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Global Health
Global health

Health, as so much of all aspects of twenty-first-century life, is inextricably bound up in global relationships. Global health therefore refers to perceiving health as the outcome of global processes, with solutions to improving the health of the global population as being the responsibility of an alliance of global organizations, national governments and non-governmental organizations.

The process of ‘globalization’ is an important feature of life in the twenty-first century, affecting and reordering many aspects of our personal lives and social interactions. In relation to economic, financial, cultural, and technological matters, as well as the mobility of its population, contemporary society is infused with relationships, symbols and products that lie beyond the immediacy of any specific nation-state. These outcomes of the process of globalization ...

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