant -- Chapter 4. The right to health: human rights approaches to health / Marcia Rioux -- Chapter 5. Researching health: knowledge perspectives, methodologies, and methods / Toba Bryant, Dennis Raphael, and Marcia Rioux.|
PART II -- SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH -- Chapter 6. Social determinants of health / Dennis Raphael -- Chapter 7. Social class and health inequalties / Ambreen Sayani -- Chapter 8. Shifting vulnerabilities: gender, ethnicity/race, and health inequalities in Canada / Ann Pederson and Stefanie Machado -- Chapter 9. Politics, public policy, and population health / Toba Bryant.
PART III -- CANADA'S HEALTHCARE SYSTEM -- Chapter 10. Cracks in the foundation: the origins and development of the Canadian and American healthcare systems / Georgina Feldberg, Robert Vipond, and Toba Bryant -- Chapter 11. Evolution of healthcare policy: deconstructing divergent approaches / Mary E. Wiktorowicz and Michelle Wyndham-West -- Chapter 12. The provision of care: professions, politics, and profit / Ivy Lynn Bourgeault.
PART IV -- CRITICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH, ILLNESS, AND HEALTH CARE -- Chapter 13. Women, health, and care / Pat Armstrong -- Chapter 14. Constructing disability and illness / Marcia Rioux and Tamara Daly -- Chapter 15. Pharmaceutical policy: the dance between industry, government, and the medical profession / Joel Lexchin -- Chapter 16. The political economy of public health: public health concerns in Canada, the U.S., U.K., Norway, and Sweden / Dennis Raphael and Toba Bryant -- Chapter 17. Toward the future: current themes in health research and practice in Canada / Toba Bryant, Dennis Raphael, and Marcia Rioux.
"This new edition of Staying Alive provides readers with a fresh perspective on health, health care, and illness in Canada and abroad. Grounded in a human rights approach to health, this edited collection includes chapters on the social construction of illness and disability, social determinants of health, and current critical issues in the field. The third edition has been thoroughly updated and includes recent national and international developments in health care, with current world statistics and an emphasis on austerity-related changes and their effects on health and health care systems. It includes chapters on pharmaceutical policy, social class, women's health, and the impact of economic forces such as globalization and privatization in health care."--
|Item Description:||Includes bibliographical references and index|
|Physical Description:||xviii, 478 Seiten Illustrationen 25 cm|
Issued also in electronic formats.