In this month’s Bulletin
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2019;97:729. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.19.001119
In an editorial, Ab Fatah Ab Rahman (729) argues for increased capacity to monitor adverse drug reactions in community settings.
In the news section, Sophie Cousins (733–734) reports on urban programmes to reduce gun violence in Colombia and interviews Balram Bhargava (735–736) about his efforts to foster needed innovation in the health sector.
Provision of family planning services
Tieba Millogo et al. (783–788) examine the effects of task-shifting.
Informing female sex workers of their HIV status
Sue Napierala et al. (764–776) study ways of providing self-testing kits.
East of the Urals
Ivan Meshkov et al. (737–745) examine the variables affecting tuberculosis prevalence.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Measles vaccination coverage
Michael Edelstein et al. (754–763) triangulate data sources.
Paying for universal health coverage
Bernadette Ann-Marie O’Hare (746–753) estimates the potential health sector gains of addressing international corporate tax avoidance.
Physical fitness of young people
Neil Armstrong and Jo Welsman (777–782) examine myths and misconceptions.