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by Nick Higginbotham,Roberto Briceno-Leon,Nancy E. Johnson

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1842770500
Author:
Nick Higginbotham,Roberto Briceno-Leon,Nancy E. Johnson
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Medicine & Health Sciences
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English
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Zed Books (January 12, 2002)
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Higginbotham N, Briceno-Leon R, Johnson N, eds. (2001). Applying health social science. This book, published by Zed Books in conjunction with the International Forum for Social Sciences in Health, offers 10 best case examples from Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific of how social and behavioural science approaches were able to make a difference in improving a significant problem of human health.

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Higginbotham HN, Briceno-Leon R, Johnson N, 'Health Social Science: Transdisciplinary Partnerships for Improving Human Health', Applying Health Social Science: Best Practice in the Developing World, Zed Books Limited, London and New York 3-14 (2001). Johnson N, Higginbotham HN, Briceno-Leon R, 'Best Practice and Future Innovations in applying Social Science to Advancing the Health of Populations', Applying Health Social Science: Best Practice in the Developing World, Zed Books Limited, London and New York 249-276 (2001). Show 15 more chapters.

Health social science synthesizes a wide range of knowledge in order to understand and solve complex health problems. This volume presents ten case studies that illustrate some of the best practice in health social science in developing countries. Each study addresses the critical question of how social and behavioral science approaches can make a difference in improving significant health problems. Examples drawn from Africa, Latin America, Asia, and the Pacific look at problems such as AIDS, STDs, smoking, heart disease, and psychological stress.