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  • Understanding China s growing involvement in global health and managing processes of change #MMPMID32357894
  • Husain L; Bloom G
  • Global Health 2020[May]; 16 (1): 39 PMID32357894show ga
  • BACKGROUND: Recent years have seen a rapid change in China's global engagement and a recognition that solving global challenges will need to take the changing role of China into account. The paper discusses China's growing involvement in global health. Health is an area where there is broad agreement over global priorities and, potentially, a fertile space to build new forms of collaboration that point the way towards the adaptation of global governance to a rapidly changing context. RESULTS: Drawing on previous analyses of China's management of change in its domestic health reforms and interviews with a range of stakeholders in China, the UK and Switzerland, the paper argues that China's engagement in global health is developing and diversifying rapidly in response to the central government's desire to see a greater role for China in global health. This diversification is part of a pattern of change management familiar from China's domestic reform experience. Explorations underway by a range of Chinese agencies form part of a process of rapid experimentation and experiential learning that are informing China's search for (a) new global role(s). CONCLUSIONS: China is undergoing rapid institutional innovation and developing capacity for greater global engagement, including in health; however, substantial, recent leadership commitments make clear Chinese agencies' need for continued exploration, innovation and rapid learning. How China engages globally is of significance to the world, not just China. The challenge for China, other global actors and multilateral organisations is to incorporate new approaches into existing global governance arrangements, including for the management of global health. This will require a willingness on all sides to learn from each other and invest the effort needed to build governance arrangements appropriate for the coming decades. This is not only important as a means of protecting global public health, but also as a demonstration of how governance arrangements can be adapted to the needs of a pluralistic global order in a context of rapid change.
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