Working for the public health: politics, localism and epistemologies of practice.

Abstract

The recent move of public health back to English local government has reignited debates about the role of a medicalised public health profession. The explicit policy rationale for the move was that local government is the arena in which the social determinants of health can be addressed, and that public health specialists could provide neutral evidence to… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.12214

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@article{Phillips2015WorkingFT, title={Working for the public health: politics, localism and epistemologies of practice.}, author={Gemma Phillips and Judith Green}, journal={Sociology of health & illness}, year={2015}, volume={37 4}, pages={491-505} }