in [Washington .
Written in English
|Contributions||Institute of Inter-American Affairs (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||RA10 .U52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 175 p.|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||53060838|
--Pre-Health Student (Hospital Medicine in Latin America, January ) The Sustainable Development Goals are a global roadmap set forth by the United Nations General Assembly to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure the well-being of all individuals by the year This book serves as a concise and synthetic history of medicine and health in Latin America from to the present, summarizing the social history of medicine, medical education, and public health in Latin America and placing it in dialogue with the international historiographical currents in medicine and by: As for my health care, I’m extremely relieved and grateful to be entering my Nunca years while living in Mexico (and would feel the same way in other parts of Latin America), as opposed to . In the last 30 years, U.S. billionaire wealth soared by over percent while median household wealth increased by barely five percent. In , the total wealth held by America’s billionaire class was $ billion; today that number stands at $ : Arjun Walia.
It has been documented that cuts in the health budgets of many Latin American countries affected the purchase of drugs and supplies, as well as salary levels, but left the scope, number, and content of existing health programs largely untouched (Cruz et al., ).Author: James N. Gribble, Samuel H. Preston. Human mental health resources in Latin America are very scarce. The estimated figures of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, psychologists, and social workers per , are far below those of Europe or the US (1,9,10).Cited by: Mario Osava. RIO DE JANEIRO, Mar 18 (IPS) - People in Latin America suffer twice the number of dental cavities than do the citizens of the United States, according to the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO). Oral health is measured and compared principally by an internationally adopted index of cavities, losses and obstructions (CPOD) in the . Focusing on distinctive approaches that have emerged in the region, and that the authors analyze through notions such the ‘culture of survival’ and ‘health in adversity', the book illuminates the distinctive social, cultural, and political dimensions of health in Latin America. Medicine and Public Health in Latin America offers a sweeping Cited by:
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