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Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 53m
They thought this strategy couldn't work. But it did.
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Laurin Liu 55m
Reading +taking notes from Eula Biss’ On Immunity: claims that cause autism are “not guilty of ignorance or science denial so much as they are guilty of using weak science... to lend false credibility to an idea that we want to believe for other reasons.”
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Fogarty at NIH 2h
Fogarty Director Dr. Roger Glass discusses how academia can benefit from engaging in .
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Swarali Tadwalkar 3h
Inactivity, obesity among few factors holding several major economies behind in terms of health, wealth and happiness while many smaller countries are becoming healthier?
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School of Global Health UCPH 18m
student is currently at the negotiations in Bonn. She reports that several working groups and organisations are making an effort in stressing the impacts of climate change on human, animal and planetary health.
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Nancy R. Cardona Cordero 13h
The view at the study site...
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H R Stagg 5h
When I was growing up, my family and I never went on holiday, even in the UK. We could not afford it. In contrast, my work calendar for August-October now includes trips to Cambodia, India and Malaysia. Talk about a privilege of academia!
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World Bank Health 21m
Invite for public comments on how agencies can strengthen collaboration to support countries in accelerating + progress. Submit comments by 30 June to get your voice heard.
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Maseeha Ambulance Jun 24
Maseeha’s EMP Moin briefed us about their inordinate success of Maseeha Ambulance, and how much the living community of the Pind Begwal appreciates its services.
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Raveena Nagaria 5h
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kent buse Jun 17
How can organizations better harmonize their support to countries to ensure results for people? Have your say on the Global Action Plan for Healthy Lives & Wellbeing for All: outline & ‘accelerator’ papers available for comment
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Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 7h
Political, security and cultural complications – not least a refusal to believe that exists – have thwarted efforts to overcome ’s deadly outbreak.
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Maíra Fedatto 3h
Politics define ethical researches (Zedoun Alzoubi, thanks for that)
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EYE ON GLOBAL HEALTH 7h
“Climate change threatens to undo the last 50 years of progress in development, , and poverty reduction”- rich countries drive the while poor countries bear majority of consequences
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CommonAge Assoc. 4h
How the world is dealing with dementia
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PRECISE_network 35m
And we’re off in Kenya too! Congratulations to the fantastic team for getting patient recruitment started in & huge thanks to the amazing women who consent to participate
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Med Plus Advantage 1h
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PFSCM 2h
DYK: Basic everyday medicines can cost 20-30x more in some poor countries than they do in others? Read ’s new report on tackling for more 🔑 findings:
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NIHR Research Jun 20
WEBINAR: We're hosting an information webinar for the Global Health Policy and System Research Development awards call on 26 June 11:30 – 12:30 (UK time GMT+1) Find out more, and register to attend:
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Noel Aruparayil 5h
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Health SystemsGlobal 6h
This paper examined innovative financing instruments (IFIs)—financing schemes that generate and mobilise funds—to estimate the quantum of financing mobilised from 2002 to 2015.
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