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NPR: Haiti Sees Spike in Cholera Cases 4 Years After Outbreak Began
02 June 2015
Dr. Louise Ivers discusses the Cholera epidemic in Haiti.
The Lancet: The Effectiveness of reactive oral cholera vaccination in rural Haiti: a case control study and bias indicator analysis
Dr. Louise Ivers and colleagues Lancet study present data on a groundbreaking cholera vaccination campaign in Haiti.
BWH Bulletin: Dzau Lecture covers Maternal Mental Health
24 February 2015
Dr. Vikram Patel presents early interventions concepts connecting maternal mental health with life long health for mothers and children.
PLOS Medicine: Tracking Rural Health Facility Financial Data in Resource-Limited Settings: A Case Study from Rwanda
Chunling Lu and colleagues develop a five-step procedure, the first of its kind, for effectively tracking health facility financial data in resource poor settings.
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Devex: How to End a Neocolonialist Approach to Global Health Training
14 November 2014
Michelle Morse describes the need to end the neocolonialistic approach to global health training.
The Boston Globe: Aid Groups Scrambling to Get Help on Ebola Front Lines
30 October 2014
Sara Stulac discusses the personal and regulatory challenges of recruiting and placing volunteers in ebola stricken nations.
The Lancet: Controlling Ebola -- Next Steps
8 October 2014
Ranu Dhillon, Devabhaktuni Srikrishna, and Jeff Sachs outline approaches to controlling the Ebola epidemic.
The HMS Benefactor: Halting the Rising Incidence of--and Global Death Toll From--Tuberculosis
Salmaan Keshavjee and colleagues' global efforts to fight TB get a boost from one of the largest gifts HMS has received to date.
Big Ten Network (BTN): Wisconsin Alum Brings Modern Medical Care to Rwanda
7 October 2014
Peter Drobac, who has spent ten years living and working in rural Rwanda strengthening the country's health system, discusses his passion for global health.
The New England Journal of Medicine: Rethinking the Social History
2 October 2014
Heidi Behforouz, Paul Drain, and Joe Rhatigan know that paying attention to the social forces in patients' lives allows physicians to provide better and less costly care to those with challenging life circumstances.
CBS NEWS: What Will it Take to End the Ebola Epidemic
26 September 2014
Paul Farmer talks about how the Ebola epidemic exploded and what can be done to stop it.
The Boston Globe: Ebola's Front Lines
24 September 2014
Paul Farmer and Joia Mukherjee return from the front lines of the Ebola crisis in Liberia.
Washington Post: What's Missing in the Ebola Fight in West Africa
31 August 2014
Paul Farmer and Jim Kim’s op-ed describes the current outbreak and global health opportunity.
New York Times Opinionator: What Doctors Can't Do
28 August 2014
Heidi Behforouz talks about the power of Community Health workers in domestic health.
The Wall Street Journal: Medicine for the 'Last Mile'
25 July 2014
Raj Panjabi, of DGHE and Last Mile Health, describes his commitment to strengthening healthcare in Liberia.
The Huffington Post: How Do You Deliver Healthcare Where There Are No Roads? Make Community Health Workers Better.
1 July 2014
Raj Panjabi blogs about community health workers, the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda and his work in Liberia.
BWH Bulletin: DGHE celebrates the class of 2014 Residents in Global Health Equity.
13 June 2014
Four Hiatt Global Health Residents celebrate the completion of their training and the opportunities ahead.
Radio Open Source: Rites of Passage - Docs and Nurses in the Developing World
20 February 2014
Dan Palazuelos, DGHE faculty member, and colleagues describe the impact of global health experience on domestic medical practice.
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BWH Bulletin: Global Health Summit Offers Insight and Inspiration
6 December 2013
Paul Farmer, Andy Ellner, and Atul Gawande describe career paths and partnerships in global health.
Forbes Magazine: This Guy May Have Solved the Healthcare Model for One Billion People
3 October 2013
Raj Panjabi is saving lives in rural Liberia with frontline health workers and Last Mile Health.
