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Forthcoming

The Doctor Who Fooled the World

Food Insecurity on Campus

Science, Deception, and the War on Vaccines

Action and Intervention

Brian Deer

edited by Katharine M. Broton and Clare L. Cady

Award-winning investigative reporter Brian Deer reveals the shocking truth behind the rise of Andrew Wakefield—the so-called father of the anti-vaccine movement. 2020

408 pp.

978-1-4214-3800-9

$25.00 hc/eb

foreword by Sara Goldrick-Rab

A timely and powerful book aimed at anyone fighting the hidden problem of student hunger on college campuses. 2020

272 pp.

978-1-4214-3772-9

The Opioid Fix America’s Addiction Crisis and the Solution They Don’t Want You to Have

Barbara Andraka-Christou

$39.95 pb/eb

The Morehouse Model How One School of Medicine Revolutionized Community Engagement and Health Equity

Why medication-assisted treatment, the most effective tool for battling opioid addiction, is significantly underused in the United States.

Ronald L. Braithwaite, Tabia Henry Akintobi, Daniel S. Blumenthal, and W. Mary Langley

2020

foreword by Valerie Montgomery Rice

288 pp.

978-1-4214-3765-1

$27.00 hc/eb

From Enforcers to Guardians A Public Health Primer on Ending Police Violence   Johns Hopkins University Press press.jhu.edu 2

Hannah L. F. Cooper, ScD, and Mindy Thompson Fullilove, MD A public health approach to understanding and eliminating excessive police violence. 2020

280 pp., 26 figures

978-1-4214-3644-9

$34.95 hc/eb

How can the example of Morehouse School of Medicine help other public health-oriented universities create ideal collaborations between faculty and community-based organizations? 2020

224 pp., 6 line drawings

978-1-4214-3804-7

$39.95 hc/eb

Malignant How Bad Policy and Bad Evidence Harm People with Cancer

Vinayak K. Prasad, MD, MPH How hype, money, low standards of evidence, and bias can come together to mislead cancer patients into thinking that many worthless or unproven treatments were effective. 2020

240 pp., 19 line drawings

978-1-4214-3763-7

$32.95 hc/eb


Forthcoming

Fundamental Statistical Methods for Analysis of Alzheimer’s and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases

second edition

Katherine E. Irimata, Brittany N. Dugger, and Jeffrey R. Wilson

edited by Jessica Bylander, Senior Editor, Health Affairs

foreword by Marwan Sabbagh, MD

A statistics textbook that delivers essential data analysis techniques for Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. 2020

320 pp., 56 line drawings

978-1-4214-3671-5

$74.95 pb/eb

Narrative Matters Writing to Change the Health Care System

foreword by Abraham Verghese, MD

Drawn from the popular “Narrative Matters” column in the journal Health Affairs, these essays embody a vision for a health care system that centers the humanity of patients and doctors alike. 2020

On Becoming a Healer The Journey from Patient Care to Caring About Your Patients

Saul J. Weiner, MD

328 pp.

978-1-4214-3754-5

$27.95 pb/eb

Achieving Health for All Primary Health Care in Action

An invaluable guide to becoming a competent and compassionate physician.

edited by David Bishai, PhD, MD, MPH, and Meike Schleiff, MSPH, DrPH

2020

How did seven low-income countries, inspired by the landmark Alma Ata Declaration, dramatically improve citizen health by focusing on primary care?

192 pp., 4 line drawings

978-1-4214-3781-1

$26.95 pb/eb

The Political Determinants of Health Daniel E. Dawes How do policy and politics influence the social conditions that generate health outcomes? 2020

208 pp., 14 line drawings

978-1-4214-3789-7

$29.95 pb/eb

352 pp., 4 halftones, 33 line drawings

978-1-4214-3812-2

$59.95 hc/eb

Pathways to a Successful Accountable Care Organization edited by Peter A. Gross, MD A valuable guide to starting and running a successful accountable care organization. 2020

320 pp., 6 halftones, 32 line drawings

978-1-4214-3825-2

$89.95 pb/eb

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foreword by David R. Williams

2020


New

Separated Family and Community in the Aftermath of an Immigration Raid

William D. Lopez William D. Lopez details the incredible strain that immigration raids conducted by ICE and local law enforcement placed on one Latino community—and the families and friends left behind. 2019

232 pp.

978-1-4214-3331-8

$27.95 hc/eb

Golden Rice

The Medicalization of Birth and Death Lauren K. Hall Improving how individuals give birth and die in the United States requires reforming the regulatory, reimbursement, and legal structures that centralize care in hospitals and prevent the growth of community-based alternatives. 2019

352 pp.

978-1-4214-3333-2

$39.95 hc/eb

Prevention First Policymaking for a Healthier America

The Imperiled Birth of a GMO Superfood

Ed Regis

Anand K. Parekh, MD, MPH foreword by Senators Tom Daschle and Bill Frist, MD

The first book to tell the shocking story of Golden Rice, a genetically modified grain that provides essential Vitamin A and can save lives in developing countries—if only they were allowed to grow it.

Deaths from preventable disease have decreased life expectancy in the United States for the first time in a century. This book argues that we must deal with the crisis by embracing prevention as our nation’s top health sector priority.

2019

2019

256 pp., 2 halftones

978-1-4214-3303-5

$29.95 hc/eb

Teaching Public Health edited by Lisa M. Sullivan and Sandro Galea   Johns Hopkins University Press press.jhu.edu 4

A comprehensive collection of best practices in public health education. 2019

352 pp., 10 line drawings

978-1-4214-2980-9

$49.95 hc/eb

Preventing Child Trafficking A Public Health Approach

Jonathan Todres, JD, and Angela Diaz, MD How can a public health approach advance efforts to prevent, identify, and respond to child trafficking? 2019

320 pp., 2 line drawings

978-1-4214-3301-1

$44.95 hc/eb

232 pp.

