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HealthJuly 29, 2021
The nexus between land use change and global pandemic
A one health approach to public health is needed to prevent future pandemics, this approach must draw upon the crucial link between the natural world and human health.
HealthJuly 21, 2021
Achieving net-zero in health service delivery
Reducing carbon emissions in health service delivery not only helps countries meet net-zero goals but also brings substantial public health benefits.

Features

HealthJuly 29, 2021
The nexus between land use change and global pandemic
A one health approach to public health is needed to prevent future pandemics, this approach must draw upon the crucial link between the natural world and human health.
Health PolicyJuly 9, 2021
The green light for a new approach
Coinciding with the latest issue of World Healthcare Journal, outgoing PPP Policy and Publications Director Dan Male offers some reflections on why this magazine is so important, and how it must be used to help make the case for a holistic approach to public health.
HealthJuly 8, 2021
A case study in effective integration: the Staten Island PPS
Collaboration, trust and community engagement will be central to successful long term reform of health and care and this is no different in the USA, writes Joesph Conte, Director of the Staten Island Performing Provider System.
HealthJune 3, 2021
The time has come for total healthcare infrastructure delivery
Professor Mike Kagioglou, Dean of Engineering at Western Sydney University in Australia, reflects upon why Covid-19 might enable the transition to major reforms of healthcare infrastructure.
HealthMay 20, 2021
Genomics data storage: what, who and how?
Several key questions must be addressed before genomic data can be harnessed to its revolutionary potential.
HealthMay 5, 2021
How do waiting times compare internationally?
The pandemic has caused unprecdented disruption to elective care across the globe, what steps are different countries taking to stem growing backlogs in care across the sector?
HealthApril 14, 2021
Women in global health
Global health is driven by women, a fact too often ignored in health and care workforce planning.
HealthJanuary 27, 2021
A silent tsunami is coming – it’s time to stem the tide of AMR
At the start of 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) outlined what it considered to be the greatest public health threats for the next decade. Among these warnings was not only a global pandemic, but antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

Partner Content

HealthJune 5, 2019
The Christie is globalising cancer education and training
Globalising opportunities for education, training and knowledge exchange is a key priority for The Christie and its partners says Professor Richard Cowan, Director of The Christie School of Oncology
HealthMay 31, 2019
The Global Digital Healthcare Revolution
WHJ’s Fabian Sutch-Daggett reports on the Clyde & Co/WHJ debate on the future of digital healthcare
HealthMay 31, 2019
Producing doctors - what Africa can learn from Asia
In Asia there has been an exponential expansion in private medical schools over the last decade, says Dr Ken Grant, Technical Director International Health Mott MacDonald

From Africa Health

HealthJune 6, 2019
The global rise of opioid abuse
Our Integrated Health Correspondent, Dan Male, investigates a challenge of international proportions.
HealthJune 5, 2019
WHO’s Jim Campbell explores the healthcare workforce crisis
As crisis looms in the healthcare workforce, with an estimated 18m workers required by 2030, WHJ Publishing Director Steve Gardner discusses the World Health Organization’s role in ensuring a sustainable health workforce with WHO Director of Workforce, Jim Campbell.
HealthJune 5, 2019
The Christie is globalising cancer education and training
Globalising opportunities for education, training and knowledge exchange is a key priority for The Christie and its partners says Professor Richard Cowan, Director of The Christie School of Oncology
HealthMay 31, 2019
The future of malaria vaccines
New malaria vaccines aim to move beyond reducing malaria disease and death to the longer-term goals of elimination and eradication, says Dr Bahijja Raimi-Abraham, Lecturer in Pharmaceutics at Kings College London, and Professor Trevor M Jones, founder member of Medicines for Malaria.
HealthMay 31, 2019
Opinionated - Simply does it
In his regular column, Opinionated, WHJ Publishing Director Steve Gardner reflects on some of the major issues facing the international healthcare sector. In this issue, are big ambitious projects possible? Or even deliverable?

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