World Health Summit

By Seema Biswas The World Health Summit was held in Berlin last week. Leaders in Global Health from universities, health services, policy institutes and the humanitarian sector came together to discuss the health of populations, including some of the world’s most vulnerable communities affected by conflict and disaster. The topics for discussion were timely. No […]

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Why should students write a global health case report?

By Manasi Jiwrajka Recently we published a paper on the reasons for medical students to write a Global Health  case report. We don’t often hear about a Global Health case report, and usually it is about something weird and wonderful that we have read in a Pathology text book. Medical students find Global Health overarching We, […]

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World Blood Donor Day 2016

By Hemali Bedi World Blood Donor Day is celebrated by countries around the world on 14th June each year. [1] This day serves to raise awareness of the need for regular blood donations and thank blood donors for their invaluable contributions. [1] The theme of this year’s campaign is “Blood connects us all”. [1] Through this campaign, […]

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Global health perspective for an unfortunate injection through a BMJ Case Report

by Amy Price Finding the Balance Finding the balance between the global health perspective and the individual patient is a challenge worth pursuing1. My first experience in writing from both worlds in one research paper was in our report of “An Unfortunate Injection.” 2 Working together on this report showed us as a team the […]

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