JSI’s Amanda Makulec shares five key messages she took away from the DC Tech Salon on Design in Development that took place May 12, 2015.
Immunization matters for everyone but learn more about why some adults are still not getting vaccinated as recommended. Also, learn about the Massachusetts Adult Immunization Coalition’s 20th annual Adult Immunization Conference, happening Tuesday, April 14, 2015.
This year, “Ethics” was upgraded from a special interest to an official section at the American Public Health Association meeting. JSI’s Kara Sprangers considers the symbolic significance of this upgrade in a field whose mission is to “do good.”
Blogging from the American Public Health Association meeting in New Orleans, Jay Heavner, Director of Communications for JSI/Washington, D.C., offers tips on how to create engaging technical poster presentations for conferences.
Samson Kironde, Chief of Party of the STAR-EC project in Uganda, argues that the end of HIV is within our reach, but immediate and persistent action must be taken to break down the cultural, societal, and structural barriers that remain obstructions to that goal.
Presenters and exhibitors at the International AIDS conference in Melbourne demonstrate the vast diversity of people and initiatives dedicated to the global fight against HIV.
Writing from the 20th International AIDS Conference, JSI’s Malia Duffy discusses the particular challenges faced by adolescents living with HIV and shares the main points of the Youth Action Plan–a strategy devised by a consortium of HIV-positive adolescents during a planning session in Melbourne.
JSI Senior Care and Treatment Advisor Bisola Ojikutu summarizes clinical breakthroughs in the field of HIV from the 20th International AIDS Society Conference.
In 2014, science has given us reason to believe that the world will one day be without AIDS, but there are still many structural barriers to topple before we get there.
The buzz of intense conversation didn’t stop…in less than two days, a select group of 150 delegates to the Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) Conference in Addis Ababa produced an impressive list of recommendations reflecting work in the Philippines, Tanzania, Madagascar, Uganda, Kenya, and Ethiopia among other countries. PHE is a severely under-funded initiative, struggling to find its way among the sectoral approaches favored by donors.