Want to Contribute an Article to PEAH?


An international blog platform run by Daniele Dionisio*, PEAH – Policies for Equitable Access to Health benefits from acknowledged, world scale audience.  Several academics, adding to stakeholders from a number of organizations worldwide, recently wrote for PEAH as you can see in Archives section and a link to our 2017 external contributions.

Are you willing to contribute an article to PEAH? Spontaneous submissions in the form of articles, editorials and blogs are welcome.

Pieces bound up with -though not limited to- the priorities and challenges first and foremost in the resource-limited countries for fair access to high-quality health treatments and care, food, and for climate safeguarding would be to the point.

Relevantly, PEAH focus encompasses the best options for use of trade and government rules, the effects of current international agreements and intellectual property standards, the opportunities offered by new financing mechanisms and innovation models, and the ways for better coherence, coordination and collaboration among stakeholders supposed to streamline access to health priorities.

There are no editorial requirements nor limits as regards the length and structure of your contribution, and you are invited to incorporate references as hyperlinks directly in the text.

Upon editor’s acceptance, your manuscript will enjoy free of charge, immediate online publication for circulation throughout PEAH network** and sharing on facebook, twitter and linkedin platforms.

You are free to re-publish your piece from PEAH, provided that PEAH quotation as the original source is included together with proper web-link.

If you wish to contribute, please submit to PEAH editor at


* Daniele Dionisio is a member of the European Parliament Working Group on Innovation, Access to Medicines and Poverty-Related Diseases. He is an advisor for “Medicines for the Developing Countries” for the Italian Society for Infectious and Tropical Diseases (SIMIT), and former director of the Infectious Disease Division at the Pistoia City Hospital (Italy). Dionisio is Head of the research project PEAH - Policies for Equitable Access to Health
** PEAH network includes, among others, the EU Parliament Group on “Innovation, Access to Medicines and Poverty-Related Diseases”, representatives at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Directorate General for Development Cooperation in Rome,leaders from academia worldwide, managers from emerging economies' drug industries and executives from WHO, UNAIDS, WIPO, World Bank, WTO, UNITAID, Medecins Sans Frontieres, NGOs, the Global Fund, Knowledge Ecology International, Indian Council of Medical Research, Quamed, Oxfam,, Devex, Intellectual Property Watch, I-MAK, AFEW, Wemos, DNDi, the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, the Italian National Institutes of Health,...

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