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Expert Panels

GHDonline hosts virtual, week-long events that bring together leading experts to share their knowledge and discuss key issues in the field. These Expert Panels are free and entirely online—eliminating travel costs, time, and financial constraints. Learn more.

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Current conversations in the communities

Malaria Prevention & Treatment

Fighting malaria using genetically engineered super-mosquitoes

As efforts are scaled up to eliminate malaria, scientists have come up with genetically modified mosquitoes that do not transmit malaria and also wipe out mosquitoes which transmit malaria. Impressive but also potentially controversial approach. Read more

HIV Treatment & Prevention

Rationale of CD4 monitoring to clients with access to viral load test

The current indication for provision of co-trimoxazole preventive therapy relies on CD4 and WHO clinical staging. As we are now shifting to viral load tests, most providers are no longer doing CD4 tests for patients on ARV. Is there any scientific evidence that viral load is reliable as criteria for giving CPT? Read more

Health IT

Individual tracking

I have had a couple of patients who have had frequent episodes of leaving home alone, getting lost and then having to be tracked by family. Is there a device which can be tagged on to them physically to help trace them in such situations? Read more

UpToDate International Grant Subscription Program

We partner with UpToDate®, an evidence-based, physician-authored clinical decision support tool, to provide free subscriptions for qualifying GHDonline members. Learn more.

Case Studies

The Global Health Delivery Project has published more than 30 Harvard Business School‐style teaching case studies available at no cost to GHDonline members. This collection examines programmatic, organizational, and policy‐related decisions global health leaders face and various disease conditions, within and across health care delivery systems in resource‐limited settings. Learn more.