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DNDi short film about new treatment for sleeping sickness awarded Grand Prix at inaugural WHO film festivalby The Editorial Team
Coalition launched to accelerate research on the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 in low- and middle-income countriesby The Editorial Team
Better Research for Better Health: University of Oxford and Fiocruz partner to improve health research and capacity development globallyby The Editorial Team
Consensus building underway for researchers based in Latin America and the Caribbean to help determine core research training curriculaby The Editorial Team
Child abuse and neglect is considered one of the medical and social problems with a high prevalence and thus importance. Child welfare policies and practices varies widely across countries. In Sudan, Family and Child Protection Units were established to tackle cases of child abuse, yet a significant number of cases never reach the unit, therefore does not get appropriate care allowing for further consequences of abuse to commence. It is believed that a number of these missed cases actually reach for health care services via emergency departments of hospitals yet they are not being regularly referred. A study was conducted to investigate the reasons behind this gap for further understanding the issue.
Survey launched to understand clinical and research impact of INTERGROWTH-21st tools after 170,000 downloadsby The Editorial Team
Webinar: Pregnant Women & Vaccines Against Emerging Epidemic Threats: Ethics Guidance for Preparedness, Research, and Response, 5 March 2019by The Editorial Team
Engagement Strategies: The Development of Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit’s (MORU) Community and Stakeholder Engagement Strategyby Phaik Yeong Cheah, Mesh Editorial Team
Neurodevelopmental milestones and associated behaviours are similar among healthy children across diverse geographical locationsby INTERGROWTH-21st
The latest findings from the international INTERGROWTH-21st Project, that has monitored healthy, urban children from educated families across four continents from early pregnancy to 2 years of age, show that human neurodevelopment is not influenced by the colour of an individual’s skin.