6 edition of Ethnomedical systems in Africa found in the catalog.
Ethnomedical systems in Africa
Charles M. Good
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Charles M. Good.|
|LC Classifications||GR350 .G6 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||86026998|
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Good - Hardcover **Mint Condition**. Ethnomedical systems in Ethnomedical systems in Africa book patterns of traditional medicine in rural and urban Kenya. Principles of Medicine in Africa is now the classic textbook for the continent- and really the only one designed for African use.
This extremely clear, practical and well laid out book is written by very experienced clinicians who have all practiced in Africa, and it shows.5/5(4). Resurgence of public interest in the ethnomedical practices in both the developing and developed countries is increasing.
As a result, the trade of herbal products in the national and international market is also growing. The rich biodiversity and associated knowledge system particularly in Asia are well known. Health Systems in Africa: Community Perceptions and Perspectives 1. Health systems plans – organization and administration 2.
Delivery of health care – organization and administration – trends 3. Socioeconomic factors 4. Community Health Planning – endstr Size: 1MB. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text g: Ethnomedical. Ethnomedicine refers to the study of traditional medical prac-tice which is concerned with the cultural interpretation of health, diseases and illness and also addresses the healthcare-seeking process and healing practices (1).
The practice of ethnomedicine is a complex multi-disciplinary system con-File Size: 35KB. Among the Ibibio, a host of specific causes go into explanations of diseases; germs, sins, taboo infractions, witchcraft, retribution, spirits, ancestors, gods, deities, etc.
The diagnostic tools employed to uncover the factors responsible for given illness episodes in Ibibio ethnomedical system by: Pre-existing African systems were stigmatised and marginalised.
Indigenous knowledge systems were denied the chance to systematise and develop. In some extreme cases, TM was outrightly banned. Ethnomedical systems in Africa book For instance, the South African Medical Association outlawed traditional medical system in South Africa in (Hassim, et al. n.d).Cited by: Ethnomedicine and biomedicine linking Despite the persistence of traditional Chinese medicine through the ages and its deep roots in Chinese pilqsophy and religion, modern Western medicine was able to superimpose itself beginning in the nineteenth by: Ethnomedicine.
Study of the medical systems or healing practices of a cultural group, the cross-cultural comparison of such systems, and increasingly the study of teh multiple use of different medical therapies.
Characteristics of Ethnomedical Systems. Ethnomedicine: An Introduction It is a sub-field of medical anthropology and deals with the study of traditional medicines: not only those that have relevant written sources (e.g.
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda), but especially those, whose knowledge and practices have been orally transmitted over the centuries.
Although all six approaches are interrelated and all are useful in studying health among cultures, I think the ethnomedical approach is the most useful for me when studying health. This approach focuses on medical systems among different societies that use a variety of methods in defining illness and finding the right treatment for such illnesses.
Ayurveda—Indian traditional medicine which includes the use of herbal medicines, minerals, animal products, food, massage, air, water, heat, earth, surgery, detoxification, and tonification to bring about health (Pole xix). Bhoua—A Rathwa ethnomedical health care provider. Databases on African medicinal plants IV- National Databases from institution initiatives CESRIKI (CEnter for Scientific Research, Indigenous Knowledge and Innovation) Based at the University of Botswana, CESRIKI has an ongoing project to document Botswana’s IK systems and is working with nearly IK owners and has constructed a ‘smart File Size: 1MB.
Ethnomedical Approach Posted on July 6, by Brittany Harrison I picked the approach of ethnomedical because I believe that it really focuses on the understanding of illness in relation to the cultural definition and how those illnesses are treated based on cultural practices.
Human and animal health are deeply intertwined in livestock dependent areas. Livestock health contributes to food security and can influence human health through the transmission of zoonotic diseases. In low-income countries diagnosis and treatment of livestock diseases is often carried out by household members who draw upon both ethnoveterinary medicine (EVM) and contemporary Cited by: Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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Prevention. Orientations for strengthening national health systems. Cognizant of the abovementioned challenges, the 46 Ministers of Health from the African Region adopted and signed the Ouagadougou Declaration  that proposes ways of addressing health system Ouagadougou Declaration urges Member States to update their national health policies and plans according to the Cited by: Used books.
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