Public Health & Family Medicine

Description :

Public Health medicine is regarding rising and protecting the health of the population, instead of treating individual patients. Public Health medicine reaches on the far side the standard boundaries of the health care system. The biggest distinction between public health and medication is that public health deals with health from the angle of populations, whereas drugs deals with health from the angle of people. In medicine, the patient is the individual person. In public health, the patient is the entire body.

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Related Associations:

The Mental Health Network Switzerland, The Swiss Health Care System, German Public Health Association, German Association for Health Sciences and Public Health, The International Association of National Public Health, The Association of Public Health Postgraduates Germany, UK Public Health Association