Cutting edge books for Environmental Health professionals and students.
Selective Licensing The Basis for a Collaborative Approach to Addressing Health Inequalities
Housing, Health and Well-Being
By Sarah Ruel-Bergeron, Jimi Patel, Riksum Kazi, Charlotte Burch
November 04, 2020
This book demonstrates a methodology for assessing public health needs in communities experiencing environmental sanitation inadequacies. Centring on a case study of the Republic of Cameroon, the findings represent the starting point of a campaign to implement a comprehensive water and sanitation ...
By Paul Oatt
December 17, 2019
In recent years, the private rented sector has overtaken social housing to become the main housing provider with some of the worse housing conditions that are linked to preventable health inequalities. This book seeks to expand upon previous research in the area with a focus on selective licensing ...
By Stephen Battersby, Véronique Ezratty, David Ormandy
October 15, 2019
Housing is a social determinant of health and this book aims to provide a concise source of the theory and evidence on safe and healthy housing to inform students, academics, public and environmental health practitioners, and policy-makers, nationally and internationally. The book reviews the ...
By Stephen Battersby, John Pointing
June 12, 2019
Statutory Nuisance and Residential Property: Environmental Health Problems in Housing examines the statutory nuisance provisions in the Environmental Protection Act 1990 pertaining to the condition of premises and related problems in housing and compares these with the provisions of the Housing Act...
By Surindar Kishen Dhesi
November 06, 2018
Although environmental health has received some recognition as a field which can positively impact on the social determinants of health, it remains little known outside its immediate sphere of influence. There is also limited literature available to support the potential impact of the profession in...
Edited By Jill Stewart
April 19, 2017
The public health movement involved numerous individuals who made the case for change and put new practices into place. However despite a growing interest in how we understand history to inform current evidence-based practice, there is no book focusing on our progressive pioneers in public health ...