This book argues that current states of confusions and disorderliness on policymaking concerning the coronavirus pandemic exist partly because of different understandings of the limited role of evidence in the policy-making process and the importance of other factors in such a process. The book consists of nine chapters. Chapter 1 deals with the Covid-19 disease. Chapter 2 looks at the concept of public health for it is within public health systems...
This book presents analyses of the concepts of public health, sustainability and policy change. It describes stakeholder analysis and national health accounts frameworks in Gambia. The case study is the Sustainability Impact Assessment framework and its role in policy change in immunization systems.
This book presents a thorough and critical account of the theories and concepts of community health education in an increasingly networked era. It examines basic concepts in education for community health; in-depth understanding of concepts such as learning space design, ICT, pedagogy and curriculum design and types of learning. It discusses professional development and development of teaching and learning centres in community health and implications...