G7 Health Ministers Focus On Strengthening Primary Health Care, Ending Health Inequalities At Paris Meeting

Health Policy Watch: G7 Countries Prioritize Primary Health Care At Health Ministers’ Meeting In Paris
“Health Ministers from G7 countries wrapped up a two-day meeting [Friday] in Paris that focused on strengthening primary health care, health inequalities for developing countries, and the elimination of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. Entitled ‘Ensuring Health Care For All: A G7 Priority,’ the meeting of the Group of 7 (G7) most developed countries also announced the launch of a new primary health care initiative — which will seek to improve primary health care through knowledge sharing…” (Branigan, 5/17).

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