Why the communicable/non-communicable disease dichotomy is problematic for public health control strategies: implications of multimorbidity for health systems in an era of health transition.

dianagosalvez Diana Gosalvez Prados última modificación 26/02/2016 11:23

In today's globalized world, rapid urbanization, mechanization of the rural economy, and the activities of trans-national food, drink and tobacco corporations are associated with behavioral changes that increase the risk of chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs).

Oni T, Unwin N. Why the communicable/non-communicable disease dichotomy is problematic for public health control strategies: implications of multimorbidity for health systems in an era of health transition. Int Health. 2015 Nov;7(6):390-9. Available at: http://inthealth.oxfordjournals.org/content/7/6/390.long


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26/02/2016
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Oni T, Unwin N.

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