How is the health care in your country?   4 comments

English: Nations with Universal health care sy...

English: Nations with Universal health care systems. Nations with some type of universal health care system. Nations attempting to obtain universal health care. Health care coverage provided by the United States war funding. Nations with no universal health care. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

1) How is the health care in your country?
2) Is the health care in your country getting better or worse?
3) Is health care in your country free for some people?
4) Which country do you think has the best health care?
5) Which is better, private or public health care?
6) Are health care workers well paid in your country?
7) Do you ever think about health care for when you are old?
8) What is health care like for old and poor people in your country?
9) What happens to people in poor countries who cannot afford health care?
10) Is your country’s health care system in need of reform?

 

 

 

1) Is health care in your country fair to everyone?
2) What are the most important health care issues in your country?
3) What are the most important health care issues in the world?
4) What do you think the health care issues of the future will be?
5) What do you know about the history of health care in your country?
6) What are the health care problems in your country?
7) What do you know about the cost of health care in your country?
8) Do you think universal health care will ever come to the world?
9) How big an issue is health care in your national elections?
10) What questions would you like to ask health care workers?

 

4 responses to “How is the health care in your country?

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