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The Resource New and emerging issues in Latinx health, Airín D. Martínez, Scott D. Rhodes, editors

New and emerging issues in Latinx health, Airín D. Martínez, Scott D. Rhodes, editors

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New and emerging issues in Latinx health
Title
New and emerging issues in Latinx health
Statement of responsibility
Airín D. Martínez, Scott D. Rhodes, editors
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This timely volume serves as a comprehensive and much-needed update to the literature on Latinx health. As both the United States and Latinx subgroups experience and anticipate demographic shifts, it is critical to examine the current epidemiology of Latinx health, as well as the factors influencing this population's health and well-being. Chapters in this book, written by highly respected experts, illuminate the diversity of the Latinx population and provide strategies to mitigate many of the challenges faced by them, including challenges related to migrating to new destinations. The book is designed to enrich dialogue around the multilevel determinants of Latinx health, and concludes with a call to action for both increased culturally congruent and sound Latinx-focused research and the mentorship of Latinx early-career investigators. A selection of the perspectives included among the chapters: Chronic disease and mental health issues in Latinx populations Substance use among Latinx adolescents in the United States Health insurance reform and the Latinx population Immigration enforcement policies and Latinx health Research priorities for Latinx sexual and gender minorities Racial and ethnic discrimination, intersectionality, disability, and Latinx health New and Emerging Issues in Latinx Health is an invaluable compendium that provides a foundation of understanding Latinx health and well-being and guides future research and practice. The book is essential for researchers, practitioners, and students in the fields of public health, health education, population and community health, preventive medicine, health administration and policy, and community and health psychology, and is also relevant for federal, state, and local agencies including health departments and other Latinx- and immigrant-serving community-based organizations
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
362.1089/68073
Index
index present
LC call number
RA448.5.H57
LC item number
N49 2020eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Martínez, Airín D.
  • Rhodes, Scott D.
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  • Hispanic Americans
  • Hispanic Americans
  • Hispanic Americans
  • Hispanic Americans
Label
New and emerging issues in Latinx health, Airín D. Martínez, Scott D. Rhodes, editors
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
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Content type code
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Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword There are numerous potential candidates for authoring of the Foreword, including but not limited to:Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable, MD, Director of the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities David Hayes-Bautista, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture at the School of Medicine, UCLA. David Hayes-Bautista was the first person of color to graduate from the medical sociology program at UCSF. Ruth E. Zambrana, PhD, Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, Department of Women's Studies, Director of the Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity, Interim Director of the U.S. Latino Studies Initiative at the University of Maryland, College Park, and Adjunct Professor of Family Medicine at University of Maryland Baltimore, School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine Chapter 1: Latinx in the US: An Introduction to Demographic Trends and the Epidemiology of Health and Well-BeingAuthors: Rhodes and Martinez In this chapter, the editors will describe demographic changes in the US over time, outline what the population of Latinas/os will look like in the future, outline some of the major health issues facing Latinos/Latinas; describe the rationale for and significance of this book; outline the structure of book (i.e., 2 sections: (1) The health status of Latinas/os in the US, and (2) Communities, Systems, and Structures); and the subsequent chapters; identify cross chapter themes; and delineate next steps in terms of research to improve the health and well-being of Latinas/Latinos in the US. All subsequent chapters will adhere to the following structure: 1. Describe current state of epidemiology/knowledge with consideration to subgroups and heterogeneity of population as relevant (7-10 pages)2. Review of relevant conceptual/theoretical approaches (1-2 pages)3. Briefly identify successful research and interventions (2-3 pages)4. Identify research and intervention needs and priorities (3-5 pages) Section 1: The Health Status of Latinx in the US Chapter 2: Chronic DiseaseAuthors: Barbara Baquero, PhD, MPH (University of Iowa) and colleagues. Chapter 3: Sexual and Reproductive HealthAuthors: Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH (Wake Forest School of Medicine) and colleagues. Chapter 4: Occupational Health Authors: Abel Valenzuela, PhD (UCLA) and colleagues. Chapter 5: Mental HealthAuthors: Hector M. Gónzalez, PhD (Michigan State University) and colleagues. Chapter 6: Im/Migrant HealthAuthors: Thomas Painter, PhD (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and colleagues. Chapter 7: LGBT HealthAuthors: Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH (Wake Forest School of Medicine) and colleagues. Chapter 8: Aging and Older Latinas/osAuthors: Adriana Pérez, PhD, ANP (University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing) and colleagues. Chapter 9: Disabilities Among Latinas/osAuthors: Fabricio Balcazar, PhD, (Department of Disability and Human Development at University of Illinois at Chicago) and colleagues. Chapter 10: