Health Services

Below are the citations we have gathered at the request of Health Services faculty and staff:

Andaya, E. (2009). “The gift of health: Socialist medical practice and shifting material and moral economies in post-Soviet Cuba.” Med. Anthropol. Q. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 23(4): 357-374.

Avendano, M., M. M. Glymour, et al. (2009). “Health Disadvantage in US Adults Aged 50 to 74 Years: A Comparison of the Health of Rich and Poor Americans With That of Europeans.” Am J Public Health 99(3): 540-548.

Banks, J., M. Marmot, et al. (2006). “Disease and Disadvantage in the United States and in England.” JAMA 295(17): 2037-2045.

Bezruchka, S., T. Namekata, et al. (2008). “Improving Economic Equality and Health: The Case of Postwar Japan.” Am J Public Health 98(4): 589-594.

Borowy, I. (2011). “Similar but different: Health and economic crisis in 1990s Cuba and Russia.” Social Science & Medicine 72(9): 1489-1498.

Bremberg, S. (2009). “A perfect 10: Why Sweden comes out on top in early child development programming.” Paediatr Child Health 14(10): 677-80.

Cleland, J et. al.  (2006).  “Family planning: the unfinished agenda.”  The Lancet 368:1810-1827.

Coovadia, H., R. Jewkes, et al. (2009). “The health and health system of South Africa: historical roots of current public health challenges.” The Lancet 374(9692): 817-834.

Demyttenaere, K., R. Bruffaerts, et al. (2004). “Prevalence, Severity, and Unmet Need for Treatment of Mental Disorders in the World Health Organization World Mental Health Surveys.” JAMA 291(21): 2581-2590.

Dummer, T. J. B. and I. G. Cook (2008). “Health in China and India: A cross-country comparison in a context of rapid globalisation.” Social Science & Medicine 67(4): 590-605.

Earle, A., Z. Mokomane, et al. (2011). “International Perspectives on Work-Family Policies: Lessons from the World’s Most Competitive Economies.” Future of Children 21(2): 191-210.

Fox, A. M. (2010). “The Social Determinants of HIV Serostatus in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Inverse Relationship Between Poverty and HIV?” Public Health Reports 125: 16-24.

Herce, M. et al.  (2009).  “A Role for Community Health Promoters in Tuberculosis Control in the State of Chiapas, Mexico.”  J Community Health 35: 182-189.

Japel, C. (2009). “What a difference a decade makes: Counting the benefits of investment in early childhood development in Quebec.” Paediatr Child Health 14(10): 662-3.

Jirojwong, S. & R. MacLennan.  (2003).  “Health beliefs, perceived self-efficacy, and breast self-examination among Thai migrants in Brisbane.”  Issues and Innovations in Nursing Practice 41(3): 241-249.

Kruk, M. E., D. Porignon, et al. (2010). “The contribution of primary care to health and health systems in low- and middle-income countries: A critical review of major primary care initiatives.” Social Science & Medicine 70(6): 904-911.

Macinko, J., B. Starfield, et al. (2009). “The impact of primary healthcare on population health in low- and middle-income countries.” J Ambul Care Manage 32(2): 150-71.

Marmot, M. (2006). “Health in an unequal world.” The Lancet 368(9552): 2081-2094.

Morgan, S. G. (2007). “Direct-to-consumer advertising and expenditures on prescription drugs: a comparison of experiences in the United States and Canada.” Open Medicine 1(1): 37-45.

Nadanovsky, P. and J. Cunha-Cruz (2009). “The relative contribution of income inequality and imprisonment to the variation in homicide rates among Developed (OECD), South and Central American countries.” Social Science & Medicine 69(9): 1343-1350.

Nolte, E. and C. M. McKee (2008). “Measuring The Health Of Nations: Updating An Earlier Analysis.” Health Aff 27(1): 58-71.

Perry, H., W. Berggren, et al. (2007). “Long-term reductions in mortality among children under age 5 in rural Haiti: effects of a comprehensive health system in an impoverished setting.” Am J Public Health 97(2): 240-6.

Perry, H., N. Robison, et al. (1999). “Attaining health for all through community partnerships: principles of the census-based, impact-oriented (CBIO) approach to primary health care developed in Bolivia, South America.” Social Science & Medicine 48(8): 1053-1067.

Sawers, L. and E. Stillwaggon (2010). “Understanding the Southern African ‘Anomaly’: Poverty, Endemic Disease and HIV.” Development and Change 41(2): 195-224.

Subramanian, S. V., E. Özaltin, et al. (2011). “Height of Nations: A Socioeconomic Analysis of Cohort Differences and Patterns among Women in 54 Low- to Middle-Income Countries.” PLOS ONE 6(4): e18962.

Tang, S., Q. Meng, et al. (2008). “Tackling the challenges to health equity in China.” The Lancet 372(9648): 1493-1501.

Vallgarda, S. (2001). “Governing people’s lives – Strategies for improving the health of the nations in England, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.” European Journal of Public Health 11(4): 386-392.

Zimmerman, M., R. Shakya, et al. (2012). “Medical students’ characteristics as predictors of career practice location: retrospective cohort study tracking graduates of Nepal’s first medical college.” BMJ 345.