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Theoretical Epidemiologist Christophe Fraser to speak at Global Health Leaders Forum. Monday June 16, 2014, 12:00, W2008, JHSPH.

Hopkins-Pulitzer Fellowship Recipient Announced
Congratulations, Michelle Ferng! 

Right to Heal - Film Screening and Panel
April 07, 2014, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Sommer Hall

Hopkins Team Takes 2nd Place at the 2014 Emory Global Health Case Competition. See the team.

Jhpiego Wins 2014 UN Population Award
Follow this link for the details.

Join us for an Information Session on the Global Health Reporting Fellowship
March 04, 2014, 12 - 1 PM, W1030

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Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report

Filling the need for trusted information on health issues
  1. Anti-Gay Laws Will Facilitate HIV Spread Worldwide, AIDS Expert Says

    The Independent: Anti-gay laws will help global spread of HIV, claims global AIDS expert “Anti-gay laws in Russia, Uganda, Nigeria, and other countries … will have ‘consequences’ for the continued spread of HIV around the world, potentially dashing hopes of eradicating the virus in the early 21st century, the head of the International AIDS SocietyMore

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:18:13 +0000
  2. News Reports Highlight Scientific Findings Presented At AIDS 2014

    News outlets highlight several of the scientific findings presented this week at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia. Making Strides: Highlights of Research Unveiled at AIDS Conference “Coinciding with the 2014 International AIDS Conference, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) released a special theme issue this month that highlights theMore

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:16:05 +0000
  3. HIV Prevalence Low In China, But Stigma, Lack Of Education Challenge Prevention Efforts

    News outlets report on the challenges around HIV efforts in China. Australia Broadcasting Corporation: Making progress, but a long way to go: battling stigma against HIV AIDS in China “…China has made progress in prevention and education when it comes to HIV, but a strong undercurrent of stigma and discrimination exists beneath the veneer ofMore

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:12:14 +0000
  4. Though Poverty Declining Worldwide, More Than 2.2B People ‘Poor Or Near-Poor,’ U.N. Reports

    Agence France-Presse: More than 2.2 billion people ‘poor or near-poor’: U.N. “More than 2.2 billion people are ‘poor or near-poor’, with financial crises, natural disasters, soaring food prices, and violent conflicts threatening to exacerbate the problem, a United Nations report said Thursday…” (7/24).
    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:10:23 +0000
  5. Myanmar’s Rohingya Struggle To Access Health Care

    Reuters: Myanmar Muslims in remote Rakhine suffer worsening health crisis “…Since international aid groups were forced out of [Myanmar's western state of Rakhine] in February and March, members of the minority Muslim Rohingya community who relied on them say basic health care services have all but disappeared…” (Mooney/Win, 7/24).
    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:08:36 +0000
  6. Malaria Is Leading Killer In War-Torn CAR, MSF Says

    Reuters: Malaria is the leading killer in Central African Republic: aid group “As a recent ceasefire deal boosts prospects for peace in Central African Republic, a key medical aid group warned on Thursday that malaria was the leading killer in the impoverished landlocked country…” (Donath, 7/24).
    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:08:04 +0000

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