ethnoepidemiology

ethnoepidemiology

(eth'nō-ep'i-dē-mē-ol'ŏ-jē),
Study of a health problem so as to examine the impact of a given problem among members of different ethnic groups.
[G. ethnos, race, + epidemiology]
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When proposing an approximation to a new paradigm for epidemiology that is able to deal with "insubordinated" objects, Fernandes (20) upholds the thesis of Almeida Filho (21) on the need for construction of an "ethnoepidemiology", as an interdisciplinary practice and its assumptions that health-illness phenomena should be conceived as social, historic, complex, fragmented, conflictive, dependent, ambiguous, uncertain processes.
Ethnoepidemiology of postnatal depression: Prospective multivariate study of sociocultural risk factors in a Chinese population in Hong Kong.
Reconceptualizing the interaction of drug and sexual risk among MSM Speed users: Notes toward an ethnoepidemiology. AIDS Behav 2001; 5:115-30.
Ethnoepidemiology of postnatal depression: Prospective multi-variate study of sociocultural risk factors in a Chinese population in Hong Kong.