Year 2018, Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 182 - 188 2018-12-21

İki Orta Gelirli Asya Ülkesinde (Malezya ve Bangladeş) Tıbbi ve Diş Sağlığı hizmetleri Sunumu
Provision of Health and Dental Care in Two Middle Income Asian Countries

Muhd Firdaus Che Musa [1] , Yang Rafidah Hassan [2] , Farina Rahman [3] , Fatiha Tasmin Jeenia [4]

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Bu araştırma çalışmasının amacı, iki orta gelirli ülkenin(Malezya-üst orta gelirli ve Bangladeş-alt orta gelirli) sağlık ve diş bakımı ile ilgili hizmetlere genel bir bakış sunmaktır. Malezya, Güneydoğu Asya bölgesinde üç bölge ve on üç eyaletten oluşan bir ülkedir, Başbakan'ın hükümeti anayasal bir hükümdarla birlikte yönettiği parlamenter demokrasiyi uygulamaktadır. Oysa Bangladeş, Bengal Körfezi'nin yer aldığı Güney Asya bölgesinde bulunur ve hem Cumhurbaşkanı hem de Başbakan'ı üniter meclise liderlik ettiği bir cumhuriyet ile yönetilmektedir. Her iki ülkenin de resmi dinleri İslam'dır ve çok kültürlü toplumlarda tüm inançların özgür bir şekilde yaşandığı uyumlu ve laik bir sisteme sahiptirler. Bu makale, hesap verebilirliği teşvik etmek için halk üzerinde ve politika yapıcıları üzerinde büyük etkisi olan sağlık sisteminin karşılaştırılmasını hedeflemiştir. Araştırma makalesinin ilk kısmı, her iki ülkenin sosyo-demografik profiline odaklanmış olup burada ülkeler arasında sağlık hizmetleri sistemlerinin örgütlenmesi ve yönetilmesi irdelenirken, ikinci kısımda sağlık hizmetlerinin evrensel kapsamı ile ilgili mali desteği, sağlık insan gücünü ve dağıtımını değerlendirecek ve karşılaştıracaktır. Son kısımda da tüm bu konuların topluca bir karşılaştırması yapılacaktır. 

The purpose of this research paper is to present an overview of medical and dental care in two middle income countries: Malaysia (upper middle-income) and Bangladesh (lower middle-income). Malaysia is one country located in the South-East Asian region, consist of three territories and thirteen states which practices parliamentary democracy where the Prime Minister leads the government along with a constitutional monarch. Whereas, Bangladesh is sited at South Asian region situated by the scintillating Bay of Bengal and have both the President and Prime Minister to lead its unitary parliamentary republic. Both country has Islam as their official religion, and it is predominantly a secular country where the multicultural society lives harmoniously and free to practice their belief. This paper allow comparisons of health system which employ major influence on the public and on policy makers to promote accountability. The first part of the research paper will focus on the socio-demographic profile of both countries; this including organisation and governance of health care systems across countries while the second part will appraise and compare financial support, health manpower and delivery concerning universal coverage of health services. Finally, summary of abovementioned discussed issues. 

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Primary Language en
Subjects Health Care Sciences and Services
Journal Section Research Article
Authors

Author: Muhd Firdaus Che Musa (Primary Author)
Institution: Department of Dental Public Health, International Islamic University Malaysia, Pahang, Malaysia
Country: Malaysia


Author: Yang Rafidah Hassan
Institution: Orthodontic Unit, Ministry of Health Malaysia, Sungai Petani Dental Clinic, Kedah, Malaysia
Country: Malaysia


Author: Farina Rahman
Institution: Department of Dental Public Health, Chattagram International Dental College, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Country: Bangladesh


Author: Fatiha Tasmin Jeenia
Institution: Department of Pharmacology, Chattagram International Medical College, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Country: Bangladesh


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APA Che Musa, M , Hassan, Y , Rahman, F , Jeenia, F . (2018). Provision of Health and Dental Care in Two Middle Income Asian Countries. JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGIC HEALTH RESEARCH, 2 (3), 182-188. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/bshr/issue/41403/485463
MLA Che Musa, M , Hassan, Y , Rahman, F , Jeenia, F . "Provision of Health and Dental Care in Two Middle Income Asian Countries". JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGIC HEALTH RESEARCH 2 (2018): 182-188 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/bshr/issue/41403/485463>
Chicago Che Musa, M , Hassan, Y , Rahman, F , Jeenia, F . "Provision of Health and Dental Care in Two Middle Income Asian Countries". JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGIC HEALTH RESEARCH 2 (2018): 182-188
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