Diplomacy is necessary to transcend disciplinary and geographic boundaries and to mobilize resources to improve brain health. This approach is essential to advance equity in brain health outcomes worldwide. We aim to share knowledge through published articles and recommended readings, links to which are provided below.

The Brain Health Diplomacy Team has published several peer-reviewed manuscripts in leading scientific journals. Since 2020 our team has actively engaged in writing and publishing key papers to support the need and development of brain health diplomacy ventures.

Recent peer reviewed papers:

To maintain and improve brain health at a national, regional or global level, some measurement of impact is needed. At a macro level this might be: formal agreements between nations to support brain health such as commitments to enacting brain-focused public policies or investments in brain-related research or care. These recommended readings discuss how this could be accomplished.