Abstract

The group discussed the idea that leaders should not be task-oriented. Instead, leadership depends on the ability to influence people and make them feel that the Public Health program is their program. [To view this article, please download the PDF.]

This session includes the following articles:

Public Health, Health Ministries, and Governments: In Juxtaposition?
Dr. (Ms.) Gillian Biscoe

Involving Communities in Public Health Practice
Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne

Choosing Interventions: The Role of Health Economics
Dr. David B. Evans

Epidemiology for Sound Public Health Policy
Prof. Klim McPherson