Faces from the Field: Diagnosing Excellence in Nigeria

As the world grows smaller, vigilance against epidemics and emerging diseases is more crucial than ever. Much of the responsibility falls on laboratory scientists, who must continually hone their skills and knowledge in the battle against Ebola, malaria, TB and other deadly illnesses. In Nigeria,

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CCP Researchers Report on eLearning Capacity at AIDS 2012

Today, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (CCP) Knowledge for Health (K4Health) project presented work on building eLearning capacity for HIV/AIDS programming in Southern Africa at the 19th International AIDS Conference. The presentation highlighted how the K4Health project enabled

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New Nigeria Web-based CMLE Program Award

Laboratory testing is the cornerstone of diagnosing and treating HIV and other diseases, with Africa carrying the largest and most overwhelming burden. At the end of 2009, around 22.5 million people in sub-Saharan Africa were living with HIV. In Nigeria, 3.3 million people are infected.

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