Towards equity in global health knowledge

PAKENHAM-WALSH, Neil
PRIESTLY, Carol
Publication Date 
July 2002
p 469-473

Emphasizes the interdependence of global health knowledge and draw attention to inequities in the global flow of information that profoundly affect the evolution of the global knowledge base and its relevance to health priorities. Information and communication technologies have great potential to reduce these inequities, not only by disseminating information, but also by supporting such important activities as international co-operation and Southern-led development. Describes briefly some of the challenges, recent achievements, and priorities for the future

Serial Title:
Quarterly Journal of Medicine
Serial Part:
vol 95 no 7
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