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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. Funding for the articles, including open access fees, was provided by the Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC) and The Rockefeller Foundation. The BMJ journal commissioned, peer reviewed, edited, and made the decision to publish these articles. Dr Viroj Tangcharoensathien, Senior Adviser, International Health Policy Program, Ministry
of Public Health, Thailand, and an expert panel that included PMAC co-chairs and members advised on commissioning for the collection. Rachael Hinton and Kamran Abbasi were the lead editors for The BMJ.
Vietnam has been a model of innovation and development over the last few years, and the effect on healthcare has been profound, especially during the pandemic. Hear about Vietnam’s innovative and successful response to the covid crisis; understand how Vietnam is training the next generation of healthcare professionals, and see examples of how early-stage start-ups are transforming healthcare.
This special supplement and virtual event have been kindly supported by the UK Government through the British Embassy in Hanoi and British Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam).
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