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Survey using Incognito Standardized Patients Shows Poor Quality Care in China’s Rural Clinics
Over the past decade, China has implemented reforms designed to expand access to health care in rural areas. Little objective evidence exists, however, on the quality of that care.
The Cost of Disability in China
AbstractWe describe the degree to which household income is negatively associated with the prevalence of different types of disability (i.e.
Meeting the Health-care Needs of the Rural Elderly: The Unique Role of Village Doctors
Kimberly Singer Babiarz
Kim Singer Babiarz
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Role of Teachers in Boosting Eyeglasses Wear
Teachers are often the crucial link Overcoming children’s hesitancy to wear glasses is a major challenge in moving forward toward a national vision care plan.
In the past decade, China has rolled out a large number of reforms and invested heavily in providing care for the more than 600 million Chinese that live in rural areas and migrant communities....
Paying for Performance in the Battle Against Anemia: Pilot Study
ProblemDespite China’s rapid economic development, prevalence rates of iron deficiency anemia among children in China’s poorest rural areas range between 25% and 60% - implying more than 10 million...
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Associate Professor, Medicine (CHP/PCOR)