|Deadline for submission is 31st May 2019 The AMA Journal of Ethics® is producing a theme issue dedicated to examining the complex ethics in the inequity in global cancer prevention. Cancer is predicted to be the number one killer in the 21st century and 70% of the cancer burden is concentrated in LMICs. 30-50% are preventable, but prevention efforts are often neglected. With so much focus appropriately turned toward tackling NCDs, this issue comes at an opportune time. The scope of the focus covers both the pediatric and adult populations in categories of bioethics, public health, research, policy, law, and education (no background in ethics is required). Presently there is an open call for papers! There is a deadline of May 31st 2019 for submissions.” I am hoping that you will consider reviewing the call and submitting, as well as helping to distribute widely among your professional networks. Additionally, my hope is to have a strong representation of voices from LMICs! There is no fee for submission or publication” Zachary Tabb Editorial Fellow with the AMA Journal of Ethics®. More information can be found here: https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/call-papers (scroll to the February 2020 issue). There are so many great voices in the CUGH community that I know would be valuable additions to raising awareness in this neglected arena. For any questions contact Zachary Tabb <firstname.lastname@example.org>
IDF selfie campaign on Universal Health Coverage
The International Diabetes Federation requests Your Support
Dear IDF Member,
We are reaching out to request your support in disseminating the IDF selfie campaign on Universal Health Coverage we have launched, to raise awareness about the need to ensure affordable essential diabetes care for everyone, everywhere.
How to participate
Information about why we have developed this selfie campaign and how to participate in it can be found here: https://www.idf.org/our-activities/advocacy-awareness/campaigns/universal-health-coverage.html.
Examples of selfies
You can find the selfies we have already received in this Flickr gallery: https://bit.ly/2Gi049E
How to support this campaign
You can support IDF by:
Sharing this email with information about how to participate in the selfie campaign with your network
If you or someone in your team has diabetes, submitting a selfie for the campaign
If you have social media channels, sharing with your network the selfies that IDF will post on its Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (and, if possible, translate them to your national language)
Do not hesitate in contacting email@example.com if you have any questions or comments. We thank you in advance for your support.
IDF Advocacy team
Resolve To Save Lives Announces US$1.25 Million In Grants To Promote Heart Health In Low-And Middle-Income Countries.
The CBC Health services (CBCHS) has been selected as one of these organizations to promote heart health in Cameroon. In the days ahead the CBCHS will be running this project with support from LINKS to “Standardize hypertension care and specialist services in five main health service facilities, develop electronic health management information system, and improve patient retention and care through clinic visits and community-based follow-up”.
Read more: http://www.vitalstrategies.org/press/resolve-to-save-lives-announces-us1-25-million-in-grants-to-promote-heart-health-in-low-and-middle-income-countries/