Putting Health Back in China’s Development
A precondition for a harmonious society must surely be a healthy population; conversely a society that fails to deliver basic, affordable health care is likely to lack the social cohesion central to the concept of a harmonious society. This article examines the challenges China faces in improving health care provision, reducing health inequalities, and reviving a development strategy which prioritises good health as a basic right of all citizens.
Sarah Cook, « Putting Health Back in China’s Development », China Perspectives [Online], 2007/3 | 2007, Online since 01 September 2010, connection on 28 April 2017. URL : http://chinaperspectives.revues.org/2103Top of page
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