Author Archives: Globalization and Health

Achieving optimal cancer outcomes in East Africa through multidisciplinary partnership: a case…

Strategic, interdisciplinary partnerships are essential to addressing the complex drivers of health inequities that result in survival disparities worldwide.

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Global health partnerships: building multi-national collaborations to achieve lasting…

In response to health care challenges worldwide, extensive funding has been channeled to the world’s most vulnerable health systems.

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Discourse, ideas and power in global health policy networks: political attention for maternal…

Maternal and child health issues have gained global political attention and resources in the past 10 years, due in part to their prominence on the Millennium Development Goal agenda and the use of evidence-bas…

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From local to global: a qualitative review of the multi-leveled impact of a multi-country…

There is a substantial body of literature on the principles of good partnerships and the rationale for such partnerships in research capacity strengthening.

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Analysis of the corporate political activity of major food industry actors in Fiji

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading cause of mortality in Fiji, a middle-income country in the Pacific.

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The use of technology enhanced learning in health research capacity development: lessons from a…

With the recognition of the need for research capacity strengthening for advancing health and development, this research capacity article explores the use of technology enhanced learning in the delivery of a c…

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Developing a framework for successful research partnerships in global health

The Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin has as one of its goals, strengthening health systems in developing countries.

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The Capabilities Approach: Fostering contexts for enhancing mental health and wellbeing across…

Concerted efforts have been made in recent years to achieve equity and equality in mental health for all people across the globe.

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Partnerships in global health and collaborative governance: lessons learnt from the Division of…

In 2007 the “Crisp Report” on international partnerships increased interest in Northern countries on the way their links with Southern partners operated.

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Coalicion de Salud Comunitaria (COSACO): using a Healthy Community Partnership framework to…

There is growing concern that short-term experiences in global health experiences (STEGH), undertaken by healthcare providers, trainees, and volunteers from high income countries in lower and middle income cou…

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The Pan-University Network for Global Health: framework for collaboration and review of global…

In the current United Nations efforts to plan for post 2015-Millennium Development Goals, global partnership to address non-communicable diseases (NCDs) has become a critical goal to effectively respond to the…

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Protecting health workers from infectious disease transmission: an exploration of a…

Health workers are at high risk of acquiring infectious diseases at work, especially in low and middle-income countries (LMIC) with critical health human resource deficiencies and limited implementation of occ…

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The ESTHER hospital partnership initiative: a powerful levy for building capacities to combat…

Partnerships between hospitals in high income countries and low resource countries are uniquely capable of fulfilling the tripartite needs of care, training, and research required to address health care crises…

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Nottingham Trent University and Makerere University School of Public Health partnership:…

Partnerships between developed and developing country institutions are increasingly becoming important in addressing contemporary global health challenges faced by health systems.

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