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  • The community health level and the distribution of health resources. A case study, Hokkaido, Japan
  • Community health level is examined by means of principal component analysis for 28 indices by 212 communities. As a result, community health level and the distribution pattern are illustrated on the maps. - (SGA)
  • Health care facilities in Manguzi health ward : a geographical analysis
  • Countryside ; Health ; Hospital facilities ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Medical services ; Rural community ; South Africa
  • The paper reports on an enquiry into the provision of health care facilities in rural northern KwaZulu-Natal. It concludes that there are more varied types of health facilities available for community members than those conventionally found in urban
  • Burma ; Communication ; Development ; Economy ; Education ; Health ; Political regime ; Transport
  • Birmanie ; Communication ; Développement ; Economie ; Education ; Régime politique ; Santé ; Transport
  • According to the military government, this book is a compendium of photographs, figures and graphs that indicate development in rural and urban areas, improvement of communication, transportation, health, education and economy. It shows
  • The relevance of a government framework to environmental health in South Africa
  • Cape Province ; Cape Town ; Community ; Government intervention ; Health ; Organization ; Participation ; South Africa
  • Urban environmental health policy is increasingly adopting a governance framework. However, there has been insufficient consideration of the factors which influence the interactions between civil society and government and that define governance
  • . A study in Cape Town sought to explore these issues, notably between health and sanitation, within societies in transition. - (AJC)
  • Increasing the productivity of community health workers in rural Nigeria through supervision in Field applications of operations research in primary health care within developing countries-Part II.
  • Optimization of task allocation for community health workers in Haiti in Field applications of operations research in primary health care within developing countries-Part II.
  • Water Supply and Health in India
  • Health ; India ; Pollution ; Regional disparities ; Water ; Water quality
  • In many parts of India, neither the quantity nor the quality of drinking water supplied to the public comply with required standards. In addition there are vast disparities between different regions and communities. The article deals with a chronic
  • Public participation and environmental decisionmaking in South Africa - The Frankdale Environmental Health Project
  • Community ; Decision ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Informal settlement ; Participation ; Project ; South Africa
  • of an environmental health case study, the procedures and techniques followed in order to ensure a high level of community involvement in an informal settlement, are described and evaluated. - (AJC)
  • The aims of the paper are, first, to highlight some of the problems and shortcomings in the field of public participation in South Africa, especially with regard to the involvement of poor, black communities. Secondly, through the presentation
  • Safety and health of migrant workers.
  • Rassemble 52 communications sur: 1la morbidité des travailleurs étrangers: maladies professionnelles, accidents du travail, épidémiologie| 2les mesures prises: soins et prévention| 3les problèmes spécifiques des femmes et les mesures concernant les
  • Federal Committee for Health and Social Welfare, Yougoslavie
  • World Health Organization, International
  • A model for mental health needs and resourcing in small geographic areas : a multivariate spatial perspective
  • a multivariate perspective, the spatial interdependence of the outcomes is included in the modelling approach outlined. The analysis relates to three hospital referral outcomes for psychiatric conditions, and to total community mental health referrals across
  • The paper considers how small area variations in a set of psychiatric referral outcomes in a London health authority of 750 000 people may inform health need assessment and health resourcing for mental illness based on true need. As well as adopting
  • Predicting community reaction to mental health facilities
  • TOADS go to New Jersey : implications for land use and public health in mid-sized and large US cities
  • City;Town ; Community ; Health ; Land use ; New Jersey ; United States ; Urban environment ; Urban renewal ; Urban society
  • Using a sample of 21 mid-sized cities in New Jersey, the AA. show that communities with a poor real estate market, many poor, minority residents and a weak economic base are likely to have serious « temporarily obsolete abandoned derelict sites
  • Environmental and health problems in the Sakha Republic
  • Asian part of Russia ; Demographic change ; Environment ; Ethnic community ; Health ; Industrial development ; Population ; Resource management ; Sakha
  • Community capacity amongst people living with HIV/AIDS
  • New spaces of the geographies of health and health care. Special issue
  • AIDS ; Canada ; Community ; Enquiry ; Health ; Mobilisation ; Ontario ; Small town ; Social network
  • Restructuring health and rural communities in New Zealand
  • Cultural landscape ; Economic restructuring ; Health ; Medical services ; New Zealand ; Place ; Rural area ; Rural community ; Rural society
  • Environment, economy, and public health problems in Belarus
  • Belorussia ; Crisis ; Economy ; Environment ; Health ; Non-governmental organization ; Pollution control ; Radioactivity
  • Particular emphasis is given to the impacts of the health effects of Chernobyl' on health care delivery. The effectiveness with which various institutional actors involved in health care have responded with programs of research, health care delivery
  • , and other efforts to ameliorate the health consequences of Chernobyl' and environmental pollution is examined.
  • Women's maternity health care and welfare, 1976-1986
  • Basic rights (to health care and to maternity leave). Public health| the health care of women during pregnancy, childbirth and after childbirth, public-health service activities in family planning, indicators of women's state of health during
  • maternity. Women's health care organisations.
  • AIDS ; Asia ; Cambodia ; Community ; Community health ; Community participation ; Concept ; Infection ; Representation ; Viral disease
  • Climate ; Climatic change ; Health ; Heat wave ; Ireland ; Mortality ; Population ageing ; Risk ; Summer ; climate change ; heat ; heatwave ; mortality
  • Climate change enhances the vulnerability of Ireland to extreme weather events in terms of potential adverse health impacts. To examine this, the mortality impacts of heatwaves between 1981 and 2006 were analysed, with particular reference
  • [b3] Department of Community Health, Health Service Executive, Naas, Irlande
  • [b1] Environmental Health Sciences Institute at the Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Irlande
  • [b4] Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Etats-Unis
  • Housing and health in an aboriginal community in Australia