Global Health Innovation is a peer-reviewed open access journal published bi-annually by the University of Cape Town Libraries.
The journal has the mission of advancing and disseminating knowledge on all aspects of social and technological innovation for improved health and healthcare, with an emphasis on research addressing developing settings and with a developmental focus.
Studies across a broad range of innovation activities are covered. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: design, implementation and evaluation of innovations in the global health context; development and implementation of appropriate health technologies; theories and methodologies that support health innovation practice; training and curricula in global health innovation; and interdisciplinary research that highlights the interface between technology, health sciences and social sciences in achieving impactful health innovation.
The journal is the product of a partnership between Northwestern University, the University of Lagos, the University of Ibadan, and the University of Cape Town, and its development has been supported by a grant from the NIH-Fogarty International Center (D43TW009374).
The first issue of Global Health Innovation will appear in the first quarter of 2018. The journal is now accepting submissions.