3 edition of Malaria in the social context found in the catalog.
Malaria in the social context
Lobo, Lancy S.J.
Study conducted in Surat district, Gujarat, India.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -209) and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 213 p. :|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||2010347153|
Context. Effective and affordable treatment is recommended for all cases of malaria within 24 h of the onset of illness. Most cases of “malaria” (ie, fever) are self-diagnosed and most treatments, and deaths, occur at home. The most ethical and cost-effective policy is to ensure that newer drug combinations are only used for true cases of Cited by: Malaria represents broad social and economic costs. Traditionally, studies that have attempted to estimate the economic burden of malaria have focused on Cited by:
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Malaria in the Social Context: A Study in Western India: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: 3. This book underscores how, apart from bacteriological factors, human behavioural characteristics as well as the socio-cultural factors that affect people’s lives contribute to the risk for and prevention of infection, with particular focus on by: 3.
Malaria in the Social Context: A Study in Western India - Kindle edition by Lobo, Lancy. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Malaria in the Social Context: A Study in Western India.5/5(1).
This book underscores how, apart from bacteriological factors, human behavioural characteristics as well as the socio-cultural factors that affect people’s lives contribute to the risk for and prevention of infection, with particular focus on malaria.
Historically, social scientists have had little or no role in the design and evaluation of malaria control programs. In modern malaria control programs, there is a clear need for applied social science research and the participation of social : Stanley C.
Oaks, Violaine S. Mitchell, Greg W. Pearson, Charles C.J. Carpenter. The behavioural and social aspects of malaria and its control • Foreword] FOREWORD Malaria is unique among diseases because its roots lie so deep within human communities.
The most dangerous vectors of malaria thrive mainly within the village environment. An Expanded Source Book.(Sage Publications, ) Nyakeriga, Margaret A et al. Malaria and nutritional status of children living on the coast of Kenya. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,(), Vol Nkuo-Akenji, Theresia K et al.
The burden of malaria and malnutrition among children less than 14 years of age in a rural village of. Targeted malaria treatment (and community engagement) in context. The project and the community engagement was entangled with the local social and cultural context, influenced, for example, by local ideas of hospitality, healing practices, socio-economic factors and practicality of conducting a clinical by: Contextually, the social vulnerability to malaria encompasses a broader social context of malaria incidence in addition to environmental factors of malaria transmission.
It reflects the predisposition of the populations or individuals to malaria infection and theirs ability to mitigate the risk of malaria. Indicators of human poverty, including health indicators, often reflect severe gender – based disparity.
In this way, gender inequality is a significant determinant of health outcomes in the Region, with women and girls often at a severe social disadvantage.
Malaria remains a Cited by: Get this from a library. Malaria in the social context: a study in western India. [Lancy Lobo] -- Study conducted in Surat district, Gujarat, India.
Quotes Tagged “Malaria” “Eradicating mosquitoes is a means to an end. An uninfected mosquito is harmless to humans - just a nuisance. An infected mosquito is a danger.” ― T.K. Naliaka 0 likes “It’s not that easy living with malaria.
The reality of the high annual death toll should make. Get this from a library. Malaria in the social context: a study in western India.
[Lancy Lobo]. Importantly, some themes and sub-themes arose unexpectedly from the narratives; we did not, for example, set out to explore issues of bednet use during social events but this arose as an important aspect of malaria-related behaviour and, indeed, is a theme which is under-researched in the context of malaria risk by: Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite.
People with malaria often experience fever, chills, and flu-like illness. Left untreated, they may develop severe complications and die.
In an estimated million cases of malaria occurred worldwide andpeople died, mostly children in the African Region.
Malaria is a serious and sometimes fatal disease caused by a parasite that commonly infects a certain type of mosquito which feeds on humans.
People who get malaria are typically very sick with high fevers, shaking chills, and flu-like illness. Although malaria can be a deadly disease, illness and death from malaria can usually be prevented.
Far from it - an interesting survey of malaria - its symptoms, history, treatment. Malaria, through mosquitoes, has always been intertwined with human history, its politics, warfare, social aspirations. What the author seems to emphasize, and I agree, /5. In the public sector, large fractions of health sector budgets are spent on malaria control and treatment.
And at the macroeconomic level, a heavy national burden of malaria dampens economic development, sometimes subtly, but pervasively. Inthe UK's Health Protection Agency recorded 1, cases of malaria in the country. The majority of cases were members of the diaspora who had gone to visit friends or relatives.
Malaria prevention must go hand in hand with community participation. Unless individuals in communities see the merits of preventing the illness, even the best-designed prevention strategies might not be used.
It is necessary to understand how a community perceives febrile illness, the importance. Legitimate political authority, he suggests, comes only from a social contract agreed upon by all citizens for their mutual preservation.
Rousseau calls the collective grouping of all citizens the "sovereign," and claims that it should be considered in many ways to be like an individual person.Present global temperatures are in a warming phase that began to years ago.
Some climate models suggest that human activities may have exacerbated this phase by raising the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Discussions of the potential effects of the weather include predictions that malaria will emerge from the tropics and become established in.William Bynum reviews “The Malaria Project: The U.S.
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