“An increasingly de-politicised global health narrative fails to challenge the root causes of inequalities and poses a major challenge to achieving health equity (11).”
“Together with 30 scientists we are going to tell the world what they should be eating by 2050. This is a fairly audacious thing to do but its grounded on real evidence.”
Our proposed solution, DIVERSITREE 2023, not only mitigates the effects of climate change in line with the COP21 Paris Agreement, it also improves the mental wellbeing of community residents.
Is breast reconstruction really a choice, considering the complex structures of gender, medicalisation and politics that influence the process?
MScGH students recently attended the 2018 World Health Summit in Berlin. From billionaire donors and Big Pharma to unhealthy catering and #manels, we have some opinions…
In Sri Lanka, maternal mortality has sharply declined since the 1930s, but the increase in maternal mental health problems since the 2000s illuminates a global health issue.
…these statistics should be a call to action, to increase our everyday efforts to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness. We must work through our actions and reactions to show mental illness is not a sign of weakness.
The UK has made great progress in improving in the health of its population, yet Brexit threatens to slow the rate of this progress, and could even reverse it altogether.
Can you recognize Copenhagen’s green areas in these photos? This summer, it became hard to ignore the effects of climate change.
Using co-production with the Inuit youth of Naujaat, there is an opportunity to improve a sense of cultural identity, pride, and social capital, which have been identified as protective suicide prevention factors (6).