4 edition of Minority Populations: Genetics, Demography and Health found in the catalog.
Minority Populations: Genetics, Demography and Health
A. H. Bittles
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||D. F. Roberts (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Buy MINORITY POPULATIONS: Genetics, Demography and Health on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders MINORITY POPULATIONS: Genetics, Demography and Health: D F (ed's) Bittles A H and Roberts: : Books. The book focuses on the role of both biological and behavioural factors in the fertility, and specific patterns of health and disease, of minority populations living in developed and less developed countries.
The importance of marriages contracted between close relatives is stressed, as over Get this from a library. Minority populations: genetics, demography, and health: proceedings of the twenty-seventh annual symposium of the Galton Institute, London, [A H Bittles; D F Roberts; Galton Institute (London, England).
Symposium] -- With large migrant communities now resident in virtually all of the more developed countries, and increasing international awareness of the.
Minority Populations and Health is a textbook that offers a complete foundation in the core issues and theoretical frameworks for the development of policy and interventions to address race disparities in health-related outcomes.
This book covers U.S. health and social policy, the role of race and ethnicity in health research, social factors Author: Thomas A. Laveist. Minority populations: Genetics, demography, and health: Proceedings of the twenty-seventh annual symposium of the Galton Institute Tools RDF+XML BibTeX RDF+N-Triples JSON RefWorks Dublin Core Simple Metadata Refer METS HTML Citation ASCII Citation OpenURL ContextObject EndNote MODS OpenURL ContextObject in Span MPEG DIDL EP3 XML Reference Author: A.H.
Bittles, D.F. Roberts. Erika Stallings is an attorney and freelance writer based in New York City. Her work focuses on health care disparities, with a focus on breast cancer and genetics.
RISK ASSESSMENT. The most immediate translational application of genome science to improve public health is likely to come in population screening for rare, genetically determined diseases that can be prevented or mitigated with timely intervention.6 A promising example case is Lynch syndrome, in which a mutation in a single gene confers a greater than 80% risk of colon cancer, and for which.
The purposeful inclusion and targeted enrollment of minority populations in the All of Us program is an attempt to address the many racial or ethnic disparities in health and disease outcomes. Despite bearing a disproportionate burden of disease, racial and ethnic minorities in the United States are often underrepresented in research studies.
Health Disparities. The Institute of Medicine defines health care disparities among population groups as the difference in treatment or access not justified by the differences in health status or preferences of the groups. Disparities in health outcomes for minority groups defined by race and/or ethnicity are an enduring challenge within the health care system.
For example, compared. Summary health statistics for U.S. adults: National Health Interview Survey, National Center for Health Statistics.
Vital Health Stat 10(). 8National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). Morbidity and mortality: chart book. The emphasis on genetic explanations for population differences in health has also led to controversial instances of “gene hunting” by multinational institutions.
20 The affected countries may have inadequate or non-existing legislation on ethical and social protection for human subjects of health research in general, or genetic research in. A more diverse health care workforce has been shown to help improve access to health and health care for communities of color.
State policymakers seeking to address the health needs of racial and ethnic minority populations are exploring and identifying opportunities to diversity the health care workforce. Read the full report Additional Resources. The genetics, demography, and health of minority populations: a symposium held by The Galton Institute, September Sarah Bundey 1 Department of Clinical Genetics, Birmingham Maternity Hospital, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TG.
Get this from a library. Human biologists in the archives: demography, health, nutrition, and genetics in historical populations. [Ann Herring; Alan C Swedlund;] -- This book describes how archival data inform anthropological questions about human biology and health.
The authors present a diverse array of human biological evidence from a variety of sources. It is the only book to focus on paramount public health issues as they relate to older minority Americans, and addresses social, behavioral, and biological concerns for this population.
The text distills the most important advances in the science of minority aging and incorporates the evidence of scholars in gerontology, anthropology. Health disparities have prevailed in minority populations despite policy initiatives and new knowledge in genetics and genomics (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, ).
Establishing a culturally competent nursing workforce is suggested as a key component to improving communication and the patient‐centered trust relationship with.
This book describes how archival data inform anthropological questions about human biology and health. The authors present a diverse array of human biological evidence from a variety of sources including the archaeological record, medical collections, church records, contemporary health and growth data, and genetic information from the descendants of historical populations.
Byracial/ethnic minorities will account for nearly 50% of the total U.S. population. If these populations continue to experience poor health status, the expected demographic changes will magnify the adverse impact of such disparities on public health in the United States. A third influence on population structure and health arises from migration and the social status of migrants.
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