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Available titles in the Critical Issues in Health and Medicine series: Emily K. Abel, Suffering in the Land of Sunshine: A Los Angeles Illness Narrative Emily K. Abel, Tuberculosis and the Politics of Exclusion: A History of Public Health and Migration to Los Angeles Marilyn Aguirre-Molina, Luisa N. Borrell, and William Vega, eds., Health Issues in Latino Males: A Social and Structural Approach Susan M. Chambré, Fighting for Our Lives: New York’s AIDS Community and the Politics of Disease James Colgrove, Gerald Markowitz, and David Rosner, eds., The Contested Boundaries of American Public Health Cynthia A. Connolly, Saving Sickly Children: The Tuberculosis Preventorium in American Life, 1909–1970 Tasha N. Dubriwny, The Vulnerable Empowered Woman: Feminism, Postfeminism, and Women’s Health Edward J. Eckenfels, Doctors Serving People: Restoring Humanism to Medicine through Student Community Service Julie Fairman, Making Room in the Clinic: Nurse Practitioners and the Evolution of Modern Health Care Jill A. Fisher, Medical Research for Hire: The Political Economy of Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials Alyshia Gálvez, Patient Citizens, Immigrant Mothers: Mexican Women, Public Prenatal Care and the Birth Weight Paradox Gerald N. Grob and Howard H. Goldman, The Dilemma of Federal Mental Health Policy: Radical Reform or Incremental Change? Gerald N. Grob and Allan V. Horwitz, Diagnosis, Therapy, and Evidence: Conundrums in Modern American Medicine Rachel Grob, Testing Baby: The Transformation of Newborn Screening, Parenting, and Policymaking Mark A. Hall and Sara Rosenbaum, eds., The Health Care “Safety Net” in a PostReform World Laura D. Hirshbein, American Melancholy: Constructions of Depression in the Twentieth Century Timothy Hoff, Practice under Pressure: Primary Care Physicians and Their Medicine in the Twenty-first Century Beatrix Hoffman, Nancy Tomes, Rachel N. Grob, and Mark Schlesinger, eds., Patients as Policy Actors Ruth Horowitz, Deciding the Public Interest: Medical Licensing and Discipline Rebecca M. Kluchin, Fit to Be Tied: Sterilization and Reproductive Rights in America, 1950–1980 Jennifer Lisa Koslow, Cultivating Health: Los Angeles Women and Public Health Reform Bonnie Lefkowitz, Community Health Centers: A Movement and the People Who Made It Happen Ellen Leopold, Under the Radar: Cancer and the Cold War Barbara L. Ley, From Pink to Green: Disease Prevention and the Environmental Breast Cancer Movement Sonja Mackenzie, Structural Intimacies: Sexual Stories in the Black AIDS Epidemic David Mechanic, The Truth about Health Care: Why Reform Is Not Working in America Alyssa Picard, Making the American Mouth: Dentists and Public Health in the Twentieth Century Heather Munro Prescott, The Morning After: A History of Emergency Contraception in the United States David G. Schuster, Neurasthenic Nation: America’s Search for Health, Happiness, and Comfort, 1869–1920 Karen Seccombe and Kim A. Hoffman, Just Don’t Get Sick: Access to Health Care in the Aftermath of Welfare Reform Leo B. Slater, War and Disease: Biomedical Research on Malaria in the Twentieth Century Paige Hall Smith, Bernice L. Hausman, and Miriam Labbok, Beyond Health, Beyond Choice: Breastfeeding Constraints and Realities Matthew Smith, An Alternative History of Hyperactivity: Food Additives and the Feingold Diet Rosemary A. Stevens, Charles E. Rosenberg, and Lawton R. Burns, eds., History and Health Policy in the United States: Putting the Past Back In Barbra Mann Wall, American Catholic Hospitals: A Century of Changing Markets and Missions Frances Ward, The Door of Last Resort: Memoirs of a Nurse Practitioner About the Author Sonja Mackenzie is adjunct professor at the Health Equity Institute at San Francisco State University. ...

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ISBN
9780813560991
Related ISBN
9780813560984
MARC Record
OCLC
867740429
Pages
204
Launched on MUSE
2013-10-21
Language
English
Open Access
No
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