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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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…
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…
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…
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…
Partnerships between developed and developing country institutions are increasingly becoming important in addressing contemporary global health challenges faced by health systems.
Over the past year, two major policy initiatives have been introduced focusing on stimulating antibiotic development for human consumption.
Capacity building partnerships between healthcare institutions have the potential to benefit both partners particularly in staff development.
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care is a neglected specialty in low-income countries.
Founded in 2005, Globalization and Health was the first open access global health journal.
As is common in developing countries, in Ethiopia young people with disabilities (YPWD) are more likely than the general population to be illiterate, unemployed and impoverished.
Because of the shortage of health professionals, particularly in specialty areas, Rwanda initiated the Human Resources for Health (HRH) Program.
Read original article: Erratum to: A rapid evidence review on the effectiveness of institutional health partnerships
Zimbabwe is the largest tobacco producer in Africa.