A book Myles Wilson Pub. 2006 by Stewardship ISBN 978-0-9553320-0-5
The Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative (HINARI) provides free or very low cost online access to the major journals in biomedical and related social sciences to local, not-for-profit institutions in developing countries.
The HINARI program, set up by WHO together with major publishers was launched in January 2002. HINARI gives access to one of the world's largest collections of biomedical and health literature. Over 3750 journal titles are now available to health institutions in 113 countries, benefiting many thousands of health workers and researchers, and in turn, contributing to improved world health.
Hesperian Health Guides promotes health and self determination in poor communities worldwide by making health information accessible. Our first book, Where There Is No Doctor, is considered to be one of the most accessible and widely used community health books in the world.
INASP-Health is a cooperative network for organizations and individuals working to improve access to reliable, relevant information for health professionals in developing and transitional countries. Services include: Advisory and Referral Service; Health Information Forum; 'HIF-net at WHO' email discussion list; INASP-Health Directory; INASP Health Links gateway; and INASP Newsletter. Participation is free of charge and without obligation..
The Journal of Christian Nursing strives to help Christian nurses view nursing practice through the eyes of faith. It is a professional journal by and for nurses. Topics covered include Christian concepts in nursing, professional issues, spiritual care, ethics, values, healing and wholeness, psychology and religion, personal and professional life, patient/client experiences which include a faith dimension (including case studies), and stories of nurses who have stepped out in faith to care for others in new or unusual ways in the U.S. or overseas.
An International Journal to Promote Eye Health Worldwide. Other publications include, books, sets of teaching slides and videos. The Journal is free to overseas workers.
A helpful guide for doctors 'thrown in at the deep end', C Andrew Pearson, ISBN 1 8711 8802 3. Available from TALC. Price £6.80
Useful book from Professionals and students. See webpage
A UK based central source of information relating to childbirth and to disseminate this information to midwives and others, both nationally and internationally. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest provides maternity health professionals with an overview of key midwifery and medical research to inform their practice. MIDIRS Enquiry Service provides access to more in-depth information about topics of interest.
OMNI (Organising Medical Networked Information) is a gateway to evaluated, quality Internet resources in health and medicine, aimed at students, researchers, academics and practitioners in the health and medical sciences. OMNI is created by a core team of information specialists and subject experts based at the University of Nottingham Greenfield Medical Library, in partnership with key organisations throughout the UK and further afield.
India's first, peer reviewed, 'online only' biomedical journal. The journal publishes articles of contemporary interest and original works of biomedical professionals.
OJHAS is published exclusively Online, and is a Free Access Medical Journal. We support the initiatives to provide free access to biomedical literature online.
(Book or CD-ROM) by Patrick Johnstone - WEC INTL/ OM Publishing - an overview of each country in the world from the perspective of Christian mission.
A magazine on Reproductive Health in less developed countries. Produced 4 times a year by the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH). Free to overseas workers.
Published 4 times a year. Free to overseas workers.
An electronic health information access tool for health researchers in the developing world, run by the University of Toronto Library. Allows on-line access to the Library's full archive of journals, research papers and other resources.
Rural and Remote Health Journal was initiated in 1998 by a grant to Deakin University from the Department of Human Services, Rural health Division, Victoria, Australia. The initial vision was to serve rural and remote communities throughout the world by providing a community forum and specific health-related information
A Practice Guide for use in Developing Countries - By Ted Lankester (2nd edition). 2002. Pub Macmillan also available from Interhealth
A practical guide for cross-cultural teamwork. A short-term overseas project checklist. Ditch Townsend. ISBN 125078 240 7. Available from STL
Supplies teaching aids, CD Roms and a wide range of appropriate technology medical textbooks and have a scheme to provide small libraries of health related books to hospitals and district health centres.
The main advocate for global action on the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It leads, strengthens and supports an expanded response aimed at preventing transmission of HIV, providing care and support, reducing the vulnerability of individuals and communities to HIV/AIDS, and alleviating the impact of the epidemic.
By Ted Lankester (of Interhealth). A health survival manual for volunteers and expatriates working abroad. Published by Sheldon Press. Visit http://shop.interhealth.org.uk/
This training toolkit is designed to provide basic training on HIV treatment and care for health care workers in resource-limited settings, to support the safe and effective introduction of antiretroviral therapy.
Published by the Royal Society of Medicine. Tropical Doctor provides an ideal forum for sharing experiences and establishing best practice, aiding communication between medical professionals in different environments. Doctors working in district level hospitals and community services will find this publication particularly useful.
Notes from the CMO, CNO and CPO.
The Trust's mission is 'to foster and promote research with the aim of improving human and animal health'. Reflecting the profound impact today's research will have on society, the Wellcome Trust also seeks to raise awareness of the medical, ethical and social implications of research and promote dialogue between scientists, the public and policy makers.
World Anaesthesia is a journal for anaesthetists' interested in or working in developing countries. Since it was first published over twelve years ago, its circulation has grown to 3,000 per issue for its English-language edition, 3,000 in Chinese Mandarin, 2,000 in Russian, 1,400 in Spanish and 500 in French.
World Anaesthesia Online. An educational journal for anaesthetists in developing countries available via the Internet.
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