Guest blog by Meghan Reidy and Marco Schäferhoff, Evidence to Policy Initiative (E2Pi), San Francisco, USA. The World Bank announced this week a new open data initiative, which provides free and open access to the
This week in PLoS Medicine: Call for better global health data; Pregnancies at risk of malaria in 2007; Lessons for a stronger institutional framework; and more!
Read the new papers published in PLoS Medicine this week, including a Research Article that finds at least 125.2 million women at risk of malaria become pregnant each year, a Health in Action that discuss
The third UN World Food Summit assembles this week. But despite the fact that more than one billion people go hungry every day, the most powerful world leaders will not be attending. Only one of
Guest blog by Chris Beyrer MD, MPH, Director of the Center for Public Health and Human Rights, Professor of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore USA. Uganda has long been viewed as
June in PLoS Medicine: Conflict and Reproductive Health; Antibiotics are not Automatic; Water in Wired; and much more
New articles are published by PLoS Medicine every week, but in our archive you can see that articles are also organised into monthly issues. There was a diverse and provocative mix of articles published in
When I was researching this month’s PLoS Medicine editorial arguing that clean water should be recognised as a human right my colleague Larry Peiperl sent me this quote by W.H. Auden: Thousands have lived without