Ana Langer, professor of the practice of public health and coordinator of the Women and Health Initiative, discusses abortion access in the U.S. and globally, and the negative health implications caused by restrictions.
In October, the World Health Organization (WHO) for the first time recommended a broad rollout of a vaccine that protects against Plasmodium falciparum, the deadliest malaria parasite globally and the most prevalent in Africa.
At nursing leadership event, speakers cite need for strategic investment in global public health systems and empowering nurses.
Researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are leading a new collaborative effort to increase training opportunities in data science research in five African countries.
Harvard T.H. Chan School researchers have helped address the unique COVID-19 burdens faced by countries around the world.
Phyllis Kanki, Mary Woodard Lasker Professor of Health Sciences, reflects on the successes and failures of the global response to HIV/AIDS, and the work left to do to finally end the disease.
Jane Jie Sun supports the Harvard LEAD Fellowship promoting women leaders in global health.
For immediate release: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Boston, MA – Some 166 million micronutrient deficiencies could be averted by 2030 if the global production of marine and freshwater foods is increased by 15.5 million tons (8%), new research…
Muhammad Pate, a former Nigerian health minister, plans to explore trends that will shape the future of global health, and share his perspective as a practitioner September 1, 2021—When Muhammad Pate became head of Nigeria’s National Primary Health…
To achieve the World Health Organization’s goal of helping provide “the highest attainable standard of health” for individuals, it’s time to rethink the divisions between public health and clinical medicine, especially preventive medicine, according to an August 5,…