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At the request of the Ministry of Health of Morocco, we organized a learning session for the Third Anniversary International Symposium: Health Coverage for Vulnerable Populations.
This blog series is a roundup of recent news items and developments that I found interesting and would like to share.
Last month, ACCESS Health International conducted a workshop to promote best practices in hand hygiene, at Niloufer Hospital, in Hyderabad, India.
Lee Kuan Yew, the founding prime minister of Singapore, passed away on Monday morning. As the first prime minister, Mr. Lee helped shape many policies in the formative years of independence.
The Safe Care, Saving Lives project team organized a training workshop on continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) use in neonatal intensive care units.
The Quality and Process Improvement team recently organized a visit by Dr. Srinivas Murki of the National Neonatology Forum to the Special Newborn Care Unit at District Hospital, Khammam.
In a series of group interviews, the Swedish team of ACCESS Health meets different groups of senior citizens to understand their needs. In this interview, the participants discuss technology, share their views on Swedish healthcare, and tell us about their experiences as informal caregivers.
We recently introduced a new weekly blog series called “In Case You Missed It.” This blog series is a roundup of news items and developments from the previous week that I found interesting and would like to share.
The raw data and survey tools from the Aarogyasri Evaluation are now available and downloadable online.
eHealth is a new tool for healthcare and self care, with many different varieties and possible uses. We need to develop different models for reimbursement that enable eHealth services to be widely used.