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  1. The growth of labour migration and associated risks of human trafficking and exploitation remain significant global human rights and health challenges. There is increasing policy interest in addressing structu...

    Authors: Joanna Busza, Zewdneh Shewamene, Cathy Zimmerman, Annabel Erulkar, Eyasu Hailu, Lemi Negeri, Elizabeth Anderson and Yuki Lo
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:102
  2. Food insecurity is associated with inadequate nutrition and increased rates of chronic disease. The primary aim of this study was to assess self-reported food insecurity and the perceived impact of COVID-19 on...

    Authors: Jacqui Webster, Anasaini Moala, Briar McKenzie, Joseph Alvin Santos, Aliyah Palu, Alvina Deo, Susana Lolohea, Mohammed Sanif, Penaia Naivunivuni, Shajal Kumar, Emosi Vimatemate, Helen Tawakilai, Litiana Seru, Mark Woodward, Dori Patay, Devina Nand…
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:99
  3. The rapid global spread of infectious diseases, epitomized by the recent COVID-19 pandemic, has highlighted the critical need for effective cross-border pandemic management strategies. Digital health passports...

    Authors: Gideon Towett, R. Sterling Snead, Knarik Grigoryan and Julia Marczika
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:98
  4. The failures of the international COVID-19 response highlighted key gaps in pandemic preparedness and response (PPR). The G20 and WHO have called for additional funding of $10.5 billion per year to adequately ...

    Authors: Garrett Wallace Brown, Natalie Rhodes, Blagovesta Tacheva, Rene Loewenson, Minahil Shahid and Francis Poitier
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:97
  5. Recent case studies indicate that the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak, one of the worst pre-2020 global biological catastrophes in modern history, helped some nations to better prepared their responses for the COVID-...

    Authors: Jessi Hanson-DeFusco, Min Shi, Zoe Du, Ornheilia Zounon, Fidèle Marc Hounnouvi and Albert DeFusco
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:96
  6. Corporate engagement with food and beverage companies who produce food associated with health harms is a divisive topic in the global nutrition community, with high-profile cases of conflict of interest increa...

    Authors: Lauren Bandy, Jo Jewell, Madison Luick, Mike Rayner, Yuan Li, Katherine Shats, Susan Jebb, Suying Chang and Elizabeth Dunford
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:94
  7. Health systems are often susceptible to corruption risks. Corruption within health systems has been found to negatively affect the efficacy, safety, and, significantly, equitable distribution of health product...

    Authors: Kari A. Griffore, Andrea Bowra, Sara J.T. Guilcher and Jillian Kohler
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:91
  8. Pooled procurement can be seen as a collaboration initiative of buyers. Such mechanisms have received increased attention during the Covid-19 pandemic to improve access to affordable and quality-assured health...

    Authors: Koray Parmaksiz, Hester van de Bovenkamp and Roland Bal
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:90
  9. In September, 2014, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) called for militarised assistance in response to the rapidly escalating West Africa Ebola Epidemic. Soon after, the United Kingdom deployed its military to Si...

    Authors: Samuel T. Boland, Dina Balabanova and Susannah Mayhew
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:89
  10. Tobacco control advocates and researchers face powerful opponents who go to great lengths to protect their interests. While threats and attacks are documented in the grey literature, research into intimidation...

    Authors: Britta K Matthes, Raouf Alebshehy and Anna B Gilmore
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:88
  11. Under globalization, human settlement has become a major risk factor affecting life. The relationship between humans and the environment is crucial for improving community resilience and coping with globalizat...

    Authors: Qikang Zhong, Yue Chen and Jiale Yan
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:87
  12. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic highlighted the challenges of effective emergency risk communication (ERC) to protect public health, including the difficulty in tackling the spread of inaccura...

    Authors: Elena Savoia, Rachael Piltch-Loeb, Eva H. Stanton and Howard K. Koh
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:86
  13. In recent decades there has been a global rise in consumption of ultra-processed foods (UPFs) to the detriment of population health and the environment. Large corporations that have focused heavily on low-cost...

    Authors: Benjamin Wood, Ella Robinson, Phillip Baker, Guillermo Paraje, Mélissa Mialon, Christoffer van Tulleken and Gary Sacks
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:85
  14. Emerging infectious diseases of zoonotic origin present a critical threat to global population health. As accelerating globalisation makes epidemics and pandemics more difficult to contain, there is a need for...

