Handbook of Rural Health

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Sana Loue, Beth E. Quill
Springer, May 31, 2001 - Medical - 353 pages
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The Handbook of Rural Health is the first comprehensive multidisciplinary text on this important topic. Experts from the fields of medicine, public health, nursing, dentistry, epidemiology, anthropology, social work, and psychology examine issues relevant to rural populations. This in-depth coverage includes discussions of rural health and policy; methodological issues in conducting research; equity in access to care; and current infrastructures for the delivery of needed care. In addition, the health needs of specific rural populations are considered, including women, children, adolescents, Native Americans, and migrant workers. This much needed resource will be of value to physicians, nurses, epidemiologists, health service researchers, health educators, and others who work with rural populations.

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About the author (2001)

Sana Loue is Professor of Epidemiology and Director of the Center for Minority Public Health at Case Western Reserve University. She also holds appointments in the Departments of Bioethics, Psychiatry, and Global Health. Loue is the author of more than a dozen books on gender, ethnicity, immigration, and health. Over a two-year period, the author and her research team followed the lives of fifty-three Puerto Rican women living with severe mental illness as they coped with daily challenges in the areas of family, romantic relationships, employment, social services, substance use, and health care. The team interviewed the women and shadowed them at their homes, churches, schools, physicians' offices, family events, and other occasions in order to understand how their mental illness, their gender, their language, and their culture affected their relationships with others, their understandings of their own situations, and their hopes for themselves and their families.

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