GLOBAL HEALTH & SOCIAL MEDICINE
Medical anthropological research related to health and development; social change and health; health, culture and the environment; political economy of health, and alternative therapies for drug addiction. Most recently concerned with issues related to health and human rights; poverty and disease, and the health of marginalized populations, as well as adolescent health and sexuality, including a concern for the health and care of orphans. Previous research focusing on acceptability of immunizations and on aspects of primary health care and community development, particularly in developing countries, including such issues as, health manpower development (especially community health workers), acceptability of primary health care, traditional medicine and medical pluralism, anthropology and epidemiology. Extensive international collaborative research and evaluation work, especially in Bolivia, Colombia, Guatemala, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Uganda.
Social science & medicine. Medical anthropology, November 1, 1980
The Medical journal of Malaysia, March 1, 1980
Social science & medicine. Medical anthropology, February 1, 1980
The American journal of Chinese medicine, January 1, 1980
The Medical journal of Malaysia, December 1, 1979
The Medical journal of Malaysia, December 1, 1978