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Migration and Health in Social Context The future of vaccine safety Social and ethical issues of poor quality and poor use of medical products Innovating with HIV self-testing in a changing epidemic: Results from the STAR (Self-Testing AfRica) Initiative Digital Innovations for Community and Primary Health in India Leaders and Learners: Pathways to a Global NHS
Complex health interventions in complex systems: concepts and methods for evidence-informed health decisions Diagnostic preparedness for WHO Blueprint pathogens Abstracts of the Ninth EDCTP Forum Measurement of reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health and nutrition Using geospatial data and analytics to guide reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health programs Advancing Emergency Care Research in Low- and Middle-income Countries Strategising national health in the 21st century Strengthening Primary Health Care Through Research: Prioritized knowledge needs to achieve the promise of the Astana Declaration Resilient health systems for the attainment of Universal Health Coverage Publication mentorship programme for women in HSR
New Perspectives in Public Health in the Era of Sustainable Development Goals Digital Health in South Africa: The case of MomConnect past, present, and future The Alma Ata Declaration at 40: reflections on primary health care in a new era Governing multisectoral action for health in low- and middle-income countries Empowering frontline providers to deliver universal primary healthcare using the Practical Approach to Care Kit