Dignity and Right to Health Award: ICMDA Leadership in Christian Health and Development Initiative

  • Kaaren Mathias Emmanuel Hospital Association
  • Michael Burke School of Medicine, Western Sydney University
Keywords: rights, health, award

Abstract

Not Applicable

Author Biographies

Kaaren Mathias, Emmanuel Hospital Association

MB ChB, MPH, FNZCPHM, a public health physician and project director of Burans community mental health project and programme manager in mental health for the Emmanuel Hospital Association, India.

Michael Burke, School of Medicine, Western Sydney University

MBBS BSc MA MPH&TM, MSc (Clin Epi) PhD FRACGP FACTM FAICD, Executive Officer HealthServe Australia and Co-joint Associate Professor, Western Sydney University

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Published
2019-05-31
Section
Short Communications / Field Reports