2. Modern Public Health Practice

The twentieth century medical education was heavily influenced by the Flexner Report, which contains critical instructive values devoted to cellular support for pathologic processes and limited elucidation of public health decisions. In looking at the foremost common territorial diseases of the 21st century, the increase in health inequalities, and significant changes in the U.S.
Health care framework, it is critical to look at wellbeing and illness in a broader public health environment rather than centering on the medical show unity. Public health is defined as the science and technology of avoiding life-threatening illnesses and moving forward the quality of life through organized endeavors and educated choices of communities, organizations (public and private sectors and people. Thus, according to the World Health Organization), health is an organization just the absence of illness or weakness.

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