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A. General
[1. Public Health vs Medicine]


[2. Resource Allocation: Vertical vs Horizontal]
  • Vertical
    • Adv
      • Focused
      • Easier to raise funds (if disease sexy)
      • Monitor, evaluate
      • Quicker returns
      • May also strengthen existing systems
    • Disadv
      • internal brain drain of vertical programs
      • Distortions & disruptions (of country priorities)
      • Duplications, parallel inefficiencies
      • Fragmentation of system
      • What happens when money dries up?
  • Horizontal
    • Adv
      • tackle many issues at same time
      • root causes
      • longer term benefits (sustainable, capacity building)
      • may be more efficient
    • Disadv
      • difficult to see effect and monitor results
      • corruption, leakage
      • effort may become unfocused & unmanageable

  • fictitious dichotomy….most programs incorporate both. Depends on capacity of government. Absorptive capacity.




[3. Family Planning Politics]
[4. MDGs]
[5. Africa/Development/Money]
[6. AIDS]

B. Economics
[1. Development]
[2. Inequality]
[3. Definition of Development]
[4. Market Failure]

C. Demography
[1. Demographic Transition]
[2. Population Growth]
[3. Historical Decline in Mortality]
[4. Fertility/Family Planning]
[5. African Fertility Decline]
[6. Below-Replacement Level and Aging (Immigration/Social Security)]
[7. Population Data]

D. Measuring Population Health/Health Risk Factor
[0. DALY/QALY]
[1. Population Health: Rose(1985)]
[2. Determinants of Health]
[3. Epidemiologic Transition]
[4. Risk Factor Analysis]

E. Politics
[1. Political Analysis]
[2. Health System]

F. Ethics
[1. Inequality/Inequity]
[2. Maximization vs Fair Distribution]
[3. Individual vs Social Responsibility]
[4. Priority on Health Worker]