ANNALS OF GLOBAL HEALTH is a peer-reviewed, open access journal focused on global health. The journal’s mission is to advance and disseminate knowledge of global health. Its goals are improve the health and well-being of all people, advance health equity and promote wise stewardship of the earth’s environment.
The journal is supported by the Boston College Global Public Health Program. It was founded in 1934 by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai as the Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine. It is a partner journal of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health.
Impact Factor: 2.037
57/556 in Scopus Category of General Medicine
The Women Leaders in Global Health (WLGH) Conference was launched in 2017 and has since served as a powerful convening mechanism for leaders in global health. The conference aims to engage the global health community by creating transformative experiences to advance opportunities for emerging female leaders, help bridge the gap in gender imbalances in global health leadership positions and improve access to female healthcare.
The conference was inaugurated at Stanford University School of Medicine in the US before moving to the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK for its second year. This year the University of Global Health Equity, Rwanda, will host WLGH19, the first time the event will be hosted on the African continent.
WLGH19 are pleased to host over 100+ influential speakers from diverse sectors in global health who are set to participate in panel discussions, plenary sessions, interactive leadership and skill-building workshops and networking and mentoring opportunities.
25 panel sessions will inspire dialogue around the leadership and development challenges facing females working in global health. Some of the major topics include:
For the full agenda, list of speakers and registration details, visit www.wlghconferences.org.
Posted on 17 Sep 2019
The question of whether health aid promotes good governance in developing countries is contentious and critically important for the future of global health.
To explore this issue and discuss the analyses of the question presented in the paper by Matthew Kavanagh, and Lixue Chen and in the accompanying editorial by Eric Goosby, the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) organized a webinar on June 27, 2019. Matthew Kavanagh of Georgetown University, Eric Goosby of the University of California at San Francisco and Meg Davis of the Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies were the presenters. The convener was Dr. Keith Martin, CUGH Executive Director.
The following is a link to this webinar: www.cugh.org/events/global-fund-governance-and-public-health
The special collection can be accessed here
Posted on 10 Jul 2019