    Authors: Chloe Clifford Astbury, Kirsten M. Lee, Ryan Mcleod, Raphael Aguiar, Asma Atique, Marilen Balolong, Janielle Clarke, Anastassia Demeshko, Ronald Labonté, Arne Ruckert, Priyanka Sibal, Kathleen Chelsea Togño, A. M. Viens, Mary Wiktorowicz, Marc K. Yambayamba, Amy Yau…
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:82
  15. Internet use is a double-edged sword for older adults’ health. Whether internet use can prevent cardiometabolic diseases and death in older adults remains controversial.

    Authors: Ziyang Ren, Shuangbo Xia, Jinfang Sun, Duoduo Wang, Yushan Du, Ning Li and Jufen Liu
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:81
  16. National governance may have influenced the response of institutions to the Covid-19 pandemic, being a key factor in preparing for the next pandemics. The objective was to analyze the association between exces...

    Authors: Ricardo Eccard da Silva, Maria Rita Carvalho Garbi Novaes, Cesar de Oliveira and Dirce Bellezi Guilhem
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:80
  17. Improving response capacities in the EU requires a good overview of capacities at both country and Union level. The International Health Regulations (2005) Monitoring and Evaluation framework assesses capaciti...

    Authors: Mari Nythun Utheim, Mohamed Gawad, Karin Nygård, Emily Macdonald and Monica Falk
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:79
  18. The US-Mexico border is the busiest in the world, with millions of people crossing it daily. However, little is known about cross-border utilization of cancer care, or about the reasons driving it. We designed...

    Authors: Michael LaPelusa, Haydeé Verduzco-Aguirre, Fernando Diaz, Fernando Aldaco and Enrique Soto-Perez-de-Celis
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:78
  19. The “opioid crisis” has been responsible for hundreds of thousands deaths in the US, and is at risk of dissemination worldwide. Within-country studies have demonstrated that the rise of opioid use disorders (O...

    Authors: Guillaume Barbalat, Geeta Reddy and Nicolas Franck
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:76
  20. Tens of millions of children lack adequate care, many having been separated from or lost one or both parents. Despite the problem’s severity and its impact on a child’s lifelong health and wellbeing, the care ...

    Authors: Yusra Ribhi Shawar and Jeremy Shiffman
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:75
  21. Public health scholarship has uncovered a wide range of strategies used by industry actors to promote their products and influence government regulation. Less is known about the strategies used by non-governme...

    Authors: Belinda Townsend, Timothy D. Johnson, Rob Ralston, Katherine Cullerton, Jane Martin, Jeff Collin, Fran Baum, Liz Arnanz, Rodney Holmes and Sharon Friel
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:74
  22. Globally, COVID-19 vaccines have proven to be instrumental for promoting population health by reducing illness from SARS-CoV-2. Vaccine certificates emerged as a potentially promising solution for encouraging ...

    Authors: David T. Zhu, Mohamed Serhan, Salima S. Mithani, David Smith, Joyce Ang, Maya Thomas and Kumanan Wilson
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:73
  23. This paper examines the events and conditions that led to the creation of the International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (ICTRP) in 2006 by the World Health Organization (WHO), and how the WHO addressed t...

    Authors: Loreto Fernández-González
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:71
  24. Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading cause of mortality across the Caribbean and similar regions. Structural determinants include a marked increase in the dependency on food imports, and the prolif...

    Authors: Olivia Barnett-Naghshineh, Sheray Warmington, Henrice Altink, Ishtar Govia, Karyn Morrissey, Matthew J. Smith, Ruth H. Thurstan, Nigel Unwin and Cornelia Guell
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:69
  25. To help promote the effective delivery of drug donations, the World Health Organization (WHO) developed the Guidelines for Medicine Donations. The need for revisions is timely given the large-scale influx of medi...

    Authors: Hannah Permaul Flores, Jillian C. Kohler, Deirdre Dimancesco, Anna Wong and Joel Lexchin
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:67
  26. During the past two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has cost millions of lives around the globe, caused major morbidity and provoked widespread economic and social disruption. In response, governments have enacte...

