Affiliation: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
- Immigrating to a universal health care system: utilization of hospital services by immigrants in IsraelNadav Davidovitch
Department of Health Systems Management, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University in the Negev, Israel
Health Place 20:13-8. 2013..The entitlement to citizenship and social rights in a country with universal health care coverage makes the Israeli case of special interest concerning immigrants' utilization of health care services...
- "Air, sun, water": ideology and activities of OZE (Society for the Preservation of the Health of the Jewish Population) during the interwar periodNadav Davidovitch
Department of Health Systems Management, Division of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Dynamis 28:127-49. 2008....
- Public health, culture, and colonial medicine: smallpox and variolation in Palestine during the British MandateNadav Davidovitch
Department of Health Systems Management, Faculty of Health Scicences, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel
Public Health Rep 122:398-406. 2007
- Herzl's Altneuland: Zionist utopia, medical science and public healthNadav Davidovitch
Department of Health Systems Management, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University, 84105 Beer Sheva, Israel
Korot 17:1-21, ix. 2003..This vision of science and society, with its inherent tensions, will continue to inform the Zionist discourse of our present day...
- Public health, racial tensions, and body politic: mass ringworm irradiation in Israel, 1949-1960Nadav Davidovitch
Department of Health Systems Management, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University
J Law Med Ethics 36:522-9. 2008..We analyzed the case study of ringworm irradiation in the framework of racial construction of illness and its treatment, showing the elasticity of race and ethnicity as medical and social categories...
- Bedouin-Arab women's access to antenatal care at the interface of physical and structural barriers: A pilot studyNora Gottlieb
Department for Health System Management, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, PO Box 653, Beer Sheva, 84105, Israel
Glob Public Health 6:643-56. 2011..Even though current service delivery challenges need to be overcome to achieve the intervention's full potential, its replication should be considered in further villages...
- Attitudes of emergency department staff toward family presence during resuscitationOren Wacht
Department of Health Systems Management, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel
Isr Med Assoc J 12:366-70. 2010....
- Medical humanitarianism, human rights and political advocacy: the case of the Israeli Open ClinicNora Gottlieb
Department of Health Systems Management, Ben Gurion University, P O B 635, 84105 Beer Sheva, Israel
Soc Sci Med 74:839-45. 2012....
- Medical selection and the debate over mass immigration in the new state of Israel (1948-1951)Shifra Shvarts
Department of Health Policy and Management, Ben-Gurion University of the Negeve, Beer-Sheva, Israel
Can Bull Med Hist 22:5-34. 2005....
- [Has the time arrived to allow family members to be present during resuscitation?]Oren Wacht
Ben Gurion University, Department of Health Systems Management, Beer Sheba
Harefuah 148:177-82, 210. 2009..There is also a need to understand the viewpoints of medical staff, patients and their families, as well as the social, logistic, ethical and legal implications of FPDR...
- Measuring adaptability: psychological examinations of Jewish detainees in Cyprus internment campsRakefet Zalashik
Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, New York University, USA
Sci Context 19:419-41. 2006..Apart from the obvious fact that this case study deals with movement of people, refugees as well as health-care workers, it is also about the transmission of knowledge and professions across the ocean...
- Last resort? Lobotomy operations in Israel, 1946-60Rakefet Zalashik
Tel Aviv University
Hist Psychiatry 17:91-106. 2006....
- Identification of risk factors for infection in an outbreak of Mycoplasma pneumoniae respiratory tract diseaseEyal Klement
Army Health Branch, Israel Defense Force, Be'er Sheva, Israel
Clin Infect Dis 43:1239-45. 2006..These findings emphasize the importance of immunity and cessation of smoking for the prevention of disease. The high attack rate emphasizes the extent of infection transmission among healthy persons living in close contact...
- Health in Palestine, 1850-2000. IntroductionIris Borowy
Historical Institute, University of Rostock, Alemania
Dynamis 25:313-27. 2005
- Infectious diarrheal outbreaks in the Israeli military, 1988-2002Mitchell J Schwaber
Israel Defense Force Medical Corps, Army Health Branch, Military Post 02149, Israel
Mil Med 170:634-7. 2005..Improvements in infrastructure and enhanced attention to surveillance, education, and infection control have resulted in a marked decline in the number of outbreaks in recent years...
- Cost-benefit of stockpiling drugs for influenza pandemicRan D Balicer
Ministry of Health, Jerusalem, Israel
Emerg Infect Dis 11:1280-2. 2005..Current stockpiling of oseltamivir appears to be cost-saving to the economy under several treatment strategies, including therapeutic treatment of patients and postexposure prophylactic treatment of patients' close contacts...
- Influenza outbreak control in confined settingsRan D Balicer
Israel Defense Forces Medical Corps, Tel Hashomer, Israel
Emerg Infect Dis 11:579-83. 2005..We review the control measures available for controlling influenza outbreaks in confined settings and discuss the role of rapid mass vaccination within this context...
- [Smallpox vaccination techniques: considerations and unresolved issues]Ran D Balicer
Army Health Branch, Medical Corps, Israel Defense Forces
Harefuah 144:51-6, 69. 2005..Together, these factors will most likely influence the adoption of a preferred vaccination technique during a smallpox emergency...