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[ARCHIVED] Population Health

Poor access to care and the impact on outcomes and government policy

Thomas Bauer - April 17, 2017
A Gordon Baird; in his article entitled “ Poor access to care: rural health deprivation?” states Mortality rates in the United Kingdom “for road traffic accidents, asthma, and cancer are worse in rur...
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at risk populations global health policy Government Policy Local governments Most-at-risk populations Population-Based Methods quality of care rural areas rural health rural healthcare Rural settings
[ARCHIVED] Population Health

3rd Annual Clinical Education Conference in Boston this November!

Bevin Shagoury - Sept. 16, 2015
NaRCAD, The National Resource Center for Academic Detailing, is hosting our 3rd Annual International Conference on Academic Detailing on November 9th and 10th, 2015 in Boston! This year’s conferenc...
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academic detailing clinical education conference education education and training hospital Local governments non-profit outreach pharmacy public health registration
Health IT

Hive 2.0: Where evidence, entrepreneurs, and health harmonize (Kampala, Ug) - Seeking Feedback

Michael Lipnick - Oct. 21, 2013
The Global Health Hub in collaboration with The Hive CoLab, & Development Gateway’s OpenGov Hub are exploring the creation of an accelerator workspace model to co-locate likeminded individuals and org...
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Capacity building donors governance harmonization Local governments Networking NGOs Uganda
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Save the Date: Emmy-Award Winning Filmmaker Debuts New HIV Film

John Nicholson - June 2, 2011
In In It to Save Lives: Scaling Up Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention for Maximum Public Health Impact, award-winning filmmaker Lisa Russell tells the story of how governments in K...
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Developing targeted interventions Kenya Local governments male circumcision Scaling up & managing at scale Swaziland VMMC