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Promoting Worker Health

by Nortin M. Hadler, M.D. & Stephen P. Carter The University of North Carolina Press (June 13, 2018)

In this extended essay, Nortin M. Hadler and Stephen P. Carter introduce a new approach to reforming the American health-care system--a plan they call the Universal Workers' Compensation Model (UWCM). Drawing...


Bodies in a Broken World

by Ann Folwell Stanford The University of North Carolina Press (July 21, 2004)

In this multidisciplinary study, Ann Folwell Stanford reads literature written by U.S. women of color to propose a rethinking of modern medical practice, arguing that personal health and social justice are inextricably...


Hazards of the Job

by Christopher C. Sellers The University of North Carolina Press (November 09, 2000)

Hazards of the Job explores the roots of modern environmentalism in the early-twentieth-century United States. It was in the workplace of this era, argues Christopher Sellers, that our contemporary understanding...


The Citizen Patient

by Nortin M. Hadler, M.D. The University of North Carolina Press (April 01, 2013)

Conflicts of interest, misrepresentation of clinical trials, hospital price-fixing, and massive expenditures for procedures of dubious efficacy--these and other critical flaws leave little doubt that the current...


Pharmacopolitics

by Arthur A. Daemmrich The University of North Carolina Press (December 15, 2005)

Advocates of rapid access to medicines and critics fearful of inadequate testing both argue that globalization will supersede national medical practices and result in the easy transfer of pharmaceuticals around...