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David Flood

They are children too: Adolescent mothers and the “1,000 Days” nutrition movement in Guatemala

Nov. 29, 2015 – I first met Carolina on a crisp, sunny morning in April 2014. A young Maya indigenous mother, she had been referred to my organization’s clinic Read More

Kirsten Austad

This is water? Reflections on a preventable maternal death

Oct. 13, 2015 – Most of the time I prefer my role as a doctor in Guatemala to my residency. In Boston I am always under time pressure, I Read More

David Flood

Metrics, evidence, and RCTs in global health: An Interview with Vincanne Adams

Oct. 09, 2015 – Vincanne Adams, PhD, is Professor of Medical Anthropology and Vice Chair of the Department of Anthropology at UCSF. She is the author of numerous books Read More

Anita Chary

Black lives matter: thoughts from the delivery ward in St. Louis

Sep. 21, 2015 –   I live in St. Louis, Missouri, which since 2014 has most notably been in the news for the tragic shooting of Michael Brown in Read More