New Global Health Journal

By Maggie Sullivan Moderator | 13 Apr, 2016

There's a new open access (free) global health journal available online (thank you to my colleagues at Wuqu' Kawoq for the tip). If you like, you can sign up for their email alerts when new issues are published. Please see the link attached for more information. Enjoy, and consider submitting a paper! A description of the journal from their website:

About the journal
BMJ Global Health is an Open Access, online journal from BMJ dedicated to publishing high-quality peer-reviewed content relevant to those involved in global health, including policy makers, funders, researchers, clinicians and frontline healthcare workers.

Aims & Scope
The Journal covers all aspects of global health with particular interest in submissions that address the underfunded area of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Research across all study phases and designs is welcome, from study protocols to phase I trials to meta-analyses, including small or specialist studies. The editor welcomes opinionated discussions on controversial topics to stimulate debate.

Latest table of contents:

1. The information problem in global health
By Seye Abimbola

2. Modelling the health impact and cost-effectiveness of lymphatic filariasis eradication under varying levels of mass drug administration scale-up and geographic coverage
By Christopher M Stone, Randee Kastner, Peter Steinmann, Nakul Chitnis, Marcel Tanner, Fabrizio Tediosi

3. Trends in bidi and cigarette smoking in India from 1998 to 2015, by age, gender and education
By Sujata Mishra, Renu Ann Joseph, Prakash C Gupta, Brendon Pezzack, Faujdar Ram, Dhirendra N Sinha, Rajesh Dikshit, Jayadeep Patra, Prabhat Jha

4. IndOSS-Assam: investigating the feasibility of introducing a simple maternal morbidity surveillance and research system in Assam, India
By Manisha Nair, Manoj K Choudhury, Saswati S Choudhury, Swapna D Kakoty, Umesh C Sarma, Premila Webster, Marian Knight

5. Association between maternal anaemia and pregnancy outcomes: a cohort study in Assam, India
By Manisha Nair, Manoj K Choudhury, Saswati S Choudhury, Swapna D Kakoty, Umesh C Sarma, Premila Webster, Marian Knight

6. Global Surgery 2030: a roadmap for high income country actors

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