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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Jul 12
analysis is an increasingly useful tool for research, generating growing amounts of vital data each year. Join our hands-on short course this September to learn about map-making & how to apply R to your own work 👉
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Oxford University Diplomatic Studies Programme Jul 15
So grateful to our first Diplomacy cohort and world-class speakers for making the course such a success! 🙌👩‍🎓👨‍🎓
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CUGH Jul 16
Help us better understand the capacity needs of academic institutions engaged in by completing this short survey:
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GGSurgeryAssociacion Jul 19
It's time to change the definition of 'health' - STAT
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Beth Sloand Jul 16
From The Lancet -Practising beyond one's scope while working abroad. Includes recommendations for all disciplines All patients everywhere deserve the highest standards of care and expertise
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Maike Voss 4h
‚There is nothing more political than health‘ at the Conference on security in times of neoliberalism.
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Dr Lisa Dikomitis Jul 17
Lovely evening , in good company with other Keele Excellence Award Winners. Thank you to all my colleagues in teams - and those not on Twitter!
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Emma Hannay Jul 19
Half of H.I.V. Patients Are Women. Most Research Subjects Are Men.
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OHSU Casey Eye 21h
& reunited at the Public Health Summit today! Fascinating to hear from Dr. Chan about ROP & lessons learned from his experience building eye care programs abroad
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Centre for International Child Health Jul 18
Did you know there are only 6 pediatric surgeons in Uganda, despite a population of >42 million? This is just 1 fact our Program Coordinator Alexia learnt during June's student-led and conference in Kampala, with attendees from and Uganda!
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georgiaaugusta_wiwi Jul 19
From the Faculty of Business and Economics, Professor Sebastian Vollmer (Chair of Development Economics/ CeMIS) was involved in the investigation.
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GGHAlliance 16h
Global Health Technologies Coalition is celebrating the partnerships & policymakers driving progress in innovation at its 2019 Innovating for Impact Awards. Submit your nominations by 7/31:
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Stacey Bevan, RN Jul 17
When I’m managing a project, sticky notes are in the budget. Excited to see opportunity through organization for a study in the DR looking a child development and possible spaces for pragmatic interventions. We also invited a fellow RA over for dinner!
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Marissa Fayer Jul 18
, , and all work in collaboration, especially related to . We can create impactful and , more than just stats and numbers.
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Levy Library Jul 19
How Australia Could Almost Eradicate H.I.V. Transmissions
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AIGHD Jul 18
Are you curious about Global Health and Development? We contribute to education in at Bachelors, Master’s and PhD level.
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Nasreen Quadri, MD, CTropMed Jul 16
Migration is about health - Leaving IOM Jordan inspired by exceptional panel physicians from the MENA region, willingness of all to engage in self-improvement and notably compassionate care provided by this group of doctors!
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Abbott Jul 18
Pioneering collaborations can transform health. We're working together with , to address a key gap in : access to primary care in rural areas. Find out more:
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Michael F. Chiang Jul 19
OHSU Public Health Ophthalmology Summit 2019 organized by Mitch Brinks, Beth Edmunds, and . Superb visitors & speakers including Hunter Cherwek , , and Jeff Petty .
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Rachel Vreeman Jul 19
So proud to be among the women leaders of (and 📷 by the amazing ) as we revolutionize the care of children and adolescents living with globally
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