Anthony B. Zwi mainly focuses on Public health, Economic growth, Health policy, Developing country and Occupational safety and health. His research in the fields of Global health overlaps with other disciplines such as Suicide prevention and Domestic violence. His research investigates the connection between Domestic violence and topics such as Child abuse that intersect with problems in Elder abuse.
He has included themes like Quality, Program evaluation, Refugee and Politics in his Economic growth study. He has researched Health policy in several fields, including Government, Social policy, Policy analysis and Health promotion. His study focuses on the intersection of Occupational safety and health and fields such as Psychiatry with connections in the field of Internal conflict.
His primary scientific interests are in Public health, Economic growth, Occupational safety and health, Suicide prevention and Health policy. His Public health research incorporates themes from Health care, Program evaluation and Human rights. His work carried out in the field of Health care brings together such families of science as Government, Private sector and Psychological intervention.
His Economic growth research includes elements of Human resources, Policy analysis, Refugee and Politics. His Domestic violence and Child abuse study in the realm of Suicide prevention connects with subjects such as Criminology and Mental health. His research integrates issues of Global health, Public relations and Health promotion in his study of Health policy.
Anthony B. Zwi mainly investigates Economic growth, Public relations, Nursing, Public health and Health policy. Many of his research projects under Economic growth are closely connected to History with History, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Global health research incorporates elements of Quality research and Gerontology.
His work on Health services research as part of general Public health research is frequently linked to Attrition, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developing country, Evidence-based policy and Health promotion. His work on Child abuse and Sexual abuse is typically connected to Configurational analysis and Mass screening as part of general Suicide prevention study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Economic growth, Public relations, Health policy, Occupational safety and health and Suicide prevention are his primary areas of study. His work on Global health as part of general Economic growth research is often related to Sample, thus linking different fields of science. His work in Public relations addresses issues such as Thematic analysis, which are connected to fields such as Gerontology, Diversity, Ethnic group and Refugee.
His Health policy study is concerned with the field of Public health as a whole. Anthony B. Zwi integrates many fields in his works, including Suicide prevention and Computer security. As part of one scientific family, Anthony B. Zwi deals mainly with the area of Computer security, narrowing it down to issues related to the Sexual violence, and often Psychological intervention.
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The world report on violence and health.
Etienne G Krug;James A Mercy;Linda L Dahlberg;Anthony B Zwi.
The Lancet (2002)
World report on violence and health
Etienne G. Krug;James A. Mercy;Linda L. Dahlberg;Anthony B. Zwi.
Road traffic injuries in developing countries: a comprehensive review of epidemiological studies
Wilson W. Odero;P. Garner;Anthony B. Zwi.
Tropical Medicine & International Health (1997)
Pathways to “Evidence-Informed” Policy and Practice: A Framework for Action
Shelley Bowen;Anthony B Zwi.
PLOS Medicine (2005)
Informe mundial sobre la violencia y la salud
Etienne G Krug;Linda L Dahlberg;James A Mercy;Anthony B Zwi.
Revista Do Instituto De Medicina Tropical De Sao Paulo (2003)
Violence against women: a neglected public health issue in less developed countries.
Lori L. Heise;Alanagh Raikes;Charlotte H. Watts;Anthony B. Zwi.
Social Science & Medicine (1994)
Our health and theirs: forced migration, othering, and public health.
Natalie J. Grove;Anthony B. Zwi.
Social Science & Medicine (2006)
Improving the Quality of Private Sector Delivery of Public Health Services: Challenges and Strategies
Ruairí Brugha;Anthony Zwi.
Health Policy and Planning (1998)
War and Hunger: Rethinking International Responses to Complex Emergencies
J. Macrae;A. Zwi;M. Duffield;H. Slim.
Increasing the use of evidence in health policy: practice and views of policy makers and researchers
Danielle M Campbell;Sally Redman;Louisa R. Jorm;Margaret Cooke.
Australia and New Zealand Health Policy (2009)
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