Global Health

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Summary

Globalization is an integration process that started with the humankind, but that has seen in the recent years a wider spread and an unprecedented speed in growth. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to think to a public health issue that is only national, that has no implication, causes or solutions that could be found out of the country’s borders. Many international programs and documents now are directly addressed to the global population, recognizing that in a globalized world health has no border.

AIMS public health is a publication devoted to all fields of public health and for the above-mentioned reasons a section is fully dedicated to “Global Health” and encourages submissions of papers related to this topic area. Contributions should be focused on the global perspective and can touch any public health field, from infectious to non-communicable diseases, from health systems to primary health care. We welcome also more general contribution on the impact of globalization and global-related issues (such as climate change) on health and health systems, as well as global challenges such as the universal health coverage or the TBC eradication.

Handling Editor(s)

Stefano Campostrini   

Department of Statistics, University Ca Foscari of Venice, Venice, 30121, Italy

Jangho Yoon   

School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences, College of Public Health and Human Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA

Miguel Viñas Ciordia   

Dept of Pathology&Experimental Therapeutics Medical School, University of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Seyed Moghadas   

Agent-Based Modelling Laboratory, 331 Lumbers, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3, Canada

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