CALL FOR PAPERS
Bringing together ancient and contemporary theological perspectives on global health service and disaster risk managment, ethics in cross cultural healthcare education, program integration, and best practices in short-term global health service.
A collection of articles related to thoughtful faith-based approaches to the care for displaced populations in Jordan, Kenya, Turkey and Australia; and the latest global health issues from the academic global health and publishing world.
A rebuttal to the article Should Evangelical Christian organizations support international family planning? A report from Humanity 2.0 Conference on maternal health and the media. The gospel in African contexts. An evaluation of a CHE intervention in Cambodia. International advocacy messaging for global nutrition. and more on medical education as mission.
"Three things are necessary for the salvation of man: to know what he ought to believe; to know what he ought to desire; and to know what he ought to do." - Thomas Aquinas, Two Precepts of Charity, 1273
A profile of Christian faith-based responses to palliative care and end-of-life care from 3 continents, along with studies on FBO contributions to health care in Kenya, psychosocial disability, analysis of missionary recruitment, and ethical challenges of international family planning.
A special issue focussing on both operational and ethical approaches to healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy, allong with several other articles on faith based partnerships and developing community health workers.