The Global Health Policy Institute
The Global Health Policy Institute (GHPi) is dedicated to the multidisciplinary study of important national, regional and global public health issues. The Institute focuses on core areas of research, capacity building, and policy advocacy by strategically partnering with other institutions, educational programs and individuals. The goal of GHPi is to address important and underserved issues in global and domestic health, engage a broad array of stakeholders in problem solving and consensus building, and lead in the development of evidence-based policymaking through research, instruction, and advocacy.
Akbarzada S, Mackey TK. The Syrian Public Health and Humanitarian Crisis: A “Displacement” in Global Governance? Glob Public Health. 2017; advanced online publication
Aleeban M, Mackey TK. Global Health Policy and Visa Reform to Address Dangers of Hajj During Summer Seasons. Front. Public Health. 2016; 4:280
Mackey TK. The Ebola Outbreak: Catalyzing a “Shift” in Global Health Governance? BMC Infect Dis. 2016;16(1):699.
Mackey TK, Kohler JC, Savedoff WD, Vogl F, Lewis M, Sale J, Michaud J, Vian T. The disease of corruption: views on how to fight corruption to advance 21st century global health goals. BMC Med. 2016;14(1):149.
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