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📒Population Health ✍ T. Kue Young M.D.
✏Population Health Book Summary : Population health encompasses traditional public health and preventive medicine but emphasizes the full range of health determinants affecting the entire population rather than only ill or high-risk individuals. The population health approach integrates the social and biological, the quantitative and qualitative, recognizing the importance of social and cultural factors in practice and research. This text is organized around the logical sequence of studying and attempting to improve the health of populations; measuring health status and disease burden, identifying and modeling health determinants, assessing health risks and inferring causation, designing research studies, planning interventions, and evaluating health programs. The second edition incorporates many new topics that reflect changes in contemporary public health concerns and our response to them; as well as shifts in research directions. These include lifecourse approaches to health, gene-environment interactions, emergent infections, and bioterrorism. Among the specific changes are new or expanded discussions of confidence intervals for commonly used rates, the impact of population aging on mortality trends, health survey questionnaires, summary measures of population health, the new International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, migrant studies, race and ethinicity, psychoneuroendocrine pathways, social epidemiology, risk perception, communicating the SARS epidemic, ecologic studies, the odds radio, paticipatory research, suicide, evidence-based community interventions, evaluation methods and health economics, the Cochrane Collaboration, and systemic reviews. The many positive features of the first edition have been retained, such as the extensive use of boxes, case studies, and exercises; the selection of examples representing a variety of health problems, geographic regions, and historical periods; and a multidisciplinary orientation bridging the quantitative and qualitative, the social and biomedical sciences. The book aims to spark a new kind of broad-based training for researchers and practitioners of population health.
📒Population Health Science ✍ Katherine M. Keyes
✏Population Health Science Book Summary : POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCE formalizes an emerging discipline at the crossroads of social and medical sciences, demography, and economics--an emerging approach to population studies that represents a seismic shift in how traditional health sciences measure and observe health events. Bringing together theories and methods from diverse fields, this text provides grounding in the factors that shape population health. The overall approach is one of consequentialist science: designing creative studies that identify causal factors in health with multidisciplinary rigor. Distilled into nine foundational principles, this book guides readers through population science studies that strategically incorporate: . macrosocial factors . multilevel, lifecourse, and systems theories . prevention science fundamentals . return on investment . equity and efficiency Harnessing the power of scientific inquiry and codifying the knowledge base for a burgeoning field, POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCE arms readers with tools to shift the curve of population health. "
📒Population Health Creating A Culture Of Wellness ✍ David B. Nash
✏Population Health Creating a Culture of Wellness Book Summary : With over 45.7 million uninsured in the United States and health reform a national priority, the need for population health management has never been more eminent. Sixty percent of American deaths are attributable to behavioral factors, social circumstances and environmental exposures. Employment of population health management techniques advocating use of preventative services and quality clinical care are imperative. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
📒Population Health Informatics ✍ Joshi
✏Population Health Informatics Book Summary : Population Health Informatics addresses the growing opportunity to utilize technology to put into practice evidence-based solutions to improve population health outcomes across diverse settings. The book focuses on how to operationalize population informatics solutions to address important public health challenges impacting individuals, families, communities, and the environment in which they live. The book uniquely uses a practical, step-by-step approach to implement evidence-based, data- driven population informatics solutions.
📒Evidence For Population Health ✍ Richard F. Heller
✏Evidence for Population Health Book Summary : Evidence based medicine has had a major impact on clinical practice. There is an urgent need for the Public Health community to further develop its own evidence base as many interventions are introduced, unchallenged with no hope of evaluation as the tools for this do not exist. This well structured text aims to provide the tools to achieve this aim. Mindful of the varying needs of students, practitioners and policy makers, the author highlights key take home messages for each and provides practical methods, and their theoretical basis, for applying evidence to the fieldof Public Health. Some of the methods are well established, others are newly developed by the author and colleagues. The book is aimed at all health students and practitioners, at whatever level, with the hope that the reader will apply these methods to their thinking, research and practice.
📒Population Health ✍ David B. Nash
✏Population Health Book Summary : Preceded by: Population health / David B. Nash ... [et al.]. c2011.
📒Summarizing Population Health ✍ Committee on Summary Measures of Population Health
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📒Population Health ✍ Robert Esterhay
✏Population Health Book Summary : Population Health: Management, Policy and Innovation, Second Edition builds upon the work in the First Edition. The institutions of healthcare and public health are ever evolving with changes due to emergent diseases and disorders, social change, and economic forces impact systems of care and social determinants of health-all of which impact the quality of life experienced by people across the globe. An expanded collaborative anthology with 19 chapters, this Second Edition brings new insights with additional practical applications on the evolution of how communities, states and nations are addressing various aspects of population health. A new desk reference on US and global population health issues for public health and healthcare leaders, students, policy makers, researchers and consumers alike.
📒Macrosocial Determinants Of Population Health ✍ Sandro Galea
✏Macrosocial Determinants of Population Health Book Summary : This book explores social factors such as culture, mass media, political systems, and migration that influence public health while systematically considering how we may best study these factors and use our knowledge from this study to guide public health interventions. Throughout, contributors emphasize the potential of population strategies to influence traditional risk factors associated with health and disease. Each section ends with Galea’s integrative chapters, bringing the observations and conclusions from the chapters into clear, usable focus.
📒Population And Health In Developing Countries Population Health And Survival At Indepth Sites ✍ International Development Research Centre (Canada)
✏Population and Health in Developing Countries Population health and survival at INDEPTH sites Book Summary : Population and Health in Developing Countries: Volume 1. Poulation, health, and survival at INDEPTH sites