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Note: This report has undergone an external review process. Simpson, whose patience and expertise has ensured that our work integrates with the broader goals of the Commission. we thank you for championing the recognition of the importance of the social determinants of health and for committing to moving this work from knowledge to action. We would like to(More)
To improve population health, one must put emphasis on reducing health inequities and enhancing health protection and disease prevention, and early diagnosis and treatment of diseases by tackling the determinants of health at the downstream, midstream, and upstream levels. There is strong theoretical and empirical evidence for the association between strong(More)
Simpson, whose patience and expertise has ensured that our work integrates with the broader goals of the Commission. we thank you for championing the recognition of the importance of the social determinants of health and for committing to moving this work from knowledge to action. We would like to acknowledge the input we received from experts such as Alan(More)
This work was made possible through funding provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the institutions where the writers were employed and undertaken as work for the Knowledge Network on Urban Settings (KNUS), established as part of the WHO Commission on the Social Determinants of Health. The views presented in this work/publication/report are(More)
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