Every year, both BMC-series Section Editors and Editors of our society and proprietary titles are nominated by BioMed Central staff for an award that… Read more »
Latest posts by Natasha Salaria (see all)
- Our Editor of the year: José Belizán from Reproductive Health - 1st June 2016
- Open Access in Iran: an Editor Q+A with Masoud Arzaghi - 8th January 2016
- Open Access in Iran: an Editor Q+A with Simin Nasseri - 9th December 2015
Read below for more from the Deputy Editor of Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders about the rise of open access publishing in Iran. This is part of a… Read more »
Read more from the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Environmental Health Science & Engineering about open access in Iran, and his aims for the journal.
Read more from the Editor-in-Chief of DARU Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences about the rise of open access publishing in Iran.
Welcome to the start of World Breastfeeding Week! The International Breastfeeding Journal supports the 2015 World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA)… Read more »
Health workforce strengthening in fragile and conflict-affected states – a Twitter chat with Conflict and Health #HSRFCAS
The open access journal, Conflict and Health, hosted a Twitter chat to highlight the recently published series: 'Filling the void: Health systems in fragile and… Read more »
Join our #HSRFCAS Twitter chat! Health workforce strengthening in fragile and conflict-affected states
The series of articles “Filling the void: Health systems in fragile and conflict-affected states” was launched in the journal Conflict and Health in… Read more »
The first IVF baby, Louise Brown, was born on July 25th 1978 at the Oldham General Hospital in Manchester, UK. This technique – in vitro fertilization –… Read more »
This year 15 million babies will be born prematurely, with 1 million a year – or 3000 a day – dying as a result of premature birth. And for the… Read more »
Today is World Contraception Day, a worldwide campaign with a mission to improve awareness, knowledge and understanding of contraception so that a world exists… Read more »