Public Health Policy toward Foreign Workers: Controversial Issues?

Sim Sai Tin, Viroj Wiwanitkit

Abstract


The public policy is very important in administrating the public health issue in each nation. In brief, the good policy must serve the people within the country. However, due to the present globalization, immigration of foreign workers can be expected. The public policy toward health of the foreign workers is an interesting issue. It is usually a controversial issue on serving the foreign workers, better or worse than general local population.


Keywords


Public, Health, Policy, Foreign, Worker.

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