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|A pragmatic approach to equitable global health partnerships in academic health sciences
|Amisi, James A
Cuba-Fuentes, María Sofía
Johnston, Esther M
Pressentin, Klaus von
|Global partnerships offer opportunities for academic departments in the health sciences to achieve mutual benefits. However, they are often challenged by inequities in power, privilege and finances between partners that have plagued the discipline of global health since its founding. In this article, a group of global health practitioners in academic medicine offer a pragmatic framework and practical examples for designing more ethical, equitable and effective collaborative global relationships between academic health science departments, building on the principles laid out by the coalition Advocacy for Global Health Partnerships in the Brocher declaration.
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