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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Sep 9
For 90 years, the names carved on our Keppel Street building have all been men...but that is about to change! 👩‍🔬 For our celebrations we're thrilled to be adding the names of 3 women pioneers in science &a 👩‍⚕️ Can you guess who? Find out 👇
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Mardi Steere 🌍 Sep 16
Another piece to add to the “think deeply & ask more questions before volunteering” canon.
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M. Jimenez-Lopez 9h
Patient safety is importar in every specialty, every day
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Elsie E.Hayford 15h
Watch this space - together with some accomplished friends of mine, we will be launching a which will address issues. We hope to build our model in and the and replicate it in other developing countries.
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Jonathan Henry 21m
When undertaking an Emergency Care Needs Assessment, hospital records are often incomplete and inaccurate. Be prepared to utilise the 'grey literature': 1. Records of parliamentary enquiries 2. Newspaper articles 3. Social media Dr Georgina Phillips
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Global Health Advocacy Incubator Sep 16
Last week, 30 of our country coordinators convened from around the world to share best practices and lessons learned across regions and programs. They’re showing us what works, what doesn’t, and what we should be tracking next.
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Renzo Guinto 4h
Replying to @RenzoGuinto
(3/6) We have colleagues in the Global North who claim to be experts (specifically on ), use secondary data, make opinions, write papers, & occupy desks in prestigious universities & GH institutions but haven’t even seen a rural health facility...
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Mara Hansen Staples Sep 16
Trend: orgs are increasingly asking “what capacities & leadership do I need internally to effectively design & manage partnerships in tech?”
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Jill Baumgartner Sep 16
Attention all potential PhD students who are interested in , and/or ? I'm recruiting 1-2 PhD students at to work on a multi-country study on urban health inequalities. Project info at . Come join us!
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Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Sep 16
Tamar Ghosh, RSTMH CEO opens ! Looking forward to the week ahead in Liverpool.
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Ilona Kickbusch Sep 16
3 priorities emerge for says : address root causes, promote health literacy and build primary health care!
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Natasha Douglas Sep 14
Great day at conference, and so excited that my first ever poster presentation in a conference won 2nd prize! 🤓🤩
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Charlie Juliet Zulu Sep 15
Exciting opportunity for an physician with an interest in , to be a part of the development of the specialty of EM in Lao PDR! Health Frontiers is looking for a new Emergency Medicine Residency Coordinator! Contact me for more info!
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Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD 15h
The “fly in, fly out model” of is not useful or sustainable. Nice introduction to this by Dr Surbhi Grover. We need serious and long term investment. 🌎
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Mission: Restore Sep 16
Today kicks off our September surgical training trip at Sengerema District Hospital! 4 cases were operated on and lead by our surgeon trainer, Dr. Metasebia Abebe who's educating the local staff.
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Paule Joseph Sep 15
Yesterday, we held our 2nd fundraiser for in NYC. I‘m so passionate & in love with what we do in Ghana 🇬🇭 it became my 3rd home! Hope one day you can join us in a mission or when we cut ribbons for the hospital. Love and gratitude, this humble servant!
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GASOCUK Sep 15
Great news! We are proud to announce that we are now a member of the !
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Secretary Alex Azar Sep 15
Productive meeting with Minister today in . Rwanda & the U.S. recognize the need for a unified, multi-sectoral approach to combat the outbreak in . We'll continue to work together on preparedness efforts & other issues.
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Bhushan Toley 23h
I was told yesterday that I have been selected for the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) Young Engineering Award 2019. Details will be posted by the INAE soon. Feel happy and honored 🙂
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Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD 15h
Dr Vanessa Kerry: The global economic cost of is 2 trillion dollars. Additionally there is another 94 billion in lost income. But almost all research is based in high income countries. We need more data. We need to challenge the paradigm.
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