'id21 Health' - the new health research reporting service
'id21', the internet-based development research reporting service, is
adding an exciting new facility to its current package with the
launch of 'id21 Health'.
The new resource (at http://www.id21.org/health) provides a search-
able database of concise, easy-to-read summaries of research relevant
to health policy in developing countries. A wide range of subjects is
covered, including health sector reform, maternal and child health,
sexual and reproductive health, disease and disability, and environ-
mental health. id21 Health also offers this information in a free
email newsletter, 'id21HealthNews', for those with limited internet
To subscribe to id21HealthNews, send an email to:
With the message: subscribe id21HealthNews
The new site builds on the strengths of id21, a respected resource
for policy-makers and practitioners for nearly 4 years. id21 is sup-
ported by the UK Department for International Development, and hosted
by the Institute for Development Studies at the University of Sussex,
id21 Health also aims to stimulate debate on specific health policy
topics through its free publication, 'Insights Health'. The first is-
sue, due out in March, will focus on non-communicable diseases. Peo-
ple wishing to subscribe to 'Insights Health' should send us their
name and full postal address by mail, fax or e-mail.
Please e-mail us at <email@example.com> if you have any questions or
comments. And please forward this message to colleagues who may also
be interested in our service.
Dr. Heidi Brown
ID21 at the Institute of Development Studies
University of Sussex
Brighton BN1 9RE, UK
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