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Beaglehole

John. 1901--71, New Zealand historian and author. His works include Exploration of the Pacific (1934) and The Journals of James Cook (1955)
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McMichael, Anthony and Robert Beaglehole, (2009), "The global context for public health" (2009), in Robert Beaglehole and Ruth Bonita (ed.) (2009), Global Public Health: A new era, 2nd eds., OUP UK.
Beaglehole (ed.), 4 vols., Hakluyt Society/Cambridge Uni.
According to Beaglehole (2013), Obote also intended to force the departure of Asians who held British passports.
Beaglehole's masterpiece, The Life of Captain James Cook (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1974).
Beaglehole, 2004 & Abegunde, 2007 pointed out that in wealthier countries that have made immense progress in health indicators, the resulting change in age structure and morbidity and mortality patterns portends even greater financial demands on the health sector.
And Leices-t e r 's development coach Steve Beaglehole feels Chilwell's England recognition is well deserved.
To Koplan and colleagues, (16) global health means "an area for study, research, and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide." For Beaglehole and Bonita, (17) global health is "collaborative trans-national research and action for promoting health for all." Kickbush (18) defines global health as "those health issues that transcend national boundaries and governments and call for actions on the global forces that determine the health of people." Global health's agents ought to improve health, ought to achieve equity in health, ought to promote health, or are called to take action.
Sin embargo, aunque su importancia es vital en el desarrollo de una investigacion, es relevante mencionar que ninguna esta exenta de ellos; y que lo fundamental es conocerlos para intentar evitarlos, minimizarlos o corregirlos (Beaglehole et al., 2008).
As Auckland University professors Robert Beaglehole and Ruth Bonita said at a recent UN meeting, "a turbo-charged effort" is needed against the sale and consumption of tobacco, with the sale of tobacco phased out internationally by 2040, and global action on a scale not seen yet.
Professor Robert Beaglehole of Auckland university in New Zealand helped lead the international group of experts.
Shamus Beaglehole, who .was recently celebrated for having the name of the year, in a recent poll.