Global Health - an Online Journal for the Digital Age

The mission of The University of Findlay's publication, Global Health - an Online Journal for the Digital Age, is to provide opportunity for students, faculty, alumni, and guest scholars to contribute to the body of knowledge concerning global health care and the appreciation of social responsibility that spans the globe.

The online journal may serve as a repository for scholarly articles, such as:

  1. Case study on a health career within a culturally diverse setting
  2. Experiential advice on entrepreneurship activity in global health care
  3. Impact initiative on some facet of global health care and/or its people
  4. Opinion on nontraditional approaches to health care around the globe)
  5. Comparison of health care systems or interventions between countries
  6. Descriptions of educational programs to foster social responsibility
  7. Scientific evidence for the importance of globalization.

Vol 7, No 2 (2020)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
M. Chandra Sekar


Pass the torch: A personal account from mentor to mentee PDF
Elisabeth George, Sharon Milligan
Availability of Contraception and Its Impact on Society: America and China PDF
Allison Elizabeth Burdick
Commomn cold virus - a new weapon for bladder cancer PDF
Neenu Rachel Santhosh
Trends in the use of Guideline Recommended Medications in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction in an Indian Population. PDF
Asma Iqbal Ahmed Khan
Effective methods to detect medication administration and its related errors in surgical wards by clinical pharmacist at a tertiary care hospital - a single blinded study PDF
Badr Ali Gassar, Balakeshwa Ramaiah, Mustafa Ali, Raju koneri
Implementation of iv infusion and admixture guidelines by a clinical pharmacist to reduce medication administration errors in a tertiary care hospital PDF
Gokul Sampathkumar, Karthik Rakam
A cross sectional study on diabetes related distress (drd) and its impact on self care behaviours and health related quality of life (hr-qol) in type II diabetes mellitus patients in a south indian tertiary care hospital PDF
Joise P