This chapter sums up the key findings of this study on the impact of war on public health. The findings highlight the importance of human security as a framework for understanding global security and the role of violent conflict as a determinant of national public health levels. The chapter also explains the importance of public health as a security issue of global dimensions and discusses some significant influences in the conflict–health relationship that might suggest useful directions for future research.
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