2 edition of health of Regionville found in the catalog.
health of Regionville
Koos, Earl Lomon
|LC Classifications||RA410.5 .K6 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 177 p.|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||67025001|
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health problems that confronts public health officers is education of groups inCited by: There health behaviour is related to social class, and the attitude of labourers (class ill) closely resembles what is often seen in the tropics: In Regionville, class-in people are reluctant to call in medical help.
They were asked what they would do in the face of certain symptoms of by: 1. see more details State in (The health of Regionville, New York: Columbia Univ.
Press), was completed by the sample population before interview and it was found that there was an even greater recognition of the need for medical care than Koos had found Cited by: Responses to Illness - Implications for the Clinician Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 83(4) May with 18 ReadsAuthor: Tim Usherwood.
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[Earl Lomon Koos] -- Attempts to answer questions surrounding the effective health of an entire community. Studies some five hundred families at intervals to learn their health habits, attitudes toward health and.
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Abstract. In the past, the term patient designated a person who was suffering or enduring pain, related to the word patience (Webster’s Third New International Dictionary).Modern usage of the term patient denotes a person who is seeking or is being given medical care.
Although an illness usually leads a person to seek medical help, not all who are ill become patients nor are all patients Author: Hoyle Leigh, Morton F.
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Koos in the period In the present paper, we are concerned principally with that part having to do with the changing health care beliefs in this community. The indications are that: 1) there has been considerably liberalization of opinion, particularly among Cited by: 3. Table of Contents for American Journal of Public Health.
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– Free. Abstract. In the past, the term patient used to mean a person who was suffering or enduring pain, related to the word patience (Webster’s Third New International Dictionary).Modern usage of the term patient denotes a person who is seeking or is being given medical care.
Although an illness usually leads an individual to seek medical help, not all who are ill become patients nor are all Author: Hoyle Leigh, Morton F. Reiser.
Koos, EL: The Health of Regionville — What the People Thought and Did About It. New York, Columbia University Press, Google Scholar. Stoeckle, JD, Zola, IK, Davidson, GE: On going to see the doctor, the contributions of the patient to the decision to Cited by: New York: Basic Books.
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Parts 1. Jewish patients are concerned about the meaning of pain and outcomes, while Anglos and the Irish are more optimistic and complacent in their relationships with the physician. In a landmark study inKoos () studied health attitudes in Regionville, an upstate New York town, and found variation by social class.
Social networks may also Cited by: 1. Earl L. Koos, The Health of Regionville (New York: Columbia University Press, ). Lena Di Cicco and Dorrian Apple, "Health Needs and Opinions of Older Adults," in Dorrian Apple (ed.), Sociological Studies of Health and Sick-ness (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., ), pp.
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In American society, where the biomedical profession is institutionalized and its therapies dominate health care, a decision to deviate from prevailing norms can be considered remarkable. Yet research done by Eisenberg et al. () found that unconventional orAuthor: Nina Patricia van Es.
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NOTES 1. Extensive bibliographies of such studies may be found in R. Kohn and S. Radius, “ International Comparison of Health Services Systems,” 3 (2) International Journal of Health Services – () ; Jesus DeMiguel, “ A Framework for the Study of National Health Systems,” 12 (2) Inquiry Supplement: 10 – 24 (June, ) ; and in many of the sources listed.
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Read the latest issue. Founded inSocial Service Review (SSR) is devoted to the publication of thought provoking, original research on pressing social issues and promising social work practices and social welfare es in SSR analyze issues from the vantage points of a broad spectrum of disciplines, theories.
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References 1. Goldberg, N. "The AMA Faces Down FDR and Wins." Physician Executive 19(1), Jan.-Feb. 2. Koos, E. The Health of Regionville: What the People Thought and Did about It.This collection showcases journal articles, book chapters, and other publications and presentations written by faculty and researchers of the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
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