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Strategies for containing Ebola in West Africa.
In this video, Dr. Greg Martin talks about Fragile States and Health. Dr. Martin is Editor of Globalization and Health Journal, an open access, peer-reviewed, Read More
The current Ebola quarantine created by politicians in some states is “…not scientifically based, is unfair and unwise, and will impede essential efforts…” according to Read More
“WHO believes in transparency and accountability and will release this review when it is fact-checked. For now, WHO’s focus is to obtain the resources needed Read More
Linda Meta Mobulaa | Global Health Science & Practice | “During the height of the Ebola epidemic, I had the unique opportunity of working at the Read More
LEPRA | The following is a report from a study funded by Lepra, The Leprosy Mission Canada, American Leprosy Missions and The Leprosy Mission Ireland as Read More
GHHub is excited to promote “This Week in Global Health,” a weekly “live” show on YouTube (every Wednesday at 2pm (EST). TWiGH takes the form of a Read More
Symposium underway at UCSF on the Science of Global Health. Check out the program and session descriptions. Watch the live feed at http://lecture.ucsf.edu/ets/Play/2771ae7a594b4649a8d479e578f70e1f1d starting at 8:30am on Read More
David J. Olson | The justified fight against Ebola should not compromise the fights against other disease that kill more people. Ebola is a terrible Read More
Jeffrey V. Lazarus, Tim France | Health Systems Global | A health system consists of all the organizations, institutions, resources and people whose primary purpose is Read More