Health Breaking News 315

Health Breaking News Links, as part of the research project PEAH (Policies for Equitable Access to Health), aim to focus on the latest challenges by trade and governments rules to equitable access to health in resource-limited settings

Health Breaking News 315


‘2018: a Year in Review through PEAH Contributors’ Takes’ by Daniele Dionisio 

Leave no one behind: From development slogan to policy practice 

Neoliberalism has led to a crisis in care – and we urgently need to solve it 

Everyone should be outraged by child poverty in Britain and the US  

UN rights chief welcomes new text to protect rights of peasants and other rural workers 

Smallholders’ global food production underestimated  

Human Rights Reader 468 

The Global Gender Gap Report 2018 

UNPO NEWSLETTER November-December 2018 

WHO launches technical guidance series on the health of refugees and migrants 

The Overwhelming Evidence in Favor of Harm Reduction  

End-of-year news from TDR Director, John Reeder 

WHO Report Shows Global Progress On Influenza Preparedness Response 

The World Needs a Urine Test for TB. But It’s Already Here 

Spatially targeted screening to reduce tuberculosis transmission in high-incidence settings 

Eliminating financial and economic barriers to tuberculosis diagnosis and care 

Opinion: In DRC Ebola crisis, every red line has been crossed 

DRC Ebola: latest numbers as of 18 December 2018 

Donor Transitions From HIV Programs: What Is The Impact On Vulnerable Populations? 

DNDi: 2018 in Review 

3 takeaways from COP24 

Murky climate deal lets down poor countries 

What the COP24 Needs: A New Emerging Mindset 

Climate Change Is The Greatest Threat To Human Health In History 

The impact of climate inaction on food security 

The Doom Effect: In Adapting to Climate Threats, Philanthropy Can Help Reinvent U.S. Politics 

Media Advisory: How much land is degraded globally? 

WHO: 5 tips for a healthy diet this New Year 

Thailand becomes first in Asia to introduce tobacco plain packaging; WHO commends efforts 

Effectiveness of a text-messaging-based smoking cessation intervention (“Happy Quit”) for smoking cessation in China: A randomized controlled trial