Investing in local expertise has far-reaching impacts on health. Here’s a powerful example.
Ugandan health workers are heading to West Africa to share what they've learned from the country's four outbreaks in 15 years.
Liberian health officials can send accurate data and key messages to health workers on Ebola's front lines, thanks to mHero.
Under pressure of long hours, short staffing, and the growth of a deadly disease, how can health workers stay safe and effective?
In Sierra Leone, Ebola virus has claimed the lives of 40 frontline health workers. And it's taking a toll on West Africa's health systems.
How much do we really value women in the health workforce? And how can we make it a better place for them to work? Judith Winkler has some ideas.
Patricia Bond was working as a nurse at a health facility in South Africa when she developed some troubling symptoms.
According to the 2010 Kenya Service Provision Assessment survey, only 46% of Kenyan health facilities have running water year-round.
Workplace violence is psychological and physical abuse that affects occupational health worldwide. It takes many forms—physical assault, verbal abuse, sexual or racial harassment, bullying, or mobbing. All studies on the subject have demonstrated serious consequences for individual health workers, for health organizations, and for the larger society.