- Forensic Epidemiology
Forensic Epidemiology focuses specifically on the integration of the principles and methods of epidemiology with law enforcement functions in the administrative and criminal contexts. Ideal for students and professi
"Unfiltered" tells the story of how anti-smoking advocates, public health professionals, bureaucrats, and tobacco corporations have clashed over smoking regulation.
- Global Health Training in Graduate Medical Education
Global Health Training in Graduate Medical Education is a guide to help medical schools, residency programs, students, residents, fellows, educators and allied health professionals create, expand and improve global health education.
- The Effective Health Care Supervisor
"I have seen numerous texts and this is the best. Students at the grad level and in the field really benefit from it. Thanks for a quality publication.
- Masterpieces in Health Care Leadership
Masterpieces in Health Care Leadership: Cases and Analysis for Best Practices is a series of case studies that describes in detail the overview and framework for understanding the role and impact of healthcare leaders, vis-a-vis the …
- Better But Not Well
In Better But Not Well, Richard G. Frank and Sherry A. Glied examine the well-being of people with mental illness in the United States over the past fifty years, addressing issues such as economics, treatment, standards of living, rights, …
Concluding with a cautionary call for increased regulation, Reprogenetics introduces fact, history, and reason into a public discussion of complex and vexing issues.
- Reconsidering Law and Policy Debates
This book approaches a variety of social and political issues that have become highly polarized and resistant to compromise by examining them through a population-based public health perspective.
- Autonomy, Informed Consent and Medical Law
Alasdair Maclean analyses the ethical basis for consent to medical treatment, providing both an extensive reconsideration of the ethical issues and a detailed examination of English law.
- Law and Medicine in Revolutionary America
This study focuses on two critical figures in late eighteenth-century America—the physician Benjamin Rush and the journalist William Cobbett— as they clashed in one of the most important trials of post-revolutionary America, a libel …