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Our Malady: Lessons in Liberty and Solidarity

Timothy Snyder

Translated into Persian by Ali Kazemiyan

Published by Soroosh-e Mowlana Publication, 2022

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About the Book

“People’s health is the ultimate goal of the health system.”

This seemingly self-evident sentence is the starting point for an in-depth discussion about what we expect from the health care system. It is based on this statement that the health level of people can be considered as a key indicator for judging the success of health systems. For instance, if we intend to analyze the health system reform program in a country, we must first and foremost focus on whether that program has improved the health of the people or not; or if we want to choose a benchmark for comparing the health systems of countries, we must first compare the health indicators, such as the average life expectancy or the quality of life of the people. Indeed the health service system also pursues other important goals; goals such as supporting people against the grinding costs of health services, the level of people’s access to high-quality services, and the efficiency of the health service system, which can be calculated with objective and well-known indicators.

About the Author

Timothy Snyder is a professor of history at Yale University and the author of fifteen books, acclaimed by the critics; from among which “The Road to Freedom” and “About Coercion”, were best sellers at the international level.

His previous books, “Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning”, was nominated for the Samuel Johnson Award and won the Dutch Auschwitz Committee Award; and “Bloodlands”, won the Hannah Ardent Award, the Leipzig Book Award for European Understanding, the Ralph Waldo Emerson Humanities Award, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award for Literature.

Snyder lives in New Haven, Connecticut.


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