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Introduction

Global health is a multidisciplinary approach to improving health and eliminating health disparities for the world population (Koplan, et al., 2009). Global health is not limited by location as it focuses on both domestic and cross-border issues. However, with the rise of epidemic infectious diseases crossing international borders, keeping informed on the topics covered in this discipline is becoming increasingly important. This guide provides library and government resources covering all aspects of global health, including policy-making, health promotion, partnerships and initiatives, and more.

Global Health eBooks

Below are some selected eBooks from the library on global health. You can find additional eBooks on this topic by doing a search on the library homepage.

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global health
global health AND policy

 

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References

Koplan, J. P., Bond, T. C., Merson, M. H., Reddy, K. S., Rodriguez, M. H., Sewankambo, N. K., Nelson, K., & Wasserheit, J. N. (2009, June 6-12). Towards a common definition of global health. The Lancet, 373(9679), 1993-1995. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(09)60332-9

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