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Author Index - Andrew Tomkins

Andrew Tomkins MB FRCP is Professor of Paediatrics, Centre for International Child Health, University College London

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Tackling global health inequalities (triple helix - summer 2016)

Why are so many people excluded from healthcare? Being poor and disadvantaged is generally recognised as being 'bad for your health.' (1) The WHO Global Health Observatory (2) website displays striking differences in healthcare coverage according to country, education and poverty. But there are many other important reasons for exclusion...

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The Changing Scene in Global Health (triple helix - winter 2015)

In the last century Christianity became a truly global faith, as Todd Johnson has pointed out: 'At the dawn of the twentieth century the statistical centre of global Christianity was near Madrid, Spain. In fact, at that time, over 80% of all Christians were European or North American. By 2010...

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Submission to DFID on maternal health (22/10/2010)

Submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship to the Department for International Development Consultation on Maternal Health Strategy: 'Choice for women: wanted pregnancies, safe births' Download CMF submission as pdf
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Improving international child health (triple helix - winter 2007)

Eleven million children died last year, mostly in the developing world from perinatal causes and infections such as pneumonia, malaria, diarrhoea and HIV. Malnutrition was an underlying factor in more than half these deaths. Many millions more had disability or impaired child development and an unrecognised number of children suffered...

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Better Health for the World's Children (triple helix - spring 2000)

Childhood illness was common and healing and compassion were an important part of the ministry of Jesus Christ 2000 years ago. Just two hundred years ago, under five mortality rates were over 300 per 1000 live births in the UK and probably even higher among children in poor countries. In...

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