Students should by now appreciate that there is a relationship between socio-economic status and levels of health. One country that bucks the trend however is Cuba. Students could be set an independent research task to investigate how Cuba bucks the trend and reasons for this.
Good sources of information are here:
Discover More Cuba's Health Care System
Discover More World's Health Organization Statistics
Discover More Cuba's Medical Magicians
Inequalities in provision and access
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