Global Health from the Margins: contemplations from students engaging in interdisciplinary research
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Climate change, poverty, environmental degradation, and deepening inequality – the future before us offers no end of wicked problems and human health is deeply implicated in them all. This is not the first time we have faced broad-scale public health crises. Hanlon et al. document four previous transitions going back to the Industrial Revolution, which required transformative public health shifts. In each shift was an associated transformation in society’s understanding of itself and the way health was conceived within it.
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Lesley Johnston, Lacey Willmott (2018). Global Health from the Margins: contemplations from students engaging in interdisciplinary research. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/17882
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