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Document Type

General Interest Article

Abstract

What does the phrase "global health" mean to you? Does it mean doing HIV/AIDS education in Mysore? Working to improve air quality in Manila? Or marrying eastern and western health practices for the Hmong in Minneapolis? If you answered "all of the above," you're right. Global health is all this and more. At the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, we ascribe to the philosophy whereby public health challenges are exchanged equally between developed and developing countries, and together we share the responsibility for finding solutions to these challenges.

Publication Date

2003

Journal Title

International Journal of Global Health

Volume

2

Issue

2

First Page

61

Last Page

64

Copyright

© Copyright 2003 by the International Journal of Global Health

Language

EN

File Format

application/pdf

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Public Health Commons

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