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Disability Monitor Initiative Middle East journal|DMI journal

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The Disability Monitor Initiative (DMI) for Middle East is an advocacy initiative that gathers and disseminates information on relevant disability topics underpinning the move towards full participation and equal opportunities of people with disabilities. The DMI-ME is primarily based on field research consulting with people with disabilities, service providers, members of civil society, government officials and local authorities
A quarterly publication
Free online

Southern Med review

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ISSN: 11742704
The objective of Southern Med Review is to disseminate commentary and empirical research findings with a view to improve medicine use and access, especially in the Global South.
Free online subscription is available for readers to recieve notification emails of new content
Quarterly

Global health action

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An international peer-reviewed Open Access journal, which aims to contribute to fuelling a more concrete, hands-on approach to global health challenges
Articles posted online when ready for publication
Free online
Free online subscription for publishing notification service

The international journal of occupational and environmental medicine

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A peer-reviewed, open access publication of articles relevant to epidemiology, prevention, diagnosis, and management of occupational and environmental diseases. It also covers work-related injury and illness, accident and illness prevention, health promotion, health education, the establishment and implementation of health and safety standards, monitoring of the work environment, and the management of recognized hazards. The aim is specifically to address those diseases associated with petrochemical and oil industries.
eISSN: 2008-6814
pISSN: 2008-6520
Readers are encouraged to sign up to recieve the Table of Contents for each new issue of the journal by email
Quarterly
Free

Population reports

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Designed to provide an accurate and authoritative overview of developments of issues in family planning and related health and development fields. The information is clearly presented. The journal is now available on CD-ROM which includes interactive enhancements such as video and audio of experts explaining their research, animated charts and diagrams, and links from selected POPLINE records to over 2,500 pages of full-text documents.
Quarterly
Free (developing countries)
US$2 (per copy for readers in developed countries who want multiple copies)
US$35 (full sets of reports in print)

Health and human rights|an international journal

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Explores the reciprocal influences of health and human rights, including the impact of public health programmes and policies on human rights, the health consequences of human rights violations, the importance of health for the realisation of human rights, and the ways in which promotion of human rights can be incorporated as an integral part of public health strategies
Two times a year
Free online

Bulletin of the World Health Organization|the international journal of public health

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Focuses on a particular issue each month and contains reviews of latest scientific and biomedical research. Places research findings and policy-relevant discussion side by side to highlight good practice in approaching health problems.The full-text of articles are available in full-text, free-of-charge on the WHO website. A monthly table of contents is also available by email alert
12 issues per year
Free online
Print : 181.00 CHF - (developing countries), 331.00 CHF - (elsewhere)

Health policy and planning

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Covers issues in health policy, planning, management and evaluation, and focuses on these issues in the developing world. It is particularly relevant to those working in international health, planning, medical care and public health, but should also have appeal for readers outside the health sector in such fields as social policy and community development
Four times a year
Many articles free online

Environment and urbanization

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Articles in issues more than two years old are available free, online
Institutional (Print & E-access) 323.00 GBP
Institutional (E-access) 291.00 GBP
Institutional (Print Only) 317.00 GBP
Professional Institution (Print & E-access) 65.00 GBP
Individual (Print Only) 41.00 GBP

Oasis|the WaterAid journal

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Articles focus on WaterAid-funded projects in Africa and South Asia, concentrating on the provision of safe water supplies, effective sanitation and hygiene promotion
Twice a year
Free

Africa renewal [formerly: Africa recovery]

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Covers a variety of development related issues in Africa, with a specific country focus for each issue. Issues relating to debt, the environmental, political and economic aspects, are included, as well as latest developments in diseases and disease control
Four times a year
Free online

Leprosy review

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Aims to contribute towards the better understanding of leprosy and its control. Contains original papers on all aspects of leprosy, including research
Quarterly
45.00 GBP
Some free copies available on request to organisations unable to pay
Free online

Malaria matters|featuring Netting news

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Provides access to operational research, technical advances and lessons learned about malaria and insecticide treated bednets. Each issue contains a feature article on current research, events or concerns, summaries of projects, products, meetings and reviews of recent articles, books or newsletters. Contributions and suggestions from all readers are welcome
Produced irregularly
Free

African journal of reproductive health

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A multi-disciplinary international journal that publishes original research, comprehensive review articles, short reports, and commentaries on reproductive health in Africa. The journal strives to provide a forum for African authors, as well as others working in Africa, to share findings on all aspects of reproductive health, and to disseminate innovative, relevant, and useful information on reproductive health throughout the continent. Peer-reviewed
Three or four times a year

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