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Published September, 2018
By Nancy Krieger and Jason Beckfield
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
Series: Small Books, Big Ideas in Population Health
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In a stirring new synthesis, Political Sociology and the People's Health advances the debate over social inequalities in health by offering a new set of provocative hypotheses around how health is distributed in and across populations. It joins political sociology's macroscopic insights into social policy, labor markets, and the racialized and gendered state with social epidemiology's conceptualizations and measurements of populations, etiologic periods, and distributions. The result is a major leap forward in how we understand the relationships between institutions and inequalities — and essential reading for those in public health, sociology, and beyond.

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Published September, 2018
By Anya Plutynski
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
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This book engages several philosophical questions about cancer: What is cancer? Is it one or many? How do cell and molecular biologists, epidemiologists and evolutionary biologists think about and explain cancer?

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Published August, 2018
By Meijuan Li
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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Published July, 2018
By Sinead Walsh and Oliver Johnson
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd
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The inside story of West Africa's Ebola outbreak as experienced first-hand by a diplomat and a doctor.

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Published July, 2018
By Sinead Walsh and Oliver Johnson
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd
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The inside story of West Africa's Ebola outbreak as experienced first-hand by a diplomat and a doctor.

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Published July, 2018
By Joshua M. Sharfstein
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
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Firefighters are taught to battle flames. Police learn to respond quickly to 911 calls. So why are so few health officials prepared for public health crises? The Public Health Crisis Survival Guide is here to help. Whether it's an infectious disease outbreak, a scathing news report, or a sudden budget calamity, this book gives public health readers an honest and practical overview of what to do when things go wrong — not just to survive, but to lead and thrive in the most difficult circumstances.

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Published July, 2018
By Chaitra H. Nagaraja
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (CRC Press)
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Published June, 2018
By Felipe Fregni and Ben M.W. Illigens
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
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One of the most crucial skills a clinician, scientist, or student can learn is to create, conduct, and interpret the conclusions of a clinical study. Critical Thinking in Clinical Research teaches these fundamentals in four distinct sections, called "units": the first unit focuses on issues surrounding the design of a study such as population, question selection, randomization, and blinding; Unit 2 presents statistical methods such as analyzing data collected, how to present and discuss the data concisely; the third unit covers practical aspects such as methodology, organizational considerations, principles of trial conduct and reporting; and the final unit delves into study designs, providing the advantages and drawbacks of each design style.

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Published May, 2018
By Alicia O'Cathain
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP Oxford)
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A Practical Guide to Using Qualitative Research with Randomized Controlled Trials is ideal for researchers who are leading, undertaking, or planning to use qualitative research with RCTs. With its detailed explanations and inspiring examples, this book is also useful for postgraduate students wishing to conduct qualitative research in the context of an RCT.

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Published May, 2018
By Ichiro Kawachi, Dustin T. Duncan and Ana V. Diez Roux
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP USA)
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THE GROUNDBREAKING, FORMATIVE WORK IN SPATIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY — NOW UPDATED FOR A NEW GENERATION OF RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN PUBLIC HEALTH In 2003, Neighborhoods and Health codified the idea that a neighborhood's social and physical makeup can influence the health of people who live in it. More than a decade later, with the relationship between place and health firmly entrenched at the center of how we understand public health (and as its own scientific discipline, spatial epidemiology), this second edition of the landmark text offers another giant leap forward for the field.

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