First seminar on how do we move from selective PHC to comprehensive PHC in LMICs?
About the series
In the recent past, several countries have joined the clarion call to strengthen universal health coverage and access through the lens of comprehensive primary health care (CPHC). This series “Making Comprehensive Primary Health Care (CPHC) a Reality in Low- and Middle- Income Countries (LMICs)” describes critical aspects of CPHC – service delivery models, workforce management, public health and primary care integration, and performance measurement. We share thought-provoking insights from the results of research studies in South Asia, Eastern Mediterranean, sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America and deliberate on the context and nuance of enablers and barriers to providing CPHC in resource constraint settings.
About the first webinar
Our first virtual session under the webinar series addresses a pertinent question “How do we move from selective primary health care to comprehensive primary health care in LMICs?” showcasing global learnings on the structural barriers and enablers of CPHC in LMICs.