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World Medical and Health Policy

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Online ISSN: 1948-4682
World Medical & Health Policy is a unique journal dedicated to the intersection of politics, policy, medicine and public health. We live in a globalizing world, where public policy decisions affect the prevention of diseases and the practice of medicine. The articles published in WMHP are meant to translate research into policies and practice standards. 
Arnauld Nicogossian, George Mason University
Otmar Kloiber, World Medical Association
Thomas Zimmerman, International Society of Microbial Resistance
Bonnie Stable, George Mason University 

Call For Papers: Organs for Transplant

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Call for Papers & Invitation to Present
Organs for Transplant: Expanding Sources and Ethical Considerations
World Medical & Health Policy
plans a special issue and symposium on Organ Transplantation, focusing on the issues of Organ TraffickingSecurityCompensated DonationDisparities in Kidney Transplantation, and analysis of these topics through Social and Behavioral Data Modeling.
Co-Chairs: Bonnie Stabile, PhD; Naoru Koizumi, PhD; Duminda Wijesekera, PhD; Campbell Fraser, PhD; Monika Gentili, PhD; Amit Patel, PhD; and Mehdi Nayebpour, MS, MBA.
Abstracts (250 words) of proposed papers/presentations should be submitted to Bonnie Stabile, Co-Editor at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  by February 15, 2017. Authors of selected papers will be notified by February 20, 2017.
The Workshop on Organ Transplantation is planned for Thursday, March 9, 2017 for presentation and discussion of relevant research. The workshop will be held at George Mason University's Schar School of Policy and Government in Arlington, Virginia.
Completed manuscripts should be submitted to World Medical & Health Policy at by March 24, 2017 for peer review.

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