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Rose's strategy of preventive medicine : the complete original text

  • Rose, G. A. (Geoffrey Arthur) , Khaw, Kay-Tee. , Marmot, M. G.
  • Oxford University Press
  • 2008
Rose's strategy of preventive medicine : the complete original text
  • 자료유형
    단행본
  • 서명/저자사항
    Rose's strategy of preventive medicine : the complete original text / Geoffrey Rose ; with a commentary by Kay-Tee Khaw, Michael Marmot.
  • 판차
    New ed.
  • 대등서명
    Strategy of preventive medicine
  • 발행사항
    Oxford ;New York : Oxford University Press, 2008.
  • 개인저자
    Rose, G. A., (Geoffrey Arthur), Khaw, Kay-Tee., Marmot, M. G.
  • 형태사항
    xviii, 171 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • 일반주기
    Rev. ed. of: The strategy of preventive medicine. 1992
  • 서지주기
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [163]-167) and index.
  • 내용주기
    1 The objectives of preventive medicine : 1) The scope for prevention - 2) Why seek to prevent? - 3) Priorities: a matter of choice - 2 What needs to be prevented? : 1) Sick individuals - 2) A continuum of risk - 3) A unified approach to prevention - 3 The relation of risk to exposure : 1) The dose-effect relationship - 2) The limitations of research - 3) Small but widespread risks: a public health disaster? - 4) Conclusions - 4 Prevention for individuals and the 'high-risk' strategy : 1) Prevention and clinical care - 2) The high-risk strategy - 3) Identifying risk: screening - 4) Strengths of the high-risk preventive strategy - 5) Weaknesses of the high-risk preventive strategy - 5 Individuals and populations : 1) Individual variation - 2) Variation between populations - 3) Sick and healthy populations - 6 Some implications of population change : 1) Effects of the population average on the occurrence of deviance - 2) Health implications for the population as a whole - 3) Safety - 7 The population strategy of prevention : 1) Principles - 2) Strengths of the population strategy - 3) Limitations and problems - 8 In search of health : 1) How do populations change? - 2) The scientific justification for change - 3) Social engineering versus individual freedom - 4) Who takes the decisions? - 5) The largest threat to public health: war - 6) Social and economic deprivation - 7) Responsibility for health.
  • 일반주제명
    Medicine, Preventive
    Preventive Medicine - methods
  • ISBN
    9780192630971 (alk. paper)
  • 언어
    영어

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목차

1 The objectives of preventive medicine
1) The scope for prevention
2) Why seek to prevent?
3) Priorities: a matter of choice

2 What needs to be prevented?
1) Sick individuals
2) A continuum of risk
3) A unified approach to prevention

3 The relation of risk to exposure
1) The dose-effect relationship
2) The limitations of research
3) Small but widespread risks: a public health disaster?
4) Conclusions

4 Prevention for individuals and the 'high-risk' strategy
1) Prevention and clinical care
2) The high-risk strategy
3) Identifying risk: screening
4) Strengths of the high-risk preventive strategy
5) Weaknesses of the high-risk preventive strategy

5 Individuals and populations
1) Individual variation
2) Variation between populations
3) Sick and healthy populations

6 Some implications of population change
1) Effects of the population average on the occurrence of deviance
2) Health implications for the population as a whole
3) Safety

7 The population strategy of prevention
1) Principles
2) Strengths of the population strategy
3) Limitations and problems

8 In search of health
1) How do populations change?
2) The scientific justification for change
3) Social engineering versus individual freedom
4) Who takes the decisions?
5) The largest threat to public health: war
6) Social and economic deprivation
7) Responsibility for health