CCP at the Global Digital Health Forum

We are living in a digital age. Inexpensive technologies and investments in low-cost or open-access platforms, combined with political will and private sector engagement, have unlocked new opportunities to use digital tools to improve health and wellbeing for millions of people. With this in mind,

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The Importance of Communication in Reaching the Last Mile

Last week, along with several other colleagues from the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), I attended the 17th General Membership Meeting of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition (RHSC) in Seattle, Washington. In addition to collecting interviews for the Family Planning Voices initiative (www.fpvoices.org),

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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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