Written by Nino Berdzuli, Maternal and Reproductive Health Technical Advisor, JSI On Tuesday, March 24, Angelina Jolie openly shared the details of her preventative fight against cancer in the New York Times. Two years after her double mastectomy, […]
Written by Stephanie Mullen, DrPH, team leader, MEASURE Evaluation and senior M&E adviser at John Snow Inc. and Martha P. Skiles, MPH, PhD, research associate, MEASURE Evaluation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill This post was originally published by our project MEASURE on March 26, 2015. Although […]
This post was originally posted from our project AIDS.gov on March 25, 2015. Written by Miguel Gomez, Director, AIDS.gov, and Senior Communications Advisor, Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services We are excited […]
At the February 2015 mHealth Working Group meeting, JSI mHealth Technical Advisor Miquel Sitjar presented an introduction to mobile infrastructure and cellular networks. As mobile approaches to global health are becoming seemingly ubiquitous, it is important to have a working knowledge of the way cellular networks function. This blog post will serve to provide an overview of the components important to the functioning of a cellular network.
After twenty years, JSI’s Lauren Alexanderson recounts the factors that contributed to her diagnosis and successful treatment of osteosarcoma–a bone cancer that, under different circumstances, may have been fatal.
For International Women’s Day, JSI organized a screening of the documentary “I am a Girl”, which chronicles the challenges faced by six young women as they come of age in different communities around the world
Through the Positive Spin project, AIDS.gov will use the power of digital storytelling to raise awareness about the HIV continuum of care.
Better understanding of the end user or products and services can help solve difficult and persistent public health problems, such as low uptake of and adherence to family planning methods.
In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the AIDS.gov project reminds women that many preventive health services, including free HIV and other STI testing, is covered under the Affordable Care Act.
Drawing from the results-based forecasting for Mozambique’s Central de Medicamentos e Artigos Médicos (CMAM) conducted by the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, JSI’s Brian Serumaga weighs in with recommendations on how the widely contested central medical store model can be improved.