Further readings

McDowell AJ, Troubling Breath: Tuberculosis, care and subjectivity at the margins of Rajasthan, 2014, thttp://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:dash.current.terms-ofuse#LAA.

This PhD thesis report examines the experience of tuberculosis sufferers in rural Rajasthan. The report shows how tuberculosis affliction and healing builds and reveals the diversity and limit of relationships between state and citizen, individual and kin, body and social, global and local, and formal and informal healthcare.

Costello J, Social Exclusion and Public Health

This book chapter examines the phenomenon of social exclusion, tracing its origins and attempting to elicit why people are socially excluded as well as identifying the links between social exclusion and public health.

Sutan R, Yusof A, Syndemic Approach in Preventing Perinatal Near Miss before First Phase of Three Delay Model, 2017, International Journal of Pregnancy & Child Birth, Volume 2, Issue 4.

This paper discuss the usefulness of syndemic approach in planning for the intervention in empowering and place accountability of community neighbourhood, agencies nearby facilities within the community

towards a concerted effort in fulfilling safe motherhood goal together with healthcare delivery system.