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Title Radiology in global health : strategies, implementation, and applications / Daniel J. Mollura, Matthew P. Lungren, editors
Published New York : Springer, [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (xxii, 265 pages) : illustrations
Contents Introduction -- Radiology Overview: Defining Radiology and Stakeholders in the Radiology Enterprise -- Access to Imaging Technology in the Developing World -- Radiology Readiness [TM], Research and Relationship Development -- Economics of Sustainable Radiology in the Developing World -- Medical Imaging in the Global Public Health: Donation, Procurement, Installation, and Maintenance -- Medical Imaging Safety in the Developing World -- Information Technology in Global Health Radiology -- Technologists Role in Global Health Radiology -- Cultural Competency in International Health Program Collaboration -- Educational Strategies and Volunteering in Global Health Radiology -- Legal Nonprofit Planning -- Diagnostic Imaging for Global Health: Implementation and Optimization of Radiology in the Developing World -- Public Health and International Epidemiology for Radiology -- Disaster Response -- Infectious Disease Imaging -- Interventional Procedures for Global Health Radiology -- Cardiovascular Imaging in Global Health Radiology -- Pediatric Imaging in Global Health Radiology -- Prenatal Maternal-Fetal Imaging for Global Health Radiology -- Trauma Imaging in Global Health Radiology -- Women's Imaging in Global Health Radiology
Summary "The only book of its kind to prepare radiology residents interested in working on global health service projects in the developing world Includes information on designing, testing, and deploying clinical strategies adapted for regions with limited resources Presents information technology models to support digital imaging in the developing world This book is designed to increase awareness of the global health problem of lack of access to medical imaging services and presents solutions to overcome disparities in the delivery of radiologic services to the developing world. Featuring an interdisciplinary framework, it discusses economic strategies for sustainable radiology; public health radiology for population-based approaches; clinical model formulation tailored to needs and resources of regions and communities; technology innovation and optimization; and public policy for healthcare system development at the government and international institutional level. It explores the role of radiology in addressing health care disparities and highlights strategies for radiology services planning and implementation in low resource settings. It also provides an overview of the clinical role of medical imaging in the developing world, including epidemiology, disaster response, and specific clinical applications for recognizing and managing illnesses unique to the developing world. Radiology in Global Health: Strategies, Implementation, and Applications examines ways to achieve sustainable long-term imaging strategies for limited resource regions and is a valuable resource for radiologists, radiology residents, radiology technologists, physicians, nurses, and healthcare administrators"--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Medical radiology.
World health.
Global Health.
Form Electronic book
Author Mollura, Daniel J., editor
Lungren, Matthew P., editor
ISBN 9781461406044 (electronic book)
1461406048 (electronic book)