Open Access Publishing
The RSTMH is committed to supporting research and health professionals across the world. Both International Health and Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene provide options to publish Open Access enabling the dissemination of research to a wide readership.
We welcome both green and gold Open Access publishing. You can find more information out about Open Access publishing here.
Explore a selection of our Open Access papers from across International Health below.Emerging themes for sensitivity training modules of African healthcare workers attending to men who have sex with men: a systematic review
By Maartje Dijkstra, Elise M. van der Elst, Murugi Micheni, Evanson Gichuru, Helgar Musyoki, Zoe Duby, Joep M.A. Lange, Susan M. Graham, and Eduard J. SandersWhy the communicable/non-communicable disease dichotomy is problematic for public health control strategies: implications of multimorbidity for health systems in an era of health transition
By Tolu Onia and Nigel UnwinAdult vector control, mosquito ecology and malaria transmission
By Oliver J. Brady, H. Charles J. Godfray, Andrew J. Tatem, Peter W. Gething, Justin M. Cohen, F. Ellis McKenzie, T. Alex Perkins, Robert C. Reiner Jr, Lucy S. Tusting, Thomas W. Scott, Steven W. Lindsay, Simon I. Hay, and David L. SmithMental distress and podoconiosis in Northern Ethiopia: a comparative cross-sectional study
By Elizabeth Mousley, Kebede Deribe, Abreham Tamiru, Sara Tomczyk, Charlotte Hanlon, and Gail DaveyExtracting transmission networks from phylogeographic data for epidemic and endemic diseases: Ebola virus in Sierra Leone, 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza and polio in Nigeria
By Michael Famulare and Hao HuDigital methods in epidemiology can transform disease control
By Philip A. Eckhoffa and Andrew J. TatemA pragmatic approach to measuring, monitoring and evaluating interventions for improved tuberculosis case detection
By Lucie Blok, Jacob Creswell, Robert Stevens, Miranda Brouwer, Oriol Ramis, Olivier Weil, Paul Klatser, Suvanand Sahu, and Mirjam I. BakkerRemotely measuring populations during a crisis by overlaying two data sources
By Nita Bharti, Xin Lu, Linus Bengtsson, Erik Wetter, and Andrew J. TatemDiscovering dynamic patterns from infectious disease data using dynamic mode decomposition
By Joshua L. Proctor and Philip A. EckhoffArtemisinin-based combination therapy in the treatment of uncomplicated malaria: review of recent regulatory experience at the European Medicines Agency