“A Companion to Health and Medical Geography”

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According to Research and Markets “A Companion to Health and Medical Geography” is John Wiley and Sons Ltd.’s new report that provides a comprehensive account of health and medical geography and approaches the major themes and key topics from a variety of angles. The report:

  • Offers a unique breadth of topics in relation to health and medical geography
  • Includes contributions from a range of scholars from rising stars to established, internationally renowned authors
  • Provides an up-to-date review of the state of the sub-discipline
  • Thematically organized sections that offer detailed accounts of specific issues and combine general overviews of the current literature with case study material
  • Chapters cover topics at the cutting edge of the sub-discipline including: emerging and re-emerging diseases, the politics of disease, mental and emotional health, landscapes of despair, and the geography of care

Bio on the Authors:

Tim Brown is a Lecturer in Human Geography in the Department of Geography, Queen Mary University of London. He is Secretary/Treasurer of the RGS-IBG Geography of Health Research Group and has published numerous authored and co-authored book chapters and papers.

Sara McLafferty is Professor of Geography at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her books include GIS and Public Health (with Ellen Cromley) (2002) and Geographies of Women’s Health (with Isabel Dyck and Nancy Lewis) (2001).

Graham Moon is Professor of Spatial Analysis in Human Geography at the University of Southampton. He has published extensively in medical and health geography and is the editor-in-chief of the journal Health and Place.”

Sources (information taken directly from): FOX Business; Research and Markets, Ltd.

Christine Irven, VERTICES intern

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