How Thailand's greater convergence created sustainable funding for emerging health priorities caused by globalization

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Charoenca, Naowarut; Kungskulniti, Nipapun; Mock, Jeremiah; Hamann, Stephen; Vathesatogkit, Prakit;
  • Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
  • Journal: Global Health Action,volume 8 (issn: 1654-9716, eissn: 1654-9880)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4557089, doi: 10.3402/gha.v8.28630
  • Subject: Global Health | globalization | non-communicable diseases | post-2015 sustainable development goals | post-2015 sustainable development goals; globalization; tobacco control; road accidents; prevention; innovative funding; non-communicable diseases; Thailand; low- and middle-income countries | Original Article | road accidents | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | Thailand | low- and middle-income countries | tobacco control | innovative funding | prevention | Public Health

Background: Global health is shifting gradually from a limited focus on individual communicable disease goals to the formulation of broader sustainable health development goals. A major impediment to this shift is that most low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) have ... View more
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