Making global health care innovation work: standardization and localization

New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan (2014)
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Abstract

Global Health involves, among many things the intensified travelling of people, resources, technologies, knowledge, standards, and ideas. This book describes what happens when innovations are transferred to new settings: What work is needed to make them work, but also how they change the setting into which they are introduced.

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