In December 2017, a special issue on transnational health was published in the journal Global Public Health: Im/Mobilities and Dis/Connectivities in Medical Globalization: How Global is Global Health?
- Im/mobilities and dis/connectivities in medical globalisation: How global is Global Health?
- Hansjörg Dilger & Dominik Mattes
- Made in Denmark: Scientific mobilities and the place of pedagogy in global health
- Branwyn Poleykett
- (Dis)connectivities in wartime: The therapeutic geographies of Iraqi healthcare–seeking in Lebanon
- Omar Dewachi, Anthony Rizk & Neil V. Singh
- State-of-the-art or the art of medicine? Transnational mobility and perceptions of multiple biomedicines among Nigerian physicians in the U.S.
- Judith Schühle
- International clinical volunteering in Tanzania: A postcolonial analysis of a Global Health business
- Noelle Sullivan
- Stock-outs! Improvisations and processes of infrastructuring in Uganda’s HIV/Aids and malaria programmes
- René Umlauf & Sung-Joon Park
- From coastal to global: The transnational flow of Ayurveda and its relevance for Indo-African linkages
- Caroline Meier zu Biesen
- Negotiating horizontality in medical South–South cooperation: The Cuban mission in Rio de Janeiro’s urban peripheries
- Maria Lidola & Fabiano Tonaco Borges
- ‘Exotic no more’: Tuberculosis, public debt and global health in Berlin
- Janina Kehr