"It is generally agreed that global health goes beyond the health of individual communities and nations, to incorporate the health of people worldwide. An important difference between public health and global health, is that global health involves elements of foreign policy and diplomacy amidst the medicinal aspects of irradicating disease and other health concerns."
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global health | global public health | public health | world health | international health | international cooperation | public health administration
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Key statistics for global health research from the World Health Organization (WHO).
WHO: Foreign Policy and Global Health
Publications, resources on trade, foreign policy, diplomacy, and health
WHO database for searching the literature of regional medical indices, including AIM (AFRO), LILACS (AMRO/PAHO), IMEMR (EMRO), IMSEAR (SEARO), WPRIM (WPRO).
These web resources provide general information about domestic and international affairs, economics, education, and other issues related to global health.
UNICEF is a resource that focuses on social and economic issues, including health issues, that affect children across the world.World Bank
The World Bank is an international organization with a focus on increasing economic development and reducing poverty world-wide. Part of this overall mission includes focusing on global health factors.International Monetary Fund
The IMF provides access to the social and economic statuses of the countries around the world. It also has information about how economics affect worldwide health issues.