by Robert W. Buckingham, M.D., Dr.P.H. ’78
Benjamin Cummings (San Francisco) 2000
This book addresses the process of sharing knowledge of international health among colleagues and students, a process that becomes more important as commerce and international travel accelerate both the globalization of human life and the pace of human and disease interactions. Buckingham and his co-contributors cover issues including global environmental health, primary care, malnutrition, maternal and child health, comparative national health care systems, epidemiology and the future of international health.