Innovation in Global Health Governance: Critical Cases

1st Edition

Andrew F. Cooper

Routledge
Published March 28, 2009
Reference - 422 Pages
ISBN 9780754648727 - CAT# Y235739
Series: Global Environmental Governance

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Summary

Analyzing twenty-first century innovations in global health governance, this volume addresses questions of pandemics, essential medicines and disease eradication through detailed case studies of critical and rapidly spreading infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and SARS and 'lifestyle' illnesses such as tobacco-related illnesses, all of which are at the centre of the current global health challenge. Given its contemporary focus and wide range of world leading experts, this study is highly suitable for courses on global governance generally and global public health specifically across political science, economics, law, medicine, nursing and related fields. Scholars, practitioners and clinicians seeking a context for their front line health care provision will find this volume invaluable.

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