Oxford University Press - Universal Health Coverage

5 April, 2019

[Forwarded from Oxford University Press]


Universal health coverage is the access to quality health services when and where they are needed, without financial hardship, for all people.

However, at least half the world's population are unable to access essential health services, making universal health coverage a pressing public health issue.

To help drive conversation about universal health coverage, this collation of papers highlights key research from a range of Oxford University Press Journals.



One of the selcted papers is by HIFA Steering Group member and former WHO Director, Najeeb Al-Shorbaji:

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