PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

The Social Life of Standards - Ethnographic Methods for Local Engagement

Dr. Janice Graham and colleagues edited a book which exmines how standards – political and technical tools for organizing society – are developed, applied, subverted, contested, and reassembled by local communities interacting with norms often created by others.

Transparency, Power, and Influence in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Policy Gain or Confidence Game?

Dr. Janice Graham and colleagues edited a book which evaluates the progress made in holding the pharmaceutical industry responsible for creating transparency in the industry, from development to market.

Canada’s response to international travel during COVID-19 pandemic – a media analysis

Drs Srikanth Kondreddy, Kumanan Wilson and colleagues published a paper examining Canadian media reporting on international travel restrictions during the pandemic, how these restrictions aligned with the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005), and how the narrative around international travel evolved over time

Should the Increased Awareness of the One Health Approach Brought by the COVID-19 Pandemic Be Used to Further Tackle the Challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance?

Drs Cécile Aenishaenlin, Hélène Carabin and colleagues published a new paper looking into adotping the One Health approach to takle antimicrobial resistance in the context of the pandemic.

Canada, global vaccine supply, and the TRIPS waiver / Le Canada, l’offre mondiale de vaccins et l’exemption ADPIC

Dr. Ronald Labonté and colleagues were invited to write on the global vaccine supply through a set of key questions.

Post-covid reforms: can we avoid fighting the last war?

Dr. Suerie Moon and Anna Bezruki published arn article arguing for the need of post-COVID-19 reforms to address new potential emerging pandemics.

Accounting for health inequities in the design of contact tracing interventions: a rapid review

Dr. Kate Zinszer and colleagues published rapid review to determine if and how health inequities were included in the design of contact tracing interventions in epidemic settings.

Global Health Diplomacy (GHD) and the integration of health into foreign policy: Towards a conceptual approach

Drs Arne Ruckert, Celia Almeida, Ronald Labonté and colleagues published an article which builds on empirical findings from a four-country study of the integration of health into foreign policy, and proposes a conceptual approach to GHD to improve understanding of the conditions under which health is successfully positioned on the foreign policy agenda.

Lessons learned from the resilience of Chinese hospitals to the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review

Dr. Kate Zinszer and colleagues published a scoping review of evidence on the resilience of hospitals in China during the COVID-19 crisis in the first half of 2020.

A survey of International Health Regulations National Focal Points experiences in carrying out their functions

Drs Corinne Packer, Arne Ruckert, Ronald Labonté, Kumanan Wilson and colleagues published a paper which assessed the experiences of International Health Regulations national focal points in carrying their functions.

Market Concentration of New Antibiotic Sales

Dr. Aidan Hollis and colleagues published an article which examined the average sales of new antibiotics during their first eight years on the market.

COVID-19 and the collapse of global trade: building an effective public health response

Dr. Ronald Labonté and colleagues published a paper on the consequences of the pandemic on international trade and the implications for health.

Politics of disease control in Africa and the critical role of global health diplomacy: A systematic review

Dr. Srikanth Kondreddy and colleagues published a new systematic review which aimed to understand the politics of disease control in Africa and global health diplomacy's critical role.

Rethinking knowledge translation for public health policy

Dr. Patrick Fafard and Dr. Steven Hoffman published an article on knowledge translation for public health policy.

Encouraging the Development of New Antibiotics: Are Financial Incentives the Right Way Forward? A Systematic Review and Case Study

Ilinca Dutescu and Dr. Sean Hillier published a new systematic review to understand which antibiotic incentive strategies are most recommended in the literature.

Dummy’s guide to how trade rules affect access to COVID-19 vaccines

Dr. Ronald Labonté and Dr. Brook Baker published an article addressing the different aspects related to trade rules and access to COVID-19 vaccines.

Building the Canadian Shield: A New Strategy to Protect Canadians From COVID and From the Fight Against COVID

The COVID Strategic Choices Group published a new document, proposing a new and bold strategy to protect Canadians against COVID-1. Dr. Andrew Morris, was one of the Group member experts.

Evaluation of the Cherokee Nation Hepatitis C Virus Elimination Program in the First 22 Months of Implementation

Dr. Hélène Carabin and colleagues publish the findings of a cohort study which evaluated the association of the Cherokee Nation HCV elimination program with each element of the cascade of care: HCV screening, linkage to care, treatment, and cure.

