A one health approach to public health is needed to prevent future pandemics, this approach must draw upon the crucial link between the natural world and human health.
Following eight consecutive weeks of a fast-moving surge, new Covid-19 cases in Africa have slowed down, driven by a sharp drop in South Africa.
Reducing carbon emissions in health service delivery not only helps countries meet net-zero goals but also brings substantial public health benefits.
The Covid-19 pandemic is worsening the global shortage of healthcare staff. Only sustained, concerted effort led by wealthier nations will avert a crisis.
Life sciences and pharma experts from across the globe have been asked to share their thoughts on how the UK's departure from the EU and impact of Covid-19 effects the UK's standing as an innovation hub.
Coinciding with the latest issue of World Healthcare Journal, outgoing PPP Policy and Publications Director Dan Male offers some reflections on why this magazine is so important, and how it must be used to help make the case for a holistic approach to public health.
Brazil should serve as a warning to other world leaders that it will take more than an inquiry to save anti-science administrations.
With nearly 20,000 premature deaths per day, air pollution is world's most dangerous environmental health threat. Francesco Tamilia spoke with leading experts to understand how climate change exacerbates air pollution and what policy actions must be taken to protect people’s health.
As Ben Howlett, Managing Director of Public Policy Projects writes, future pandemics are inevitable if governments continue to pursue nationalistic prevention policies.
Genome Canada’s CEO, Rob Annan, and Head of Communications, Nicola Katz discuss the lessons learned in Canada over the pandemic and the future of pandemic preparedness.