The Truth about Ebola: Global Health Leaders Try to Fight Panic with Information

Tara Ornstein, Contributing Blogger The leaders of the global health community have sought to quell the hysteria surrounding the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa. On 14 August 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a statement confirming that the risk of...
The Survival of “Global Health” – Part Four: The New Global Health Architecture Does Not Match Its Emerging Mission

The Survival of “Global Health” – Part Four: The New Global Health Architecture Does Not Match Its Emerging Mission

The Survival of “Global Health” – Part Four: The New Global Health Architecture Does Not Match Its Emerging Mission By Laurie Garrett, Guest Blogger Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign Relations This is a co-post with Laurie Garrett’s...

Can (MICs) governments make the global R&D system work for all?

Can (MICs) governments make the global R&D system work for all? By Suerie Moon, Contributing Blogger Research Director and Co-Chair, Forum on Global Governance for Health, Harvard Global Health Institute This is a cross-post with the Spanish blog El Pais’...
The World Health Organization Engaging with Civil Society Networks to Promote Primary Health Care: A Case Study

The World Health Organization Engaging with Civil Society Networks to Promote Primary Health Care: A Case Study

The World Health Organization Engaging with Civil Society Networks to Promote Primary Health Care: A Case Study Claire Dickerson, Nathan Grills, Nick Henwood, Susannah Jeffreys, and Ted Lankester Engagement between the World Health Organization (WHO) and civil society...
A WHO/UNICEF Global Code of Practice on the Marketing of Unhealthy Food and Beverages to Children

A WHO/UNICEF Global Code of Practice on the Marketing of Unhealthy Food and Beverages to Children

A WHO-UNICEF Global Code of Practice on the Marketing of Unhealthy Food and Beverages to Children Allyn L. Taylor, Ibadat S. Dhillon, Lenias Hwenda The High-level Meeting of the United Nations General Assembly on the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases...
25 by 25: The New 3 by 5? – Derek Yach, Larry Gostin & Devi Sridhar

25 by 25: The New 3 by 5? – Derek Yach, Larry Gostin & Devi Sridhar

25 by 25: The New 3 by 5? Derek Yach, Larry Gostin & Devi Sridhar, Contributing Bloggers Devi Sridhar is Lecturer in Global Health Politics at Oxford University. Lawrence O. Gostin is Professor of Law at Georgetown University, Faculty Director of the O’Neill...
The WHO Meeting on Controversial H5N1 Research: What Happened, and What Does It Mean?- David Fidler

The WHO Meeting on Controversial H5N1 Research: What Happened, and What Does It Mean?- David Fidler

The WHO Meeting on Controversial H5N1 Research: What Happened, and What Does It Mean? David P. Fidler, GHG Contributing Blogger James Louis Calamaras Professor of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law The conclusion of the much anticipated meeting at the World...
The WHO Meeting on Controversial H5N1 Research – David Fidler

The WHO Meeting on Controversial H5N1 Research – David Fidler

The WHO Meeting on Controversial H5N1 Research: What Implications for Global Health Governance? David P. Fidler, Contributing GHG Blogger James Louis Calamaras Professor of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law The World Health Organization (WHO) is hosting a...
The WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel: The Evolution of Global Health Diplomacy

The WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel: The Evolution of Global Health Diplomacy

The WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel: The Evolution of Global Health Diplomacy  Allyn L. Taylor and Ibadat S. Dhillon The May 2010 adoption of the World Health Organization Global Code of Practice on the International...