Navigating the violent process of decolonisation in global health research: a guideline

  title={Navigating the violent process of decolonisation in global health research: a guideline},
  author={Muneera A. Rasheed},
  journal={The Lancet Global Health},
  • M. Rasheed
  • Published 1 December 2021
  • Political Science
  • The Lancet Global Health

Striving towards true equity in global health: A checklist for bilateral research partnerships

  • Daniel Z. HodsonYannick Mbarga EtoundiS. ParikhY. Boum
  • Medicine, Political Science
    PLOS Global Public Health
  • 2023
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The feudal structure of global health and its implications for decolonisation

Correspondence to Dr Vikash Ranjan Keshri; VKeshri@ georgeinstitute. org. in and Dr Soumyadeep Bhaumik; sbhaumik@ georgeinstitute. org. in © Author(s) (or their employer(s)) 2022. Reuse permitted

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