Does the Past Have a Future? A Study About the Impact of National Health-Care Services on Traditional Medicine in Indonesia
While traditional practitioners have managed to survive the dissemination of modern health-care practices in Indonesia, how these two worlds have interacted until today is an unexplored subject.
This study evaluates the impact of the increase in healthcare services provision on the demand for traditional practitioners. The study highlights relevant policy implications and the likely effects of the availability of both modern and traditional health services on people’s well-being.
Researchers: Sara Almeida, Nucke Widowati
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