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by Raj Bhopal,John M. Last

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Raj Bhopal,John M. Last
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This publication contains a collection of papers produced to mark 100 years.

This publication contains a collection of papers produced to mark 100 years. Read by John M. Last.

Volume 50, Issue 3. 01 July 2006, pp. 407-408.

Raj Bhopal and John Last (Ed., Norwich, UK: The Stationery Office . The output from this meeting is the content of this book., Norwich, UK: The Stationery Office (Nuffield Trust), 2004. The celebration of 100 years of academic public health at the University of Edinburgh brought together approximately 330 participants with 17 contributors. There are three sections, as noted in the title. The discussion of the development of Edinburgh and the effects of these developments on the health of the inhabitants speaks to the interactions of crowding, poor sanitation, poverty and poor health care on morbidity and mortality.

This book celebrates a century of academic achievements in the field of public health at the University of Edinburgh.

Public Health: Past, Present and Future. chool of NursingLaurentian UniversityCanada. ursing Faculty, Bachelor of Science in NursingFaculty of Health SciencesDouglas CollegeCanada. chool of NursingMcGill UniversityCanada. epartment of Public Health SciencesUniversity of AlbertaCanada.

This book has two purposes.

The arts and humanities in health and medicine. This book has two purposes. First, it aims to identify key issues in health and health care, and, second, it aims to identify ways in which improvements in both might occur. Its title recognises that more might be achieved now if we were able to use our existing knowledge more effectively. We already know what needs to be done the question is how can that potential be realised.

This event centred on public health history, connected the living and now global public health community of Edinburgh students and staff to our deceased, illustrious predecessors to whom we paid respect. I cannot imagine another conference theme that would have such a broad appeal. JECH’s support of public health and epidemiological history deserves acclaim. 1. Berridge V, Gorsky M. The importance of the past in public health. JECH 2004; 258: 728-729. 2. Scally G, Womack J. JECH 2004; 258: 751-755

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The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) is part of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

Raj Bhopal is Bruce and John Usher Professor of Public Health in Edinburgh University and honorary consultant in public health with the NHS Lothian Board. His books include Concepts of Epidemiology (OUP) and Migration, Ethnicity, race and Health (OUP). His academic publications include about 300 journal articles, on topics including legionnaires disease, primary care epidemiology, environmental epidemiology and ethnicity and health. He is currently focusing on ethnic variations in disease, with a special emphasis how to respond to this knowledge with more effective public health interventions.

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