Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Volume 84, Number 1, January 2006, 1-80

IN THIS MONTH'S BULLETIN

Demand-driven evidence for policy-making; Congenital rubella syndrome in Myanmar; Child health in complex emergencies; tuberculosis and Russian health systems

EDITORIALS

Demand-driven evidence network in Europe
- Anca Dumitrescu et al.

Revisiting Lessons from the Field
- The Bulletin of the World Health Organization

NEWS

News

Was 2005 the year of natural disasters?; New type of R&D cooperation spawns malaria drugs

WHO News

Interview with Dr Margaret Chan; WHO clinical trials initiative to protect the public; Recent news from WHO

RESEARCH

Surveillance for congenital rubella syndrome in Myanmar
- Kyaw-Zin-Thant et al.

Health care expenditure in Burkina Faso
- Tin Tin Su, Bocar Kouyaté, & Steffen Flessa

Flocculant–disinfectant to reduce diarrhoea in children
- Tom M Chiller et al.

Assessing the dental needs of schoolchildren in Thailand
- Sudaduang Gherunpong, Aubrey Sheiham, & Georgios Tsakos

Tuberculosis control and health-systems efficiency
- Katherine Floyd et al.

POLICY & PRACTICE

Storage of hepatitis B vaccine
- David B Hipgrave, James E Maynard, & Beverley-Ann Biggs

LESSONS FROM THE FIELD

Enhanced disease surveillance through private sector in Pakistan
- Mohammad Imran Khan et al.

BOOKS & ELECTRONIC MEDIA

La réforme des régimes de soins de santé: cadre international et communautaire, thématiques actuelles
- Jean Perrot

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Updated guidelines for contributors

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