This weeks brings us…
- New research which highlights the importance of social policies in contributing to health inequalities between lone and couple mothers in Italy, Britain and Sweden.
- Too Much contributer Sam Pigazzi asks how long will Americans tolerate such an unrepresentative political status quo.
- In the latest issue from the International Journal of Cuban Health and Medicine, Dr. Pastor Castell-Florit provides a framework for bridging the divide between intersectoral discourse and action on health.
- PAHO/WHO is hosting a symposium entitled Connecting Ideas and Knowledge Sharing on Equity and Health in Washington D.C. on February 24th. To participate in person or virtually, confirm you availability before February 22nd
- The Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research is hosting the First Global Symposium on Health Systems Research-Science to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage, the Call for Abstracts is now open