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Rural Guatemala. Photo by Rob Tinworth, used with permission.

Food Producing Communities as Food Deserts

The view from Xejuyu’ is breathtaking: green fields of fresh berries, feathery carrot tops, and blossoming broccoli line the mountainsides. The majority of the residents Read More

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Pediatric Critical Care in Botswana

Botswana is a small, landlocked country in Southern Africa that is widely considered a development success story. Although the country is hailed for its impressive Read More

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Sebastiana’s eyes: a reflection on providing care

After a long and warm clinic day seeing kids in one of the Mayan communities we work, I asked Yoli, our auxiliary nurse in charge Read More

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Food Producing Communities as Food Deserts

Rural Guatemala. Photo by Rob Tinworth, used with permission.

The view from Xejuyu’ is breathtaking: green fields of fresh berries, feathery carrot tops, and blossoming broccoli line the mountainsides. The majority of the residents Read More


Pediatric Critical Care in Botswana

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Botswana is a small, landlocked country in Southern Africa that is widely considered a development success story. Although the country is hailed for its impressive Read More


Sebastiana’s eyes: a reflection on providing care

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After a long and warm clinic day seeing kids in one of the Mayan communities we work, I asked Yoli, our auxiliary nurse in charge Read More


Investigación y docencia en Venezuela: en contra de todas las dificultades

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Venezuela es la puerta de entrada a Sur América. Ubicada al norte del continente y bañada por el mar Caribe, es uno de los puntos Read More


Against all odds: medical research and education in Venezuela

Basic Life Support course in the Nurses Training School

Venezuela is the entrance to South America. Located in the north of the continent, bathed by the Caribbean Sea, Venezuela is one of the first places Read More


Informal Caregivers in an Aging Society: An Interview with Len Fishman

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Len Fishman, JD, is the Director of the Gerontology Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies. This Read More


Sharing truths of terminal illness in rural Guatemala

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Over the last four years I have visited communities in rural Guatemala with Wuqu’ Kawoq | Maya Health Alliance, a civil society organization providing health Read More


Thoughts After 22 Years of Consumption and Organizing a Food System Symposium

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Sarah Dwyer is passionate about developing a multidisciplinary understanding of the ways that food affects health through her work with a community-led nutrition education program Read More


Why smart government spending matters for the SDG medicines target

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The World Health Organization’s first global report on diabetes  highlights the disease’s “alarming surge” with rates that have quadrupled in fewer than three decades. The report reminds us Read More


Behavior Change: Global Nutrition and Food Security Policy and the Life of the Practitioner

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Habits are hard to change. We can all relate. Yet I frequently tell my patients that they should make lifestyle adjustments. For the patient population Read More


A conversation with MacArthur Genius Gary Cohen of Health Care Without Harm

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Gary Cohen is co-founder and president of Health Care Without Harm. His focus is global health care delivery and its role in promoting health equity, environmental Read More


Publish in Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation

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We invite readers and contributors to Global Health Hub to consider publishing global health-themed papers in Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation. We’re Read More


Realistic portrayal of the scientific community needed to combat science denial

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With the recent release of the movie “Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe,” I’m seeing a few blog posts and articles pop up about the hegemonic Read More


“Access to information literally saves lives:” free access to UpToDate in LMICs

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This week, Yannis Valtis joined us for a short conversation about a new paper he and colleagues recently published in BMJ Global Health. Their study Read More


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