Understanding unconventional medicine. Social sciences on traditional, complementary and alternative therapies in Slovakia

Ivan Souček, Roman Hofreiter
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Nekonvenční medicína je důležitým fenoménem současné společnosti a její popularita roste. Ne, jinak je tomu i na Slovensku, kde byla po desetiletí v předrevolučním období téměř každá léčba mimo konvenční medicínu považována za zaostalou a založenou na pověrách. Léčebným postupům v alternativní medicíně se věnovalo pouze několik výzkumných studií. Autoři přinášejí širokou diskusi o komplexních aspektech lékařské rozmanitosti v místním i globálním kontextu zdravotní péče. Kniha bude přínosná pro studenty lékařských i nelékařských oborů, badatele z oblasti sociologie a antropologie medicíny a dějin medicíny, stejně jako pro tvůrce strategií v zdravotní oblasti a profesionální lékařské odborníky, kteří se zajímají o fascinující svět lékařského pluralismu.

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