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Excluded from Reciprocity

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Paul Mason

on 22 March 2018

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Brief Update
Paul Mason B.Biomed.Sci. Hons(Sci) Grad.Cert.Arts(Anth) Ph.D.
Tuberculosis Centre of Research Excellence (TB CRE)
Woolcock Institute of Medical Research
We are all qualitative researchers
Camellia nitidissima
Complex Systems
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry
Journal Symposium on TB & ethics
to be published to coincide with World TB day 2016
(1) Diego Armus, Swarthmore College
(2) Jed Horner, University of New South Wales
(3) Erin Koch, University of Kentucky
(4) Angus Dawson, University of Birmingham, and Diego Silva and Ross Upshur, University of Toronto
(5) Seiji Yamada, Sheldon Riklon, Gregory Gabriel Maskarinec (University of Hawaii)
(6) A TB case study by Jane Carroll (Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Melbourne)
Coedited by Dr Christopher Degeling and Dr Paul Mason
Have you ever tried to look for a shortcut but ended up travelling twice as far?
Book Reviews
Communication strategies Children's book about TB
Listening to patients
Excluded from Reciprocity
Reciprocity - a concept inspired by ethnographic studies in Canada and the Pacific
Kula (Trobiand Islanders of Melanesia)
Hau (Maori of New Zealand)
Potlatch (Kwakiutl of Canada)
coping self-efficacy scale
Harper, I. (2014) Development and Public Health in the Himalaya: Reflections on Healing in Contemporary Nepalm Oxford and New York: Routledge.
Seeberg, J. (2013) The Death of Shankar: Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. In Skoda, U., Nielsen, K.B., Fibiger, M.Q. (eds) Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: structures, agents, practices. Anthem Press, pp. 207-226.
Seeberg J. (2014) The event of DOTS and the transformation of the tuberculosis syndemic in India. Cambridge Anthropol, 32: 95–113.

Free treatment is an offer
TB patients cannot refuse
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