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International Community Must Enforce Medical Neutrality In Conflict Situations

New England Journal of Medicine: Attacks on Health Care in Syria — Normalizing Violations of Medical Neutrality? Michele Heisler, Elise Baker, and Donna McKay, all affiliated with Physicians for Human Rights “…When health care systems come under assault, the losses are far greater than the toll of health workers killed…

Articles Examine Creating Health Leadership In Academic, Village Settings In Resource-Limited Uganda

Human Resources for Health: Global health leadership training in resource-limited settings: a collaborative approach by academic institutions and local health care programs in Uganda Damalie Nakanjako of Makerere University College of Health Sciences in Kampala, Uganda, and colleagues examine the results among Ugandan participants in the Afya Bora Global Health…

Social Mobilization Critical To Ending Polio, UNICEF Director Says

Devex: Ending polio one community at a time “Social mobilization was the backbone of polio eradication efforts with health workers, combating polio ‘community by community by community,’ UNICEF Executive Director Tony Lake told Devex Impact associate editor Adva Saldinger in an exclusive interview. Understanding the community structure was crucial to…

Podcast Discusses Women In Global Health Leadership Roles

Pangea: Women in Global Health: Growing a Movement for Leadership In this podcast, Jaclyn Schiff, executive producer and host of the Pangea podcast, speaks with Roopa Dhatt and Caity Jackson, two of the co-founders of #WomeninGH, “a new group that aims to empower women leadership in global health,” about the…

MSF Releases Internal Review Of U.S. Airstrike On Kunduz Hospital That Killed At Least 30 People

News outlets report on a Médecins Sans Frontières internal review of the allegedly mistaken U.S. military airstrike on the organization’s hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. The Atlantic: What Happened in Kunduz? “…At a news conference in Kabul on Thursday, Christopher Stokes, MSF’s general director, said it’s ‘quite hard to understand and…