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eBook America's Vital Interest in Global Health: Protecting Our People, Enhancing Our Economy, and Advancing Our International Interests ePub

by Institute of Medicine,Board on International Health

  • ISBN: 0309058341
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Institute of Medicine,Board on International Health
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: National Academies Press (July 11, 1997)
  • Pages: 72
  • ePub book: 1717 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1275 kb
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Health; Science, Technology, and Society; Health Care; International and Political Dimensions of Biology and Medicine . Institute of Medicine (United States). Board on International Health.

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Institute of Medicine. America's Vital Interest in Global Health: Protecting Our People, Enhancing Our Economy, and Advancing Our International Interests. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. foundations and nongovernmental organizations-have been major contributors to this process.

This report from the Board on International Health of the Institute of Medicine focuses on the interest of the United States in these global health transitions

This report from the Board on International Health of the Institute of Medicine focuses on the interest of the United States in these global health transitions. The report argues that America has a vital and direct stake in the health of people around the globe, and that this interest derives from both America's long and enduring tradition of humanitarian concern and compelling reasons of enlightened self-interest. 0309058341 (ISBN13: 9780309058346).

America’s vital interest in global health: protecting our people, enhancing our economy, and advancing our international interests. Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on the US Commitment to Global Health

America’s vital interest in global health: protecting our people, enhancing our economy, and advancing our international interests. Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on the US Commitment to Global Health. The US commitment to global health: recommendations for the public and private sectors. Washington, DC: National Academies Press; 2009. df/Bookshelf NBK32623.

Main Author: Health, Board on International. Other Authors: Medicine, Institute of. Format: eBook. International Health and the Work of the Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development : International Health and the Work of the Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development.

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Institute of Medicine, America's Vital Interest in Global Health: Protecting Our People, Enhancing Our Economy, and Advancing Our International Interests(Washington: National Academy Press, 1997). E. Hobsbawm, The Age of Extremes: A History of the World, 1914-1991 (New York: Pantheon Books, 1994), 12. .

As populations throughout the world live longer, there is an increasing trend toward global commonality of health concerns

As populations throughout the world live longer, there is an increasing trend toward global commonality of health concerns.

America's Vital Interest in Global Health-Protecting our People, Enhancing our Economy, and Aadvancing . Both the EU and China have a common interest in ensuring a smooth transition to the post quota system.

America's Vital Interest in Global Health-Protecting our People, Enhancing our Economy, and Aadvancing our International Iinterests. The Globalization of Public Health, I: Threats and Opportunities. If Chinese exports reach the danger zones, they could impact unfavorably not only the EU textile and clothing industry but also the procedures in developing countries. According to Brussels-based organization Euratex, the danger zones have been reached as regards 12 categories of Chinese products.

Its 1997 report, America’s vital interest in global health: protecting our people, enhancing our economy and advancing our international interests advocates for America to tackle global health problems from its strongest base – its pre-eminence in science and technology.

As populations throughout the world live longer, there is an increasing trend toward global commonality of health concerns. This trend mirrors a growing demand for health and access to new interventions to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease. The knowledge base required to meet these needs is not only of a technical kind, deriving from experiments of researchers, but must also draw from the experiences of governments in allocating resources effectively and efficiently to improve human health. This report from the Board on International Health of the Institute of Medicine focuses on the interest of the United States in these global health transitions. The report argues that America has a vital and direct stake in the health of people around the globe, and that this interest derives from both America's long and enduring tradition of humanitarian concern and compelling reasons of enlightened self-interest.