Table of contents for Cities and the health of the public / Nicholas Freudenberg, David Vlahov, and Sandro Galea, editors.

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Table of Contents
PREFACE
ABOUT THE EDITORS AND AUTHORS
Part I INTRODUCTION
1. A framework for the study of urban health
Sandro Galea, Nicholas Freudenberg, David Vlahov
2. Changing living conditions; changing health: US cities since World War II
Nicholas Freudenberg, Sandro Galea, David Vlahov
Part II. DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH IN CITIES
3. The urban social environment and health
Adam Coutts, Ichiro Kawachi
4. The urban physical environment and health
Susan Klitzman, Thomas D. Matte, Daniel E Kass
5. Access to quality health care in U.S. cities: balancing community need and
service system survival
Dennis Andrulis
6. Food, nutrition and the health of urban populations
Ming -Chin Yeh, David Katz
Part III. LOCAL AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHANGING CITIES
7. Public Health in U.S. Cities: A historical perspective
David Rosner
8. Cities, suburbs, and urban sprawl: their impact on health
Howard Frumkin
9. Fifty Ways to destroy a city: the health impact of urban destruction
Mindy Fullilove
10. A developing world perspective: health, water and sanitation in urban areas
of Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean
Gordon McGranhan, David Satterthwaite
Part IV. HEALTH OUTCOMES AND DETERMINANTS
11. Changing Patterns of infectious disease in U.S. cities
David Vlahov, Emily Gibble
12. Traumatic stressors in urban settings: consequences and implications
Kenneth J. Ruggiero, Amy Van Wynsberghe, Tomika Stevens, Dean G. Kilpatrick
13. Mental health in the city
Sandro Galea, Ezra Susser, Mickey Bresnahan
Part V. NEXT STEPS: RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION
14. Methodologies for the study of urban health: How do we best assess how cities
affect health?
Sandro Galea, Amy Schulz
15. Health promotion in the city: the science and politics of intervention
Nicholas Freudenberg
16. Creating healthy cities: where do we go from here?
David Vlahov, Sandro Galea, Nicholas Freudenberg

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Urban health.
Urban Health.