The Global Health Hub is a volunteer-run site that aims to provide an online gateway to news, commentary and resources related to global health for public health professionals. Our team of volunteers publishes original commentary while curating aggregated content from traditional and non-mainstream sources to provide a dynamic information portal for the global health community.
The Global Health Hub is brought to you by a group of volunteer writers and editors with backgrounds in medicine, public health, journalism and computer programming. By syncing their diverse areas of expertise around a common interest in global public health, we hope to provide users with interesting original content and a comprehensive portal to the valuable resources that already exist online.
The Hub was co-founded by Michael Lipnick and Sarah Arnquist out of their joint interest in providing a single entry point to news and information about global health.
As a 100 percent volunteer-operated organization, GH Hub is always interested in finding additional contributors and editors.
The Hub aggregates content from around the web, including blogs, twitter feeds, resource pages, calendars, journals and more. The Hub pulls headlines and excerpts for content from other sites (with permission from the original author or website manager) and provides links back to the original site for access to full content. Through this model, we aim to help users quickly find and stay current on information that is otherwise spread across the web.
If you are interested in contributing content or know of blogs or other online resources that we should add to the Global Health Hub, please contact us.
We are currently looking for volunteer section editors and always on the lookout for more contributing authors. If you are interested in contributing content, sharing ideas, contributing funding or for more information about us, please contact us at: admin AT globalhealthhub.org.