About Global Health at LSE
Global Health at LSE is a platform for the latest expert analysis on social, economic and policy affairs, related to global health debates. Multidisciplinary in scope, the blog is a platform to share Global Health expertise from across the School. It showcases LSE’s ability to apply rigorous social science research to emerging global health challenges. The Blog provides accessible and critical commentary from academics, practitioners and policymakers to enhance public understandings of global health.
Global Health at LSE is hosted by the Global Health Initiative.
The Global Health at LSE blog welcomes submissions from researchers across the social sciences, as well as practitioners and policymakers engaged in global health work. The blog encourages the latest research and analysis written in an accessible style to reach the widest possible audience. Submissions from researchers based in low and middle income settings are particularly encouraged.
Submissions should be strictly between 800–1,200 words, written for a wide audience and start by highlighting the broader context. Blogging guidelines for submissions are available here. For further information, please contact the Lead Editor Charnele Nunes via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be aware we receive a large number of submissions and we will make our best efforts to confirm receipt.
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Unless otherwise specified, all Global Health at LSE posts are published under a Creative Commons licence (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0). This means that you are free to republish them unmodified and properly attributed, with a link to the original article. Please take care with imagery, however, as items may occasionally remain under copyright.
The views expressed on the Global Health at LSE blog are those of the authors alone. They do not reflect the position of the Global Health Initiative, nor that of the London School of Economics and Political Science.
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LSE is committed to building a diverse, equitable and truly inclusive university. LSE believes that diversity is critical to maintaining excellence in all of our endeavours.