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Innovative partnership connects kids, vaccine in Laos

Guest contributor Monica Graham is a communications officer with our Vaccine Access and Delivery Program. Thanks to an innovative partnership between Microsoft employees and PATH, thousands of children in Laos no longer face the possibility of severe, lifelong brain injury … Continue reading » ; ; ; ;Related StoriesCervical cancer vaccines: will our best hopes be realized?Social entrepreneurs: here are two rules to ensure impactNew infographic: 9 ways to improve child survival ;

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Fistula care in Niger – blog post on anthro dissertation

Sai Hankuri » dissertating, diversions, and data. Fascinating early data from Ali Heller (doctoral candidate in anthropology @ Washington University in St Louis) on the…

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New #globalsurgery articles in WJS: Mozambique surgical admits, why clubfoot projects succeed & more

Surgical admissions in Mozambique, Surgical education program evaluation in East/Central Africa, What makes a successful clubfoot program, Ortho burden and workforce in Ghana are among…

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International Injury Research Unit Media Report –April 23, 2014

 ANNOUNCEMENTS: Several students working with the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit had the opportunity to present their work during the 2014 Hopkins Global Health…


International Injury Research Unit Media Report –April 22, 2014

  ANNOUNCEMENTS: Several students working with the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit had the opportunity to present their work during the 2014 Hopkins Global…


Innovative partnership connects kids, vaccine in Laos

Laos

Guest contributor Monica Graham is a communications officer with our Vaccine Access and Delivery Program. Thanks to an innovative partnership between Microsoft employees and PATH, thousands of children in Laos no longer face the possibility of severe, lifelong brain injury … Continue reading » ; ; ; ;Related StoriesCervical cancer vaccines: will our best hopes be realized?Social entrepreneurs: here are two rules to ensure impactNew infographic: 9 ways to improve child survival ;


Dr. Paul Farmer Reflects on Medicine and the Boston Marathon Bombing

The morning rush begins outside of University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti. Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners In Health, delivered this address at the Celebration of Partnership event on April 28, 2013, at Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais (HUM) in Haiti. We’re publishing it for the first time, in gratitude to all who helped make possible University Hospital’s first year of services, and in remembrance of the victims of the Boston marathon bombing one year ago


International Injury Research Unit Weekly Media Report –April 14-18, 2014

  ANNOUNCEMENTS: Last week, JH-IIRU director Adnan Hyder and post doctoral fellow Nino Paichadze participated in the United Nations Global Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) which…


International Injury Research Unit Media Report –April 17, 2014

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Last week, JH-IIRU director Adnan Hyder and post doctoral fellow Nino Paichadze participated in the United Nations Global Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) which has…


International Injury Research Unit Media Report –April 16, 2014

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Last week, JH-IIRU director Adnan Hyder and post doctoral fellow Nino Paichadze participated in the United Nations Global Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) which has…


International Injury Research Unit Media Report –April 15, 2014

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Last week, JH-IIRU director Adnan Hyder and post doctoral fellow Nino Paichadze participated in the United Nations Global Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) which has…


International Injury Research Unit Media Report –April 14, 2014

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Last week, JH-IIRU director Adnan Hyder and post doctoral fellow Nino Paichadze participated in the United Nations Global Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) which has…


Fistula care in Niger – blog post on anthro dissertation

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Sai Hankuri » dissertating, diversions, and data. Fascinating early data from Ali Heller (doctoral candidate in anthropology @ Washington University in St Louis) on the…