In: health

The evolution of Social Protection vis-à-vis- the shift of dominant economic paradigms
August 7, 2015

Nowadays, Social Protection is one of the top priorities in national and international agendas since many studies have proved that it…

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Your partner in health? Probing into the challenges faced by the Philippine national health insurance program
March 17, 2015

The Philippines is considered as one of the Asian countries which boast a long history of social health insurance system. Former…

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Bridging the great divide between biomedicine and the social sciences
March 2, 2015

When Mount Pinatubo in the province of Zambales, Philippines erupted in 1991, the Aeta communities living in the mountains were immediately…

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Analyzing the political economy of health through the conflict perspective
February 16, 2015

Most studies with regard to health are typically undertaken within the field of biomedicine. The relationship of biomedicine and social sciences,…

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Global Health and Diplomacy: A means to containing the contagion?
November 3, 2014

Borders no longer exist when you talk about health. This rings true at present for a world which has undergone through…

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