Cross-cutting Themes

Health as Foreign Policy and the Role of Academic Health Centers

Published in: Health as an Instrument of Foreign Policy: Challenges for Academic Centers. Proceedings of the 6th Trilateral Conference (Washington: DC: Association of Academic Health Centers, 2005), p. 53-56

Posted on RAND.org on April 01, 2004

by C. Ross Anthony, Alan Ingram, Laura M. Bogart

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The authors discuss common themes of the Association of Academic Health Centers 6th Trilateral Conference, titled Health as an Instrument of Foreign Policy: Challenges for Academic Centers. This conference was hosted by the Association of Academic Health Centers, Association of Canadian Medical Colleges, Nuffield Trust, and RAND, Washington, D. C., April 3-6, 2004.

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