Public health education: A report from Mosul and a plan for change

Today Iraq suffers from severe shortages of food, medicine, clean water and adequate sanitation. Malnutrition and communicable diseases are major factors in the rising morbidity and mortality rates. However, supplies and equipment are insufficient or outmoded, and public health training is outdated. The Universities have been unable to help because under-funding and isolation from their professional colleagues has limited their effectiveness.

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This page contains a single entry by Chad Fennell published on June 15, 2005 11:36 AM.

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