India: Traditional Medicine and Healthcare Practices

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India: Traditional Medicine and Healthcare Practices

Please visit our website for more information This program will introduce you to many of India’s healthcare systems. You will examine many of the social, economic, cultural, and legal paradigms that provide a context for healthcare service delivery in India. You will consider how policy and practice link together to either support or hinder specific health systems and how uneven access to modern healthcare may affect the sustainability of traditional systems.

Subjects

  • Public Health
  • Health Administration
  • International Health

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