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Save for Later. About this Item Hardcover, 8vo, xiii, pages. Laminated blue boards are in very good condition, slightly rubbed. Interior is as new. Binding is tight, pages are clean, crisp and unmarked. We need action on social determinants of health — but do we want it, too? Comment on "Understanding the role of public administration in implementing action on the social determinants of health and health inequities" Int J Health Policy Manag.
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Recently a number of calls have been made to mobilise the arsenal of political science insights to investigate - and point to improvements in - the social determinants of health SDH , and health equity. This factor is 'community.
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The snippet could not be located in the article text. This may be because the snippet appears in a figure legend, contains special characters or spans different sections of the article. Int J Health Policy Manag. Published online Feb PMID: Find articles by Evelyne de Leeuw. Received Jan 12; Accepted Feb This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.
Abstract Recently a number of calls have been made to mobilise the arsenal of political science insights to investigate — and point to improvements in — the social determinants of health SDH , and health equity. Community Beyond Rhetoric The idea that communities are at the core of health development is part of the official health sector gospel. PB generally involves several basic steps: Community members identify spending priorities and select budget delegates.
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Moving Forward - Connected Calls made by Carey and Friel 1 for public administration, and our team for political theory 2 , 27 are important in shaping scholarship and a degree of ivory tower activism to deal with SDH, and health equity. Ethical issues Not applicable. Competing interests Author declares that she has no competing interests. Notes Citation: de Leeuw E. References 1.
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