Key questions of medical anthropology – Reviews
The following 12 reviews – thematised in five groups and selected from six countries – are offered as a representation of the recent scientific discussions in medical anthropology in relation to our central domain, health and healthcare delivery. Initially a thorough literature review was conducted in all partner countries in the national languages, resulting in 10-12 items per country with brief annotations. Afterwards, a careful selection has been made with regard to our focal points grounded in the critical incidents analysis. The selected articles were reviewed and summarised in English by our partners. This collection can be read here, in this part of our reader.