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How proper finance management means proper health management

Health is as complicated as finance. All the medicine in the world doesn’t make you healthier – management of our lives does. And that means thinking carefully about our finances. 397 more words

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A view from Australia on Ebola

This week our Director Barbara McPake has been in the news in Australia talking about Ebola:

Global Health’s Professor Barbara McPake, speaking ahead of a conference on global health security in Melbourne on Wednesday, said although it is likely we will see the… 129 more words

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Question time: Health systems in fragile and conflict-affected states

By Helen Carlin and Kate Hawkins

As part of the ReBUILD annual meeting we ran a Question Time event which was very ably chaired by… 2,062 more words

Fragile States

I’m an expert in healthcare in developing countries and conflict zones, AMA

As part of the Nossal Annual Forum Barbara McPake is taking part in a Reddit “IAmA”. This is an online forum where users post “AMAs” (for “Ask Me Anything”) and others can ask questions on a particular topic. 150 more words

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NEW! Brief on post-conflict reform in Sierra Leone

One of the challenges when a conflict is over is the balance between emergency aid to save lives and a longer-term approach based on rebuilding the health system. 248 more words

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Strengthening the Health System of Ketu South and Keta Municipalities

Farouk Adam Iddrisu, MSc-Health, Population, and Society, Eun WooNam, & SaritaDhakal

Introduction

Maternal and Infant Mortality rates are some of the most important indicators of development. 2,949 more words

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American nurses lack the most important protection from Ebola—training

Ebola is a particularly tough virus on health workers, who account for 8% of the victims in West Africa. In the US, and specifically in Texas, the ratio is technically lot worse: After the second nurse in Dallas has been diagnosed with Ebola, 66% of the cases there (two out of the three) have been health workers. 290 more words