Clinically Applied Anthropology: Anthropologists in Health Science Settings / Edition 1

Clinically Applied Anthropology: Anthropologists in Health Science Settings / Edition 1

by N. Chrisman, T. Maretzki

ISBN-10: 9027714185

ISBN-13: 9789027714183

Pub. Date: 09/30/1982

Publisher: Springer Netherlands

Product Details

Springer Netherlands
Publication date:
Culture, Illness and Healing Series, #5
Edition description:
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Anthropology in Health Science Settings.- Section I. Clinically Applied Anthropology Teaching.- Medical Anthropology in a Preclinical Curriculum.- The Ethnographic Mode of Teaching Clinical Behavioral Science.- Clinically Applied Anthropology on a Psychiatric Consultation-Liaison Service.- Anthropology in Nursing: An Exploration of Adaptation.- New Approaches to Old Problems: Interactions of Culture and Nutrition.- Witch Doctor’s Legacy: Some Anthropological Implications for the Practice of Clinical Medicine.- Section II: Clinically Applied Anthropology Research.- Research Strategies, Structural Alterations, and Clinically Relevant Anthropology.- Knowledge and Practice: Anthropological Ideas and Psychiatric Practice.- Patient Requests in Primary Care Clinics.- The Meaning of Hypertension.- An Approach to the Resolution of Mexican-American Resistance to Diagnostic and Remedial Pediatric Heart Care.- Illness Maintenance and the New American Sick Role.- Long Term Psychiatric Clients in an American Community: Some Sociocultural Factors in Chronic Mental Illness.- Social Institutions and Disease Transmission.- Author Index.

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