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GAVI CEO Seth Berkley will be holding a teleconference press briefing on Wednesday, May 8th 12:00 pm ET to share further details on the impact of GAVI’s approach in shaping the vaccine markets and ensuring that life-saving vaccines are manufactured at the lowest possible price and accessible to those who need it most. An embargoed press release is attached [...]
In this guest post, Kim West of MSF highlights the upcoming MSF Scientific Day. For more information visit this link –>http://www.msf.org.uk/msf-scientific-day MSF Scientific Day 2013 will be streamed live online from the Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK, from 09.00am – 06.00pm (GMT+1) on 10th May 2013 MSF Scientific Day is a unique opportunity to showcase medical and scientific research carried out in MSF programmes around the world. Presenting and debating the findings from our research is vital to improve the quality of our humanitarian programmes. By streaming the event online, we hope to engage the wider humanitarian and global health community in this discussion. Agenda highlights include: The keynote speech by international health expert, co-founder of the Gapminder Foundation and TED talks alumnus Hans Rosling on the synergy and conflict between research and advocacy.
Introduction. Emerging Voices for Global Health (EV4GH) is a blended training program for young researchers on health research and scientific communication. EV4GH trains “Emerging Voices” to participate actively in international conferences and to raise their voice in the scientific debate. The Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM), Antwerp organised two previous editions of EV4GH. In 2010 EV4GH was linked to the First Global Symposium of Health Systems Research in Montreux, and in 2012 to the Second Global Symposium in Beijing
April 25, 2013 : : Checkout the worldmalariaday.org website – a platform for activists in the north and south to share resources and to contribute news, views and events of interest around World Malaria Day. via World Malaria Day 2013.
With the World Bank Group’s 2013 Spring Meetings just around the corner, we’ve compiled a guide to the many live events happening. No matter where you are around the world, you can join the conversation all week via #wblive. Several featured events will be webcast and covered in multiple languages. Make sure to follow and participate in the week’s events in Arabic, English, French, and Spanish. Your thoughts and questions will help make the conversations happening both online and offline at this year’s Spring Meetings rich and diverse
Interesting Global Health conference at Newseum tomorrow, hosted by @PSIImpact http://bit.ly/179hCNi #GHFunding Livestream and twitter chats… When: Tuesday April 2nd, 1:30pm-5:00pm Hashtag: #GHfunding Twitter handle: @devex Panel 1: 1:30-2:30 | “Top Trends in Giving for the Future of Global Health” Panel 2: 2:45-3:45 | “Doing Well by Doing Good” (looking at the effect of the size of a corporations’ social footprint [...]
The Lancet has published a Series of papers on TB to commemorate World TB day 2013. The papers in the Series explore the challenges of implementing new diagnostic tests, drugs, and drug regimens, each with the potential to radically improve the detection and management of TB. via TheLancet.com.
…And that’s how I found myself pushing intravenous narcotics in a jeep on the side of the road. Oh wait, perhaps I should start at the beginning. The beginning is a small, open cook fire; a feature that every home in this region has. In the cold winter months, most people spend more time in [...]
Watch live experts, including Dr. Hans Rossling discuss the best ways to achieve financial inclusion for developing countries. The Financial Inclusion Challenge: Holistic Solutions for Scale and Impact – Webcast and Liveblog | World Bank Live.
Harvard University is accepting application for its Global Health Delivery Summer Intensive (GHDI), a rigorous summer session from July 1 – 26, 2013 that trains public health leaders and health practitioners through a curriculum of epidemiology, management science and global health delivery case studies. The goal of the session is to train leaders to effectively design and manage [...]