Can the transformation of global health education for impact rely on input-based accreditation?

Burck Smith wrote in 2012 what remains one of the clearest summaries of how accreditation is based primarily on a higher education institution’s inputs rather […]

Solidarity across public health and medicine silos during a pandemic

We are launching a new Scholar programme about environmental threats to health, with an initial focus on radiation. (I mapped out what this might look […]

Inventing by investing in new business models for humanitarian training

Through research and broad sector collaboration, a consensus has emerged on the recognition that uneven quality of personnel is a major limiting factor in humanitarian […]

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