Global Health and Nutrition Literature
2020 Global Nutrition Report
Building Global Nutrition Policies in Health Care: Insights for Tackling Malnutrition from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2019 Global Nutrition Research and Policy Forum: A report on a global nutrition meeting attending by Academy representatives.
Building Global Nutrition Policies PDF
Global Health: Diseases, Programs, Systems and Policies by Michael H. Person, Robert E. Black, Anne J. Mills; 4th ed.
Global Health Partnerships: Check Your Privilege at the Border | Lisa V. Adams | TEDxDartmouth
After 10 years of working in global health, Adams learned firsthand how easy it is for the US partner to inadvertently steamroll a global partnership and jeopardize an entire project. Adams explains what’s at risk when partners from wealthy countries collaborate with low-income partners and ignore the inherent power imbalance and complex historical legacies of the places where they work.
Hinari Programme set up by WHO together with major publishers, enables low- and middle- income countries to gain access to one of the world's largest collections of biomedical and health literature. Up to 20,000 journals, up to 64,000 e-books, up to 110 other information resources are now available to health institutions in more than 125 countries, areas and territories. Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish
How NOT to save the world: Why U.S. students who go to poor countries to ‘do good’ often do the opposite by Lisa Adams
New Where There is No Doctor, Hesperian Foudation
Nutrition and Health in Developing Countries by Richard Semba and Martin W. Bloem; 2nd edition from 2008.
Repositioning Nutrition as Central to Development: A Strategy for Large Scale Action from the World Bank
Public Health Guide in Emergencies from Johns Hopkins and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent 2008. (Chapter 9 is especially relevant for RDNs)
The future of global health education: training for equity in global health by Lisa Adams
The Lancet: Breastfeeding
The Lancet: Child & Maternal Nutrition
The Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN) Knowledge Hub
The Knowledge Hub is a search facility designed to help you find key resources on implementation science in nutrition. This includes a wide range of materials from journal articles, papers, case studies, reports and presentations.
UNICEF/WHO/The World Bank Group joint child malnutrition estimates: levels and trends in child malnutrition: key findings of the 2020 edition
UNSCN Nutrition: UNSCN Nutrition is a periodic review of developments in international nutrition compiled by UNSCN from a variety of sources of information. It aims to serve as a communication channel for the international nutrition community of practice, highlighting recent developments in policy and programme. The UNSCN Nutrition has published peer reviewed papers on relevant nutritional issues including updates on UNSCN members’ activities twice a year since 1988. Recent topics include: Nutrition in a Digital World; Food environments: Where people meet the food system; Changing Food Systems for Better Nutrition
UNSCN Publications: UNSCN publications are designed for nutrition practitioners, programme managers and development workers around the world to provide them with cutting edge information on the latest news on food and nutrition policy and programming. Topics include "Discussion Papers" on urban-rural linkages for nutrition; non-communicable diseases; water and nutrition; schools as systems to improve nutrition; sustainable diets; and malnutrition.
WHO e- Library of Evidence for Nutrition Actions(eLENA). Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish