Community-Based Tuberculosis Screening – a Double-Edged Sword?

10. April 2018

by Olivia Biermann. Tuberculosis (TB) is a major global health challenge – particularly in low- and middle-income countries. The World Health Organization’s (WHO) End TB Strategy and the Sustainable Development Goals aim at ending the global TB epidemic by 2035, which will require intensified activity to increase TB case detection […]

Teaching Public Health through EU lenses

9. Februar 2017

by Alessandra Lafranconi, Kevin Rieger, Katarzyna Czabanowska und Marco Parenti. Already a few years ago, mainly during cultural activities proposed at the School of Medicine of the University of Milano-Bicocca, a gap has been noticed: medical students are willing to study and discuss health policies and politics, but often do […]

Global Citizenship Training in the Welsh NHS

14. Juli 2016

by Laurin Ellis, Malcolm Ward, Elodie Besnier. Introduction Wales, part of the four nations of the United Kingdom, has its own government which has responsibility for a range of policy areas,  meaning it can act autonomously from the central government, although international development is not a devolved area. Welsh Government […]

Young Gasteiners’ articles are Going International

5. Mai 2020

Going International will offer members of the “Young Forum Gastein” the possibility to publicize their scientific articles in the newsletter GI-Mail & on the education platform GOING INTERNATIONAL in order to reach a broad public health community. The authors may also publish additional related links, recommended reading, and information about […]