Reproductive Health: Women and Men's Shared Responsibility debunks the common misconception that reproductive rights are synonymous solely with women's health. In fact, The author proposes that reproductive health encompasses the role of men AND women, As well as the community, human rights, and social justice. Applicable for policymakers, leaders, and students in the public health field, this text approaches women's and men's health in a balanced, interactive approach by presenting case studies that link program and policy issues to practical experiences. Though broad in scope, The text is focused and uses a uniform approach to reflect the basic premise that reproductive health And The responsibility for it must be addressed in an individual, community, and global context. Reproductive Health: Women and Men's Shared Responsibility is a much needed reference for both leaders and students in the field of public health. It offers a cutting-edge approach to its presentation of information about reproductive health, complete with recognition of the role of men, human rights, social justice, global health, infertility, environmental threats, gender violence, and more. There is no doubt that the need and timeliness for this book could not be greater.Anderson, Barbara is the author of 'Reproductive Health Women and Men's Shared Responsibility', published 2004 under ISBN 9780763722883 and ISBN 076372288X.