An Introduction to Community & Public Health

Book review by Deane Barker
tags: health, textbook
2014
James F. McKenzie
638
10/10

A client is considering a project having to do with community health, so I read this for background. It’s an introductory textbook and succeeds in providing a broad view on the topic. I was surprised at the range of factors that play into community health: disease, addiction, injuries, environment, mental health, etc.

Two things that jumped out:

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