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Ethical considerations
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The use of imagery in global health: an analysis of infectious disease documents and a framework to guide practice       Charani E, Shariq S, Pinto AM et al. The Lancet Global Health. 2023; 11(1): e155-64.

Cultural challenges facing UK surgeons providing education in low and middle income countries                                      Hodgson SP, Abdelrahman M, Jemec B et al. The Bulletin of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 2022; 104(4): 196-200

Institutionalising global health: a call for ethical reflection
Sayeed S, Taylor L. BMJ Global Health 2020; 5: e003353

Paternalism in healthcare and health policy
Childress JF. Chapter 2 in Public Bioethics: Principles and Problems. 2020. OUP. Oxford

High-quality health systems in the sustainable development goals era: time for a revolution
Kruk ME, Gage AD, Arsenault C et al. Lancet Glob Health. 2018; 6(11): e1196-e1252

Con: pure service delivery is no longer needed in global surgical missions
Evans, FM, Nabukenya MT. Can J Anesth 2017; 64: 353–357

The information problem in global health
Abimbola S. BMJ Glob Health. 2016; 1(1): e900001 

Partnerships for Global Health. A vision of co-development in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals. THET Strategic Plan 2016 - 2021

Short term global health experiences and local partnership models: a framework
Loh LC, Cherniak W, Dreifus BA et al. Global Health 2015; 11: 50 

Charitable platforms in global surgery: a systematic review of their effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, sustainability, and role training
Shrime, MG, Sleemi A, Ravilla TD. World J Surg  2015; 39: 10–20

Philanthrocapitalism, past and present: The Rockefeller Foundation, the Gates Foundation, and the setting(s) of the international/global health agenda
Birn A-E. Hypothesis 2014, 12(1): e8

Global health ethics: an introduction to prominent theories and relevant topics
Stapleton G, Schröder-Bäck P, Laaser U et al. Glob Health Action. 2014; 7: 23569

Ethical considerations of global health partnerships. An introduction to global health ethics                                               in Murphy J, Neufeld VR, Habte D et al. 2013. 117-128. Routledge

We learn from them, they learn from us
Kraeker C, Chandler C. Academic Medicine 2013; 88(4): 483-487

Ethics and clinical work in global health
Kiromera A, Philpott J, Marsh S et al. Chapter 7 pp 87-101. in Pinto AD, & Upshur REG. (Eds.). ist Edition 2013. An Introduction to Global Health Ethics. Routledge. London.

Capitalist philanthropy and hegemonic partnerships
Morvaridi B. Third World Quarterly 2012; 33:7, 1191-1210

Global health philanthropy and institutional relationships: how should conflicts of interest be addressed?
Stuckler D, Basu S, McKee M. PLoS Med 2011; 8(4): e1001020

Ethical concerns regarding operations by volunteer surgeons on vulnerable patient groups: the case of women with obstetric fistulas
Wall LL. HEC Forum. 2011 Jun; 23(2): 115-27

International health links movement expands in the United Kingdom
Leather AJM, Butterfield C, Peachey K et al. Int Health. 2010; 2:165–71

History of medicine. Medical volunteerism in Africa: an historical sketch
Olakanmi O, Perry PJ.  Virtual Mentor. 2006; 8(12): 863-870

The concepts and principles of equity and health
Whitehead M. Int J Health Serv. 1992; 22(3): 429-445

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