Theme issues and review articles about global health
Oxford Journals: Health Policy and Planning
Health Policy and Planning blends such individual specialities as epidemiology, health and development economics, management and social policy, planning and social anthropology into a lively academic mix that constantly stimulates and keeps readers abreast of international health care, focusing on issues of particular relevance to low and middle income countries
The Solid Facts. Wilkinson R, Marmot M. Copenhagen: World Health Organization, 2003.
Gives an account of the most important factors in social health
Applying an equity lens to child health and mortality: more of the same is not enough. Victora CG, Wagstaff A, Schellenberg JA, Gwatkin D, Claeson M, Habicht JP. Lancet 2003; 362: 233–41.
New Global Health” A Reversal of Logic, History and Principles. Katz A.
From Alma Ata to the Global Fund: The History of International Health Policy. Italian Global Health watch.
PLoS medicine: A Peer-Reviewed Open-Access Journal
A theme issue about global health and poverty
Council of Science Editors. Global theme issue
List of all journals that published theme issues about global health in October 2007 with direct links to open access articles
World mapper - The Human Anatomy of a Small PlanetDorling D (pdf)
A project showing inequity as a world map
The Millennium Development Goals (The UN's 2015 goals)
Millennium Development Goals. United Nations Development Group
The Millennium Project: a plan for meeting the Millennium Development Goals. Sachs JD, McArthur JW. Lancet 2005; 365:347–53.
Countdown to 2015: will the Millennium Development Goal for child survival be met? Joy E Lawn, Anthony Costello, Charles Mwansambo and David Osrin
Climate and global health
Reducing the impact of climate change. WHO.
Hot-spots in climate and health. Pats JA, Kovats RS.
Poverty and development
Poverty and Human Development
JAMA theme issue about global health
Which Single Intervention Would Do the Most to Improve the Health of Those Living on Less Than Per Day?
Nature.com. Poverty and Human Development