This journal has CEASED PUBLICATION. The Journal changed its name to the International Journal of Global Health and Health Disparities in 2004 with Volume 3, Number 1. Volumes/Issues run from v.1 (2001) to v.6 (2009).
The International Journal of Global Health was a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to studying public health in diverse and medically underserved populations around the world. The Journal examined the effects of public health education efforts on individuals and populations, as well as methodology for providing effective public health programming.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Number 2 (2003)
Child Rearing Practices in Eastern Nigeria: Implications for Social Work in the United States p. 4-20
Chinyelu B. Okafor
Effects of the Pesticides Atrazine, Metoachlor and Diazinon and Binary Mixtures on Proliferation of Human Fibroblasts p. 21-36
Kavita R. Dhanwada, Yijun Deng, and Maureen E. Clayton
Impact of Traditional Practices on Women's Health in Africa: Research Conducted in Cape Coast, Ghana, June 2001 p. 37-43
Clementine M. Msengi
Increased Morbidity and Mortality in Single Parent Families: A Review p. 44-51