2 edition of Socio-cultural dimensions of reproductive child health found in the catalog.
Socio-cultural dimensions of reproductive child health
Contributed articles with special reference to the tribal population of India.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Sociocultural dimensions of reproductive child health|
|Statement||[edited by] R.N. Pati.|
|Contributions||Pati, Rabindra Nath.|
|LC Classifications||RA564.85+, RA564.85 .S73 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 328 p. :|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||2003323188|
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SOCIO – CULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE Factors in reproductive health care In this chapter, we are examining the different socio-cultural factors that are significantly associated with reproductive health care behavior during ante-natal, natal and post natal periods.
The variables we have identified for. Get this from a library. Socio-cultural dimensions of reproductive child health. [Rabindra Nath Pati;] -- Contributed articles with special reference to the tribal population of India.
Several reports commissioned by UNFPA offices provide insights into socio-cultural (including religious) dynamics Socio-cultural dimensions of reproductive child health book to women and children's reproductive health in various countries.
The reports explore, among other issues, the challenges that health workers face in these countries and offer recommendations for action. Our study used a comprehensive approach and examined socio‐cultural, infectious and psycho‐sexual correlates of genital symptoms experienced by men in rural communities in north India.
This formed part of a larger study on quality of care for reproductive tract morbidities provided by the rural non‐formal private health by: Few, if any, published books have dealt in a comprehensive way with public health aspects of these two strongly interrelated areas of health.
Most published volumes devoted to sexual and reproductive health have a strong clinical focus, whereas books on gender tend to concentrate primarily on the socio-cultural and anthropological aspects of the : $ Development: Socio-Cultural Dimensions.
importance of education, child abuse, reproductive health & family planning, and nutrition delivered by Absar Ahmad, Mukesh Ravi Raushan, Prahlad Kumar. Socio-cultural dimensions of reproductive child health (pp. New Delhi: A.P.H. Publishing Corporation.
Basu, A. Fertility decline and increasing gender imbalance in India, including a possible South Indian pment and Changes, 30, Development: Socio-Cultural Dimensions Dr. Sribas Goswami Abstract - This paper deals with the development issues of marginalized section of population living in slums in India.
The people in slums live under the most deplorable conditions, with little access to effective social and health care services,File Size: 2MB. DEFINING THE SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT. Health is determined by several factors including genetic inheritance, personal behaviors, access to quality health care, and the general external environment (such as the quality of air, water, and housing conditions).Cited by: 6.
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 Christie Kiefer, PhD Reproductive Health in Nepal Mukunda Bogati, Photo and Caption Courtesy of Photoshare See Size: 2MB.
The complexity of sexual and reproductive health among Muslims. An increasing amount of publications focus on the general complexity surrounding sexuality, reproductive health, and health outcomes among devout Muslims who balance Islamic norms with moral values in nonMuslim secular societies ∗, , .Cited by: : Reproductive and Child Healthcare Practices: An Anthropological Study (): Kaur, Reetinder, K.
Sinha, A.: BooksAuthor: Reetinder Kaur, A. Sinha. This lecture note is prepared primarily for health officer. students, and is organized based on the course outline of. introduction to public health in the curriculum of health. : Seifu Gebreyesus.
Socio-cultural and service delivery dimensions of maternal mortality in rural central India: a qualitative exploration using a human rights lens Tej Ram Jat, 1, 2, 3, * Prakash R. Deo, 1 Isabel Goicolea, 2, 4 Anna-Karin Hurtig, 2, 3 and Miguel San Sebastian 2Cited by: Ms J.
Ferguson and Dr P. Olukoya of the WHO Department of Child and Adolescent Health and Development (CAH) and Dr B.
Peterson of the WHO Department of Reproductive Health and Research (RHR). Special thanks also go to Dr H. Bathija and Dr. Shah (RHR), and to Ms M. Cabral de Mello, Dr M. Islam, Dr S. Jejeebhoy and Dr O. Meirik formerly of RHR. KEY WORDS: Socio-Cultural, Utilization, Maternal, Child, Health I.
INTRODUCTION Maternal and child healthcare system is an important segment of medical system in every society. This is as a result of large number of human population involved in this health sector, coupledFile Size: KB.
Aversion appears grounded in fears that C-section results in health complications such as infertility, or even death [22, 24], and also in socio-cultural meanings attached to C-section [21, 22].
In this paper, we seek to further our understanding of how the socio-cultural context influences uptake, or rather refusal, of C-Sections. Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada Abstract This review attempts to shed light on the socio-cultural roots of gender-based violence (GBV) and its impact on women's health with a special reference to reproductive health.
The study thus recommends a holistic approach to male infertility which integrates the socio-cultural perspectives in policy and programming, if progress is to be made in unearthing the underlying causes and treatment options.
(Afr J Reprod Health ; 17: ).Cited by: 4. Panel 2: Cairo deﬁnition of reproductive health “Reproductive health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or inﬁrmity, in all matters relating to the reproductive system and to its functions and processes.
Reproductive health therefore implies that people are. It is based on Cameroon Demography and Health Surveys (CDHS) which were conducted in,and It aims at declaring the women’s reasons for having an unmet need and identifying the socio-economic and cultural determinants of unmet by: 5.A workshop on Indicators of Social and Family Functioning with 40 leading scientists and policy makers in Australian research and government developed a framework for indicators of social and family functioning.
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