sociomedical

so·ci·o·med·i·cal

(sō'sē-ō-med'i-kăl),
Pertaining to the relation of the practice of medicine to society.

sociomedical

(sō″sē-ō-mĕd′ĭ-kăl)
Pert. to sociology and medicine, esp. the interrelationships between the two.
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Scabies among primary schoolchildren in Egypt: Sociomedical environmental study in Kafr El-Sheikh administrative area.
Opposition to vaccine requirements, even in the face of a potentially deadly disease, is almost as old as vaccines themselves, going back to the smallpox vaccine, said James Colgrove, PhD, MPH, interim chair and professor of sociomedical sciences at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
John Allegrante, co-founder of the project and Professor in heath and behavior studies at Teachers College and in sociomedical sciences at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, there is abundant empirical evidence that anxiety is a pervasive and insidious feature of modern life.
Jordan-Young is a sociomedical scientist at Barnard College, Columbia University.
Nutrition scientists employed a potent combination of sociomedical rationales, economic and political persuasive tactics, and outright propaganda to encourage employers, workers, and their families to support their nutritional health-related objectives.
Elinson was a passionate advocate for racial equality and relished meeting international visitors at conferences focusing on social inequities and the new field of sociomedical sciences.
All of these are major sociomedical problems that form part of current health political agendas in many countries worldwide.
Makuch, "Access of people living with HIV to infertility services: Perspective of Brazilian healthcare professionals," AIDS Care Psychological and Sociomedical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, vol.
In Poland, in the nineteen eighties, under the Central Basic Research Program (CPBP 09.02) "The Condition and Transformation of Contemporary Polish Families" coordinated by Zbigniew Tyszka, a focus group headed by Maria Ziemska, which investigated "the foundation of integration of marriage and family", also conducted a sociomedical analysis of thanatological themes [6].
Karen Shiu-Yee, M.P.H., is with the Department of Sociomedical Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York, NY.
The Conference also serves as a forum for the interchange of information and ideas relating to the prevention of disease; the preservation, promotion and restoration of mental and physical health; and the advancement of sociomedical measures and facilities for the prevention and treatment of physical and mental diseases in the Western Hemisphere.
of the Office of Diversity Culture & Inclusion & Assistant Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Scis., Mailman Sch.