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Public Health

Emerging and Re-emerging Issues

Co-editors:

Russell Kabir

Anglia Ruskin University

The main aim of modern public health is to improve the quality of life and promote health for all. Public health deals with a wide range of individuals and collaborates with various organizations, departments, and agencies to improve health, forestall disease and promote well-being. The field of public health is constantly evolving in response to the needs of communities and populations that are facing demographic, epidemiological and technological challenges. To overcome these challenges, health professionals need to conduct research to generate evidence-based policies to improve the health of the community. Throughout the course of this book, a number of emerging and re-emerging public health issues from different countries are discussed and attempts are made to illustrate a balanced and evidence-based approach towards tackling major public health problems.

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Public HealthEmerging and Re-emerging IssuesEdited by Md Anwarul Azim Majumder

Published: October 17th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.72391

ISBN: 978-1-78984-150-3

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-149-7

Copyright year: 2018

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151 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Emergence of New Epidemiological Hepatitis B and C Profiles in High Risk Groups in Latin America

By Livia Melo Villar, Helena Medina Cruz, Moyra Machado Portilho, Jakeline Ribeiro Barbosa, Ana Carolina Fonseca da Mendonça and Geane Lopes Flores

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2. Emerging and Re-emerging Arboviral Diseases as a Global Health Problem

By Serena Marchi, Claudia Maria Trombetta and Emanuele Montomoli

13

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3. The Evolution of Entomological Research with Focus on Emerging and Re-emerging Mosquito-Borne Infections in the Philippines

By Ferdinand V. Salazar and Kaymart A. Gimutao

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4. Mixed Methods Studies in Health Promotion: A Case-Study Based on the Life Situations of Young People of Refugee Backgrounds in Germany

By Marlen Niederberger and Meike Keller

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5. Developing Community Health and Cohesion Through Diversity: An Evidence Synthesis for Faith-Based Agencies

By Geoffrey Meads and Amanda Lees

13

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6. Combating Cancer Through Public Health Practice in the United States: An In-Depth Look at the National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program

By Sherri L. Stewart, Nikki S. Hayes, Angela R. Moore, Robert Bailey II, Phaeydra M. Brown and Ena Wanliss

17

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7. Taking it to the Pulpit: Repositioning FBOs as Critical Agencies in the HIV/AIDS Response in South Africa

By Edlyne Eze Anugwom

13

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8. An Exploratory Study on the Association Between Social Capital and Self-Rated Health of South Korean Women with Disabilities

By Jung Youn Park, Ji Young Park and Soo Hyun Sung

14

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9. Dilemmas and Impasses in Public Health Policies Directed at People Who Make Use of Alcohol and Other Drugs in Brazil

By Maria Cristina Gonçalves Vicentin, Jacqueline Isaac Machado Brigagão and Pedro Paulo Freire Piani

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