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These discussions are very helpful, especially in opening the minds of people on which models work and which don't, which models are sustainable and which aren't. By exchanging knowledge and information on GHDonline, we can get the best models.
Connect with colleagues in the US to share strategies for containing costs and empowering patients and providers to deflate medical bills
Share resources, information and support to aid colleagues on the front lines in their efforts to respond to this new epidemic.
Connect with nurses and midwives worldwide to share experiences and exchange information to raise the standard of nursing care and training.
Join surgery and anesthesia colleagues to exchange experiences and promote initiatives that address the challenges of surgical care in resource-poor settings.
Exchange ideas and approaches for improving HIV prevention strategies, scaling up access to ARVs and supporting adherence and retention.
Join colleagues in the US to discuss systems innovations in care delivery and share strategies for developing, implementing, and evaluating innovations in practice.
Join colleagues to discuss approaches for early diagnosis, treatment and prevention of multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Connect with colleagues in the US to discuss and share strategies for improving the health of populations and communities.
When a supply chain system is functioning well, it is a hospital’s silent partner. Unfortunately, poorly performing supply chains are all too common, especially in low and middle income countries. Since many argue that clinicians should take an active role in the decision-making related to their organization’s supply chain practices, this Expert Panel will discuss strategies for building clinically integrated supply chains. Learn more.
This panel explores methods for driving innovation and access in global health diagnostics for HIV, TB, malaria, and HPV. Our panelists share their experiences and expertise, and discuss what must be done to ensure these technologies are accessible to the world’s poorest and most vulnerable populations. Join us to discuss what must be done in order to develop delivery systems, business models, new technologies, interoperability standards, and governance mechanisms to ensure each patient will receive the right diagnostic at the right time. Learn more.
End-of-life care is the term used to describe the support and medical care given during the time surrounding death. The care provided does not happen just in the moments before breathing finally stops and a heart ceases to beat. Rather, an individual may be living, and dying, with one or more chronic illnesses and require care for days, weeks, and sometimes even months. Personal preference, family, culture, faith and economics all intersect in this journey. This Expert Panel examines best practices for initiating conversations about end-of-life care. Learn more.
Digital clinical resources offer access to vital clinical information at the point of care and inform providers of the most recent advancements in medicine. This Expert Panel discusses how the recent expansion of these tools in the United States raises questions regarding their global uptake, the barriers restricting their use, and what can be done to overcome these roadblocks. Learn more.