Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Volume 82, Number 2, February 2004, 82-159

IN THIS MONTH'S BULLETIN

Malaria control and child mortality; Public-private partnerships in Nepal; Patient advocacy and arthritis; Measles-free world by 2015?

EDITORIALS

Mortality certification and cause-of-death reporting in developing countries
- Abla Mehio Sibai

Insecticide-treated nets for malaria control: real gains
- Christian Lengeler

RESEARCH

Insecticide-treated curtains and child mortality, Burkina Faso
- D.A Diallo et al.

Public–private partnership to control tuberculosis in Nepal
- James N. Newell et al.

Hepatitis B vaccine freezing in Indonesian cold chain
- Carib M. Nelson et al.

Patient evaluations and WHO performance measures in 12 European countries
- Jan J. Kerssens et al.

POLICY & PRACTICE

Patient advocacy and arthritis: moving forward
- Amye L. Leong & Liana Euller-Ziegler

Second-generation HIV surveillance
- Thomas Rehle et al.

Regulatory pathways for vaccines for developing countries
- Julie Milstien & Lahouari Belgharbi

PUBLIC HEALTH REVIEW

Can measles be eradicated globally?
- Ciro A. de Quadros

PUBLIC HEALTH CLASSIC

Uncertainty and the welfare economics of medical care
- Kenneth Arrow

Commentary: Kenneth Arrow and the birth of health economics
- William D. Savedoff

BOOKS & ELECTRONIC MEDIA

Child public health
- Harry Campbell
Global public health: a new era
- John Powles

NEWS

News

SARS virus returns to China as scientists race to find effective vaccine; Mali takes grass roots approach to ending female genital mutilation; Science meets tradition and identifies herbal treatment for jaundice; Delays in legislation slow the progress of CME in India

WHO News

WHO joins international effort to help Bam earthquake survivors; Health-related Millennium Development Goals out of reach for many countries; Polio will be finished by year’s end, say Ministers of Health

Feature story

Delays in legislation slow the progress of CME in India

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