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Health awareness among RHTC beneficiaries at Shivanagi

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Dept. of Community Medicine, BLDE University’s Shri B M Patil Medical College, Hospital and Research center, Bijapur -586103, Karnataka, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Medical Sci., Volume 1, Issue (10), Pages 17-21, November,28 (2013)


A developing country like India’s, hurdles of development are various like burning social problems like poverty, illiteracy, ignorance, conservatism, un-employment, gender bias such social, political and cultural factors have led to a number of multifaceted and complex problems of vicious nature. Among all the developmental issues health for all is a mirage health care, health promotion has to be given a special priority .Mere existence of health services is not enough there is need to focus on utilization of available health care facility which is based on the awareness of general public and influencing socio economic and socio cultural factors like literacy ,economic condition cultural practices and gender, prevalent in community


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