Public health is common sense.

The well-being of people as a whole is only possible when people make rational judgment practically and frequently. Thus ‘public health is a common sense‘, which is for the people, the people, and the people. Until and unless every individual makes rational judgment no system, no government and any resources can ensure people’s well-being or “state of health”.

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Health Leadership

Health challenges are currently influenced by multiple factors from access to education, development, economic opportunities, and the safety of our environment or surroundings. Therefore, there is a need for forward-thinking health leaders who can:

  • Create an inspiring vision of the future
  • Inspire, motivate and coach people to engage with the vision and its achievements effectively and efficiently.

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