on September 30, 2022
We have a fairly lengthy Featured article this week, ànd my booster vaccine from Tuesday made me feel rather lousy for a couple of days ( Clearly my body doesn’t enjoy an intruder ‘made by Albert Bourla’ 😊), so I’m sure you won’t mind a short intro this week.
So let me just draw your attention to this lovely BMJ Global Health Editorial, “The feudal structure of global health and its implications for decolonisation” in which, among others, the authors discuss the global health version of ‘The Crown’ . In the Editorial, ‘The Crown’ stands for a small group of multilateral entities and HIC universities who (still) control the global health knowledge and practice ecosystem. Like the Netflix series, very much recommended! And let’s hope various readers and stakeholders will get the message.
Although not from the UK, we also quite agree with Nason Maani and Martin McKee, in their BMJ Opinion, “The commercial determinants of health: The mini-budget is...