Socio-ecological dimensions of infectious diseases in Southeast Asia /
|Imprint:||Singapore : Springer, 2015.|
|Description:||1 online resource (ix, 338 pages) : illustrations|
|Series:||Online access with purchase: Springer (t)|
|Subject:||Communicable diseases -- Economic aspects -- Southeast Asia.|
Communicable diseases -- Social aspects -- Southeast Asia.
Tropical medicine -- Southeast Asia.
HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- General.
MEDICAL -- Clinical Medicine.
MEDICAL -- Diseases.
MEDICAL -- Evidence-Based Medicine.
MEDICAL -- Internal Medicine.
Communicable diseases -- Social aspects.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11095123|
Table of Contents:
- Chapter 1: Introduction to socio-ecological dimensions of infectious diseases and health in Southeast Asia.
- Part 1: Infectious Diseases and Societies
- Chapter 2: Climate, environment and epidemic febrile diseases: A view from Chinese medicine
- Chapter 3: Long life of people living with HIV/AIDS and the practice of medical power
- Chapter 4: Socio-environmental global changes and infectious diseases: Interdisciplinary approach applied to tourism studies
- Part 2: Socio-Ecosystems and Health
- Chapter 5: Heavy metals contamination in the ecosystem of Mae Tang reservoir in Northern Thailand
- Chapter 6: Water and health: What is the risk and visible burden of the exposure to environmental contaminations? Insights from a questionnaire-based survey in Northern Thailand
- Chapter 7: Melioidosis in Laos
- Part 3: Global Changes, Land Use Changes and Vector-Borne Diseases
- Chapter 8: Adaptation of mosquito vectors to salinity and its impact on mosquito-borne disease transmission in the South and Southeast Asian tropics
- Chapter 9: The malaria landscape: Mosquitoes, transmission, landscape, insecticide resistance and integrated control in Thailand
- Chapter 10: Rubber plantations as a mosquito box amplification in South and South-East Asia
- Part 4: Monitoring and Data Acquisition
- Chapter 11: Rescuing public health data
- Chapter 12: The new science of metagenomics and the challenges of its use in both developed and developing countries
- Chapter 13: Barcoding, biobanking, e banking: From ecological to ethical and legal aspects. Insights from the PathodivSEA project
- Part 5: Managing Health Risks
- Chapter 14: Methods for prioritization of diseases: Case study of zoonoses in South-East Asia
- Chapter 15: Managing global risks: Vietnamese poultry farmers and avian flu
- Chapter 16: The OIE Strategy to address threats at the interface between humans, animals and ecosystems
- Part 6: Developing Strategies
- Chapter 17: Business for biodiversity and ecosystem services
- Chapter 18: Bridging the gap between conservation and health
- Chapter 19: Implementation of the One health strategy. Lessons learnt from community based natural resource programs for communities' empowerment and equity within an Eco health approach.