Zoë Mullan, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Global Health, and the journal’s authors explore their research and its impact on people’s health, health care, and health policy in this regular podcast.
Simon Wigley and Luke Allen on non-communicable disease policy implementation
18:15Liam Messin of The Lancet Global Health talks to Professor Simon Wigley and Dr Luke Allen about their research investigating the implementation of global non-communicable disease policy worldwide.Read the full article:Non-communicable disease policy implementation from 2014 to 2021: a repeated cross-sectional analysis of global policy data for 194 countries
Pamela Jeyaraj and Stephen Knight on malnutrition and cancer surgery outcomes across the world
16:38Nina Putnis of The Lancet Global Health speaks to Professor Pamela Jeyaraj and Mr Stephen Knight about their research understanding the link between malnutrition and outcomes after surgery for bowel cancer across 75 countries.Read the full article:Impact of malnutrition on early outcomes after cancer surgery
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Refiloe Masekela and Luis Garcia-Marcos on worldwide asthma management
19:36Liam Messin of The Lancet Global Health talks to Associate Prof Refiloe Masekela and Prof Luis Garcia-Marcos about their research investigating the control and management of asthma worldwide.Read the full article:Asthma management and control in children, adolescents, and adults in 25 countries: a Global Asthma Network Phase I cross-sectional study
Martha Mushi and Dominique Green on antimicrobial resistance and the role of poverty in the misuse of antibiotics in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda
16:44Nina Putnis of The Lancet Global Health speaks to Dr Martha Mushi and Dr Dominique Green about their research assessing the impact of multidimensional poverty on the self-medication and non-adherence of antibiotics in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda and the links to antimicrobial resistance.
Kate Grabowski and Joseph Kagaayi on STI prevalence in Uganda
21:20Liam Messin of The Lancet Global Health talks to Dr Kate Grabowski and Dr Joseph Kagaayi about their research investigating the HIV and STI syndemic in southern Uganda.Read the full article:The HIV and sexually transmitted infection syndemic following mass scale-up of combination HIV interventions in two communities in southern Uganda
Manoj Murhekar and William Moss on Measles and Rubella vaccination campaigns in India
20:16Nina Putnis of The Lancet Global Health talks to Dr Manoj Murhekar and Prof William Moss about their research using seroprevalence to understand the impact of Measles and Rubella campaigns in India.Read the full article:Evaluating the effect of measles and rubella mass vaccination campaigns on seroprevalence in India
Olusegun Alatise on colorectal cancer screening in Nigeria
14:27Mandip Aujla talks to Olusegun Alatise about colorectal cancer screening in Nigeria.Read the full article:Colorectal cancer screening with fecal immunochemical testing: a community-based, cross-sectional study in average-risk individuals in Nigeria
Kara Hanson on financing primary health care
19:19Zoë Mullan talks to lead author Kara Hanson about the main findings and recommendations of the Commission on financing primary health care.Read the full Commission:The Lancet Global Health Commission on financing primary health care: putting people at the centre
Rashidatu Kamara and Tom Wingfield on MDR-TB in Sierra Leone
23:57Nina Putnis talks to Rashidatu Kamara and Tom Wingfield about their new research on the social and health factors associated with adverse treatment outcomes among people with MDR-TB in Sierra Leone. Read the full article:Social and health factors associated with adverse treatment outcomes among people with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Sierra Leone