Over the past few years, there has been an increase in both awareness and call to action from students and early career professionals to decolonize the existing global health structures.
Global Health Film Days returns to Copenhagen on 15-23 April with a focus on women in global health.
How can public and global health students work to decolonize global health? One student reflects on a seminar led by Dr Aloysius Ssennyonjo.
A former fundraiser for a children’s organization reflects on how fundraising campaigns can avoid harmful stereotypes and communicate in a more nuanced, creative, and engaging way.
As we enter the new year, we want to take a moment to look back at all we have achieved in 2022. From the many articles we published, to our events and changes in our team, this year has been eventful. Without further ado, here are our favorite EOGH moments from last year!
A new drug, lecanemab, has been hailed as a ‘momentous breakthrough’ in Alzheimer’s disease research, as it holds the potential to slow the disease progression. But will this new drug be able to achieve its potential?
In a letter to the editor, an Iranian woman reflects on the nationwide protests that have gripped the country in recent months. She paints a picture of the conflict from her insider’s perspective, suggests why these demonstrations have maintained such a foothold across many parts of society, and joins the voices crying out for a new era, built for and by women.
Is inequity perpetuated at the “global” conferences and forums where health inequities are discussed?
For World Diabetes Day, Anna Thabuis reflects on how to maintain access to diabetes care in a world of turmoil.
Dr. Kirstin Meier and Ruth Kopelke highlight the need to support the mental health of children in Ukraine, and speak to Serhii Lukashov about some solutions that can make a difference.