Social Medicine Social Medicine High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! This type of study began formally in the early 1800s. The Industrial Revolution and the subsequent increase in poverty and disease among workers raised concerns about the effect of social processes on the health of the poor.Prominent figures in the history of social medicine include Rudolf Virchow, Salvador Allende, and more recently Paul Farmer and Jim Yong Kim. More specifically, Farmer et al. (2006) state that \"Biosocial understandings of medical phenomena are urgently needed\". Paul Farmer's view is that modern medicine is focused at the molecular level, and there is a \"gap\" between social analysis and everday clinical practices . Moreover, Farmer, Nizeye, Stulac and Keshavjee (2006) view social medicine with increasing importance as scientific inquiry is increasingly \"desocialized\". The latter refers to \"...a tendency to ask only biological question about what are in fact biosocial phenomena.\" Книга по Требованию 978-6-1320-4676-5
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Social Medicine

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  • Издательство: Книга по Требованию
  • Год выпуска: 2010
  • Кол. страниц: 84
  • ISBN: 978-6-1320-4676-5
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! This type of study began formally in the early 1800s. The Industrial Revolution and the subsequent increase in poverty and disease among workers raised concerns about the effect of social processes on the health of the poor.Prominent figures in the history of social medicine include Rudolf Virchow, Salvador Allende, and more recently Paul Farmer and Jim Yong Kim. More specifically, Farmer et al. (2006) state that "Biosocial understandings of medical phenomena are urgently needed". Paul Farmer's view is that modern medicine is focused at the molecular level, and there is a "gap" between social analysis and everday clinical practices . Moreover, Farmer, Nizeye, Stulac and Keshavjee (2006) view social medicine with increasing importance as scientific inquiry is increasingly "desocialized". The latter refers to "...a tendency to ask only biological question about what are in fact biosocial phenomena."
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