Covid-19 will never go away unless wealthier nations are willing to work to secure equitable vaccine distribution across the globe.
Will the promise of data to enhance patient outcomes and help the NHS through Covid-19 recovery come true?
Covid-19 overshadows all our lives. But just because we are battling the same storm does not mean we are all in the same boat. The people likely to be most exposed to coronavirus, and to suffer most from the resulting interventions, are disproportionally those already disadvantaged in society.
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.
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.
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.
Several key questions must be addressed before genomic data can be harnessed to its revolutionary potential.
Perhaps it is time to rethink our approach to old age and the way we see elderly people in our society?