Author Archives: James Hudspeth

Publish in Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation

We invite readers and contributors to Global Health Hub to consider publishing global health-themed papers in Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation. We’re Read More

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Social Medicine Workshop Oppotunity

http://www.socialmedicineconsortium.org/radcliffe-institute The Radliffe Institute and the Social Medicine Consortium are running a workshop in 2/2017 focused on building a series of cases in social medicine. Read More

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“Africa, With U.S. Help, Graduates More Doctors” @NYTimes

I’m happy to see the work of the Medical Education Partnership Initiative making into the mainstream media, as a series of articles on their 4-year work is Read More

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Let Them Eat Cash – NYTimes.com

Let Them Eat Cash – NYTimes.com A nice editorial from Chris Blattman building off of arguments he also made within Foreign Affairs about the utility Read More

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Why Giving Cash Is the Best Form of Aid

Christopher Blattman and Paul Niehaus | Why Giving Cash Is the Best Form of Aid | Foreign Affairs. A nice piece from Blattman and Niehaus Read More

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Fistula care in Niger – blog post on anthro dissertation

Sai Hankuri » dissertating, diversions, and data. Fascinating early data from Ali Heller (doctoral candidate in anthropology @ Washington University in St Louis) on the Read More

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Panel’s Warning on Climate Risk: Worst Is Yet to Come – NYTimes.com

A looming concern for all of us in global health, particularly in terms of the disparities between the countries impacted and the countries whose emissions Read More

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Globalization & Health | Global health experiences of U.S. Physicians: survey of researchers & policy leaders

Globalization and Health | Full text | Global health experiences of U.S. Physicians: a mixed methods survey of clinician-researchers and health policy leaders This March Read More

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Who’s Afraid of Peer Review?

Who’s Afraid of Peer Review? An important piece of journalism by Science, that demonstrated that a large number of open access journals (ie, free to Read More

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The New Transparency in Aid Evaluation: The Millennium Villages Debacle Is a Good Sign of What We’re Learning | Center For Global Development

The New Transparency in Aid Evaluation: The Millennium Villages Debacle Is a Good Sign of What We’re Learning | Center For Global Development.   A Read More

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World Bank, Rooted in Bureaucracy, Proposes a Sweeping Reorganization – NYTimes.com

World Bank, Rooted in Bureaucracy, Proposes a Sweeping Reorganization – NYTimes.com. Already been a decade of changing style (in my opinion, for the better) for Read More

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The Race to Improve Global Health – NYTimes.com

The Race to Improve Global Health – NYTimes.com.   Good, as ever, to see global health getting editorial time in prominent newspapers.

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JAMA Network | JAMA | Brief Travel to Subtropical Areas Imports Flu, Researchers Say

JAMA Network | JAMA | Brief Travel to Subtropical Areas Imports Flu, Researchers Say. Interesting new data on how flu spreads; as ever, a good Read More

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Income Inequality Over Time

For my inaugural post I thought I’d put up an article that I was reading recently by Branko Milanovic of the World Bank. He expands Read More

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