Vol. 9 Special Issue | Sociology Insights on Inequities in Health and Healthcare

 

Introduction

Towards a Sociology of Health and Healthcare

Ivy L. Bourgeault, Cecilia Benoit and Louise Bouchard

 

Population Health and Equity

The Pandemic Subject: Canadian Pandemic Plans and Communicating with the Public about an Influenza Pandemic

Laena Maunula

 

Territorial Translation of the National Health and Nutrition Program in Midi-Pyrénées, France

Jean-Charles Basson, Nadine Haschar-Noé and Ivan Theis

 

Linguistic Minorities in Canada and Health

Louise Bouchard and Martin Desmeules

 

Beyond ‘Run, Knit and Relax’: Can Health Promotion in Canada Advance the Social Determinants of Health Agenda?

Ted Schrecker

 

Social Aspects of the Delivery of Care

Adaptability of Physicians Offering Primary Care to the Poor: Social Competency Revisited

Christine Loignon and Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier

 

Standards and Stories: The Interactional Work of Informed Choice in Ontario Midwifery Care

Philippa Spoel, Pamela McKenzie, Susan James and Jessica Hobberlin

 

Home Healthcare and Family Responsibility: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Talk and Text

Laura M. Funk

 

Lifestyle as a Health Risk for Family Caregivers with Least Life Satisfaction, in Home-Based Post-Stroke Caring

Michéle Baumann and Barbara Bucki

 

Gender and the Social Experience of Health and illness

Sharing Bodies: The Impact of the Biomedical Model of Pregnancy on Women’s Embodied Experiences of the Transition to Motherhood

Elena Neiterman

 

Contemporary Issues in the Sociology of Healthcare in Canada

Comparing Approaches to Integrating Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Healthcare Professionals in Canada and the UK

Yvonne Leblanc, Ivy L. Bourgeault and Elena Neiterman

 

Exploring Stigma by Association among Front-Line Care Providers Serving Sex Workers

Rachel Phillips and Cecilia Benoit

 

Healthcare Policy

 

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