Shift in disease burden from communicable to non-communicable diseases: Aiming to achieve Universal Health Coverage in Nepal
Khanal, Saval, Veerman, Lennert, Hollingworth, Samantha, & Nissen, Lisa (2015) Shift in disease burden from communicable to non-communicable diseases: Aiming to achieve Universal Health Coverage in Nepal. Perspectives in Public Health, 135(4), pp. 177-178.
A major barrier to accessing healthcare services is spending, and the extended time that non-communicable diseases require treatment for means that many people around the world do not have proper access to care. Saval Khanal from Sankalpa Foundation, Nepal, Lennert Veerman and Samantha Hollingworth from the University of Queensland and Lisa Nissen from Queensland University of Technology lay out the results of their study and establish a method to forecast medicine use in Nepal.
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