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Cuba has one of the best healthcare systems in the world but it pays doctors €46 a month
Skip to content Skip to search. Whiteford and Laurence G. Whiteford, Linda M. Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 5 of 5. Author Whiteford, Linda M. Other Authors Branch, Laurence G. Subjects Primary Health Care -- methods -- Cuba.
Health Care Reform -- methods -- Cuba. Primary health care -- Cuba. Community health services -- Cuba.
Health care reform -- Cuba. Summary "Primary Health Care in Cuba examines the highly successful system of primary health care following the Cuban Revolution. This model, developed during a time of dramatic social and political change, created a preventive care system to better provide equity access to health care.
Fergal Browne explores the two sides of the Revolution’s biggest talking point.
In this book, Linda M. Branch take a close look at this model in historical perspective and with an eye toward the lessons that can be applied to all health care systems that seek to emphasize prevention and an equitable distribution of services. Contents The Cuban health care revolution An overview of the Cuban primary health care model between and Alma-Ata and the concept of primary health care The Cuban primary health care model for child and maternal care The Cuban experience with controlling infectious and communicable diseases through primary health care Primary health care and chronic diseases in Cuba Recasting the "public" in public health : assessing the Cuban experience Lessons learned from Cuba's primary health care model.
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