Global Health Education, a Path to Productivity and Awareness – an Indian Perspective

Ipseeta Menon, Hari Parkash

Abstract


ABSTRACT:

Global Health Education strives to improve the health status and life expectancy of low-income and minority populations and other urban and rural areas with populations with serious unmet health needs. Global Health threats affects all of us like infectious diseases, natural and humanitarian crisis, malnutrition and contaminated foods, toxic substances, biological and chemical terrorism, rising social inequalities and highly vulnerable populations, weak inefficient or dysfunctional health systems affect the health of people all over the world. India which is progressing immensely economically in the global platform would stag behind if it gets to compromise on the country’s health issues. Therefore this is a bird’s eye view of the current health education programs being conducted in India.


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Global Journal of Health Science   ISSN 1916-9736(Print)   ISSN 1916-9744(Online)

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