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Why vaccinations are a good idea: the B.C. example

British Columbia now has the dubious distinction of having their largest measles outbreak EVER recorded in the province. There have been 320 confirmed cases of the VACCINE-PREVENTABLE disease. Seriously, in 2014, in one of the greatest countries for healthcare, and … Continue reading

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Approaches to primary health care

Here is a question from my EdX SW25x class this week – Biosocial approach to Global Health. There has been a long discussion about the strengths and weaknesses between vertical approaches and horizontal approaches. Please provide an example of each. … Continue reading

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