Clinical pneumonia in under-fives; Can religion promote tobacco control?; Obesity rising in developing countries; How can the MDGs succeed?
Patient safety — a global priority
- Sir Liam Donaldson & Pauline Philip
The sector-wide approach: a blessing for public health?
- Guy Hutton & Marcel Tanner
The role of religion in tobacco control interventions
- Fatimah El Awa
Estimate of global incidence of pneumonia among under-fives
- Igor Rudan et al.
ICD coding changes and cause-specific mortality in Europe
- Fanny Janssen et al.
Respiratory syncytial virus infection in four countries
- Susan E. Robertson et al.
Religion-based tobacco control interventions
- Samer Jabbour & Fouad Mohammad Fouad
Containment and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance
- Gunnar S. Simonsen et al.
Do fixed-dose combination pills or unit-of-use packaging improve adherence?
- Jennie Connor et al.
Socioeconomic status and obesity in developing countries
- Carlos A. Monteiro et al.
Health in the developing world: achieving the MDGs
- Jeffrey D. Sachs
Discussion - Guy J. Carrin; William D. Savedoff; Jennifer Prah Ruger; David Sanders
Guide de gestion des mutuelles de santé en Afrique
- Guy Carrin
Health impact assessment: concepts, theory, technique, and applications
- Jürg Utzinger
Advances in insect chemical ecology
- Samuel W. Page
Arguing the case for strengthening health systems; Macroeconomics and Health Commission findings become reality
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The Editorial Committee and Editorial Team would like to thank all those who gave generously of their time and expertise in reviewing the papers for the Bulletin 2004.
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