Print version ISSN 0042-9686
Bull World Health Organ vol.90 n.3 Genebra Mar. 2012
IN THIS MONTH'S BULLETIN
In an editorial, Andy Gray & Henri R Manasse Jr (158) discuss the challenges of dealing with global shortages of essential medicines. Zunyou Wu & Nicolas Clark (159) call for papers for a Bulletin theme issue on treatment of opioid dependence. In an interview, Erik Holst (166-167) spoke to Fiona Fleck about the role of doctors and health systems in the rehabilitation of victims of torture.
Community workers and children
Alexandra de Sousa et al. (183-190) survey 68 countries about community case management of childhood illnesses.
LM Niëns et al. (219-227) illustrate a new approach to measuring the affordability of medicines in developing countries.
From commitment to action
Sridhar Venkatapuram et al. (241-242) discuss the ethical dilemmas of setting priorities for dealing with noncommunicable diseases.
When a baby dies
C Engmann et al. (200-208) assess the feasibility of using birth attendants instead of bereaved mothers as verbal autopsy respondents.
Suzanne R Hill (236-238) lists the medicines that are needed in more child-friendly forms.
Ali S Akanda et al. (243-244) propose that a climate-based warning system could help identify populations at higher risk for cholera.
Global burden of cholera
Mohammad Ali et al. (209-218) estimate the global burden of cholera.
Amardeep Thind et al. (239-240) call for epidemiologists and surgeons to develop a set of common definitions for surgical epidemiology.