Part One, titled `Positioning', presents knowledge and voices at odds with public perceptions, media representations, policy assumptions and discourses of medicalisation
The sections on different research designs describe advantages and limitations, and the increased medicalisation
and the effects of cancer screening on health people are noted.
Studies done by Accaf show that medicalisation
is rampant in Kisii county.
In an interesting article Wieteke van Dijk and colleagues argue that societal developments and values influence the practice of medicine, and thus can result in both medicalisation
A lot of the changes over the last 40 years are, she says, a reaction against the medicalisation
of birth in the 50s.
L'idee princeps qui prevaut est d'amener aussi vite que possible un medecin sur les lieux de l'accident, celui-ci pourra proceder a la medicalisation
des interventions sur les lieux memes des accidents.
Once again I adopt a term which is given a different meaning to its usual sense: medicalisation
, which I use to designate a complete medical and clinical assessment of the person suffering from mental health problems.
Andy emphasised: 'Offering talking therapies to young people is a good idea providing that it can be done in such a way that we avoid medicalisation
of the situation.
The health of future society is at risk; the medicalisation
of childbirth -- through operations and caesareans -- is affecting women psychologically and physically.
Disease classification is an important part in the process of medicalisation
and one important tool by which medical authority is exerted.
Much has recently been made of the medicalisation
of women's sexual desire.
Doctors currently provide many maternal and newborn health services, and Mongolia is seeing an increase in the medicalisation
of childbirth, with a Caesarean section rate of 18%.