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Author Kowal, Deborah, author

Title The China-U.S. partnership to prevent spina bifida : the evolution of a landmark epidemiological study / Deborah Kowal
Published Nashville : Vanderbilt University Press, 2015
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Contents Looking for gold -- Barefoot doctors and shoe-leather epidemiologists -- Trust, control, and funding -- Suspicion and doubt -- Squeezed -- Atlas of heartache -- Hungarians and changed plans -- The community intervention -- Data cleaning -- Road's end? -- Lessons learned
Summary "An American-Chinese partnership to prevent spina bifida and related birth defects succeeded through old-fashioned field epidemiology, advocates with influence, and genuine collaboration based on personal relationships built on trust, respect, and shared problem-solving"--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed July 14, 2015)
Subject Epidemiologic Studies -- China
Epidemiologic Studies -- United States
Spinal Dysraphism -- prevention & control -- China
Spinal Dysraphism -- prevention & control -- United States
History, 20th Century -- China
History, 20th Century -- United States
International Cooperation -- history -- China
International Cooperation -- history -- United States
Spinal Dysraphism -- epidemiology -- China
Spinal Dysraphism -- epidemiology -- United States
Epidemiology -- China
Epidemiology -- United States
Spina bifida -- China -- Epidemiology
Spina bifida -- China -- Prevention
Spina bifida -- United States -- Epidemiology
Spina bifida -- United States -- Prevention
Epidemiology.
MEDICAL -- Forensic Medicine.
MEDICAL -- Preventive Medicine.
MEDICAL -- Public Health.
Spina bifida -- Prevention.
China.
United States.
Genre/Form Electronic book
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0826520286
9780826520289