paul johnson

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Reply to Invitation to contribute your priorities to WHO Guidelines on digital interventions for health systems strengthening and RMNCAH

April 29, 2019
An associate from Maesot Health here has resolved the page number problem-he was familiar with it. So apologies for the inconvenience BW Paul True N-of-1 Pte. Ltd • 9010 Tampines St 93 • Singapore 528844 • Company Reg. 201820257W

Reply to Invitation to contribute your priorities to WHO Guidelines on digital interventions for health systems strengthening and RMNCAH

April 28, 2019
This document(s) is unique and valuable. I had wanted to respond to the state of the art of ‘consumer’ monitors and related research.- which is below par. The industry including Fitbit, Oura and number of others ‘offer’ collaboration after viewing one’s research protocols, but control sensor sampling (without disclosure as ...

Reply to Invitation to contribute your priorities to WHO Guidelines on digital interventions for health systems strengthening and RMNCAH

Jan. 9, 2017
Hello Garrett and Derek, This my third attempt to get a response on making contact on this topic. Can you help? Paul Johnson MD Somehow I have missed out on the start of this track, did not see the details of the survey, and have missed Garrett's twenty questions and ...

Reply to Invitation to contribute your priorities to WHO Guidelines on digital interventions for health systems strengthening and RMNCAH

Dec. 12, 2016
Hello, Derek and Garrett, I have missed the start of this and cannot retrieve it. Details of the survey and Garrett's 20 questions would be welcome. Certainly a good idea to re-consider the me-health paper on MNCH 2011. Has there been any follow up on that comprehensive document, or are ...

Reply to Why are NCDs underfunded?

Dec. 1, 2016
Thank you Nohemie, Couldn't agree more; and this is not just from an equality point of view but a squandering of opportunity and resource which is ultimately of global health benefit. In the health sector it is a sheer arrogance for high income societies to assume that developing societies require ...


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