Health issues in the Latino community

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Jossey Bass Publishers, 2001 - Social Science - 492 pages
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Sweeping in scope, Health Issues in the Latino Community identifies and offers an in-depth examination of the most critical health issues that affect Latino's health and health care within the United States. This resource offers a comprehensive approach that informs and promotes the advancement of the practice, program planning, research, and public policy to improve health care of all Latino citizens.

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Contents

Beyond Demographic Determinism
3
Latino Health Status
23
The Role of Insurance Managed Care
55
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MARILYN AGUIRRE-MOLINA is professor of public health at the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York City. She has served as the executive vice president of the California Endowment and as senior program officer at The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

CARLOS W. MOLINA is professor of community health education at York College of the City University of New York. He has served as the executive director of Lincoln Hospital in New York.

RUTH ENID ZAMBRANA is professor of women's studies at the University of Maryland. She was the Elisabeth Shirley Enochs Professor of Child Welfare, Social Work Program at George Mason University.

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