How to tackle Africa’s shortage of public health researchers

AFRICA Advancing doctoral training, research and practical capacity in the public health domain at higher education…

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Inaugural Class of Global Health Direct Admits Announced

Seven incoming freshmen make up the first group of students to receive direct admissions into Wabash…

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Health | United Nations

The UN’s unwavering commitment to health Since the foundation of WHO in 1948, the world has…

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How Rwandan paediatrician Agnes Binagwaho fights racial stereotypes in global health

Changemakers This Nature Q&A series celebrates people who fight racism in science and who champion inclusion.…

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Global public health: The US is too focused on protecting itself and not collaborating with other countries

In early December 2013, in the low-lying mountains of Guinea in West Africa, a 2-year-old named…

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When The South ‘Swings’ Together On Health Equity New Possibilities Emerge

Satellite technology for telehealth consultations in a rural Guyana community; one of a number of health…

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