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Public Health (2nd Edition)

Policy and Politics

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 512
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Paperback - 9780230537934

09 December 2010

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09 December 2010

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Incorporating the latest developments from the field, this eagerly awaited new edition once again provides an important and comprehensive analysis of the key issues in public health. Exploring the underlying political...

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Incorporating the latest developments from the field, this eagerly awaited new edition once again provides an important and comprehensive analysis of the key issues in public health. Exploring the underlying political context and policy processes, this text is core reading for all those interested in the essentials of this area.

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Discusses contemporary issues?from the last decade, such as highly publicized?debates over?school meals, the smoking ban and the issue of childhood obesity

Preface
Public Health Concepts and Frameworks
The Historical Context of Public Health
Public Health in the Twentieth Century
Health Strategies in the UK
Public Health in a Global Context
Public Health and the NHS
Public Health Beyond the NHS
Public Health Services
The Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People
Health and the Environment: Pollution and Accidents
Climate Change and Sustainable Development
Food Safety, Security and Sustainability
Diet, Nutrition and Obesity
Illicit Drugs
Alcohol and Tobacco
Socio-economic Factors and Health
Inequities and Inequalities Policy
Conclusion.

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ROB BAGGOTT is Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Health Policy Research Unit at De Montfort University, UK.

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ROB BAGGOTT is Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Health Policy Research Unit at De Montfort University, UK.

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