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Do you have research ideas for using big data to fill gender data gaps? Announcing the Big Data for Gender Challenge! Research proposals are due on July 7, 2017
Invitation to complete quick survey to improve Kaplan-Meier plots (KMunicate) ProblemThe standard way to present time-to-event data, such as survival, is with Kaplan-Meier plots. These are formatted by journals and reported in a number of ways, but we find they commonly lack some key information. The key problems are:
- Expressing how many people are contributing data at any point in the graph, including the pattern of censoring
- Expressing that the uncertainty of the estimate increases over time
The Global Austism Network has launched the Autism Rising intiative, with a mission "to provide a global forum for support of autism... enriching the lives of people with autism, their families and their communities worldwide". They are inviting all those who are involved with ASD* to participate in a survey "to evaluate different approaches to the diagnosis of ASD, treatment options and the resources available in different communities". To learn more and participate, please click HERE. *Autism Spectrum Disorder
Scoping available resources and tools used by investigators to set up and conduct malaria clinical trials in low and middle income countries within malaria endemic settings. Participate in the survey.
Got a burning passion for health? Ready to make a difference? Join Cochrane Crowd, their partners Mark2Cure and the collective global volunteer network for an online MedLit Blitz, May 9th-12th. Together they will create health evidence and transform biomedical discovery.
What is Gender? What is inequity? And what do they have to do with Public Health and Global Health? Find out in this educational video form Dr Greg Martin
A prospective, qualitative, multi-site study investigating the barriers and enablers to locally-led clinical trial conduct in Ethiopia, Cameroon, and Sri Lanka; here the protocol, methods and instroduction are available for readers.
In this video, Dr Greg Martin provides a brief overview of what health systems are and how it is that the building blocks of health systems fit together.
Sarah Drew shares her research diary about conducting ethnographic fieldwork in Malawi as part of a Clubfoot study.
This short film shows the impact of the CHAPAS trial on patient health and future possibilities of a small boy from Malawi.
This is a great video of a talk given at the Oxford Martin School by Professor Kevin Marsh.
King's College London is currently inviting applications for the post of Research Associate
Global health and public health practitioners use Health Economics to better understand the decisions that get made that affect health.
Dr Greg Martin talks about how to get the perfect job in Global Health and Public Health
In this podcast Dr Jacob McKnight talks about his experiences in neonatal nursing delivery and research in Kenya.
Workshop Report: Capacity building for clinical research in the face of disaster and conflict situations in middle and low income countriesby Glory Oluwagbenga Ogunfowokan - Regional Faculty Lead, morenike Ukpong, AUGUSTINE ONYEAGHALA - Senior Contributor, Global Health Trials Nigerian Regional Faculty
The Global Health Trials Nigerian Regional Faculty held a workshop entitled Capacity building for clinical research in the face of disaster and conflict situation in middle and low income countries at the National Hospital, Abuja, on the 28th January 2017. Here we provide the presentations and links discussed during the workshop.
There has been steady progress in LMIC health research capacity, but major barriers to research persist and more empirical evidence on development strategies is required.