978-1-4214-3365-3

$34.95 hc/eb


New

Lazy, Crazy, and Disgusting Stigma and the Undoing of Global Health

Alexandra Brewis and Amber Wutich How well-intentioned public health efforts can be unwitting but powerful drivers of stigma. 2019

288 pp., 35 halftones

978-1-4214-3335-6

$34.95 hc/eb

Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement Handbook for Human Research edited by Leslie M. Howes, MPH, CIP, Sarah A. White, MPH, CIP, and Barbara E. Bierer, MD Helping human research protection program professionals create, implement, and evaluate quality assurance/quality improvement programs. 2019

240 pp., 15 line drawings

978-1-4214-3282-3

$80.00 pb/eb

Health Disparities in the United States Social Class, Race, Ethnicity, and the Social Determinants of Health

third edition

Donald A. Barr, MD, PhD Challenging students to think critically about the complex web of social forces that leads to health disparities in the United States. 2019

376 pp., 3 halftones, 53 line drawings

978-1-4214-3258-8

$57.95 pb/eb

Death by Regulation How Bureaucrats Killed One of Obamacare’s Promising Innovations

Peter L. Beilenson, MD, MPH The story of a small healthcare startup and its fight for survival against the very federal agencies responsible for its launch as part of the ACA. 2019

192 pp.

978-1-4214-3214-4

$29.95 pb/eb

Global Epidemics, Local Implications African Immigrants and the Ebola Crisis in Dallas

Kevin J. A. Thomas

2019

272 pp.

978-1-4214-3299-1

$59.95 hc/eb

The Crisis of US Hospice Care Family and Freedom at the End of Life

Harold Braswell Exploring the failure of hospice in America to care for patients and families at the end of life. 2019

288 pp.

978-1-4214-2982-3

$54.95 hc/eb

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How fear and stigma affected the lives of African immigrants during the global Ebola epidemic—and the resilient ways in which immigrant communities responded.


public health & health policy

Cesarean Section

Fat in the Fifties

An American History of Risk, Technology, and Consequence

America’s First Obesity Crisis

Jacqueline H. Wolf

Nicolas Rasmussen

Why have cesarean sections become so commonplace in the United States?

A riveting history of the rise and fall of the obesity epidemic during 1950s and 1960s America.

2018

2019

336 pp., 17 halftones, 8 graphs

978-1-4214-3811-5

$24.95 pb/eb

New in Paperback March 2020

Under the Big Tree Extraordinary Stories from the Movement to End Neglected Tropical Diseases

Ellen Agler

200 pp., 21 figures

978-1-4214-2871-0

$39.95 hc/eb

The Road to Universal Health Coverage Innovation, Equity, and the New Health Economy

edited by Jeffrey L. Sturchio, Ilona Kickbusch, and Louis Galambos

with Mojie Crigler foreword by Bill Gates

foreword by Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, World Health Organization

Powerful stories of the debilitating effects of neglected tropical diseases throughout the world, highlighting the successes and challenges of those fighting to eliminate them.

How can countries chart their own course toward universal health coverage?

2019

240 pp., 16 b&w photos

978-1-4214-2723-2

$27.95 hc/eb

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Homer Venters, former Chief Medical Officer of NYC Jails Shining a light on the deadly health consequences of incarceration. “A crucially important book.”—The New Yorker 2019

200 pp.

978-1-4214-2735-5

$26.95 pb/eb

2019

304 pp., 14 line drawings

978-1-4214-2955-7

$34.95 pb/eb

Governing Health The Politics of Health Policy

fifth edition

William G. Weissert and Carol S. Weissert How do government and private interests shape the health policy process? 2019

424 pp., 7 b&w illus.

978-1-4214-2894-9

$44.95 pb/eb


public health & health policy

Poverty and the Myths of Health Care Reform Richard (Buz) Cooper, MD Proof that high health care spending is linked directly to poverty. 2016

304 pp., 76 line drawings

978-1-4214-2905-2

$28.95 pb/eb

Ending Medical Reversal Improving Outcomes, Saving Lives

Vinayak K. Prasad, MD, MPH, and Adam S. Cifu, MD Why medicine adopts ineffective or harmful medical practices only to abandon them —sometimes too late. “Every doctor should read this book.”—JAMA Internal Medicine 2015

280 pp., 9 line drawings

978-1-4214-2904-5

$24.95 pb/eb

Patient Safety Ethics How Vigilance, Mindfulness, Compliance, and Humility Can Make Healthcare Safer

John D. Banja Developing best practices and ethical systems to protect and enhance patient safety. 2019

272 pp.

978-1-4214-2908-3

$49.95 hc/eb

Delivering Effective College Mental Health Services Lee Keyes An essential guide to organizing and offering mental health services on campus. 2019

208 pp., 4 charts

978-1-4214-2885-7

$37.95 hc/eb

Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel’s Autism My Journey as a Vaccine Scientist, Pediatrician, and Autism Dad

Peter J. Hotez, MD, PhD foreword by Arthur L. Caplan

Internationally renowned medical scientist and autism dad Dr. Peter J. Hotez explains why vaccines do not cause autism. 240 pp., 8 halftones, 4 line drawings

978-1-4214-2660-0

$22.95 hc/eb

150 Years of ObamaCare Daniel E. Dawes foreword by David Satcher, 16th US Surgeon General with a new afterword

Go behind the curtain of the creation and implementation of the Affordable Care Act. 2016

320 pp., 32 line drawings

978-1-4214-2569-6

$19.95 pb/eb

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