Institutionalising Innovation – 3rd Peer-reviewed paper published

We are delighted to see our third peer-reviewed paper accepted and published by the prestigious Global Health Science and Practice, a journal that focusses on real world implementation and the ‘how’ of implementation. Having written on this blog so extensively about our work over the years this is exactly the gap in our narrative we […]

ColaLife trial highlights published by the BMJ

We are pleased to announce that the highlights of the ColaLife trial have now been published as a peer-reviewed paper by the BMJ in the BMJ’s Special Supplement on Social innovations in health. The title of the paper is: Emulating value-chains of fast-moving consumer goods to improve uptake of co-packaged ORS and zinc for childhood […]

BMJ’s social innovations supplement to feature ColaLife’s pioneering work

ColaLife’s pioneering work on co-packaged ORS and Zinc is to be included in an upcoming BMJ special supplement on social innovations for health. Whilst the key aspects of ColaLife’s work were published online in 2016 as part of Rohit Ramchandani‘s DrPH thesis, it has always been a weakness that we’ve been unable to point to […]