Antimicrobial stewardship in hospitals in Latin America and the Caribbean: a scoping review

Another publication from Global 1HN network members, Jennifer Hegewisch-Taylor, Anahi Dreser-Mansila, Julian Romero-Monico and Gabriel Levy-Hara, on on the global governance of AMR.

Canada's response to COVID-19 for Indigenous Peoples: a way forward?

Dr. Sean Hillier and colleagues sent a letter to the editor of the Canadian Journal of Public Health.

Enhancing the integration of social sciences in One Health research: A new Canadian Network for Global Governance of Infectious Disease and Antimicrobial Resistance

Drs. Cécile Aenishaenslin, Kate Zinszer, Christina Zarowksy, Arne Ruckert, Ronald Labonté, Hélène Carabin and colleagues presented on 30 October, at the 2020 World One Health Congress.

Indigenous Nationhood in the Age of COVID-19: Reflection on the Evolution of Sovereignty in Settler-Colonial States

Dr. Sean Hillier and colleagues published an article on a cross-Indigenous systems-level analysis of the assertion of nationahood and sovereignty by Indigenous Poeples within settler-colonial states.

Immunization governance: Mandatory immunization in 28 Global NITAG Network countries

Dr. Janice Graham and colleagues published an article on mandatory immunization in 28 countries.

Governing antimicrobial resistance: a narrative review of global governance mechanisms

Drs Arne Ruckert, Patrick Fafard, Suzanne Hindmarch, Andrew Morris, Corinne Packer, David Patrick, Scott Weese, Kumanan Wilson, Alex Wong, and Ronald Labonté published a new article on a narrative review of global governance mechanisms.

The International Health Regulations (2005), the threat of populism and the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Kumanan Wilson and colleagues signed a commentary on the International Health Regulations in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.


What role for One Health in the COVID-19 pandemic?

Dr. Arne Ruckert, Dr. Kate Zinszer, Dr. Christina Zarowsky, Dr. Ronald Labonté and Dr. Hélène Carabin published a commentary on the role of One Health in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Right Wing Politics and Public Policy: The Need for a Broad Frame and Further Research

Dr. Ronald Labonté makes a comment on “a scoping review of populist radical right parties’ influence on welfare policy and its implications for population health in Europe”.

Global clinical trial mobilization for COVID-19: higher, faster, stronger

Drs. Reed Beall and Aidan Hollis speak about clinical trials for COVID-19 and their differences with previous epidemic events.


Caribbean response to COVID-19: a regional approach to pandemic preparedness and resilience

Dr. Srikanth Kondreddy publishes an article on the response to COVID-19 in the Caribbean.


Decreasing antibiotic use, the gut microbiota, and asthma incidence in children: evidence from population-based and prospective cohort studies

Dr. David Patrick publishes an article on the relationship between antibiotics, gut microbiota and asthma.


Genomic trans-biopolitics: Why more-than-human geography is critical amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Melanie Rock publishes an article on the genomics in the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ethnic and racial disparities in COVID-19-related deaths: counting the trees, hiding the forest

Dr. Ronald Labonté publishes an article on the racial disparities of the Covid-19 pandemic.


Tackling COVID-19: Can the African continent play the long game?

Dr. Ronald Labonté publishes an article about the situation of the Covid-19 in Africa.

COVID-19 travel restrictions and the International Health Regulations (2005)

Dr. Kumanan Wilson publishes an article on the International Health Regulations.




Towards Precision Medicine: Inclusion of Sex and Gender Aspects in COVID-19 Clinical Studies—Acting Now before It Is Too Late—A Joint Call for Action

Drs. Sean Hillier and Arne Ruckert publish an article on the gender dimension of the Covid-19 pandemic, as part of the Gender and Covid-19 Working Group.


Off the back burner: diverse and gender-inclusive decision-making for COVID-19 response and recovery

Three Global 1HN members, Drs. Devi Sridhar, Sean Hillier and Arne Ruckert, publish an article on the gender dimensions of the Covid-19 pandemic, as part of the Gender and Covid-19 Working Group.


COVID-19: the gendered impacts of the outbreak

Two Global 1HN members, Drs. Sean Hillier and Arne Ruckert, publish an article on the gender dimensions of the Covid-19 pandemic, as part of the Gender and Covid-19 Working Group.

Pandemics and Violence Against Women and Children

Two Global 1HN members, Drs. Sean Hillier and Arne Ruckert, publish an article on the gender dimensions of the Covid-19 pandemic, as part of the Gender and Covid-19 Working Group.