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International Health News Brief

A roundup of selected health policy news stories from around the world.

U.S. and Australia Join in Landmark Research Partnership

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Australia Now Free from Rubella

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Outcry Leads Ontario to Reverse Decision to Freeze Number of Overdose Prevention Sites

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Agreement Between Canada and British Columbia to Increase Access to Substance Use Disorder Treatment

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France Holds High-Level Meeting to Address Opioid Misuse

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French Patients Refusing Generic Drugs to Face Reduced Reimbursement

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Macron’s Health Reform Unveiled

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Long-Term Evaluation in Germany Shows That Family-Physician Contracts Improve Care Quality and Longevity

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World’s First Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit

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Dutch Blood Institute Attracts Young Donors by Collaborating with Gaming Company

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Dutch Ministry of Health to Set Up Phone Line to Help Individuals Experiencing Mental Health Crises

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Smile NZ Day Provides Free Dental Treatments to Low-Income Kiwis

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Norway and Denmark Sign Agreement on Joint Negotiations for Pharmaceutical Prices

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Minute Clinics Opening in Sweden

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Swedish GPs Call for Primary Care Reform

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Swiss Health Care Spending Increases; Premiums Rise by 4 Percent

The standard premiums for Swiss mandatory health insurance for adults age 18 and older will increase on average by 4.0 percent in 2018, the Swiss government announced — more than the 3.7 percent per year seen over the past 10 years. Premiums for children and for young adults ages 19–25 years will increase even more, by 5.0 percent and 4.4 percent, respectively.

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Swiss Health Survey Reveals 10-Year Trend in Population Health

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Older U.K. Adults in Poor Health More Likely to Experience Loneliness

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U.K. Appoints Minister for Suicide Prevention to Address Mental Health Concerns

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Editorial Team and Country Correspondents for 2019, No. 2

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