The BMJ in partnership with The Harvard Global Health Institute are launching a collection of articles that will explore how to achieve effective Universal Health Coverage (UHC). This series aims to discuss the evidence for systematic quality improvement, provide knowledge and support to clinicians and ultimately to help improve care for patients.NHS at 70The BMJ is running a series of articles reflecting on the health of the NHS as it approaches its 70th birthday on 5 July 2018. As well as looking at what the NHS has achieved over the 70 years it has been in operation, The BMJ’s coverage will also consider how the NHS might need to change to face the challenges that lie ahead.Antimicrobial resistance in South East AsiaThis collection provides an overview of the political, social, and economic problems caused by AMR in the WHO South East Asia region.The World Bank and financing global healthThis collection provides an overview of the World Bank’s evolving role in global health and follows on from The BMJ’s 1999 series on the World Bank by discussing changes in global health governance since the millennium.Health in South AsiaThis collection brings together leading health experts from across the region and internationally to discuss health priorities and identify evidence based solutions to shape health policy and interventions.Women’s, children’s, and adolescents’ healthThis collection examines the evidence and the thinking that form the basis of a new global strategy to improve maternal and child health in the world’s poorest and high burden countries.Spotlight on patient centred careThis spotlight series of articles on patient centred care explores how doctors and patients can work collaboratively to improve the way in which healthcare is designed and delivered, so that it meets the needs and priorities of patients better.The war on drugsThe war on drugs has failed, and The BMJ says it’s time for doctors to lead calls for pragmatic reform informed by science and ethics.
Boldrick said that Hogg told the White House that if Trump wants to talk to the students, he has to come to Parkland, Fla.At the White House, Trump sat in a circle with many of the participants and asked them to share their stories and suggestions for making schools safer from gun violence.Carson Abt, a Parkland student, said all public schools need to regularly do drills to prepare for a potential mass shooting. Cary Gruber, who texted with his son during the Parkland shooting, said he doesn’t understand why teenagers who are too young to buy a beer can purchase an assault rifle.”In Israel, you have to be 27 years old to have a gun,” said Gruber, whose son survived the shooting. “You’re only allowed one.