Editor at BMC
Natalie joined BioMed Central in October 2007 after having completed an MSc in Environmental Health at the Cyprus International Institute in Association with the Harvard School of Public Health. She is the training co-ordinator for the BMC series editorial team and the Editor of BMC Public Health and BMC International Health and Human Rights.
BMC International Health and Human Rights announces its revised scope
BMC International Health and Human Rights, as a niche journal in its field which provides a home for human rights issues related to health, announces its newly revised scope and its mission to advance research and debate in this area on an international scale.
The right to health was first brought to light as a social right in the World Health Organization (WHO) Constitution (1946) and in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) where the obligation of understanding health as a human right emerged to ensure that, not only should there be access to essential medicines and affordable health care, but there should also be the provision of basic determinants of health such as food, housing, sanitation, safe water and health-related education to all.
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