PLOS Blog Post Explores Potential Impacts Of ‘Brexit’ On U.K., Global Health Policy
PLOS “Translational Global Health”: Brexit: what might it mean for global health?
Rhea Saksena, a British global health graduate and medical student, discusses how the U.K.’s exit from the European Union could impact health domestically as well as globally, and she explores other public health, environmental, and trade issues. Saksena notes, “Now outside [the E.U.], accountability must become our collective responsibility by advocating that exit negotiations reached prioritize a rights-based, social-determinants-of-health approach” (6/26).
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