Cubas committees for the defence of the revolution extended their influence into the realm of primary health care in 1980 helping to bring about change each of the committee members pictured here had responsibility for a list of health activities. As health care concerns grow in the us medical anthropologist linda m whiteford and social psychologist larry g branch present their findings on a health care anomaly from an unlikely source primary health care in cuba examines the highly successful model of primary health care in cuba following the 1959 cuban revolution this model developed during a time of dramatic social and . Primary health care in cuba examines the highly successful system of primary health care following the 1959 cuban revolution this model developed during a time of dramatic social and political change created a preventive care system to better provide equity access to health care. Includes bibliographical references p 119 130 and index the cuban health care revolution an overview of the cuban primary health care model between 1959 and 2000 alma ata and the concept of primary health care the cuban primary health care model for child and maternal care the cuban experience with controlling infectious and communicable diseases through primary health care . Primary health care in cuba the other revolution is a unique contribution to understanding the relationship between the development and provision of primary care in a socio economic and political context while the authors are careful to note that the cuban model is idiosyncratically cuban this historically grounded in depth and broad
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