Articles by Deepika Saluja

Deepika is an EV2016 and currently an IHP resident at ITM Antwerp.

Some reflections on the Liverpool (2018) EV4GH venture

Posted in articles by on November 16, 2018

As was  covered just last week,  the 6th  Emerging Voices for Global Health (EV4GH) venture (EV2018) took place in Liverpool last month, just before the 5th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research.  By now, EV4GH is a global health network of almost 300 emerging and emerged voices from across the … Read more »

My hopes and worries for “Modicare”

Posted in articles by on September 14, 2018

India’s journey towards Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is gaining special attention since the Modi Government announced the country’s largest health care programme ever, named ‘Ayushman Bharat’ on 1st Feb, 2018 – just a year before the general elections scheduled in 2019. By way of example, Richard Horton discusses in this … Read more »

Climate change – a frightening reality: A short report from two conferences I attended in North America

Posted in articles by and on November 24, 2017

2017: A year with multiple hurricanes of category 4-5 devastating Texas, Florida and the Caribbean islands; monsoon floods displacing millions and killing thousands in South Asia; record wildfires burning ~8.5 mn acres of land in the western US, leaving people around Oregon, Washington and California choking on dangerous levels of … Read more »

Post-travel reflections on the issue of homelessness

Posted in articles by on January 27, 2017

I was on a conference marathon, attending 3 prominent international conferences in the area of Public Health (QHR2016, APHA2016 & HSR2016) and an intense training program (EV4GH) across several cities of the U.S. & Canada. It was during my visit to these places that I found numerous homeless people sitting … Read more »