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There is a lot of optimism around the promise of artificial intelligence and its application to global health, says CCP’s Marla Shaivitz.
“We are charged with putting a comprehensive strategy and system in place so that should an emergency occur, we will be ready to respond,” says CCP’s Kathryn Bertram.
The annual contest, recognizing the best in global health and development photography for more than a decade, is underway. Entry deadline is June 5.
In 2012, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) embarked on a mission, backed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and supported by several international partners. As the leader of the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative project (HC3), we set out to
According to the December issue of Global Health: Science and Practice, despite its apparent benefits, vasectomy demand among men has plateaued globally. The featured article suggests that the key to demand generation relies on vasectomy-specific messaging and broader social and behavior change communication (SBCC) efforts
Widespread use of mobile phones in low-income countries has created momentum to use these devices as a tool for provider-to-provider communication, particularly to strengthen supervisory systems for community health workers (CHWs), who often work in households or in rural settings, beyond the confines of a
Across the developing world, wealthier women are generally more likely than poorer women to use long-acting and permanent methods of contraception than short-acting methods, according to new research published in the March issue of Global Health: Science and Practice. The findings are based on
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 | 8:30–10:30 am National Press Club | Holeman Lounge The Global Health: Science and Practice Journal (GHSP) is pleased to announce and celebrate the launch of its inaugural issue with an event on March 26, 2013, from 8:30–10:30 am at the
JHU∙CCP staff Rebecca Shore and Rupali Limaye presented on the power of social media to influence global health at the 12th annual Global Health Mini-University held on September 14, 2012. Sponsored by USAID and the George Washington University Center for Global Health, Mini-University is an
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