1 Dimensions of Global Health James Plumb MD, MPH Francis Barchi MS, MBE DFCM - September
3 Global Health - Jefferson Global Health Working Group Inventory of current activities Courses Certificate Global Health ER Global Health Fellowship
6 PROJECTS Education AIDS/HIV Nutrition Prenatal Family Planning EWB - Sanitation Malnutrition Income Generation Mushroom Project Elderly Visits Survey Continuity Meeting about the projects with the Health Group. Jen with some of the children.
10 Immigrant and Refugee Health Center for Refugee Health Karin, Iraq, Eritrea, Nepal, Cuba, Haiti 67 Languages = Philadelphia School District; 87 in Upper Darby GLOBAL Philadelphia
11 PBH Objectives COURSE DESCRIPTION Introduces students to global health as a multi-dimensional concept shaped by biological, behavioral, societal and environmental processes.
12 COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES Key public health concepts The determinants of health and risk factors for conditions of importance to global health. The burden of disease in various regions of the world The multi-directional links between health and social and economic factors. The fundamental analytical tools needed to make a critical assessment of the health status of people in various countries The key actors in global health Future challenges in global health.
13 Why Study Global Health There has been important progress in life expectancy yet. 10,000 babies die every day in the world before they are four weeks old 529,000 women a year die in childbirth More than 750,000 children die every year of measles 1.6 million people die in the world every year of TB Why should we care?
14 We Should Care Because Diseases do not respect boundaries There are ethical and justice issues Health and disease are closely linked with economic and social development Global security and freedom are dependent on health
15 Additional Reasons to Study Global Health Health disparities Link between health and development Nature of many global health concerns Need for different sectors to work together To learn about low-cost but highly effective interventions Global Philadelphia
16 America s Commitment
17 Alma-Alta: 30 years on: revolutionary, relevant, and time to revitalize Joy E Lawn, Jon Rohde, Susan Rifkin, Miriam Were, Vinod K Paul, Mickey Chopra. Lancet Vol 372 September 13, 2008
18 Definitions Health Public Health Global Health the application of the principles of public health to health problems and challenges that transcend national boundaries and to the complex array of global and local forces that affect them
19 Critical Global Health Concepts The determinants of health The importance of culture to health The global burden of disease Risk factors
20 Additional Concepts of Importance The demographic and epidemiological transitions The organization and functions of health systems Links between health and education, and health, equity, poverty, and development
21 Key Terms Developed and developing countries Classification of low-income, lower and upper middle-income, and high-income countries World Bank regions The Millennium Development Goals
22 Selected Central Messages Health, human development, labor productivity and economic development are linked There are a variety of health determinants including genetic make-up,sex, social status, income, education, knowledge of health behaviors Great progress in health in the last 50 years, but progress has been uneven and large gaps remain There are enormous disparities in health Countries can achieve high levels of health, even without high levels of income.
23 Commission on Social Determinants of Health Key Themes
24 WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health Closing the gap in a generation Health equity through action on the social determinants of health Reducing health inequities is, for the Commission, an ethical imperative. Social injustice is killing people on a grand scale
25 WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health Three overarching recommendations Improve daily living conditions Tackle the inequitable distribution of power, money and resources Measure and understand the problem and assess the impact of action
30 The Global Burden of Disease Causes of death for low- and middle-income countries: - Non-communicable diseases (54 %) - Communicable diseases (36%) - Injuries (10 %) Causes of death for high-income countries: - Non-communicable diseases (87%) - Injuries (7.5 %) - Communicable diseases (5.7%)
31 Deaths and Disease within Countries Vary By Gender Ethnicity Socioeconomic Status
33 Key Megatrends in the 20 th Century Overall life expectancy has increased. The global fertility rate is at replacement level. For the first time, urban populations exceed rural populations. Socioeconomic and health disparities between nations and within nations has increased.
36 Disease Burden Distribution by Select World Bank Region, Percent E. Asia/ Pacific Europe/ Central Asia Latin America/ Caribbean M. East/ N. Africa Highincome countries World Note: Numbers are rounded. Communicable, maternal, perinatal, and nutritional conditions Noncommunicable diseases Injuries Source: Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries, second edition, 2006, Table 4.1
37 Disease Burden Distribution by Select World Bank Region, Percent South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa High-income countries World 11 Note: Numbers are rounded. Communicable, maternal, perinatal, and nutritional conditions Noncommunicable diseases Injuries Source: Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries, second edition, 2006, Table 4.1
38 Changing Trends in GBD Historically, as nations developed, the root causes of their disease burden changed. Perinatal Communicable diseases Malnourishment Noncommunicable diseases Mental Health Injury/Violence Pandemics Harmful trade Harmful habits
39 The Phenomenon of Mal-development First conceptualized by French sociologist Alain Touraine Failed model of development, in which old and new problems co-exist Health in developing world today is the quintessential example of maldevelopment Many developing countries now bear the triple-burden of disease.
40 The Triple Burden of GBD 1. Maternal mortality, neonatal mortality, malnutrition, diarrheal diseases, malaria, HIV, TB 2. Heart disease, Cancer, Diabetes, Obesity, Depression & Mental Illness, Injury and Violence 3. Tobacco sales and consumption, bad food choices, global pandemics
41 Changing Trends in GBD Historically, as nations developed, the root causes of their disease burden changed. Perinatal Communicable diseases Malnourishment Noncommunicable diseases Mental Health Injury/Violence Pandemics Harmful trade Harmful habits
42 The Triple Burden of Disease Perinatal Communicable diseases Malnourishment Noncommunicable diseases Mental Health Injury/Violence Pandemics Harmful trade Harmful habits
43 Millennium Development Goals Adopted by the United Nations in 2000 as attainable targets by 2015 to respond to the world s most pressing development challenges.
44 Significance of MDGs They represent the first time that national governments and international organizations acknowledged that progress in national development could be measured by gains in human well-being. They encompass a set of universal human values and rights. They create an international set of goals toward which national & international actors can aim.
45 Weaknesses of MDG goals Global benchmarks can mask regional, national and intra-national disparities. One set of goals may encourage a one-size-fitsall approach in solutions. Top-down goals may not reflect priorities of individual nations.
46 How well is the world doing? Country-level data The Gapminder (Click on Data, then Gapminder )
47 How well are your countries doing?
48 Human Development Index Emerged in the 1990s as an alternative development model A People First Development Approach based on the notion that by enlarging people s choices, enhancing human capabilities and expanding human freedoms, overall human well-being would be improved.
49 Issues and Themes in the Human Development Approach Social progress Economics Efficiency Equity Participation and freedom Sustainability Human security
50 How is the world doing? 177 countries ranked according to a set of metrics designed to capture core elements of human development.
51 Main Messages A number of factors influence health status Risk factors are central to health and to addressing health concerns Policy making needs to be data driven Cardiovascular disease is now the leading cause of death worldwide The poorest countries have a relatively larger burden from communicable diseases than from non-communicable diseases
52 Key messages There is worldwide recognition that human health is fundamentally linked to societal well-being, human rights, and national development. Traditional quantitative measures are but one element in assessing the status of human health. Measures can mask inter-group differences.
Part Burden of disease:. Broad cause composition 0 5. The age distribution of burden of disease 6. Leading causes of burden of disease 7. The disease and injury burden for women 6 8. The growing burden
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