With a role in global health responses and research so extensive that a chart outlining its efforts looks a little like a maze, the United States Department of Defense has to ground itself in “institutional humility” to integrate the roles of fellow agencies and foreign partners in international disease-fighting efforts, as one speaker put it.
A study on the effectiveness of the yellow fever vaccine among people living with HIV yields yet another reason that universal access to effective consistent antiretroviral […]
Stigma surrounding tuberculosis keeps patients from services, worsens health risks, but remains largely unmeasured, unaddressed
Interviews in Kenya, Tanzania and Namibia health facilities found that the more staff knew about patients’ rights, the likelier they were to recognize — and report […]
In time for meetings of international leaders, 2016 boost in TB investments sets new — but low — bar, as well as impetus to gain on […]
Exploration of geography with technology can open the health landscape and put services within reach
The following is a guest post by John Spencer of MEASURE Evaluation As a geographer, I believe it’s necessary to understand where things happen if you […]