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From (re-)framing NCDs to shaping public health policies on NCDs and communicable diseases

Abstract : A senior adviser to the Global Fund taught Richard Horton (July 22, p 346)1 some lessons that were drawn from the struggle against three communicable diseases—tuberculosis, malaria, and AIDS—that keep scourging global health. To raise funds to combat noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), one should “translate [one’s] evidence into clear and simple political (not technical) messages”, “articulate why [one] need[s] money—what exactly will [one] spend it on and what will be the results of that investment”, “break down [one’s] broad global demands into tangible country-specific needs”, and “connect [one’s] case to the big political picture—give it meaning”.
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Catherine Cavalin, Alain Lescoat. From (re-)framing NCDs to shaping public health policies on NCDs and communicable diseases. The Lancet, Elsevier, 2017, 390, pp.1830 - 1831. ⟨hal-02184164⟩



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