LITERATURE REVIEW: GLOBAL HEALTH Student’s Name Course Date of Submission Global health refers to the health of the entire population on earth. It perceives health from a global perspective. It can be described as an area of study practice and research that puts a priority on achieving equity and improving the health of the masses around the globe. It emphasizes on issues that transcend national boundaries or have a global economic and political impact on the health of the population. It focuses on global health improvement including both physical or mental health problems. The focus on global health is also channeled towards protection from global threats that go beyond national boundaries. There is also the need for solving the issue of global health disparity. Global health and international health differ significantly. International health focuses on developing countries and foreign assistance while global health can be defined as a function (1): 110-124. doi:10.1093/heapol/czw088. Frenk Julio and Suerie Moon. 2013. "Governance Challenges In Global Health". New England Journal Of Medicine 368 (10): 936-942. doi:10.1056/nejmra1109339. Joyce Barbara Nancy Brown-Schott Vicki Hicks Regina (Gina) Johnson Monica Harmon and Lucille Pilling. 2017. "The Global Health Nursing Imperative: Using Competency-Based Analysis To Strengthen Accountability For Population Focused Practice Education And Research". Annals Of Global Health. doi:10.1016/j.aogh.2017.05.006. Ng Lauren C Charlotte Hanlon Getnet Yimer David C Henderson and Abebaw Fekadu. 2015. "Ethics In Global Health Research: The Need For Balance". The Lancet Global Health 3 (9): e516-e517. doi:10.1016/s2214-109x(15)00095-9. Patel Vikram and Martin Prince. 2010. "Global Mental Health". JAMA 303 (19): 1976. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.616. Stenberg et al. 2017. "Financing Transformative Health Systems Towards Achievement Of The Health Sustainable Development Goals: A Model For Projected Resource Needs In 67 Low-Income And Middle-Income Countries". The Lancet Global Health 5 (9): e875-e887. doi:10.1016/s2214-109x(17)30263-2. The Lancet Global Health. 2016. "Bridging The Global Health Gap". The Lancet Global Health 4 (9): e579. doi:10.1016/s2214-109x(16)30190-5. [...]
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