The authors of Confronting Public Health Risks provide case examples and specific tools for analyzing and dealing with serious health hazards. The book includes six case studies from the areas of environmental health, occupational health and the AIDS epidemic. Each case study is followed by a discussion of a key issue involved and the links that exist with other cases covered in the book.
Health Risk Notification in a Small Town
Science versus Service in a Community-Based Lead Screening
Worker Health in Black and White
HIV and the Schools in a High Prevalence Community
|The Management of Conflict|
Community Teamwork on AIDS Care
|Tasks, Criteria and Evaluation|