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How do people do health in Pakistan? Understanding Health Related Choices and Healthcare Navigation

Saman Nazir and Abdullah Emran
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Saman Nazir: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
Abdullah Emran: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics

No 2022:80, PIDE Knowledge Brief from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics

Abstract: Ideally, people should be able to embrace health-promoting behaviors and practices and be appropriately informed if they must make life-altering health decisions. Health-related choices that people make daily are critical for recognizing structural shortcomings, targeting particular health-promoting policy interventions, and mapping out people-centered institutional improvements. In Pakistan, along with communicable diseases that continue to represent a significant threat to public health, the burden of non-communicable diseases is also escalating. Addressing these health challenges and targeting structural improvements calls for understanding of the health culture prevailing in communities.

Pages: 5 pages
Date: 2022
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