SPRING to better nutrition across the globe

Evidence has been mounting to support the hypothesis that maternal undernutrition, as well as in-utero infant and young child undernutrition, are correlated with the risk of developing nutrition related non-communicable diseases (N-RNCDs) later in life.

Increasing access to adult immunization in Massachusetts

Residents of Massachusetts benefit from a universal select childhood vaccine program, and Massachusetts has some of the highest childhood vaccination rates in the nation. Adults, however, have less access to vaccine supplies, services, and information, and rates have lagged behind.

The RHINO Network’s International Forum on Innovative Applications of Mobile Technologies with Routine Health Information Systems

Sharing experiences across projects, organizations, and countries is essential to supporting smart design of new mobile projects, and adaptation of existing platforms.

Geography matters: Mapping local knowledge to support community-based health activities

If you’ve used Google maps to find a restaurant while traveling, or logged onto your health insurance provider’s website to find the nearest primary care physician in an unfamiliar city, you’ve experienced the power maps have first-hand. Knowing business locations simplifies our day-to-day lives and connects us to services we need.