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The Globalization of Health

Cell phones, video cameras, and other technologies are changing the way we live today. It is difficult to avoid the stories and images of poverty, human rights abuses, disasters, diseases, and other tragedies that plague people in rich and poor countries alike.

It is not just communications technology that is making the world a "smaller" place. Globalization is also exerting a powerful effect on the conditions in which people live and work, (i.e., the social determinants of health) and, thus, on health itself.

To prepare for this Discussion, review your Learning Resources. Search online for current stories/events related to population health.

1.post a brief summary on the effects of globalization on health in Russia.
2. Discuss one change in quality of life in post-transition Russia.
3. Also, explain one change in mortality in post-transition Russia. Provide examples for both. Expand on your insights utilizing the Learning Resources.

Use APA formatting for your Discussion and to cite your resources.

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1.post a brief summary on the effects of globalization on health in Russia.

In reference to Russia, the country has not benefitted on par with countries such as China and Taiwan from globalization as the country has experienced gross inequality and a lack of health improvements during the last 25 years of globalization. There was actual stagnation as well as regression and this was sharply different than other Asian countries during this period because of the different social structures and governance deployed by Asian nations. Russia witnessed a lack of significant gains in regard to infant ...

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Globalization of healthcare is examined. Communication technology making the world a "smaller" place is determined.