|Title||Technologies for global health|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2012|
|Authors||Howitt P, Darzi A, Yang G-Z, Ashrafian H, Atun R, Barlow J, Blakemore A, Bull AMJ, Car J, Conteh L, Cooke GS, Ford N, Gregson SAJ, Kerr K, King D, Kulendran M, Malkin RA, Majeed A, Matlin S, Merrifield R, Penfold HA, Reid SD, Smith PC, Stevens MM, Templeton MR, Vincent C, Wilson E|
|Pagination||507 - 535|
Availability of health technology is inversely related to health need. Although health-care systems in highincome countries make extensive use of technology, people in the world's poorest countries often lack the most fundamental drugs and devices. A concerted global eff ort to encourage the development and use of health technologies that can benefi t the poorest people in the world is needed.
|Short Title||The Lancet|