Bulletin of WHO Vol. 92, No. 04, 2014
WHO BULLETIN. (Published in English with abstracts in French, Spanish, Arabic)
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.     2014        80   pages
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The Bulletin of the World Health Organization is an international journal of public health with a special focus on developing countries. Since it was first published in 1948, the Bulletin has become one of the world's leading public health journals. As the flagship periodical of the World Health Organization (WHO), the Bulletin draws on WHO experts as editorial advisers, reviewers and authors as well as on external collaborators.

In this month's issue: Human rabies in India: a problem needing more attention; The lack of progress in reducing anaemia among women: the inconvenient truth; Effect of breastfeeding on immunogenicity of oral live-attenuated human rotavirus vaccine: a randomized trial in HIV-uninfected infants in Soweto, South Africa; Bypassing primary care clinics for childbirth: a cross-sectional study in the Pwani region, United Republic of Tanzania; Global methylmercury exposure from seafood consumption and risk of developmental neurotoxicity: a systematic review; Monitoring compliance with high-level commitments in health: the case of the CARICOM Summit on Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases; Retaining doctors in rural Timor-Leste: a critical appraisal of the opportunities and challenges; Why ?improved? water sources are not always safe; Scale-up of a programme for malaria vector control using long-lasting insecticide-treated nets: lessons from South Sudan; A training programme to build cancer research capacity in low- and middle-income countries: findings from Guatemala; Early response to the emergence of influenza A(H7N9) virus in humans in China: the central role of prompt information sharing and public communication.