Books by Other Publishers
Through our work, we find resources on health and community empowerment written by like-minded publishers. We offer these hard-to-find titles in addition to our own resources.
Juego de libros | Cómo Enseñar Sobre La SaludHow to Teach Health - Complete Set
Este juego incluye todas las guías del instructor y manuales del promotor para nivel 1 y nivel 2.
This set includes all of the Instructor guides and Promoter manuals for both Level 1 and Level 2.
Regularly $360 if purchased separately, this set is now only $269.95 – a savings of 25%.
Where There Is No Pet Doctor
Written by a veterinarian and long-distance sailor, Where There is No Pet Doctor is designed for people traveling with pets in areas where little or no veterinary care is available. This health manual is a must-have for backwoods or international travelers, sailors, people who focus on preparedness, and anyone spending substantial time in areas lacking veterinary services.
Where There Is No Animal Doctor/ Handbook of Animal Health
Where There Is No Animal Doctor covers health and disease conditions for all major livestock species in one volume. Designed for livestock care where veterinary services are limited, as well as for training purposes, the books uses simple language and illustrations to explains how to prevent, recognize, control and treat a broad spectrum of animal diseases. The most trusted and widely used text on animal health internationally for more than 20 years. Also available in Spanish, French, Lao, Burmese, Tamil, Chinese.
The Practice of International Health
The Practice of International Health comprises a series of vivid first-person accounts in which physicians, epidemiologists, health workers, and public health professionals from around the world present the challenges facing the field. These case studies give voice to the real experiences of public health practitioners and the ethical choices they face — and encourage the reader to reflect upon the complex ethics of public health work.
Una Experiencia de Rehabilitación Basada en la ComunidadSpanish edition of Community-Based Rehabilitation in the Bolivian Amazon
Esta es la historia de cómo una comunidad se unió para utilizar todos sus recursos naturales, humanos y comunitarios y así ayudar a que los niños con discapacidad puedan llegar a expresar su máximo potencial, construyendo de esta forma una comunidad más fuerte, compasiva y amorosa para todas y todos. También disponible en inglés.
Global Health Watch 6
The latest edition of what remains the leading source for radical analysis in global healthcare. Combining rigorous analysis with practical policy suggestions, Global Health Watch 6 offers an accessible and compelling case for a radical new approach to healthcare across the world.
Global Health Watch 5
One edition of what remains the leading source for radical analysis in global healthcare. Combining rigorous analysis with practical policy suggestions, Global Health Watch 5 offers an accessible and compelling case for a radical new approach to healthcare across the world.
Global Health Watch 3
The Global Health Watch provides a platform for activists to share experiences, practical examples, and theoretical analyses to strengthen local, national, regional, and global campaigns towards Health for All. Global Health Watch 3 is the definitive independent source of data on global health and offers essential information for anyone working in the field.
Global Health Watch 2
The Global Health Watch is a call to all health workers to broaden and strengthen the global community of health advocates taking action on global health inequalities and their underlying political and economic determinants. Like its critically acclaimed predecessor, Global Health Watch 2 covers a comprehensive range of topics, including access to medicines, mental health, water and sanitation, nutrition, and war and conflict.
Sickness and Wealth
In this powerful and accessible collection of essays, international scholars and activists examine how official and corporate actors of globalization - including multinationals, the IMF and World Bank, the World Trade Organization, and "first world" governments - have enacted policies that limit medical access and promote disease and death for many in the poor world.
Health Rights Are Civil Rights
Health Rights Are Civil Rights situates health in the struggles for social change in Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s. Jenna M. Loyd describes how Black freedom, anti-war, welfare rights, and women's movement activists formed alliances to battle oppressive health systems and structural violence, working to establish the principle that health is a right.
A Labour of Liberation
This thought-provoking essay examines the structural inequality existing in our healthcare systems. From institutions to education to access to information, modern healthcare reinforces existing societal power dynamics in a myriad of ways. Author Mukhodpadhyay analyzes this structure, and offers methods of change that address systemic inequality and violence.