Topic: Latin America and the Caribbean

Study finds intensive care cost-effective for newborns in Mexico

A new study by researchers at HSPH, working with colleagues at Baylor College of Medicine and the Mexican Ministry of Health, finds that expensive, intensive care that enables many preterm and low-birth-weight infants to survive is highly cost-effective in Mexico. The study…

Exchange program helps turn public health theory into practice

December 13, 2013 -- Under an academic exchange program between Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and the Mexico National Public Health Institute (the Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica, or INSP) that began in January 2013, four HSPH students have studied and…

Global health news: Harvard continues to help Haiti rebuilding efforts

Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Director Michael VanRooyen is quoted in a Harvard Crimson article about Harvard’s ongoing efforts to help Haiti rebuild following the devastating earthquake earlier this year. VanRooyen is an associate professor in the HSPH Department of Global Health and Population…