Those within the academic community will be considering open access over the coming week, Open Access Week. Open access (OA) refers to free, unrestricted online access to research, such as journal articles.
As we commemorate the anniversary of Louis Pasteur’s death on World Rabies Day today, let us not lose sight of the deep appreciation for the sanctity of children’s lives that exercised Pasteur – “When I approach a child he inspires in me two sentiments; tenderness for what he is and respect for w
Read our special issue on Surveillance, Guest Edited by Professor David Durrheim and Dr Joseph Fitchett. This issue looks at innovation in public health surveillance through a mix of freely available commentaries, reviews and research articles.
To support World Malaria Day, we have put together a collection of papers from Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene and International Health over the past 2 years focusing on malaria prevention and elimination.
March's issue of International Health is now available online and includes the Editor's Choice paper from Espindola et al on 'Strategies for halting the rise of multidrug resistant TB epidemics: assessing the effect of early case detection and isolation'.
The focus of this year's World TB Day is "Unite to End TB". To support the day, the RSTMH Journals have made a number of their TB papers freely available, including last year's Transactions TB Special issue.