Mobile tech. Global health security. Cancer. We’ve got our eyes on 10 topics that will shape 2015 for many of us—especially the health workforce.
Some are good, some are bad, but all are illuminating as we enter 2015.
Much was said at the inaugural Global mHealth Forum about bringing mHealth innovations and programs “to scale.” But how?
Wash hands, take temperature, no touching. It's a day-to-day mantra in Liberia as country leaders forge partnerships to end Ebola.
Ghana has fewer than 14 health workers for every 10,000 people. To fix the shortage, the country needs answers—and data.
He’s a powerful spell-caster who can cure HIV with herbs, and more from my email exchange with a quack.
Ebola threatens lives in more ways than one. In Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, people living with HIV are feeling the effects.
A new wealth of information could alleviate some costly strains on the West Bank's overloaded health system.
In Chiapas, women die in childbirth 70% more often than in the rest of Mexico. For indigenous women, survival rates are three times lower.
Health workers need clear, simple, reliable information on Ebola. That's where the new Ebola Resources for Health Workers comes in.