Monday, September 12, 2011

[EQ] International perspectives on the public health implications of 9/11

International perspectives on the public health implications of 9/11


Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health – August 2011 vol. 35 no. 4, 2011

Public Health Association of Australia



….On behalf of the ANZPH, Guest Editor, Professor Gavin Mooney, invited a number of authors to write about the public health implications of 9/11 ten years on..

10 years on from 9/11

Gavin Mooney
“…….Methodologically in public health we have had to learn from 9/11, for example that public health has to “encompass a broader array of determinants of health

than [it] has previously addressed”.5 Disaster management has grasped that “innovative early post-disaster interventions that may be easily accessed by the general population may be particularly important after future disasters”……

Health and foreign policy: the threat from health securitisation

Célia Almeida

Response from ‘the West’

K.M. Venkat Narayan and Elizabeth Russell

The importance of politics in policy

Vicente Navarro

A view from beside the elephant

David Coburn

A missed wake-up call for the US?

Olufunke A. Alaba

9/11 irrelevant for public health

Peter Sainsbury

Muslim minorities in the West: spatially distant trauma

Samina Yasmeen

Being ‘anti-state’ in public health in India

Sruthi Herbert and Arun Madhavan

Public health and where its focus should be

Gustav Tinghög and Almina Kalkan

Bio-security after 9/11: public health or a threat to public health?

Uffe Juul Jensen

9/11 and all that

Stephen Leeder


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