The democratic road to health for all : the trade union movement as a public health actor
'Public health is the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting health through the organized efforts of society' (Acheson 1988 cited in Detels et al., 2009: 3). This continues to be the 'widely accepted' definition of public health (Detels et al., 2009: 3) and speaks to the active nature of public health, which is as much a social, economic and political pursuit as it is a medical practice or academic discipline. The broader public health constituency encompasses...[Show more]
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