Health and Gender: Resilience and Vulnerability Factors For Women’s Health in the Contemporary Society

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IIaria Tarricone, Anita Riecher-Rossler


Springer; 9th Edition




328 pages









Book Description

Health and Gender: Resilience and Vulnerability Factors For Women’s Health in the Contemporary Society (PDF) presents a brief and comprehensive overview of the most important protective and risk factors for women’s health; and reviews the crucial areas of medical science from a gender perspective. Many scientific experiments and studies have shown how gender differences significantly influence the clinical presentation of physical and mental health disorders as well as responses to treatments. This textbook stresses these issues; while at the same time reflecting on the practical implications of the theoretical knowledge presented. It also explores the organization of social and health services; which should increasingly take into account the specificities associated to gender differences and where equality is based on truly embracing these differences. The last part provides insights into the experiences and testimonies collected by the authors of the book. Written by a multidisciplinary team of medical; psychosocial; and humanities professionals; this ebook is of interest to health professionals and medical students.

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Table of contents

Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xv
Front Matter ….Pages 1-1
Fairness, Equality and Health: Towards a Gender-Oriented Perspective (Elena Luppi)….Pages 3-8
The Woman in the History of Health (Annagiulia Gramenzi)….Pages 9-13
Gender Violence: Risk Factors and Social Vulnerability (Barbara Ferrari)….Pages 15-17
Gender Violence: Protective Factors and Resilience (Santa D’Innocenzo)….Pages 19-22
Front Matter ….Pages 23-23
Vulnerability and Protective Factors for Mental Health: A Rereading in Gender Perspective (Anita Riecher-Rössler)….Pages 25-36
Gender, Genoma, and Health (Elena Bonora)….Pages 37-42
Women at Work (Dina Guglielmi, Elena Luppi)….Pages 43-48
Women, Migration and Social Environment (Meryam Schouler-Ocak, Ilaria Tarricone, C. Bignardi, D. Berardi)….Pages 49-68
For Media, “Women’s Health” Often Stands for “Beauty” (Roberta Villa)….Pages 69-73
Health and Gender in Movies (Barbara Tarricone)….Pages 75-78
Women in Music: The Case of Italian Opera (Giuseppina La Face)….Pages 79-89
Sport and Gender (Franco Trevisani, Francesco Della Villa)….Pages 91-101
Diet and Gender (Francesca Pasqui, Carolina Poli, Davide Festi)….Pages 103-112
Front Matter ….Pages 113-113
Motherhood, Childbirth and Perinatal Age (Silvia Savini, Giacomo Faldella)….Pages 115-123
Childhood (Antonia Parmeggiani, Evamaria Lanzarini)….Pages 125-138
Young Women in the “Digital Generation”—New Risks and New Opportunities (Anna Rita Atti, Lucia Rossi, Diana De Ronchi)….Pages 139-148
Sexual Health, LGBT, and Human Rights (Manlio Converti, Antonio Ventriglio)….Pages 149-160
Senility (Marco Domenicali, Annagiulia Gramenzi)….Pages 161-164
Front Matter ….Pages 165-165
Heart and Vascular Disorders: Gender Differences in Acute Coronary Syndrome (Olivia Manfrini, Edina Cenko)….Pages 167-175
Endocrine Disorders (Alessandra Gambineri, Paola Altieri, Daniela Ibarra-Gasparini)….Pages 177-184
Urogenital and Reproductive Disorders (Giulia Gava, Renato Seracchioli, Maria Cristina Meriggiola)….Pages 185-194
Central and Peripheral Nervous Disorders (Francesca Pastorelli, Valentina Favoni, Sabina Cevoli, Roberto Michelucci)….Pages 195-214
Psychiatric Disorders (Simona Tomassi, Ilaria Tarricone, Sarah Tosato)….Pages 215-235
Gender and Pain (Rita Maria Melotti, Andrea Fanelli, Maria Cristina Sorella)….Pages 237-244
The Brain-Gut Axis and the Gender (Giovanni Barbara, Maria Giulia Regazzi, Maria Raffaella Barbaro, Giovanni Dothel, Ilaria Tarricone)….Pages 245-253
Infectious Diseases and Gender: Focus on HIV Infection (Leonardo Calza)….Pages 255-259
Front Matter ….Pages 261-261
Social Services in Front of Feminine Social Disease (Monica Brandoli, Annamaria Nicolini)….Pages 263-267
Primary Care (Emanuele Ciotti, Daniele Irmici, Marco Menchetti)….Pages 269-275
Towards Gender-Sensitive Mental Health Services (Carla Comacchio, Mirella Ruggeri)….Pages 277-287
Guarantee Committee for Equal Opportunity, Employee Well-Being and Non-discrimination at Work (CUG) (Marco Balboni, Sabrina Colombari, Tullia Gallina Toschi)….Pages 289-293
Prevention of Violence and Emergency Services (Alberto Amadasi, Maria Carla Mazzotti, Maria Caterina Manca, Susi Pelotti)….Pages 295-301
When the Woman Is the Mother: The Work of Pediatrician for Caring Mothers and Children (Marcello Lanari, Monia Gennari, Carlotta Biagi)….Pages 303-310
Front Matter ….Pages 311-311
The Association of the Teachers of the Bologna University (AdDU): A Story of Increasing Consciousness (Paola Monari)….Pages 313-316
The Vase of Flowers: A Tale for Preschool Children on Mothers’ Chemotherapy Side Effects (Michela Rimondini)….Pages 317-320
Women at School (Francesca Frascaroli)….Pages 321-324
When the Daughter is a Doctor (Ilaria Tarricone)….Pages 325-328


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