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037    106103:106134|bElsevier Science & Technology|nhttp://
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245 00 Immigrant medicine|h[electronic resource] /|cPatricia Frye
       Walker and Elizabeth D. Barnett, editors 
260    St. Louis, Mo. ;|aLondon :|bElsevier Mosby,|c2007 
300    xv, 765 p. :|bcol. ill. ;|c25 cm.+|e1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in) 
500    Includes index 
500    Includes CD-ROM 
505 0  James M. Jaranson, MD, MA, MPH, Consultant, Division of 
       Epidemiology and Community Health, School of Public Health,
       University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; and William M. 
       Stauffer, MD, MSPH & DTMH, Assistant Professor, Department
       of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease & 
       International Medicine, School of Public Health, 
       University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. -- Section 1: 
       Introduction to Immigrant Medicine -- 1. An Introduction 
       to the Field of Refugee and Immigrant Healthcare (Walker &
       Barnett) -- 2. Compassion (Shlim) -- 3. Health and Well-
       being of Immigrants:The Healthy Migrant Phenomenon 
       (Fennely) -- 4. Action Steps to Improve the Health of New 
       Americans (Ohmans & Smith) -- 5. Language Assistance for 
       Limited English Proficient Patients: Legal Issues (Hunt) -
       - 6. Communicating with Limited English Proficient 
       Patients: Interpreter Services (Berg & van Dyke) -- 7. 
       Multicultural Medicine (Culhane-Pera & Borkan) -- 8. 
       Cultural Competence: A Patient-Based Approach to Caring 
       for Immigrants (Green, Betancourt & Carillo) -- 9. 
       Cultural Competence: Healthcare Disparities and Political 
       Issues (Betancourt, Green, Carillo and Park) -- Section 2:
       Medical Screenings and Immunizations for New Immigrants --
       10. Overseas Medical Screening for Immigrants and Refugees
       (Maloney, Ortega and Cetron) -- 11. US Medical Screening 
       for Immigrants and Refugees: Public Health Issues.(Cochran,
       O'Fallon and Geltman) -- 12. US Medical Screening for 
       Immigrants and Refugees: Clinical Issues.(Seybolt, Barnett
       & Stauffer) -- 13. Immunizations for Immigrants.(Barnett) 
       -- Section 3: Epidemiology of Diseases and Disorders in 
       Immigrants (edited by Dr. W Stauffer) -- 14. Differential 
       Diagnoses of Ill Immigrants by Organ System. (Neild & 
       Rothenberger) -- 15. Diseases by Country of Origin 
       (Wilson) -- 16. Diseases by Race/Ethnicity .(Summer & 
       Stauffer) -- 17. Diseases with Long Latency Periods 
       .(Boulware) -- 18. Emerging Infectious Diseases of 
       Immigrant Patients .(Sellman & Pederson) -- Section 4: 
       Major Diseases and Disorders in Immigrants -- 19. 
       Tuberculosis . (Bernardo) -- 20. Intestinal Parasites . 
       (Mody) -- 21. Eosinophilia . (Kim & Nutman) -- 22. 
       Hepatitis B: Global Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and 
       Prevention . (Amstrong, Goldstein) -- 23. Management of 
       Chronic Hepatitis B . (Ricci) -- 24. HIV Infection . 
       (Crosby, Piwowarczyk & Cooper) -- 25. Skin Problems . 
       .(Keystone) -- Section 5: Additional Diseases and 
       Disorders in Immigrants -- 26. Chagas₂ Disease (American 
       Trypanosomiasis) (Maguire) -- 27. Taenia Solium and 
       Neurocysticercosis .(White Jr and Yancey) -- 28. 
       Echinococcosis . (Moro & Schantz -- 29. Giardiasis . 
       ((Barnett). . . . . 421 -- 30. Helicobacter Pylori. 
       (Gebhard & Gebhard) -- 31. Hepatitis C. .(Amstrong & 
       Williams) -- 32. Hookworm Infection. (Hotez) -- 33. 
       Leishmaniasis . .(Juckett) -- 34. Leprosy . (Joyce) -- 35.
       Loiasis . .(Barnett) -- 36. Lymphatic Filariasis 
       .(Barnett) -- 37. Malaria . (Stauffer) -- 38. 
