Globalization and Health establishes an affiliation with the London School of Economics

Globalization
and Health

recently established an affiliation with the
London School of Economics
(LSE), with Emma Pitchforth, Senior
Research Fellow at LSE Health, joining Dr Greg Martin as co-Editor-in-Chief of the journal.

Elias
Mossialos, Director of LSE Health and member of the journal’s
Editorial Board, explained that Globalization & Health was an
ideal match for the Centre’s mission:

"The
mission of LSE Health is to advance and transmit knowledge and
understanding through the conduct of research, teaching and scholarship at the
highest international standards, for the benefit of the international and
national health policy community. A PubMed indexed, open access
journal provides the right forum to communicate our research and
ideas to the international health policy community.

In addition to the appointment of Emma Pitchforth as co-Editor-in-Chief, a number of new members have joined the Editorial Board
including:

  • Dr Nick
    Drager, Director, World Health Organization
  • Dr Hannah
    E.Kettler, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Prof Alan
    Whiteside, University of KwaZulu-Natal,
    Durban, SA

  • Prof Srinath
    Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India

  • Prof Michael
    Reich, Professor of International Health Policy, Harvard
    School of Public
    Health

Globalization
and Health
hopes to set an example to all other global health
journals in terms of the diverse range of perspectives represented in its
publications and its ability to interact across a kaleidoscopic array of
disciplines.

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