Emergency Health: Practical Application of Public Health Principles reimagines disasters from the lens of public health. It is transformational in the way it articulates how ?health and well-being are produced? in the context of emergencies. Emergency health describes the synthesis of disease prevention, health promotion and protection, and the provision of care related to disasters. It prioritizes equitable access to health before, during, and after public health emergencies. This book explores the role of public health in reducing disastrous outcomes by expanding our understanding of the larger ecosystem that affects health, wellness, and health equity.
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