A new study in The Lancet shows promising gains in disability-adjusted life years and healthy life expectancy worldwide. JSI’s Chris Wright anticipates how these changes will impact global public health supply chains.
JSI’s Jim Maxwell, Rachel Tobey, and Christine Barron outline five strategies to help community health centers to participate in and/or lead accountable care organizations.
Extensive technical support, resources, and continuous monitoring are required to introduce new and underutilized vaccines. In this blog post, JSI’s Michel Othepa lays out process of new vaccine introduction.
AIDSTAR Plus provided technical assistance to Honduras’ Ministry of Health to implement a new national HIV and STI strategy. As explained by regional technical officer Dr. Sergio Flores, the project not only built the technical capacity of health workers and administrators, but changed people’s attitudes and behaviors toward the fight against HIV.
Dr. Alimou Barry traveled to Guinea, ground zero of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, to conduct a rapid assessment of the implications of the outbreak on reproductive, maternal and child health services usage and delivery.
JSI’s president, Joel Lamstein, talks about the big picture behind long term health system strengthening in Liberia.
One month after new Ebola cases re-emerged in Liberia, Dr. Rose Macauley reflects on the next steps needed to continue rebuilding the country’s health system.
Vaccine supply chains require dedicated data management and reporting systems. In Tanzania, JSI is supporting the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in the development and implementation of an electronic vaccine information system that is integrated with the overarching electronic logistics management information system (eLMIS) while addressing the unique needs of vaccine supply chain management.
Senior JSI consultant Annie Silvia describes the online course she and her colleagues developed to help educate middle and high school teachers, nurses, and administrators on LGBTQQ issues.
Nino Berdzuli, Chief of Party of the SUSTAIN project in Georgia, blogs on the findings of the recent reproductive age mortality studies (RAMOS), which show a 40% decline in maternal mortality in the country between 2006-2012.