Screening For Disease Has Become A Widely Accepted Concept In Health Care Screening In Disease Prevention Takes A Critical Look At The Practice Of Screening Throughout The Various Stages Of Life The Book Highlights Three Current Challenges The Increasing Consumer, Media And Commercial Focus On Health In General And Screening In Particular Providing Accurate And Understandable Information And Tackling The Continuing Variation In The Uptake Of Screening Between Different Areas Of The Country And Different Socio Economic Groups Screening In Disease Prevention Is Important Reading For Public Health Professionals, Particularly Those Involved In Screening Programs Policy Makers And Shapers, Medical Researchers, Pressure Groups And Support Organizations For People With Screenable Conditions Will Also Find It A Valuable Reference
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Screening in Disease Prevention: What Works? (European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies) book, this is one of the most wanted Walter W. Holland author readers around the world.
- 184 pages
- Screening in Disease Prevention: What Works? (European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies)
- Walter W. Holland
- 09 September 2019 Walter W. Holland