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Themed Issue: Prevention Politics and Public Health Governance
Colleen M. Grogan
The Hidden Strength of Prevention Politics
Politics of Prevention
Rick Mayes and Thomas R. Oliver
Chronic Disease and the Shifting Focus of Public Health: Is Prevention Still a Political Lightweight?
Adam Oliver and Lawrence D. Brown
A Consideration of User Financial Incentives to Address Health Inequalities
Narratives of Prevention
Lars Thorup Larsen
The Leap of Faith from Disease Treatment to Lifestyle Prevention: The Genealogy of a Policy Idea
Making Sense of the Global Health Crisis: Policy Narratives, Conflict, and Global Health Governance
Public Health Governance
Peter D. Jacobson, Jeffrey Wasserman, Anda Botoseneanu, Amy Silverstein, and Helen W. Wu
The Role of Law in Public Health Preparedness: Opportunities and Challenges
Behind the Jargon
Colleen M. Grogan
Michael K. Gusmano
/ The Politics of Medicaid / Medicaid Everyone Can Count On: Public Choices for Equity and Efficiency
/The Politics of Medicaid/–by Olson Laura Katz.
/Medicaid Everyone Can Count On: Public Choices for Equity and Efficiency–by Grannemann Thomas W. and Pauly Mark V..
John D. Chappell
/ Under the Radar: Cancer and the Cold War. Critical Issues in Health and Medicine Series / Contested Medicine: Cancer Research and the Military
/Under the Radar: Cancer and the Cold War/–by Leopold Ellen.
/Contested Medicine: Cancer Research and the Military/–by Kutcher Gerald.
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