The Glma Handbook on Lgbt Health [2 Volumes]

Jason S Schneider (Editor) Vincent M B Silenzio (Editor)
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Description

Recent years have seen a flood of high quality research related to the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals and families. The GLMA Handbook on LGBT Health is the first comprehensive resource to gather that knowledge in one place in the service of vital information needs. Both accurate and easy to understand, the two-volume handbook addresses physical, mental, and emotional health, as well as policy decisions affecting the LGBT community from youth through old age.

Volume One is devoted to overall health of the population and preventive care, while Volume Two examines disease management. Entries discuss concerns as diverse as HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, domestic violence, depression, heart health, policy and advocacy, and research. The clear but detailed articles in this groundbreaking work will help readers cut through the noise and controversy surrounding scientific advances to make informed choices about their health and well-being.

Product Details

Price
$132.00
Publisher
Praeger
Publish Date
May 31, 2019
Pages
580
Dimensions
6.4 X 1.9 X 9.5 inches | 2.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780313395659
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About the Author

Jason S. Schneider, MD, is associate professor at Emory University's School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA.

Vincent M. B. Silenzio, MD, MPH, is associate professor in the Departments of Family Medicine, Psychiatry, and Community and Preventive Medicine at the University of Rochester, NY.

Laura Erickson-Schroth, MD, MA, is a psychiatrist working with LGBT people in New York City.

Reviews

"This is an excellent resource for public, academic, and health sciences collections." - Booklist
"...useful for think tanks, policymakers, and professionals interested in establishing a LGBT-friendly practice." - Library Journal