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Gender, Women and Primary Health Care Renewal (2010)
This discussion paper brings together evidence and experience from around the world focusing on making health systems more gender responsive. There is a need to examine the various barriers as well as opportunities in order to make health systems work better for women, which has been a special concern for several decades now, by using a gender equality and health equity perspective.
Primary Health Care (2009)
Primary Health Care: People, Practice, Place draws together significant contributions from established experts across a variety of disciplines to focus on changes in practices, technologies, and the changing nature of societies and populations. With arguments well-supported by empirical research, this book will appeal not only to scholars across a range of social and health sciences, but also to professionals involved in health services.
Safeguarding Children in Primary Health Care (2009)
This book provides an overview of the challenges primary health care professionals now face in recognising and responding to concerns about a child's safety from abuse and neglect. It provides practical accounts and perspectives from a range of frontline practitioners working with children, parents and carers, backed up by theoretical insights from leading academics in the field. Issues explored include: media coverage of child abuse and neglect cases, inter-professional collaboration, competing professional priorities and resources, practical workload decisions and personal experiences and anxieties.
Primary Health Care (2007)
General practitioners and other primary care professionals have a leading role in contemporary health care, which Trisha Greenhalgh explores in this highly praised new text. She provides perceptive and engaging insights into primary health care, focussing on: its intellectual roots, its impact on the individual, the family and the community, the role of the multidisciplinary team, contemporary topics such as homelessness, ethnic health and electronic records.
Journal articles provide an excellent source of current research in a particular area. The University Library subscribes to thousands of online journals. Listed below are some key online journals on primary health care: