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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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Communities

Members around the world share practical information and discuss important issues in our expert-led virtual communities. Learn more.

Current conversations in the communities

Non-Communicable Diseases

New research: Is an unprecedented infant feeding transition underway?

A new research study on increasing milk formula sales around the world and its implications for child nutrition raises the question, "Is an unprecedented infant and young child feeding transition underway?" What or who might be responsible for driving these trends? Read more

Population Health

Seeking Volunteer Global Health TV Correspondents

An upcoming TV Channel in Kenya dedicated to broadcasting health information for purposes of education, entertainment, and patient empowerment is looking for anyone with a firm grasp of health issues.

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TB Infection Control

Dose scheduling for drug-sensible TB -2 or 3 times weekly

A member has switched from twice- to three times a week- treatment for TB patients in Peru. Is there evidence that adding a day of treatment does not significantly increase the chance of defaulting on treatment? 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.