5 edition of Principles of Environmental Medicine found in the catalog.
Principles of Environmental Medicine
Jacques G. Descotes
by John Wiley & Sons Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||600|
This course uses the basic principles of biology and earth science as a context for understanding environmental policies and resource management practices. Our planet is facing unprecedented environmental challenges, from oil spills to global climate change. In ENSC , you will learn about the science behind these problems; preparing you to make an informed, invaluable contribution to . SECTION 3: PREVENTIVE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES The Periodic Health Examination Physical Activity Adolescent Medicine Immunization Principles of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Radiation Injury Bioterrorism Chronic Poisoning: Trace Metals and Others SECTION 4: AGING AND GERIATRIC MEDICINE
Environmental medicine was originally proposed as the study of effects upon human beings of external physical, chemical, and biological factors in the general environment , but environmental physicians focus more and more on the diagnosis and management of adverse health effects related to the physical and chemical contamination of air, soil. This book discusses six competency based learning objectives for all medical school students, discusses the relevance of environmental health to specific courses and clerkships, and demonstrates how to integrate environmental health into the curriculum through published case studies, some of which are included in one of the book's three appendices.
Environmental health practice is concerned with assessing, controlling, and preventing factors in the environment that can potentially affect human health. This chapter discusses briefly the concept and scope of environmental health, highlighting environmental health issues against a backdrop of global trends in health and development, and the burden of environmentally related disease. Principles of Stable Isotope Geochemistry is written as a textbook to accompany a one semester course in Stable Isotope Geochemistry. There are 13 chapters, each dealing with a specific subtopic of the field. Other than Chapters 1 and 2 – introduction and definitions – most of the remaining chapters can be read without reliance on the preceding ones. It is also hoped that the book will.
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