3 edition of Health practices in a rural community found in the catalog.
Health practices in a rural community
Teodora V. Tiglao
by Community Development Research Council, University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City
Written in English
|Statement||by Teodora V. Tiglao.|
|Series||A Community Development Research Council publication, Study series ;, no. 23, Study series (University of the Philippines. Community Development Research Council) ;, no. 23.|
|LC Classifications||RA771.7.P6 T54 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||85184114|
LIREC is designed specifically for rural settings, and its participating schools reflect much of the geographic, ethnic, and organizational diversity of rural America. They range from the high desert of Arizona to the islands of Vermont; some schools are very small and community-based, others are large and consolidated and young students have. Aust. J. Rural Health () 10, – Blackwell Science, LtdOriginal Article CURRENT HEALTH SCENARIO IN RURAL INDIA Ashok Vikhe Patil,1 K. V. Somasundaram2 and R. C. Goyal2 1International Association of Agricultural Medicine and Rural Health and 2Department of Community Medicine, Rural Medical College of Pravara Medical Trust, Maharashtra, India.
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In rural health care settings, stigma takes on special importance because of the interdependent and overlapping relationships that exist in small communities. To be viewed negatively by others, to be avoided, and to be seen as less than a full member of the community is an extraordinary burden for a person in a rural community. Stigma comesFile Size: 1MB. A Community Health Needs Assessment, or CHNA, facilitated by faculty and students at the University of Georgia showed that the county needed an alternative. Today, the clinic averages about 15 patients a day and emergency room visits are down almost 23 percent, from nearly 6, annually before Taylor Express Care opened to just over 4, in.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tiglao, Teodora V. (Teodora Valenzuela). Health practices in a rural community. Diliman, Quezon City: Community Development Research Council, University of the Philippines,© Health practices in a rural community. [Quezon City] Community Development Research Council, University of the Philippines  (OCoLC) Online version: Tiglao, Teodora V.
(Teodora Valenzuela). Health practices in a rural community. [Quezon City] Community Development Research Council, University of the Philippines  (OCoLC) This comprehensive text about the issues of rural public health is the only book to focus on rural health from the perspectives of public health and prevention.
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