       Onchocerciasis . (Barnett) -- 39. Schistosomiasis . (Posey
       & Stauffer) -- 40. Strongyloides .(Boulware) -- Section 6:
       Chronic Illness in Immigrants -- 41. Preventive Healthcare
       in Children . (Mody) -- 42. Preventive Healthcare and 
       Management of Chronic Diseases in Adults. (Walker) -- 43. 
       Women₂s Health Issues (Bruce) -- 44. Women₂s Reproductive 
       Health . (Gagnon, Merry & Robinson) -- 45. Dental Diseases
       and Disorders. . (Cote & Singh) -- 46. Anemia and Red 
       Blood Cell Disorders. (Hurley) -- Section 7: Mental Health
       and Illness in Immigrants (edited by Dr. J Jaranson) -- --
       Overview of the Mental Health Section -- 47. Epidemiology 
       and Risk Factors. (Jaranson, Ekblad, Kroupin & Eisenman) -
       - 48. Screening for Mental Health Problems and History of 
       Torture .(Eisenman) -- 49. Diagnosis and Treatment of 
       Mental Illness. (Kinzie, Jaranson & Kroupin) -- 50. 
       Survivors of Torture: A Hidden Population .(Wenzel, 
       Kastrup & Eisenman) -- 51. Interpersonal Violence Towards 
       Women . (Ekblad, Kastrup, Eisenman & Arcel) -- 52. 
       Children and Adolescents . (Ellis & Betancourt) -- Section
       8: Special Issues in Immigrant Medicine -- 53. Religion 
       and Spirituality in the Lives of Immigrants in the United 
       States (Barnes) -- 54. School Readiness and Bilingual 
       Education .(Augustyn) -- 55. Vocational Considerations . 
       (Piwowarczyk, Clark & Caballes) -- 56. Health Literacy. 
       (Larsen) -- 57. Healthcare for Migrant Workers. (Piper-
       Jenks, Nolon & Dubois-Adach) -- 58. Visiting Friends and 
       Relatives. .(Keystone) -- Index 
520    Immigrant Medicine is the first comprehensive guide to 
       caring for immigrant and refugee patient populations. 
       Edited by two of the best-known contributors to the 
       growing canon of information about immigrant medicine, and
       written by a geographically diverse collection of experts,
       this book synthesizes the most practical and clinically 
       relevant information and presents it in an easy-to-access 
       format. An invaluable resource for front-line clinicians 
       and other healthcare professionals, public health 
       officials, and policy makers, Immigrant Medicine is 
       destined to become the benchmark reference in this 
       emerging field. Features expert guidance on data 
       collection, legal, interpretive and social adjustment 
       issues, as well as best practices in caring for immigrants
       to help you confidently manage all aspects of immigrant 
       medicine.Includes detailed discussions on major depression,
       post traumatic stress disorder, and issues related to 
       torture so you can effectively diagnose and treat common 
       psychiatric issues.Covers international and new-arrival 
       screening and immunizations offering you invaluable 
       advice.Presents a templated diseases/disorders section 
       with discussions on tuberculosis, hepatitis B, and common 
       parasites that helps you easily manage the diseases and 
       syndromes you are likely to encounter.Provides boxed 
       features and tables, differential diagnoses, and treatment
       algorithms to help you absorb information at a 
       glance.Includes a CD containing multi-lingual health 
       education sheets and links to further multi-lingual 
       resources so you can easily educate your patients 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAmsterdam :|cElsevier Science & 
       Technology,|d2009.|nMode of access: World Wide Web.
       |nSystem requirements: Web browser.|nTitle from title 
       screen (viewed on Dec. 9, 2009).|nAccess may be restricted
       to users at subscribing institutions 
590    Elsevier 
650  0 Immigrants|xHealth and hygiene|zGreat Britain 
650  0 Clinical epidemiology|zGreat Britain 
650  0 Immigrants|xServices for|zGreat Britain 
650 12 Delivery of Health Care 
650 12 Emigration and Immigration 
650 22 Refugees 
650 22 Transients and Migrants 
650 22 Health Services Needs and Demand 
650 22 Cross-Cultural Comparison 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Walker, Patricia Frye 
700 1  Barnett, Elizabeth D.|q(Elizabeth Day) 
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