Stamping out social injustice in healthcareThis is a weighty book on social injustice and public health with 50 contributors and chapters covering many aspects of the links between social injustice and health. The editors are both well known and highly respected writers on the issues of injustice and health—particularly around issues of human rights and war. The rest of the book is organized into sections that reflect these definitions: Part II has chapters focused on different population groups whose health is affected by social injustice. Part III focuses on different areas of public health with chapters on medical care; infectious diseases; nutrition; chronic diseases; mental health; assaultive violence and war; environmental health; occupational safety; oral health and international health. In Social Justice and Public Health, the editors have brought together a range of writers and perspectives to an important theme, and the book makes a useful contribution to a critical field of public health. This book will be another resource for teaching and brings together many important themes of social justice and public health.
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