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Students adopt a salutogenic (health promotion and illness prevention) approach to examine the relationship between social factors (lifestyle, environment, and organization of the health care system) and health. Health is posited as a multi-dimensional construct. The implications of adopting a mainstream theoretical view of the relationship between social factors and health are investigated, i.e., how adopting a certain theoretical perspective can help to explain further or to hinder our understanding of the effect of social factors on health.
Corman, M. K. (2017). Paramedics on and off the streets : emergency medical services in the age of technological governance. Toronto [Ontario] ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, 2017.