The Center on Commercial Determinants of Health (CCDH) is one of the first research centers in the world involved in studying and addressing the growing health burden caused by commercial determinants of health (CDoH). The center focuses on researching private sector engagement in public health as it pertains to various vulnerable populations around the world. CCDH brings a multi-disciplinary approach to not only scientific research but also advocacy, policy guidance and strengthening health systems.
The commentary "Commercial determinants of health: a proposed research agenda" by CCDH's Nino Paichadze, Meghan Werbick, Paul Ndebele, Imran Bari and Adnan Hyder was published in the International Journal of Public Health.
CCDH Director, Adnan Hyder, and core faculty, Paul Ndebele, received a Global HIV award, which was recently announced by the NIH Fogarty International Center.
The commentary “Commercial Determinants of Health: The Role of the Private Sector in the Response to COVID-19” by CCDH's Adnan Hyder, Meghan Werbick, Paul Ndebele and Nino Paichadze was published in Think Global Health, an initiative of the C