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Question 11 / 1 ptsIn “The Changing Global Context of Public Health” (McMichael & Beaglehole, 2000) article, the authors conclude that the public health in the future should (Choose one):integrate ideas across scientific disciplines.narrow the focus to a few, manageable issues.address the poorest populations with the most need.address the global climate change issue first.
Question 21 / 1 ptsIn “The Changing Global Context of Public Health” (McMichael & Beaglehole, 2000) article, the authors state that there are two fundamental dimensions to the task of promoting public health. What are they? (Choose one):
Question 31 / 1 ptsAccording to “The Changing Global Context of Public Health” (McMichael & Beaglehole, 2000) article, advancements in medicine and diplomacy have stabilized the amount of environmental and political refugees since 1980. True or False? (Choose one):
Question 41 / 1 ptsAccording to “The Changing Global Context of Public Health” (McMichael & Beaglehole, 2000) article, in what ways does global climate change affect public health? (Choose all that apply):
Question 51 / 1 ptsIn “The Changing Global Context of Public Health” (McMichael & Beaglehole, 2000) article, the authors point out several aspects of globalization. What do the authors identify as the two core components of globalization? (Choose one):economic globalizations and deregulated investment and trade marketstechnological globalization and cultural globalizationethical and judicial standards and biodiversityWesternization and global communication networking

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