Monthly Archives: June 2022

Untangling the complex pathways towards maternal, late fetal and newborn survival and health through more holistic, contextualized research

By Andrea Blanchard (University of Manitoba) & Neha Singh (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine) Long and winding roads How can we answer some of the most complex questions in public health? As researchers, we often don’t go far … Continue reading

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Unequal eye care practices threaten sustainability across health care, study finds

Health care services are substantial contributors to national greenhouse gas emission totals, representing 10% in the USA, 7% in Australia, 5% in Canada and Japan, and 4% in the UK. Eye care, as a high-volume service, likely forms a substantial … Continue reading

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World Environment Day 2022 (United Nations Environment Programme)

The theme of this year’s World Environment Day is “Only One Earth”. The host nation is Sweden. “In the Universe there are billions of galaxies. In our galaxy are billions of planets. But there is only one Planet Earth” The … Continue reading

Diabetic Retinopathy Network Publishes Research compendium

ICEH’s Diabetic Retinopathy Network (DR-NET) has published a collection of research related to diabetic retinopathy programmes in Sub-Saharan African. The research has been created by members of the network working in screening and treatment programmes in Africa. The research questions … Continue reading

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