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BMJ/ PMAC 2022 collection

The covid-19 pandemic, the growing impact of climate change, and the rapidly growing economic inequalities between and within nations have led to calls for re-thinking the future of human societies in ways that will result in a fairer, healthier, and more sustainable world.

This collection of articles analyses the ‘mega trends’ that will shape the rest of this century and the complex interplay between them, including how they are reshaping our global health landscape. 

This collection of articles was supported by the Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2022 and The Rockefeller FoundationThe BMJ journal commissioned, peer reviewed, edited, and published these articles.

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    This collection of articles analyses the ‘mega trends’ that will shape the rest of this century and the complex interplay between them, including how they are reshaping our global health landscape. Kindly funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and PMAC 2022.

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