New Book: Community Research on Environmental Health
Posted by on July 1, 2005
A new book edited by Community Campus Partnerships for Health Member Doug Brugge with Pat Hynes (BUSPH), entitled, “Community Research on Environmental Health: Studies in Science, Advocacy and Ethics,” is now available from Ashgate Publishing (http://www.ashgate.com).
Interest in environmental health research conducted with community participation has increased dramatically in recent years. In this book, Doug Brugge and H. Patricia Hynes relate experience of multiple community collaborations across the United States and highlight the lessons to be learned for those involved in or embarking on community-collaborative research. The volume brings together a variety of cases, examining the nature and form that the collaboration took, the scientific findings from the work and the ethical issues that needed to be addressed. Actual cases covered include lead contaminated soil, asthma and housing conditions, the impact of development on environmental health, the impact of radiation hazards, urban gardening, hog farming and diesel exhaust. The concluding section analyses the experiences of those involved and puts their findings into broader context. Community Research in Environmental Health: Lessons in Science, Advocacy and Ethics provides a valuable guide for all those interested and involved in community research.
About the Author/Editor
Doug Brugge is Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at Tufts University School of Medicine, USA. H. Patricia Hynes is Professor of Environmental Health at Boston University School of Public Health, USA.
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