Author Archives: Globalization and Health

Disentangling the effects of a multiple behaviour change intervention for diarrhoea control in…

Diarrhoea is a leading cause of child death in Zambia.

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A scoping review of mentorship of health personnel to improve the quality of health care in low…

Most Low and Middle-Income Countries are facing a crisis in human resources for health which compromises their ability to meet health related targets outlined by the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Global collaborative healthcare: assessing the resource requirements at a leading Academic…

Academic Medical Centers (“AMCs”) have served as a hub of the United States (“US”) health system and represented the state-of-the art in American health care for well over a century.

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Refugees, asylum-seekers and undocumented migrants and the experience of parenthood: a…

To synthesize the recent qualitative literature and identify the integrative themes describing the parenthood experiences of refugees, asylum-seekers and undocumented migrants.

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Maternal health research outputs and gaps in Latin America: reflections from the mapping study

As part of the MASCOT/WOTRO multinational team conducting the maternal health literature mapping, four Latin American researchers were particularly interested in analysing information specific to their region….

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Access to medicines and hepatitis C in Africa: can tiered pricing and voluntary licencing…

The recent introduction of Direct Acting Antivirals (DAAs) for treating Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) can significantly assist in the world reaching the international target of elimination by 2030.

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The experiences of caregivers of children living with HIV and AIDS in Uganda: a qualitative…

Home-based care for HIV patients is popular in contexts severely affected by the epidemic and exacts a heavy toll on caregivers.

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Learning from returnee Ethiopian migrant domestic workers: a qualitative assessment to reduce…

International migration has become a global political priority, with growing concern about the scale of human trafficking, hazardous work conditions, and resulting psychological and physical morbidity among mi…

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Unifying a fragmented effort: a qualitative framework for improving international surgical…

Access to adequate surgical care is limited globally, particularly in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).

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Implementation framework for chronic disease intervention effectiveness in Māori and other…

About 40% of all health burden in New Zealand is due to cancer, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes/obesity.

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A realist synthesis of cross-border patient movement from low and middle income countries to…

Patient travel across borders to access healthcare is becoming increasingly common and widespread.

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Associations between bride price stress and intimate partner violence amongst pregnant women in…

Reducing violence against women is a global public health priority, particularly in low-income and conflict-affected societies.

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A study on satisfaction with publicly financed health services in China

With implementation of Chinese universal healthcare, the performance of urban and rural residents’ healthcare and the degree of satisfaction with publicly financed health services have become a hot issue in as…

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Association of experienced and evaluative well-being with health in nine countries with…

It is important to know whether the relationships between experienced and evaluative well-being and health are consistent across countries with different income levels.

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