The Atlantic: The Airborne Infection that Beats Antibiotics: North Korea's Other Crisis
30 July 2013
KJ Seung writes about North Korea's MDR TB crisis in the Atlantic.
BWH Global Health Hub: A Day in the Life of a Global Health Physician
20 June 2013
Raj Panjabi discusses balancing his personal life with his commitment to saving lives of patients in remote villages in Liberia.
BWH Bulletin: Haiti's New Teaching Hospital Opens its Doors
31 May 2013
Following 2010's devastating earthquake, BWH faculty and other partners in planning and building, celebrate the opening of Haiti's Hospital Universitaire de Mirebalais.
BWH Bulletin: COPE Brings Cross-Pollination to Navajo Nation
7 June 2013
Sonya Shin leads the Community Outreach & Patient Empowerment program (COPE), expanding health coverage across Navajo Nation across the spectrum of chronic disease.
The Boston Globe: A Conversation with Dr. Howard Hiatt, a founder of the Brigham Division of Global Health Equity
21 February 2013
Howard Hiatt, a founder of the Division, discusses his career on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Division of Global Health Equity.
The New York Times: A Chance to Right a Wrong in Haiti
22 February 2013
In her Op-Ed, Louise Ivers describes the moral imperative for the United Nations to address the cholera epidemic in Haiti.
The Atlantic: Rwanda's Historic Health Recovery: What the U.S. Might Learn
20 February 2013
Paul Farmer describes the unique opportunity to reinvent healthcare delivery in Rwanda.
The New York Times: Hands on Medical Education in Rwanda
14 May 2012
Paul Farmer, Joe Rhatigan and Joia Mukherjee build a teaching partnership for healthcare leaders in Rwanda.
BWH Bulletin: Health Workers Help Navajo Patients COPE
2 April 2012
The Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment program, led by Sonya Shin, partners with community health representatives in Navajo Nation to determine how best to deliver health education to promote health.
NPR: State-Of-The-Art Hospital Offers Hope for Haiti
27 January 2012
David Walton and Paul Farmer work to build a world-class teaching hospital in the Haitian countryside.
CBS News: Paul Farmer discusses Mirebalais teaching hospital in Haiti on CBS News
23 January 2012
The Harvard Gazette: Louise Ivers Honored By American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
Louise Ivers is recognized for her commitment to health equity and tireless work in Haiti.
11 December 2011
The Boston Globe: Brigham Aims to Expand While Cutting Back
7 December 2011
BWH President Betsy Nabel cites DGHE and its role in expanding the hospital's community service mission overseas even in a time of cutbacks.
The Boston Globe: Taking a Personal Approach to HIV
3 October 2011
Heidi Behforouz of DGHE talks about treating the whole patient.
PR Newswire: New Global Health Delivery Curricula Available at No Cost to Educators and Students
28 July 2011
A partnership between Global Health Delivery and Harvard Business Publishing makes global health curriculum available to all at no cost.
PIH: Paul Farmer's new book "Haiti After the Earthquake" arrives in bookstores July 12, 2011.
12 July 2011
BWH: Louise Ivers Wins Distinguished Graduate Award from the UCD School of Medicine and Medical Science in Dublin
18 May 2011
BWH Bulletin: New Hospital Marks Turning Point for Health Care in Rwanda
22 April 2011
Peter Drobac of DGHE talks about new hospital opening in Rwanda.
WBUR: From Haiti To Harvard: Crucial Foot Soldiers Of Health Make Housecalls
25 March 2011
Heidi Behforouz and Paul Farmer talk about the importance of Community Health Workers on WBUR.
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Rwanda unveils model rural hospital for Sub-Saharan Africa
9 February 2011
GHE resident Matt Craven talks about the new hospital in Butaro.
The Boston Globe: Year After Haiti Quake, Agency Asks How Far it Can Go
11 January 2011
Paul Farmer talks about Haiti one year after the earthquake.
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