Framing and global health governance: Key findings

Colin John McInnes, Kelley Lee

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Despite widespread agreement that collective action to address shared health challenges across countries is desirable and necessary, the realm of global health governance (GHG) has remained highly problematic. A key reason for this is the manner in which health issues are presented (‘framed’). Because multiple frames are operating simultaneously, confusion and a range of competing policy recommendations and priorities result. Drawing on the previous papers in this Special Supplement, these key findings explore how health issues are framed, what makes a framing successful, what frames are used for and what effects framing has.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S191-S198
Number of pages7
JournalGlobal Public Health
Issue numberSupplement 2
Early online date22 Oct 2012
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2012


  • global health
  • global health governance
  • framing


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