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Appendix IV

Macules: An Annotated Bibliography

Macules are technical publications by or for HD field workers in Korea. Basically designed for in-country use they serve as vehicles for circulating information of projects etc. Within the last two years 15 Macules have been printed, 5 submitted by HD workers and 10 excerpted from various publications.

This appendix summarized each Macule in terms of contents and value in the hopes that someone might tantalized to nite to the Health Office for more information. There are multiple copies of all Macules available free on request to the Office, Summaries were prepared by Aram Krikorian, K-34.

Following the Macule Bibliography is a list of FYI's (For Your Information): reprints of technical materials regarding public health in general, They too are available free on request.

 

Bibliography of Macules I - XV

Macule I

- Leprosy Control Patients' Status in Hop Cheun Gun

- Health Education Materials for Leprosy Workers in Korea Dan Pekarske 75. 8. 2.

Content: initial patient information statistical methods, and a basic guide for patient directed health education translated from the ALERT manual.

Value: statistics section contains many good ideas but are not difficult to devise oneself. The H. Ed. section is a good overview of patient directed H. Ed. for review or before beginning H. Ed. work. 20 pgs.

Macule II

- Leprosy Patients under Actual Control of Wolsung Gun HC Mary Levis 74.9

Contents: patient management statistics and tables tracing patient compliance in chemotherapy and setting out priorities in home visiting.

Value: good ideas, thick on statistics 6 pgs.

Macule III

- A Reading on Health Education

David Morley 1973 19 pgs.

- Facts on Body Defense Mechanisms

WHO News Release 73. 11, 3 pas 74. 9. 22.

Contents: as titled

Value: Not directly HD related and addresses health education issues in lesser developed countries than Korea. Immunology section is a good review.

Macule IV

- Selected Poems of Han Ha Woon

trans. Giles Ryan (no date)

Contents: poems of a famous Korean HD patient

Value: good for insights into the feelings of patients and for language study - in English and Korean - 7 pgs

Macule V

- Some Characteristics of HD Patients in Kyeong Sang Nam Do

Dan Pekarske 75. 3. 27.

Contents: epidemiological information from all cities and counties in G-6 mobile team as of 1974. Value: specific data of little value but it shows what PCV's can do in co-operative efforts. 15 pgs.

Macule VI

- HD Control Work in Korea

compiled, edited by Rich Everett 75. 3. 25

Contents: responses of the K-31 HD volunteers to an open ended response questionnaire dealing with initial work in HC.

Value: interesting for it's variety in responses and good material for reflection during first months at site. 28 pgs.

Macule VII

- Career Information

Health Office 75. 6. 16.

Contents: educational opportunities in public health

Value: not HD specific but good addresses etc. for those interested in health careers. 13 pgs.

Macule VIII

*

- Editorial Common Features in Rapidly Declining Leprosy Epidemics

T.F. Davey reprinted from pp 5-8. 9 pgs.

Contents: as titled.

Value: interesting

- An Analysis of Some Field Activities in a Leprosy Control Scheme in Tanzania

Jan De Keijzer 11 pgs.

Contents: as titled

Value: give an intimate view of non Korea case workers and good for comparison

- The Diagnosis of Leprosy Clinical and Bacteriological

Colin McDougall - reprinted from pp 79-84, 13 pgs.

Contents: as titled

Value: good guide but more Korea-relevent information can be found elsewhere

* All taken from Leprosy Review Vol 46 #1, March 1975

Macule IX

- Present Activities of Peorpsy Control Program in Korea

Presented at the 2nd Seminar on Leprosy Control Cooperation in Asis 75. 8. 22.

Dr. Joo-Soo, Lee 8 pgs

Contents: as titled plus a very short summary of MHSA policy, activities and problems

Value: many graphs and charts, gives a very broad overview of the Korean situation

Macule X

- Leprosy Control

Excerpted from Leprosy Control Cooperation in Asia

Proceedings pp 82 - 84 4 pgs..

Dr. J. Noussitow - WHO Geneva

Contents: overview of leprosy control in Asis

Value: too general to be of much use

- The Development of DADDS and its Applications - excerpt

Charles C. Shepard 5 pgs..

Contents: as titled

Value: quite important in terms of new treatment possibilities

- Experimental Leprosy in the Nine-banded Armadillo -excerpt

Waldemar F. Kirchenheima MD. Ph. D.

Contents: as titled

Value: great; if you're into armadilloes

Macule XI

- Transmission of Leprosy within Households

Reprinted from International Journal of Leprosy and Other Mycobacteriological Diseases Vol 43 #1 1-3, pp 75, pp 45-54

PSS Rao, et al. 11 pgs.

Contents: as titled, study done in India

Value: Not Korea specific, inconclusive and a bit heavy on statistics but, good reading for getting ideas on patient management work.

Macule XII

- Treatment of TB and Leprosy

Editorial from Leprosy Review Vol 46 #3 pp 149-155 7 pgs.

Contents: comparative treatments

Value: much of information is available elsewhere but it is a good short summary of potential interest to both TB and HD workers.

Macule XIII

- Accurate Measurement and Recording of Plantar Ulcers

Leprosy Review Vol 46 #3 pp 195-198 2 pgs.

John G. Geater

Contents: as described

Value: good for people doing much ulcer case, short, practical and to the point.

Macule XIV

- Recognition and Management of New Damage under Field Conditions

Leprosy Review Vol 46 #3 pp 231-234 4 pgs.

WF Ross and JMH Pearson

Contents: as titled

Value: short but detailed and well organized suggested for anyone in patient management.

Macule XV

- Practical Problems in Chemotherapy

Leprosy Review Vol 46 #2 11 258-264

Colloquium discussion 10. 74. 8 pgs.

Contents: as titled

Value: rather dry and not remedial, but interesting for those into chemotherapy.

 

FOR YOUR INFORMATION (F.Y.I.) PUBLICATION

I. Conformity and Deviance in Health and Illness, Leo Baric

II. Reproduction and Wastage of Human Resources

III. Safe Water in Rural Areas - An Experiment in Promoting Community Participation in India, R. K. Misra

IV. The Noncompliant Patient, Daryl Mattews

V. 1. The Right to Know: Public Education about Health

2. Maryland Workshop on Patient Education The potential of Health Education in Health Services Delivery

3. The Need for Patient Education

VI. Health Programmes and New Directions in Social and Economic Development; A. P. Ruderman

VII. The Hospital in Society

VIII. Excerpts from Control of Communicable Diseases in Man (first portion)

IX. " " (second portion)

X. " " (third portion)

XI. 1. "Health Grads Find Job Market Almost Plush", Kathryn Foxhall

2. "Women in Health. There's Nowhere to go but Up".

3. "Prevention Gets Same Talk Same Action", Franklin Brough

XII. Rights and Health Care Beyond Equity and Efficiency", Charles Fried

XIII. "Health Education " by John Bennett

XIV. "How much Drinking is Dangerous? ", Arthur Fisher

XV. Approaches to an Epidemiology of Health, Milton Terris

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