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Community Participation and Primary Health Care in India
Community Participation and Primary Health Care in India
Community participation and decentralization within the public health sector are the key elements of the Health Care Reform 2002 in India. Focus of research is the implementation of health policy in rural areas of Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal and Maharashtra. Status of participation in the selected districts, status of decentralization in the public health system and prerequisites for successful participation are examined to predict outcomes of the Health Care Reform on quality of health care.
Participation, Health, India, Public Health System, Decentralization
Welschhoff, Anja
2007
English
Universitätsbibliothek der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Welschhoff, Anja (2007): Community Participation and Primary Health Care in India. Dissertation, LMU München: Faculty of Geosciences
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Community participation and decentralization within the public health sector are the key elements of the Health Care Reform 2002 in India. Focus of research is the implementation of health policy in rural areas of Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal and Maharashtra. Status of participation in the selected districts, status of decentralization in the public health system and prerequisites for successful participation are examined to predict outcomes of the Health Care Reform on quality of health care.