Stanford Journal of Global Health & Development

Stanford Journal of Global Health & Development is a publication established by students from the Stanford School of Medicine, aiming to provide a forum for interdisciplinary dialogue on health and development issues in underserved local and international communities. The journal is a collaborative effort between students across many disciplines, including engineering, business, law, medicine and education. The Journal is currently an online publication with articles published on a rolling basis..

Mission Statment:
The Stanford Journal fo Global Health & Development is committed to encouraging interdisciplinary dialogue on global health & development issues, showcasing the global research and service initiatives at Stanford University School of Medicine, and promoting a committment towards addressing social inequities and health disparities globally.

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The Stanford Journal of Global Health & Development is partnered with Juxtaposition Global Health Magazine and H&P, and funded by the Stanford University School of Medicine.

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