Environmental Health in Australia and New Zealand is an introductory yet comprehensive textbook for the current and emerging needs of the environmental health professional, written by experts in the field.
The book is unique in that its framework is based on Risk Assessment, a methodology adopted world wide to address environmental health issues; and also as it highlights environmental health issues applicable to Australia, New Zealand and our near northern neighbours. It provides environmental health students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and health professionals with the means for assessing, correcting, controlling and preventing those aspects of human health that are determined by physical, chemical, biological, social and psychosocial factors in the environment.
- The only text of its kind, written specifically for Australian and New Zealand environmental health students
- Divided clearly into three major sections followed by a summary chapter to address future directions for environmental health. The three major sections are: Tools of Environmental Health; Management Mechanisms, and Issues in Environmental Health
- The experience and extensive research of the author team make the book an authoritative reference for current and emerging issues in environmental health