Some of the new arrivals for programs at the School of Public Health. Materials from the current year are on the top, previous years may be selected from the drop down menu on each tab. These materials are available in the SSWPH library at 119th street.
A report on the UAE's comprehensive assessment of the environmental burden of disease from outdoor air pollution, in door air pollution, occupational exposure, climate change, drinking water contamination, coastal water pollution, soil and ground water contamination, and food contamination. The first of its kind, the report is situated in the context of international experiences in setting environmental risk priorities
Revised and updated second edition of introductory text to the field of environmental health. Covers the background of the field; agents of environmental disease such as vector-borne diseases, toxic elements, chemical contaminants, and radiation; and applications of environmental health to problems such as air and water quality, food safety, waste management, and occupational health and safety.
A theoretical text that approaches problems and solutions of public health within a social justice framework. Topics such as public health history, ethics, and applications are discussed examined from a community-oriented perspective.
Urban Design: Health and the Therapeutic Environment brings a design perspective to issues at the intersection between the built environment and health. It offers theories on what makes for healthy and sustainable design and presents several detailed case studies across history and culture.
A key text occupational health, this reference provides both general overview and specific detail on a comprehensive range of occupational health issues, placing them in social and historical contexts.
The annual report of the World Watch institute. This edition features chapters dealing with water supply, environmental emergency response, corporate externalities, and other issues relevant to public health.