VIDEO GLOSSARY


Our MPH students enrolled in the course on Investing in Global Health and Development, have taken some of the key concepts in global health and financing, and filmed short videos explaining these concepts. The result is an interesting and engaging video glossary that can be accessed by students, academics, practitioners and those interested in global health and financing. Each video has a reference source for further reading. Please give credit when citing the video for academic use.      

The course in 'Investing in Global Health and Development' is offered as part of the Masters in Public Health programme at the Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics, University of Edinburgh. 


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World Health Organisation. 2017. The WHO Health Systems Framework. Link here.


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World Health Organization. 2017. 10 facts on maternal health. Link here.

 


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World Health Organization. 2017. Child health. Link here.


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Koplan J. 2009. Towards a common definition of global health. Lancet; 373: 1993-95. Link here


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Koplan J. 2009. Towards a common definition of global health. Lancet; 373: 1993-95. Link here


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United Nations. 2015. Sustainable Development Goals. Link here.


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World Health Organization. 2017. Social determinants of health. Link here.  


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World Health Organization. 2002. Global health governance: A conceptual review. Link here.


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Ng N and Prah Ruger J. 2011. Global Health Governance at a Crossroads. Glob Health Gov 21; 3(2): 1–37. Link here


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United Nations. 2017. Non-governmental organisations. Link here


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United Nations Economic and Social Council. 2017. International non-governmental organization. Link here


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UNICEF. 2017. Civil society organisation. Link here.


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Sridhar D. 2012. Who Sets the Global Health Research Agenda? The Challenge of Multi-Bi Financing. PLoS Medicine9(9), e1001312. Link here


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World Health Organization. Link here


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Sridhar D, Winters J, and Strong E. 2017. World Bank's financing, priorities, and lending structures for global health. BMJ 358. Link here


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OECD. 2017. Development assistance committee. Link here.


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Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. Link here.


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World Health Organization. 2017. Metrics: Disability-Adjusted Life Year (DALY). Link here.


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Financial Times. 2017. Gross domestic product. Link here.


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OECD. 2017. DAC Glossary of key terms. Link here.


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Winters J. 2017. Public-Private Partnerships: Global Health Panaceas. Global Health Governance. Link here.


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Gautier A, and Pache AC.2015. Research on corporate philanthropy: A review and assessment. Journal of Business Ethics, 126: 343–69. Link here


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Winters J and Sridhar D. 2017. Earmarking for global health: Benefits and perils of the World Bank's trust fund model. BMJ 358. Link here


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The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. Link here.


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Fernandes G and Sridhar D. 2017. World Bank and the Global Financing Facility. BMJ 358. Link here