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James Trostle
James Trostle
Scott M Johnson Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, Trinity College, Hartford
Verified email at trincoll.edu
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Getting good government: capacity building in the public sectors of developing countries
MS Grindle
Harvard University Press, 1997
6981997
Medical compliance as an ideology
JA Trostle
Social science & medicine 27 (12), 1299-1308, 1988
5751988
Epidemiology and culture.
JA Trostle
Epidemiology and culture., 2005
3142005
How do researchers influence decision-makers? Case studies of Mexican policies
J Trostle, M Bronfman, A Langer
Health policy and planning 14 (2), 103-114, 1999
2981999
Factors influencing physicians' prescribing behaviour in the treatment of childhood diarrhoea: knowledge may not be the clue
P Paredes, M De La Peņa, E Flores-Guerra, J Diaz, J Trostle
Social science & medicine 42 (8), 1141-1153, 1996
2051996
Co-occurring epidemics, syndemics, and population health
AC Tsai, E Mendenhall, JA Trostle, I Kawachi
The Lancet 389 (10072), 978-982, 2017
1962017
Research capacity building in international health: definitions, evaluations and strategies for success
J Trostle
Social science & medicine 35 (11), 1321-1324, 1992
1941992
Heavy rainfall events and diarrhea incidence: the role of social and environmental factors
EJ Carlton, JNS Eisenberg, J Goldstick, W Cevallos, J Trostle, K Levy
American journal of epidemiology 179 (3), 344-352, 2014
1862014
Environmental change and infectious disease: how new roads affect the transmission of diarrheal pathogens in rural Ecuador
JNS Eisenberg, W Cevallos, K Ponce, K Levy, SJ Bates, JC Scott, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (51), 19460-19465, 2006
1822006
Inappropriate distribution of medicines by professionals in developing countries
J Trostle
Social science & medicine (1982) 42 (8), 1996
1471996
Medical anthropology and epidemiology
JA Trostle, J Sommerfeld
Annual Review of Anthropology, 253-274, 1996
1451996
The logic of noncompliance: management of epilepsy from the patient's point of view
JA Trostle, WA Hauser, IS Susser
Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 7 (1), 35-56, 1983
1351983
Pedestrian injuries in Mexico: a multi-method approach
M Hı́jar, J Trostle, M Bronfman
Social science & medicine 57 (11), 2149-2159, 2003
1172003
Emerging infectious diseases: the role of social sciences
CR Janes, KK Corbett, JH Jones, J Trostle
The Lancet 380 (9857), 1884-1886, 2012
992012
Psychologic and social adjustment to epilepsy in Rochester, Minnesota
JA Trostle, WA Hauser, FW Sharbrough
Neurology 39 (5), 633-633, 1989
961989
I get height with a little help from my friends: herd protection from sanitation on child growth in rural Ecuador
JA Fuller, E Villamor, W Cevallos, J Trostle, JNS Eisenberg
International journal of epidemiology 45 (2), 460-469, 2016
902016
Early work in anthropology and epidemiology: from social medicine to the germ theory, 1840 to 1920
J Trostle
Anthropology and epidemiology, 35-57, 1986
851986
Anthropology and epidemiology in the twentieth century: a selective history of collaborative projects and theoretical affinities, 1920 to 1970
J Trostle
Anthropology and epidemiology, 59-94, 1986
851986
Toward a systems approach to enteric pathogen transmission: from individual independence to community interdependence
JNS Eisenberg, J Trostle, RJD Sorensen, KF Shields
Annual review of public health 33, 239, 2012
722012
Relating diarrheal disease to social networks and the geographic configuration of communities in rural Ecuador
SJ Bates, J Trostle, WT Cevallos, A Hubbard, JNS Eisenberg
American journal of epidemiology 166 (9), 1088-1095, 2007
702007
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