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At the intersection of medical geography and disease ecology: Mirko Grmek, Jacques May and the concept of pathocenosis.
Arrizabalaga J. Hist Philos Life Sci 2018. PMID 30523424
Environmental historians are not sufficiently aware of the extent to which mid twentieth-century thinkers turned to medical geography-originally a nineteenth-century area of study-in order to think through ideas of ecology, environment, and historical reasoning. ...May (Paris 1896-Tunisia, 1975), who was then pioneering an opening up of medical geography and movement towards the concept of disease ecology. ...
Environmental historians are not sufficiently aware of the extent to which mid twentieth-century thinkers turned to medical geogra
[Medical geography].
Hauri D. Praxis (Bern 1994) 2007 - Review. PMID 17974122 German.
The task of medical geography is to investigate the associations between geographical factors and diseases. Thereby, geographic techniques and concepts are applied on health problems. ...Some authors regard medical geography merely as supporting discipline of medicine. Nevertheless, as men and environment future and as they play an important part in the diffusion of diseases being regarded as defeated, medical geography will play an important part concerning medical questions. ...
The task of medical geography is to investigate the associations between geographical factors and diseases. Thereby, geographi …
Conceptualizing violence for health and medical geography.
DeVerteuil G. Soc Sci Med 2015. PMID 25617032
Despite the fact that violence is a major threat to public health, the term itself is rarely considered as a phenomenon unto itself, and rarely figures explicitly in work by health and medical geographers. In response, I propose a definitionally and conceptually more robust approach to violence using a tripartite frame (interpersonal violence, structural violence, mass intentional violence) and suggest critical interventions through which to apply this more explicit and conceptually more robust approach: violence and embodiment via substance abuse in health geography, and structural violence via mental illness in medical geography....
Despite the fact that violence is a major threat to public health, the term itself is rarely considered as a phenomenon unto itself, and rar …
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