Immigrant women constituted 54 percent of all immigrants admitted to the united states in 1996 immigrant womens health addresses the unique health and mental health concerns of women coming to the united states and the provision of culturally competent services to them the book is arranged in four parts. Eds elizabeth j kramer susan l ivey yu wen ying jossey bass publishers gbp3595 pp 438 isbn 0 7879 4294 4 rating graphic1 graphic2 there is clearly a need for improved understanding about immigrant womens health nevertheless i have a couple of philosophical bones to pick with this book firstly the topics covered deal almost exclusively with immigrant womens health care and . Immigrant womens health problems and solutionseds elizabeth j kramer susan l ivey yu wen ying jossey bass publishers gbp3595 pp 438 isbn 0 7879 4294 4. There are 258 million immigrants the largest number in more than five decades living in the united states these men women and children represent nearly 10 percent of this countrys population these immigrants the majority of whom are women from asia central america and eastern europe have a vital need for health and mental health services but often encounter cultural linguistic and . This is a significant and timely book the chapters are rich indescribing clinical considerations and approaches to the immigrantpatient in a broad range of disease areas i recommand this book toall administrators and clinicians who serve or plan to serve thegrowing immigrant populations in the united states henry chung medical director chinatown health clinic new yorknew york
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