Health System in Transition: China
This chapter reviews China's response to its HIV epidemic. It urges the government to initiate strong programmes of health promotion throughout China, using all the sophisticated means of communication available; promote cross-ministry cooperation with joint planning groups at each level, with an emphasis on the involvement of civil society, non-governmental organizations, and local businesses in health planning; increase the overall investment in health from its current 5.3 percent of GDP and place it mainly in training and preventive health; and improve the legislative framework and protection of vulnerable people and those most at risk for HIV infection.
China; Civil society; Cross-military cooperation; Health services; HIV epidemic; HIV infections; HIV infections – Prevention; Preventive health; Preventive health services; Training
Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Health Policy | Immune System Diseases | Public Health | Public Health Education and Promotion | Virus Diseases
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Shen, J. J.,
Health System in Transition: China. In Eduard J. Beck; Nicholas Mays; Alan W. Whiteside,