News Category: Center for Global Health & Development
When South Africa followed new WHO guidelines for antiretroviral therapy, large influx of newly eligible patients did not crowd out sicker patients or reduce quality of care.
In Conversation With
Sarah Degnan Kambou on International Center for Research on Women, doubling down on facts, and why public health is activism.
Vitamin D deficiency
Vitamin D deficiency has been increasingly reported in many regions of globe and is of particular concern in growing children.
Students Madeline Bishop and Lauryn Claassen train at Pulitzer Center in Washington, DC.
pulitzer center on crisis reporting
[SLIDESHOW] At Global Health Storytelling, journalists, filmmakers, and public health experts shared stories and challenges of last 35 years of global pandemic.
SPH Narrative Month
[VIDEO] The annual Global Health Storytelling event highiights symbiotic relationship between journalists and health workers.
Scott Allen talked about “The Desperate and the Dead” series with Mental Health–Public Health Interest Group.
Student Brittany Ranchoff evaluates midwifery training program in Lesotho.
More efforts needed to prevent respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), influenza, and low weight among young children.
Pharmaceutical Companies Launch New Initiative to Tackle NCDs — quotes Richard Laing, professor of global health