Hub Originals

Michael Lipnick

“Ketamine: a growing global health-care need”

Jul. 21, 2015 –   Ketamine is a valued anesthetic tool in all clinical practice settings. In LMICs, however, ketamine is indispensable for addressing the growing burden of surgical Read More

David Flood

Reflections on the INCAP Oriente Longitudinal Study of early life nutrition: An interview with Aryeh Stein

Jun. 23, 2015 – Aryeh Stein, MPH, PhD, is a nutritional epidemiologist and Professor in the Hubert Department of Global Health of the Rollins School of Public Health at Read More

Anita Chary

Patients “Achieving” Healthcare in LMICs: Reflections on “Second Chances: Surviving AIDS in Uganda”

Jun. 15, 2015 – I recently read the book Second Chances: Surviving AIDS in Uganda, edited by Susan Reynolds Whyte, a medical anthropologist who has been conducting research and Read More

Global Health Corps Fellow

Ebola Impact in an Uninfected Country

Jun. 04, 2015 – As Guinea and Sierra Leone struggle to eliminate Ebola within their borders, Liberia finally reached the milestone of 42 days without any new cases. The world continues to scrutinize the warning signs from a year ago hinting at the exploding outbreak; it is highlighting all of the flaws in preparedness from leading health organizations. What isn’t being analyzed is repercussions from Ebola so far flung, they haven’t been discussed. Have you heard about what effects Ebola had in Rwanda?