Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Current issue: October 2014

• Medical & nursing students' intentions to work abroad or in rural areas
• Tracking injuries & violent deaths in Honduras
• WHO should be involved in drafting sustainable development goals
• Shift to community-based mental health services in the Czech Republic
• Daniel Bausch interview: why the Ebola virus disease outbreak in western Africa is different
• Does eliminating user fees for health services improve health?
• Measuring health & happiness in Finland, Poland and Spain
• Evaluating national alcohol control policies in Asia & the Pacific
• Has access to treatment for HIV improved life expectancy?

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