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Are healthful behavior change policies ever unethical?
Are healthful behavior change policies ever unethical?
Public health experts often assume that any policy promoting healthful behavior change is inherently and self-evidently et...
The economic imperatives for technology enabled wellness centered healthcare
The economic imperatives for technology enabled wellness centered healthcare
A 2020 World Health Organization report underscored the impact of rising healthcare spending globally and questioned the l...
Dynamic mapping of cholera outbreak during the Yemeni Civil War, 2016–2019
Dynamic mapping of cholera outbreak during the Yemeni Civil War, 2016–2019
Widespread destruction from the Yemeni Civil War (2014–present) triggered the world’s largest cholera outbreak...
Bridging global health actors and agendas: the role of national public health institutes
Bridging global health actors and agendas: the role of national public health institutes
Global health crises require coordination and collaboration among actors and global health agendas including health securi...
COVID-19 lockdown implementation in Ghana: lessons learned and hurdles to overcome
COVID-19 lockdown implementation in Ghana: lessons learned and hurdles to overcome
COVID-19 exacts huge health and economic burdens on the global economy. To minimize spread of the virus, most governments ...
Climate crisis, health equity, and democratic governance: the need to act together
Climate crisis, health equity, and democratic governance: the need to act together
On Friday, 20 September 2019, over 4 million people worldwide participated in the youth-led Global Climate Strike. Emphasi...
Disease modeling for public health: added value, challenges, and institutional constraints
Disease modeling for public health: added value, challenges, and institutional constraints
Public health policymakers face increasingly complex questions and decisions and need to deal with an increasing quantity ...
Thanks to reviewers and to the two editors emeriti
Thanks to reviewers and to the two editors emeriti
In 2019, we received 465 submissions from more than 43 countries, with more than ten submissions from the United States of...
Toward universal human papillomavirus vaccination for adolescent girls in Hong Kong: a policy analysis
Toward universal human papillomavirus vaccination for adolescent girls in Hong Kong: a policy analysis
Studies have assessed early population-level impact of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programs for preventing cerv...
The traps of calling the public health response to COVID-19 “an unexpected war against an invisible enemy”
The traps of calling the public health response to COVID-19 “an unexpected war against an invisible enemy”
The theory of miasmas popular in the 1800s accepted the notion that a poisonous vapor or mist made up of particles from de...
COVID-19 screening center models in South Korea
COVID-19 screening center models in South Korea
In a recent report, the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) introduced South Korea’s measures to manage COVID-19 as r...
Estimating of the costs of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses in agricultural works in Thailand
Estimating of the costs of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses in agricultural works in Thailand
Thailand lacks occupational injury and illness (OII) surveillance for its agricultural sector, a sector that comprises 34%...
Balancing public health and civil liberties in times of pandemic
Balancing public health and civil liberties in times of pandemic
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic constitutes not only a danger for public health, but may also threaten civil liberties. Look...
Timeliness of childhood vaccinations in the Philippines
Timeliness of childhood vaccinations in the Philippines
Timeliness of vaccinations is rarely part of monitoring in a routine immunization program. We reviewed infant immunization...
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: the race to trace: contact tracing scale-up in San Francisco—early lessons learned
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: the race to trace: contact tracing scale-up in San Francisco—early lessons learned
In order to effectively control spread of coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), it is essential that jurisdictions have the capacit...
Men’s Sheds in Scotland: the potential for improving the health of men
Men’s Sheds in Scotland: the potential for improving the health of men
Recent policy focus is on the ‘non-obvious’ role of community-based organisations in tackling causes of poor h...
From “learning from the field” to jointly driving change
From “learning from the field” to jointly driving change
The theme of the 8th edition of the Geneva Health Forum (GHF) was Improving access to health: learning from the field. Whi...
Telemedicine during COVID-19 in India—a new policy and its challenges
Telemedicine during COVID-19 in India—a new policy and its challenges
During the COVID-19 pandemic, a countrywide lockdown of nearly twelve weeks in India reduced access to regular healthcare ...
The disinformation playbook: how industry manipulates the science-policy process—and how to restore scientific integrity
The disinformation playbook: how industry manipulates the science-policy process—and how to restore scientific integrity
For decades, corporate undermining of scientific consensus has eroded the scientific process worldwide. Guardrails for pro...
Implementation of a non-communicable disease clinic in rural Sierra Leone: early experiences and lessons learned
Implementation of a non-communicable disease clinic in rural Sierra Leone: early experiences and lessons learned
This study is an evaluation of the first cohort of patients enrolled in an outpatient non-communicable disease clinic in K...
Clinicians as advocates amid refugee resettlement agency closures
Clinicians as advocates amid refugee resettlement agency closures
As ongoing war and violence forcibly displace people worldwide, resettlement remains a critical response to the unpreceden...