“Soy, soy lo que dejaron Soy toda la sobra de lo que se robaron… Soy América Latina Un pueblo sin piernas, pero que camina”
In the midst of this world health crisis, it is crucial to strengthen collaborative efforts between scientists, stakeholders, policy makers and epidemiologists in order to formulate solutions on its polymorphic aftermath. However, the recent rise in cases worldwide due to…
Most childhood health programs focus on mitigating infectious or chronic diseases; very few focus on development of the babies that live.
One last reminder: Team GHN is taking a break next week. We won’t be sending out the newsletter August 9–13. But we won’t leave you completely bereft. Look for a select group of ace readers to share some must-read global health stories from around the world. We’ll be…
The GHN team is taking a summer break next week, August 9–13. We’ll be taking a few days off and also planning ahead for future projects. But don't worry, we're sending in reinforcements. A fantastic set of loyal readers will be sharing their recommendations of must-…
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A big thank you to all the GHN readers who responded to our call to share global health voices deserving of a bigger spotlight—including Kristen Aiemjoy, Jo Hanna, Ben Williams, Linda S. Fabian, and Regina Rabinovich! We heard you, and appreciate your tips.
We won’t be publishing GHN tomorrow because Johns Hopkins University is closed in observance of the Juneteenth holiday this weekend.
GHN reader and contributor Carlos Faerron Guzmán pointed out to us late last week that our “Global Health Voices” aren’t so global. The vast majority come from experts in developed countries.
The pandemic has brought a surge in interest in public health—and we want to reach as many of these keen minds as we can. Know an incoming student of public health or a recent graduate who might be interested in GHN?