Global Health Care: Issues and Policies
In a rapidly changing health care system, Global Health Care: Issues and Policies equips students with up-to-date information exploring a variety of global health topics and perspectives: culture, religion and health, health research, ethics and health, reproductive health, infectious diseases, chronic diseases, nutrition, mental health, environmental health, aging, ambulatory care, economics and health care, health care insurance, and more. This innovative text prepares undergraduate students with a basic perspective and summary of health policy issues throughout various geographical regions and how they are affected by significant world events. Key Chapter Features Include: - Cultural, Religious, Economic, and Political Influences - Case studies - Review Questions - Current Research
Holtz, C. (Ed.). (2008). Global health care: issues and policies. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.