Awareness, Investment and Optimization of Public Health Management

The recent reemergence of diseases previously thought to have been eradicated, combined with cutbacks and a shortage of investment in healthcare, call for urgent optimization in the management of health systems throughout the world. It is also increasingly important to raise awareness of the need to allocate more funds to combatting some of the diseases that are currently costing millions of lives. Norman Kurtis, Vice-Dean of Behavior and Human Development at IE School of Human Sciences and Technology, discusses these topics with Public Health Specialist Consultant Mitra Feldman, who has spent the last ten years fighting malaria through different programs in Africa and Southeast Asia.

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Norman Kurtis

Norman Kurtis

Vice-Dean of Behavior and Human Development at IE School of Human Sciences and Technology

Mitra Feldman

Public Health Specialist Consultant

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