Nutrition Policy in Canada, 1870-1939
Examines the beginnings and early evolution of nutrition policy developments in Canada from the late nineteenth century to the beginning of the Second World War.
Rethinking Domestic Violence
Dutton’s rethinking of the fundamentals of intimate partner violence is essential reading for psychologists, policy makers, and those dealing with the sociology of social science, the relationship of psychology to law, and explanations of adverse behaviour.
Protecting Aboriginal Children
This is the first book to document emerging practice in Aboriginal communities and describe child protection practice simultaneously from the point of view of the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal social worker.
Race and Gender in the Re-Emergence of Midwifery
Cross-Cultural Caring, 2nd ed.
A Handbook for Health Professionals
This new edition provides up-to-date statistics and fresh analysis of changing trends in immigration, describes ethno-cultural community, discussing such issues as childbirth, mental illness, dental care, hospitalization, and death, as well as home country culture, common reasons for emigrating, and challenges in adjusting to a new culture.
Building Health Promotion Capacity
Action for Learning, Learning from Action
Explores the professional practice of health promotion and, in particular, how individuals and organizations can become more effective in undertaking and supporting such practice.
First Do No Harm
Making Sense of Canadian Health Reform
Is there a crisis in Canadian health care? This book provides a concise introduction to the fundamentals of health care in Canada and examine various ideas for reforming the system sensibly.
Rethinking Sustainable Development
Taking the slogan "think globally, act locally" to heart, the contributors to this book offer both an understanding of the present and hope for a sustainable future.
Injury and the New World of Work
Examines a broad range of research solutions and policy options for dealing with the critical state of workers' compensation.
Aboriginal Health and Healing in British Columbia, 1900-50
This detailed but highly readable ethnohistory shows how a pluralistic medical system evolved among Canada’s most populous Aboriginal population.
Environmental Health Risks and Public Policy
Decision Making in Free Societies
Ethics and Aging
The Right to Live, the Right to Die
This book reflects the complexity of ethical questions, but develops them in relation to a single general theme: that of the involvement of the elderly in the design of social policy and the research which affects them.
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