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Infect Dis Poverty. 2013 Nov 18;2(1):27. doi: 10.1186/2049-9957-2-27.

Combating infectious diseases of poverty: a year on.

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  • 1National Institute of Parasitic Diseases, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC), Shanghai 200025, People's Republic of China. ipdzhouxn@sh163.net.

Abstract

The Infectious Diseases of Poverty journal, launched a year ago, is a platform to engage outside the traditional disciplinary boundaries, and disseminate high quality science towards the improvement of health. This paper reviews the milestone achievements during its first year of operation. The journal has filled an important niche, addressing some of the main priorities in the Global Report for Research on Infectious Diseases of Poverty. Highlights include the publication of three thematic issues on health systems, surveillance and response systems, as well as co-infection and syndemics. The thematic issues have foregrounded the importance and innovation that can be achieved through transdisciplinary research. The journal has been indexed by PubMed since April 2013, with the publication of a total of 38 articles. Finally, the journal is delivering to wider range readers both in developing and developed countries with sustained efforts with a focus on relevant and strategic information towards elimination of infectious diseases of poverty.

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