Substance UseAuthors: Flavio Marsiglia, PhD, MSW (School of Social Work & Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center Arizona State University) and colleagues. Section 2: Communities, Systems, and Structures Chapter 11: ACA and Health Care UtilizationAuthors: Mark Hall, JD, and Lilli Mann, MPH (Wake Forest Schools of Medicine and Law) Chapter 12: Immigration Enforcement Policies and HealthAuthors: Heide Castañeda, PhD, MPH (University of South Florida) and colleagues. Chapter 13: The Built EnvironmentAuthors: Francisco Lara-Valencia, PhD (Arizona State University) and colleagues. Chapter 14: Expansions of AcculturationAuthors: Airin D. Martinez, PhD, (Arizona State University), Samantha Sabo, PhD, MPH, (University of Arizona), Rebecca Crocker, PhDc (University of Arizona) Alma Hernández, PhDc (University of New Mexico) Chapter 15: DiscriminationAuthors: Edna Viruell-Fuentes, PhD, MPH (University of Illinois -- Urbana-Champaign Chapter 16: Representation, Politics, and LeadershipAuthors: Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD, MPH (University of Puerto Rico)
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9783030240431
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10.1007/978-3-030-24043-1
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Label
New and emerging issues in Latinx health, Airín D. Martínez, Scott D. Rhodes, editors
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Foreword There are numerous potential candidates for authoring of the Foreword, including but not limited to:Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable, MD, Director of the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities David Hayes-Bautista, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture at the School of Medicine, UCLA. David Hayes-Bautista was the first person of color to graduate from the medical sociology program at UCSF. Ruth E. Zambrana, PhD, Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, Department of Women's Studies, Director of the Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity, Interim Director of the U.S. Latino Studies Initiative at the University of Maryland, College Park, and Adjunct Professor of Family Medicine at University of Maryland Baltimore, School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine Chapter 1: Latinx in the US: An Introduction to Demographic Trends and the Epidemiology of Health and Well-BeingAuthors: Rhodes and Martinez In this chapter, the editors will describe demographic changes in the US over time, outline what the population of Latinas/os will look like in the future, outline some of the major health issues facing Latinos/Latinas; describe the rationale for and significance of this book; outline the structure of book (i.e., 2 sections: (1) The health status of Latinas/os in the US, and (2) Communities, Systems, and Structures); and the subsequent chapters; identify cross chapter themes; and delineate next steps in terms of research to improve the health and well-being of Latinas/Latinos in the US. All subsequent chapters will adhere to the following structure: 1. Describe current state of epidemiology/knowledge with consideration to subgroups and heterogeneity of population as relevant (7-10 pages)2. Review of relevant conceptual/theoretical approaches (1-2 pages)3. Briefly identify successful research and interventions (2-3 pages)4. Identify research and intervention needs and priorities (3-5 pages) Section 1: The Health Status of Latinx in the US Chapter 2: Chronic DiseaseAuthors: Barbara Baquero, PhD, MPH (University of Iowa) and colleagues. Chapter 3: Sexual and Reproductive HealthAuthors: Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH (Wake Forest School of Medicine) and colleagues. Chapter 4: Occupational Health Authors: Abel Valenzuela, PhD (UCLA) and colleagues. Chapter 5: Mental HealthAuthors: Hector M. Gónzalez, PhD (Michigan State University) and colleagues. Chapter 6: Im/Migrant HealthAuthors: Thomas Painter, PhD (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and colleagues. Chapter 7: LGBT HealthAuthors: Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH (Wake Forest School of Medicine) and colleagues. Chapter 8: Aging and Older Latinas/osAuthors: Adriana Pérez, PhD, ANP (University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing) and colleagues. Chapter 9: Disabilities Among Latinas/osAuthors: Fabricio Balcazar, PhD, (Department of Disability and Human Development at University of Illinois at Chicago) and colleagues. Chapter 10: Substance UseAuthors: Flavio Marsiglia, PhD, MSW (School of Social Work & Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center Arizona State University) and colleagues. Section 2: Communities, Systems, and Structures Chapter 11: ACA and Health Care UtilizationAuthors: Mark Hall, JD, and Lilli Mann, MPH (Wake Forest Schools of Medicine and Law) Chapter 12: Immigration Enforcement Policies and HealthAuthors: Heide Castañeda, PhD, MPH (University of South Florida) and colleagues. Chapter 13: The Built EnvironmentAuthors: Francisco Lara-Valencia, PhD (Arizona State University) and colleagues. Chapter 14: Expansions of AcculturationAuthors: Airin D. Martinez, PhD, (Arizona State University), Samantha Sabo, PhD, MPH, (University of Arizona), Rebecca Crocker, PhDc (University of Arizona) Alma Hernández, PhDc (University of New Mexico) Chapter 15: DiscriminationAuthors: Edna Viruell-Fuentes, PhD, MPH (University of Illinois -- Urbana-Champaign Chapter 16: Representation, Politics, and LeadershipAuthors: Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, PhD, MPH (University of Puerto Rico)
Control code
1113890971
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030240431
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-030-24043-1
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
com.springer.onix.9783030240431
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not applicable
Reformatting quality
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remote
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(OCoLC)1113890971

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