Medical care in fatal illnesses of a rural punjab population some social biological and cultural factors and their ecological implication singh s gordon je wyon jb pmid 13977663 pubmed indexed for medline mesh terms ecology health surveys humans rural health rural population. Gender and disability among older adults in north and south india differences associated with coresidence and marriage authors authors and affiliations medical care of fatal illness in a rural punjab population some social biological and cultural factors and their ecological implications . Soc sc med vol 22 no i pp 15 22 1986 printed in great britain sex differences in childhood mortality in rural bangladesh michael a koenig and stan dsouza international centre for diarrhoea disease research bangladesh and zunited nations advisor in demography benin abstract the issue of higher female than male mortality during childhood in developing countries has recently . In this commentary i consider the historical focus of rural health research and policy on access to hospitals primary care and other health services and i call for a shift toward a population health approach to rural health over the past decade empirical studies have presented evidence that medical care contributes relatively little to health when compared with social and societal . Social cultural factors related to health part a recognizing the impact alexis armenakis msiv university of california san francisco and child family health international san francisco ca 2007 christie kiefer phd university of california san francisco prepared as part of an education project of the
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