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Published March, 2022
By Emily Mendenhall
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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Tells the story of what happened in Okoboji, a small Iowan tourist town, when a collective turn from the coronavirus to the economy occurred in the COVID summer of 2020. Unmasked is a fascinating and heartbreaking account of where people put their trust, and how isolationist popular beliefs can be in America's small communities.

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Published January, 2021
By James Coverdill and John Mellinger
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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On July 1, 2003, work-hour reforms were enacted nationally for the roughly 129,000 resident physicians in the United States. Why Surgeons Struggle with Work-Hour Reforms focuses on general surgeons, a historically long-hour specialty, who fiercely opposed the reforms and are among the least compliant.

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Published January, 2021
By James Coverdill and John Mellinger
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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On July 1, 2003, work-hour reforms were enacted nationally for the roughly 129,000 resident physicians in the United States. Why Surgeons Struggle with Work-Hour Reforms focuses on general surgeons, a historically long-hour specialty, who fiercely opposed the reforms and are among the least compliant.

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Published November, 2020
By Patricia Antoniello
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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Details the role of the Comprehensive Rural Health Project, a groundbreaking, internationally recognised primary health care model that uses local solutions to solve intractable global health problems. Emphasizing equity and community participation, this grassroots approach recruits local women to be educated as village-based health workers.

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Published November, 2020
By Patricia Antoniello
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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Details the role of the Comprehensive Rural Health Project, a groundbreaking, internationally recognised primary health care model that uses local solutions to solve intractable global health problems. Emphasizing equity and community participation, this grassroots approach recruits local women to be educated as village-based health workers.

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Published November, 2020
By Lydia Dixon and Lydia Z. Dixon
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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Profiles the voices of those who fight against inequalities of care even while they form alliances with the systems that perpetuate them. Lydia Dixon's ethnography spans seventeen years of work with Mexican midwives, witnessing their difficult and sometimes messy project of integrating themselves into a system which they simultaneously critique.

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Published November, 2020
By Lydia Dixon and Lydia Z. Dixon
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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Profiles the voices of those who fight against inequalities of care even while they form alliances with the systems that perpetuate them. Lydia Dixon's ethnography spans seventeen years of work with Mexican midwives, witnessing their difficult and sometimes messy project of integrating themselves into a system which they simultaneously critique.

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Published July, 2019
By Lucia Guerra-Reyes
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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In 1997, when the author began research in Peru, she observed a profound disconnect between the birth care desires of health personnel and those of indigenous women. Midwives and doctors would plead with her as the anthropologist to "educate women about the dangerous inadequacy of their traditions".

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Published July, 2019
By Lucia Guerra-Reyes
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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In 1997, when the author began research in Peru, she observed a profound disconnect between the birth care desires of health personnel and those of indigenous women. Midwives and doctors would plead with her as the anthropologist to "educate women about the dangerous inadequacy of their traditions".

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Published November, 2018
By Aminata Maraesa
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
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In order to understand the local realities of health and development initiatives undertaken to reduce maternal and infant mortality, the author accompanied rural health nurses as they travelled to villages accessible only by foot over waterlogged terrain to set up mobile prenatal and well-child clinics.

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