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Sumedha Sharma
🇨🇦 Former global maternal health researcher, currently figuring out how to use business for social impact as MBA 2021 . She/Her. Views own.
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Rhea Boyd MD, MPH Jul 30
This is the most important thing you will read today. Maybe this month. For some people, maybe ever. Read this.
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Sumedha Sharma Jul 30
Replying to @DustinDunsmuir
And that is an understatement! Your work was so instrumental in the design and implementation of the trial, and led to thousands of women receiving antenatal and postnatal care! 👏👏
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Mishal S Khan Jul 29
We're recruiting! New position in the dept of global health & development Prof/Associate Prof of health policy focusing on It's a great group & will no doubt be enhanced by valuable expertise from LMICs - so do apply & share!
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Veena Sriram Jul 24
Great piece describing the last 10 years of the program. Grateful to be able to learn from and grow with this amazing cohort of researchers and practitioners in global health
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Sumedha Sharma Jul 22
An insightful and current review of evidence for personalized management of chronic in . - congratulations &
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UBC PRE-EMPT Jul 20
Contact intensity analyses support the eight contact antenatal care model. All components of the primary outcome were significantly reduced with at least eight contacts. Read more about Mozambique here:
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Sumedha Sharma Jul 1
Replying to @UBC_SB
Congratulations Sonja!!
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Rhea Boyd MD, MPH Jun 27
Please stop reading White Fragility. Stop recommending it. Stop sharing it.
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Sumedha Sharma Jun 26
The CLIP trials are the first studies to publish community level rates related to high BP in pregnancy in Africa & Asia. This work is critical to improving as existing interventions use facility data or data extrapolated from high-income settings.
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Sumedha Sharma Jun 18
Today was my first board meeting as a Kellogg Board Fellow for The Night Ministry (TNM). As a former public health professional and coming from Vancouver where is a social crisis, I was inspired and excited to join the TNM. However, after to…
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Dr Soumitra Pathare Jun 12
Since US+UK+Europe account for > 55% of Covid deaths, did these worthies not think it worthwhile advising their HIC Govts on policy response rather than lecture LMICs? Esp as there is not a single LMIC based & LMIC institution affiliated author in this zillion author list?
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Adam Parkhomenko Jun 3
Washington, DC right now. Please watch and retweet.
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Sumedha Sharma Jun 2
I don't know the origins of but I think of it as making space. Let us continue to make space - beyond tokenistic or social media gestures of allyship - space to listen,…
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Sumedha Sharma Jun 1
Replying to @DaneDeSilva
Congratulations!!
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Sumedha Sharma May 19
Published a new article today, but more than that- working with the team in India to execute the Gates-funded RCT in 14 rural villages in Southern was of deep emotional and personal significance for me. Pictured below are the Accredited Social He…
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Sumedha Sharma May 18
We were so grateful to have at for discussing how the invests in , and for sharing insights on the impact of on strategy & implementation of grants & projects, particularly for . Thanks Jenn!
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Sumedha Sharma May 15
Super excited to share that the first of our four seminal papers was published today! In this article, we discuss the results of the Gates-funded CLIP Trials () from 12 districts in rural with the…
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Peter von Dadelszen May 15
First individual country in Mozambique just published online early
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UBC PRE-EMPT May 15
📢Our Mozambique primary paper just got published! Single condition-focussed community-based interventions, without strengthening quality facility care and referral systems, are inadequate to achieve improvements in pregnancy outcomes. Read more:
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Center for Reproductive Rights May 13
ICYMI: Last week, the Supreme Court heard a major case that could have a huge impact on birth control access. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg vigorously defended access to birth control from her hospital bed during oral agruments.
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