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As nurses gather in Seoul for the 2015 ICN Conference, an outbreak of MERS poses a new global health security threat.
The 68th World Health Assembly made it clear that Ebola has fundamentally changed the direction of global health discourse.
This mobile technology is connecting people and making health systems stronger amid West Africa's ongoing Ebola outbreak—and its story is just beginning.
At the Conakry airport, travelers shake hands, hug, and kiss each other's cheeks. You might not know there's an epidemic going on.
The Liberian government is teaming up with international NGOs and others to make mHero a reality.
Government and international aid workers alike are collaborating to address Ebola in Guinea, but challenges remain.
Enabling a health sector's data systems to talk to each other is harder than it sounds. But it's worth it.