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    Healthy Cities & and the Role of the Public Health Inspector

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    Based on an article in regards to the role of the Public Health Inspector and Healthy Cities - Healthy Cities is a concept created by WHO to create a healthy city in a social lens, not medical. The starting point of the Healthy Cities is healthy, its underlying approach has always been based on a model of good urban governance, which includes broad political commitment, intersect oral planning, city wide partnerships, community participation and monitoring and evaluation.

    Can an OTA aide in what their opinion is on what the role of the PHI should be in creating Healthy Cities? Please see the following link to WHO, to explain what a healthy city is:


    Appreciate any help you can offer. Thank you.

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    Based on the notion of Healthy City proposed by WHO, this solution discusses the role of the Public Health Inspector (PHI) in creating Healthy Cities.