This is your chance to share your Global Health Clinical Research experiences. Tell others about your studies, your ideas and your research site. What happened with your study today? Have you had any tricky issues, perhaps you solved one? Please tell us...

9 November

gracele

Challenges of Orthopaedic and Trauma care in low resource settings

By gracele

By Jim Turner   Trauma disproportionately affects those from low to middle income countries. Yet it is these parts of ...

2 November

gracele

(Another) global pandemic – Trauma

By gracele

Authors: 1. Laura Hoemeke (Global Health Consultant and Adjunct Professor, University of North Carolina (UNC) Gillings School of Global Public Health, ...

5 July

editorial

New Knowledge Hub Launches to Facilitate Uptake and Application of Research Findings into Policy and Practice

By editorial

The Global Health Network launches the Applying Research to Policy and Practice for Health (ARCH) Knowledge Hub.This Hub aims to ...

29 June

editorial

Webinar: Burden of dementia among older people in Bangladesh: Findings of a National Survey

By editorial

You're invited to join the icddr,b webinar on: Burden of Dementia Among Older People in Bangladesh: Finding of a National ...

editorial

Webinar: Burden of dementia among older people in Bangladesh: Findings of a National Survey

By editorial

You're invited to join the icddr,b webinar on: Burden of Dementia Among Older People in Bangladesh: Findings of a National ...

29 April

poppyroyal

Professor Trudie Lang Speaks on BBC World Service about the global COVID-19 vaccine rollout

By poppyroyal

BBC World Service: Rolling out the vaccines faster Following the call for an international treaty on Pandemic Preparedness in the ...

15 March

Susan

Epidemic Ethics Postdoctoral Fellowship

By Susan

The University of Cape Town is seeking to appoint a 2-year Postdoctoral Fellow in Epidemic Ethics. This role is one ...

19 February

whoethics

Basic Health Needs in Relation to Human Rights in a Global Health Crisis

By whoethics

Author: Mercury Shitindo, Africa International University - Kenya, & Anahuac University-Mexico   Introduction   How does one determine what are basic ...

18 January

wellseva975

Safeguarding Adults and Children

By wellseva975

Safeguarding of children and adults who are considered vulnerable within the society is a topic that has widely hit the ...

3 November

hiphopafrikacom

Qatar Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialist roles

By hiphopafrikacom

Cpl Healthcare are recruiting for Trauma Clinical Nurse Specialists who would want to elevate their career for our client in ...

28 October

UK-PHRST

Modelling the spread of COVID-19 and the impact of public health interventions in Cox’s Bazar and other refugee camps

By UK-PHRST

David Kennedy (Data Scientist, UK-PHRST) has been working with a team made up of Cox’s Bazar public health and information management ...

24 October

tendaikwari

Black and Autistic – the forgotten child.

By tendaikwari

This paper seeks to raise awareness of autism in black communities and help parents to source for suitable support in ...

28 September

whoethics

A COVID-19 vaccine is needed as soon as possible – how can this be accomplished in the most ethical way possible?

By whoethics

Maxwell J. Smith, PhD, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada (maxwell.smith@uwo.ca)   The world is desperate for a safe and effective COVID-19 ...

5 July

sadiazia

COVID-19 and Gender Infectivity-Mortality Rate among Pakistani Population

By sadiazia

The statistical data was collected from the official fact finding documents of Government of Pakistan to analyses the gender based ...

1 July

editorial

Supporting vaccine research and development: launching the EPI knowledge hub

By editorial

Supporting vaccine research and development: Launching the EPI knowledge hub Innovations such as vaccines are needed to enable global preparedness ...