this word is typically used in an economic context
the presence of diseases carries or vectored in a particular location via contaminated water, insects, pollution, or climatic factors that cause food shortages or famine
The presence of instability or conflict or, at worst, armed conflict and civil war
The nature of the economy and its relationship to the global economic system, and the effect of this context on social factors, which in turn affect health conditions and system capacity
as countries develop in broad socio economic terms , life expectancy increases and the pattern of morbidity and mortality shifts from being mainly associated with infectious disease to lifestyle related conditions
international organizations that focus on health issues in a particular region
effort for change needs to come from within a community
advocacy and mobilization approaches
systems of knowledge and practice that tie together culturally shared ideas about what causes illness and disease
when coming from a rural or less developed country to a more developed one
an approach developed primarily in the global health context
the state of keeping or being kept secret or private
allow IDUs t exchange their used needles/syringes equipment for clean equipment
administering drugs such that metigate the addictive craving without most of the negative consequenses
organizing porcesses and structures through which individuals generate behavior over time, including behavior that has implications for health or that is intentionally health related
the things, bahaviors, and so on that make for high status
"being a man" or "being a women"
construct that guides behavior
a traditional hero- song form in Mexico
the ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses
a settled way of thinking or feeling about someone or something, typically one that is reflecred in a persons behavior
lifestyle activity that places a person at increased risk of suffering a particular condition illness or injury
reduces the likelihood of problem behavior
an organized group of criminals
sexually transmitted infections
all the inhabitants of a particular town, area, or country
covert information or instruction into a particular fom
analyze and interpret
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