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Update: the submission deadline for the Special Issue on Diabetes Prevention has been extended to March 18. The PLOS Medicine Editors announce a summer Special Issue on Diabetes Prevention to be guest edited by Prof.
PLOS NTDs co-Editor-in-Chief Serap Aksoy and Associate Editor Dan Masiga conduct a Manuscript Writing Workshop at University of Nairobi, Kenya.
By Serap Aksoy and Joel Ochieng An important goal for PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases (PLOS NTDs) is to develop global capacity in publication practices in low- and middle-income countries, given that NTDs disproportionately affect people
This week sees a major update to the PLOS Collection “Blue Marble Health: the mismatch between national wealth and population health” with the addition of 50 new papers, including two new editorials published today in
Michelle Mello, Maria Merritt, and Scott Halpern discuss healthcare institutions’ responsibilities to support their employees’ volunteer efforts in Ebola-affected regions. This is a pre-publication version of a manuscript that has been accepted by PLOS Medicine
We’re delighted to announce the addition of new content to our Maternal Health Task Force-PLOS Collection on Maternal Health. This Year 2 Collection, with the theme of “maternal health is women’s health,” emphasizes the importance
I had the pleasure today of officially launching the Year 1 Open Access Collection on Maternal Health that PLOS has developed with the Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF), a leading organization coordinating efforts to improve
Last week PLoS Medicine published a new sponsored collection, Investigating the Impact of Treatment on New HIV Infections, which addresses the issues for evidence-informed policy that have been raised by studies showing that antiretroviral treatment
In the third post of a short series reflecting on last month’s Getting in the Access Loop webinar organised by the Humanitarian Centre, HIFA2015 and PLoS, Allan Mwesiga from the Pan African Medical Journal discusses the role of
Across the UK, thousands of newly qualified doctors are celebrating passing their exams and finishing medical school. Perhaps it is better seen as the end of the beginning, and a chance to reflect on the