Objectives to cover:

  1. Introduction:
    ● Definition and scope of globalisation
    ● Its potential impact on public health
  2. Body:
    ● Historical context: The evolution of globalisation
    ● Positive impacts: Improved access to medicines, health technologies, and knowledge sharing
    ● Negative impacts: Spread of diseases, health inequities, and cultural implications
    ● Case Study: Effects of globalisation on health in a specific developing country
  3. Conclusion:
    ● Balancing the benefits and drawbacks of globalisation in health
    ● Strategies for leveraging globalisation for public health improvements

Reference: MLA Referencing style