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  • 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.
  • 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
  • Impatient health care
  • Hospital network, hospital beds, health workers, rates of hospital capacity utilization.
  • Restructuring health care: tracking the decentralization debate
  • Decentralization ; Democracy ; Health ; Health policy ; Medical services ; Organization ; Participation ; Research
  • One of the commonest measures being introduced in low-and-middle-income countries to meet both economic and political goals of health sector reform is the decentralized management of health services. The literature on this topic does not contain
  • Wilderness and health in the nineteenth century
  • Geographic information systems and health: an educational resource
  • Geographical information system ; Health ; Medical geography ; Teaching of geography
  • Reviews the literature on how geographic information systems can be used to analyze the spatial dimensions of health care and disease ecology. - (DWG)
  • Nomads, development and health : delivering public health services to the Bedouin in Israel
  • Rural health and health services in Rural deprivation and planning.
  • A simple method of obtaining a health hazard index and its application in micro-regional health planning
  • Health status and health care of workers
  • International migration and health : Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia health care in the United Kingdom
  • Perspectives on health and development
  • Epidemic;Disease outbreak ; Health ; Induced effect ; International migration ; Medical service ; Morbidity ; United Kingdom
  • The great cultural diversity of the immigrant population presents an important challenge in delivering health care to the populations at risk of these diseases. The spatial concentration of these populations is one of the greatest advantages
  • Women's status, environmental changes and child health in the riverine area of Ondo State, Nigeria
  • Health, environment and development
  • Children ; Enquiry ; Health ; Nigeria ; Quality of life ; Socio-economic system ; Status of women ; Village ; Vulnerability ; Woman
  • The paper uses the concept of vulnerability as a departure point from which to map the health risk to children in Igbekun area, an oil-rich coastal area of Nigeria. The paper attempts to highlight the poor quality of life and health of children
  • and how it is becoming much more difficult to practice health intervention programmes. The environmental crisis has deprived women of their traditional means of livelihood.
  • The spatial pattern of health facilities in Saudi Arabia : development and planning
  • Health ; Hospital ; Medical service ; Medicine ; Planning ; Regional disparities ; Saudi Arabia ; Services
  • This paper attempts to determine how far the national policy objectives of health services have been accomplished, and to identify the problems that may exist in the distribution of health facilities in the country.
  • A health risk assessment of ultraviolet radiation in Durban
  • Health ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Radiation ; Risk ; South Africa
  • The widely observed depletion of statospheric ozone and the expected increase in surface ultraviolet radiation receipt has raised much concern about consequent health risks, particularly in the form of erythema (sunburn) and non-melanoma skin cancer
  • . This paper presents the findings of a health risk assessment of surface ultraviolet radiation in Durban. - (AJC)
  • Health pattern of the rural people in Lower Ganga Plain
  • Demographic structure ; Educational level ; Health ; India ; Occupational activity ; Rural population ; Social structure
  • This paper focuses on the health pattern of rural population in the Lower Ganga Plain (eastern India). Author accomplished an analysis of health conditions of the local population according to demographic structure (age and sex), social composition
  • The impact of natural hazards on the health sector in the Caribbean : implications for health sector planning
  • Perspectives on health and development
  • Health ; Hurricane ; Impact study ; Islands ; Lesser Antilles ; Medical service ; Natural hazards ; West Indies
  • Localities for epidemiological monitoring and health policy
  • Accessibility ; England ; Epidemiology ; Health ; Health policy ; Indicator ; Infant mortality ; Locality ; London ; Medical services ; Service ; United Kingdom
  • The impetus behind locality arrangements in Health Districts in the UK is discussed in terms of recent reform of the structure of health services. Implications for needs assessment and resource allocation are considered. The advantages of using
  • Women's health : voices from Amandawe
  • Blacks ; Health ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Medical services ; Outer conurbation area ; Poverty ; South Africa ; Woman
  • The paper focuses on the health status of black women in a peri-urban area in KwaZulu-Natal. It is apparent that low socio-economic status, high workloads and the lack of adequate health facilities were strongly related to the poor health of women