The editorial on ‘Right time, Right place: improving access to health service through effective retention and distribution of health workers’ just published [https://www.human-resources-health.com/content/11/1/60/] is opening the thematic series, sponsored by the Health Workforce Australia [https://www.hwa.gov.au/] . This series draws from studies in a range of countries and provides new insights into what can be done to… Read more »
To mark World Prematurity Day on Sunday 17th November, the BioMed Central journal Reproductive Health published a special supplement entitled Born Too Soon.
Infectious Diseases of Poverty was launched on 25th October 2012 at the 2nd Global Symposium on Health Systems Research held in Beijing. The journal aims to publish interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research that specifically addresses essential public health questions relating to infectious diseases of poverty. These include various aspects of the biology of pathogens and vectors,… Read more »
This Sunday is World Prematurity Day 2013, a global effort to raise awareness about premature birth and its prevention. Published last year, Born Too Soon is a global action report which involved collaboration from more than 50 organisations and provides the first-ever national, regional and global estimates of preterm birth. The major findings of the report have… Read more »
At the 6th MiM – Pan African Malaria Conference in October, Malaria Journal sponsored the prize for the Best Emergent Scientist, which is awarded to the scientist who gave the best oral presentation. Malaria Journal is pleased to announce the winner of the award is Dr Irene Masanja, a Senior Research Scientist from the Ifakara… Read more »
Born Too Soon is a global action report published in 2012 which involved collaboration from more than 50 organizations. The report provided the first-ever national, regional and global estimates of preterm birth and the major findings of the report are expanded upon in six new review papers. The articles are jointly funded by the charities… Read more »