    Authors: Rachel Thrasher, Warren Kaplan, Veronika J. Wirtz, Louise Clear, Shiva Priya Bodduluri and Sandra Polaski
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:66
  27. Ultra-processed foods (UPF) are associated with adverse health outcomes. This study aimed to analyse the national trends in retail sales, consumer expenditure and nutritional quality of UPFs in Thailand.

    Authors: Sirinya Phulkerd, Natjera Thongcharoenchupong, Sarah Dickie, Priscila Machado, Julie Woods, Ladda Mo-Suwan, Piyada Prasertsom, Chantana Ungchusak, Chiraporn Khitdee and Mark Lawrence
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:64
  28. In this article, I utilize the concept of the Plantationocene as an analytical framework to generate a holistic and historical understanding of the present-day struggles of a mostly Haitian migrant workforce o...

    Authors: Brenda K. Wilson
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:63
  29. Climate change is a major global threat to human health and puts tremendous pressure on health systems. Therefore, a resilient health system is crucial to enhance, maintain, and restore the population’s health...

    Authors: Ali Mohammad Mosadeghrad, Parvaneh Isfahani, Leila Eslambolchi, Maryam Zahmatkesh and Mahnaz Afshari
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:62

    The Correspondence to this article has been published in Globalization and Health 2023 19:100

  30. Despite accumulating evidence of the implications of trade policy for public health, trade and health sectors continue to operate largely in silos. Numerous barriers to advancing health have been identified, i...

    Authors: Belinda Townsend, Brigitte Frances Tenni, Sharni Goldman and Deborah Gleeson
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:60
  31. Informal employment is unprotected and unregistered and it is often characterized by precarious working arrangements. Although being a global phenomenon and the most common type of employment worldwide, schola...

    Authors: Amanda Emma Aronsson, Pilar Vidaurre-Teixidó, Magnus Rom Jensen, Solvor Solhaug and Courtney McNamara
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:59

    The Correction to this article has been published in Globalization and Health 2023 19:65

  32. Outbreaks of monkeypox have been ongoing in non-endemic countries since May 2022. A thorough assessment of its global zoonotic niche and potential transmission risk is lacking.

    Authors: Yan-Qun Sun, Jin-Jin Chen, Mei-Chen Liu, Yuan-Yuan Zhang, Tao Wang, Tian-Le Che, Ting-Ting Li, Yan-Ning Liu, Ai-Ying Teng, Bing-Zheng Wu, Xue-Geng Hong, Qiang Xu, Chen-Long Lv, Bao-Gui Jiang, Wei Liu and Li-Qun Fang
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:58
  33. Co-development alliances and capital-raising activities are essential supports for biopharmaceutical innovation. During the initial outbreak of the COVID-19, the level of these business activities has increase...

    Authors: Tzu-Hui Yu, Yung-Yu Mei and Yufeng Jane Tseng
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:57
  34. With the increasing impacts of climate change, heatwaves are placing an enormous burden on health and social systems and threatening ecological diversity around the world. Heatwaves are increasing not only in ...

    Authors: Doris Klingelhöfer, Markus Braun, Dörthe Brüggmann and David A. Groneberg
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:56
  35. Within the global health field, progress is being made to adopt a justice and sustainability-centred approach by advancing what has been named a planetary health agenda. Meanwhile, an increasing number of glob...

    Authors: Winne Fleur van Woerden, Remco van de Pas and Joel Curtain
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:55
  36. The geographic information science-based interactive map provided good prospects for the public health to study disease prevalence. The purpose of this study is to understand global spatial–temporal trends of ...

    Authors: Liwang Gao, Wen Peng, Hong Xue, Yang Wu, Haixia Zhou, Peng Jia and Youfa Wang
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:53
  37. Pandemics as health and humanitarian crises have exerted traceable impacts on food security. Almost all past and current pandemics have created a food crisis that affects a share of the global population and t...

    Authors: Hynek Roubík, Michal Lošťák, Chama Theodore Ketuama, Jana Soukupová, Petr Procházka, Adam Hruška, Josef Hakl, Lukáš Pacek, Petr Karlík, Lucie Kocmánková Menšíková, Vladimíra Jurasová, Charles Amarachi Ogbu and Michal Hejcman
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:52

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