Health Affairs Blog Post Examines Changing Landscape Of Global Health, China’s Role
Health Affairs: China’s Emerging Role In Global Health
Elanah Uretsky, assistant professor at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services; Jennifer Bouey, associate professor at Georgetown University’s Department of International Health at the School of Nursing & Health Studies; and Rebecca Katz, associate professor at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services discuss the changing landscape of global health, considering U.S. shifts in funding priorities and China’s approach to development assistance for health. The authors write, “As we watch the future trends in [development assistance for health (DAH)], it will be essential to monitor China’s global health engagements and assess how its approach to the assistance impacts not only population health around the world but geopolitical alliances as well” (1/17).
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