Monthly Archives: July 2015

New Cartoon Video Demystifies Ebola

Reblogged #huffingtonpost August 12, 2015 By Georgianne Nienaber,  July 19th, 2015 Remember the panic that ensued when the United States encountered its first cases of Ebola? Despite the parade of experts across our First World television screens, misinformation, fear and confusion … Continue reading

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Congress Can’t Stop the Iran Agreement

This gives me hope that the US Congress does not have as much power to obstruct the governing of the country as they lead us to believe. For more on global health and media follow by blog One of … Continue reading

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How Can We Better Evaluate Complex Global Health Initiatives? Reflections From the January 2014 Institute of Medicine Workshop

If you are interested in improving the outcomes for large complex global health programs, you should read this article. Abstract from the article: An IOM workshop on evaluation design drew on recent evaluations of 4 complex initiatives (PEPFAR;the Global Fund to … Continue reading

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PATH: Stories: A birthing center for Ithar

In her first year as nurse midwife at Ithar’s birthing center, Mala Devi Ojha safely delivered 25 babies. An Indian village learns to take health into its own hands to save lives An Indian village learns to take health into … Continue reading

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