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Inequities in the global representation of sites participating in large, multicentre dialysis trials: a systematic review
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THET Nov 3
Interesting read - Dainius Pūras: Empowering is only way to achieve : 'Medical education needs a drastic overhaul if we are serious about meeting the 2030 to achieve and .'
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Dr Ed Fitzgerald Nov 4
(2/2) Also accompanying our new paper is a humbling blog by from sharing his personal experiences of from Kinshasa, DRC 🇨🇩 👉
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Dr Rageshri Nov 10
In this piece, editor considers imbalances in scientific authorship with these 3 questions: 1)What if the foreign gaze is necessary? 2)What if the foreign gaze is inconsequential? 3)What if the foreign gaze is corrupting?
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Oyeronke Oyebanji Nov 13
It is possible to go on and on about sensational media reporting of disease outbreaks and other public health issues. The media definitely needs to do better, and ensure journalists reporting health issues are better trained
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BMJ Global Health Nov 13
Healthcare malpractice and continuing HIV outbreaks in Pakistan
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BMJ Global Health Nov 13
We will receive our first impact factor in 2020. Thank you to all peer reviewers, authors and readers who have contributed towards the journal's success over the past 3 years.💖
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MSF Science Nov 12
Measuring progress towards universal health coverage: national & subnational analysis in Ethiopia, research in :
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Hannah Meredith Nov 12
Excited to see our recent study highlighting different systemic insecticides and comparing their abilities to bolster strategies in .
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Nepal Biobanking Initiative (NBI) Nov 12
Understanding the drivers of antimicrobial resistance in low-income and middle-income countries. Link, Congratulations for recent editorial in
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NCDC Nov 12
In 2017, experienced a re-emergence of Our latest publication in describes the lay media reporting of monkeypox in Nigeria. The publication addresses the critical importance of risk communications
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Christian Kraef Nov 12
Why should comprehensive be a success this time - after Astana? What is different to 1978 when Alma-Ata was passed? Find out more in our analysis published in today ->
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Vivianne Ihekweazu Nov 13
Despite efforts of ,media outlets continue to take the path of least resistance. Report first and check details later 🤨 is an ongoing process
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BMJ Global Health Nov 13
The burden of anaemia among displaced women and children in refugee settings worldwide, 2013–2016
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BMJ Global Health Nov 12
Optimising systemic insecticide use to improve malaria control
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BMJ Global Health Nov 12
Geospatial assessment of the voluntary medical male circumcision programme in Tanzania, 2011–2016
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Curatio Foundation Nov 9
Learn more about the state of in Ethiopia and the importance of investing in - - Find out more about the history of PHC in Georgia -
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GRB (Giri) Nov 10
“Some of the concerns (e.g. editorial board diversity) can be addressed quickly. Indeed, some journals (e.g. ) have already pledged to achieve parity in gender representation of LMIC expertise. I hope other journals will follow suit.”
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Soumyadeep Bhaumik Nov 10
Our research in being discussed in magazine on what needs to change in global health
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Abraar Karan MD, MPH Nov 11
research has not shed the colonialist history that plagues the rest of the field- summarizes some of the research recently coming out of proving this. These issues run deep. Authorship inequity is but a symptom.
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