C. Everett Koop, Clarence E. Pearson, M. Roy Schwarz, [editors] ; foreword by Jimmy Carter
"Critical Issues in Global Health" is an outstanding compendium of knowledge and thought - from a distinguished panel of internationally renowned medical and public health experts - that offers insight into the most important health issues facing our world's populations. The volume's individual contributors represent a wide range of prestigious health organizations and institutions including the World Health Organization, National Academy of Sciences, Kellogg and Rockefeller Foundations, U.S. Centers for Disease Control, and the American Public Health Association. Edited by C. Everett Koop, Clarence E. Pearson, and M. Roy Schwarz, these never-before-published essays explore the future of international health and explain what will be required in order to provide adequate health and medical care worldwide, especially for underdeveloped countries.
ForewordJimmy CarterIntroductionC. Everett KoopPart One -Countries, Continents, And The World1 The Future Of The World's HealthGro Harlem Brundtland2 AfricaAdetokunbo O. Lucas3 Latin America And The CaribbeanGeorge A. O. Alleyne4 Eastern Mediterranean RegionHussein A. Gezairy5 EuropeJo E. Asvall, Richard Alderslade6 Western PacificShigeru Omi7 People's Republic Of ChinaZhang Wenkang, M. Roy Schwarz8 IndiaV. Ramalingaswami9 Russian FederationJack W. Lesar, Yuri M. Komarov, Rafael G. Oganov,Robert W. Porter10 United StatesJ. Michael Mcginnis11 MexicoJuan Ramon De La Fuente, Fernando Alvarez Del Rio, Roberto Tapia-Conyer, A. Rodrigo Ares De Parga12 CanadaIrving Rootman, Trevor HancockPart Two -The Organizational Landscape In Global Health13 Infectious DiseasesWilliam H. Foege14 Chronic DiseaseJames S. Marks, David V. Mcqueen15 Mental HealthEugene B. Brody16 Tropical DiseasesJoseph A. Cook17 The Outlook For Eradicating AIDSSeth F. Berkley18 -Future Worldwide Health Effects Of CurrentSmoking Patterns 154Richard Peto, Alan D. Lopez19 Tobacco ControlDerek Yach20 Environmental And Occupational HealthBernard D. Goldstein21 Environmental HealthAnthony J. Mcmichael, Alistair Woodward22 Family And Reproductive HealthAllan Rosenfield, Elizabeth Tyler Crone23 Maternal And Child HealthPierre Buekens, J. T. Boerma24 MidwiferyJudith P. Rooks, Ruth Watson Lubic25 Building The Capacity Of Schools To Improve HealthLloyd J. Kolbe, Jack T. Jones, Isolde Birdthistle,Cheryl Vince Whitman26 Women's HealthAdrienne Germain27 UndernutritionBarbara A. Underwood28 The Nutritional Crisis To ComeW.P.T. James29 Population And HealthJoseph Chamie30 Interpersonal ViolenceLee Ann Hoff31 TerrorismJessica Eve Stern32 Urban HealthJeremiah A. Barondess33 Biomedical Research In The Next CenturyBruce Alberts34 The Role And Potential Of Health Services ResearchGordon H. Defriese35 Reinventing Medicine And Public HealthKenneth I. Shine36 Integrative MedicineAndrew T. Weil37 -Health Promotion, Health Education, And Disease PreventionLawrence W. Green, C. James Frankish38 The Role Of Communication And AdvertisingThomas P. Lom39 -Effective Communication As The Path To Ideal HealthScott C. Ratzan40 Changes Associated With AgingKnight Steel41 -The Relationship Between Oceans And Human HealthJames D. Watkins, Anwar Huq42 Careers In Public Health And Medical CareAlexander H. Williams IIIPart Three -Organizations, Management, Leadership, And Partnerships43 -Shaping The Future Of Health Through Global PartnershipsWilliam C. Richardson, John P. Allegrante44 The Role Of GovernmentsRichard G. A. Feachem45 The Role Of BusinessWilliam C. Steere Jr.46 The Role Of The Nonprofit SectorKumi Naidoo47 Business In Partnership With The Nonprofit SectorRalph S. Larsen48 -The Nonprofit Sector In Partnership With GovernmentNils Daulaire49 Philanthropy And Global Health EquityLincoln C. Chen, Timothy G. Evans, Margaret E. Wirth50 The Role Of Public Health AssociationsMohammad N. Akhter51 The Mandate: Transformational LeadershipGary L. Filerman, Clarence E. Pearson