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Title Circumpolar health atlas / senior editor, T. Kue Young ; associate editors, Rajiv Rawat et al.

Publication Info. Toronto [Ontario] : University of Toronto Press, [2012]
©2012
Ottawa, Ontario : Canadian Electronic Library, 2015.

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Description 1 online resource (ix, 190 pages) : illustrations (chiefly colour), maps
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 170-172) and index.
Contents Part One: The Circumpolar World [Scandinavia -- Norway, Sweden, Finland, Oulu i.e. Pohjois-Suomi, Lappi, Denmark; Russia, Siberia, Western hemisphere -- Alaska, Greenland, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Northern Canada, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Inuit in Nunavik, northern Quebec, Nunatsiavut in Labrador, Canadian Arctic] -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Lands and Seas -- 3. Changing Climate -- 4. Plants and Animals -- Part Two: Circumpolar Peoples -- 5. Cultures and Languages -- 6. Origins and Prehistory -- 7. History and Politics -- 8. Population and Settlements -- 9. Society and Economy -- Part Three: Health Status -- 10. General Health -- 11. Children and Youth -- 12. Reproductive Health -- 13. Infectious Diseases -- 14. Cancer -- 15. Cardiovascular Diseases -- 16. Diabetes and Obesity -- 17. Injuries and Violence -- 18. Mental Health and Suicide -- Part Four: Health Determinants -- 19. Genetic Susceptibility -- 20. Cold and Dark -- 21. Living Conditions -- 22. Environmental Quality -- 23. Nutrition and Physical Activity -- 24. Smoking, Alcohol and Substance Use -- Part Five: Health Systems -- 25. Governance and Organization -- 26. Financing and Expenditures -- 27. Programs and Services -- 28. Education and Research.
Summary "The Circumpolar Health Atlas is also an informative and practical reference guide for health researchers, service providers, and policy makers, as it offers a broad, multidisciplinary understanding of the health of diverse populations who inhabit the polar regions of the northern hemisphere. The atlas includes overviews of the physical environment that influences human health; cultures and languages of northern peoples; different diseases and health conditions; and health systems, policies, resources, and services. It concludes with information on how education and research can be used to improve health in these regions."--Pub. desc.
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Subject Public health -- Arctic regions -- Maps.
Medical geography -- Arctic regions -- Maps.
Medical care -- Arctic regions -- Maps.
Physical geography -- Arctic regions -- Maps.
Arctic regions -- Population -- Maps.
Public Health.
Delivery of Health Care.
Geography.
Arctic regions.
Genre/Form Maps.
Electronic books.
Atlases.
Maps.
Atlases.
Added Author Young, T. Kue, editor.
Rawat, Rajiv, editor.
Other Form: Print version: 9781442644564
ISBN 9781442660908 (electronic bk.)
1442660902 (electronic bk.)
1442660902
9781442644564 (print)