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- Communities Endemic Non-Communicable Diseases, Global Health Nursing & Midwifery, Global Surgery & Anesthesia, Health IT,
Bio Meg OBrien Dr. Meg O’Brien is the Director of the Global Access to Pain Relief Initiative (GAPRI), a program of the Union for International Cancer Control and the American Cancer Society to improve the availability of essential pain medicines. Previously, Dr. O’Brien was the research director of the Center for Strategic HIV Operations Research at the Clinton Health Access Initiative and worked on the establishment of HIV treatment clinics for the US government’s PEPFAR program in Tanzania as a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health. She was also the Chief Epidemiologist of an HIV ...
- Communities Endemic Non-Communicable Diseases, Health IT, Strengthening Health Systems: The Role of NGOs, TB Infection Control, Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network,
Bio Phionah Lynn Atuhebwe International Development Research Centre - IDRC/Centre de recherches pour le développement international - CRDI
- Communities Global Health Nursing & Midwifery, MDR-TB Treatment & Prevention, TB Infection Control,
Bio Gini Williams Gini Williams has been running the International Council of Nurses’ TB project since 2008. She is a committed advocate for the recognition and investment in nursing as a means to improve the care delivered to people affected by TB particularly in low and middle income countries. The ICN's TB Project is funded via the Lilly MDR-TB Programme and has been working in 16 countries with a high incidence of TB and DR-TB. She has been active in the field of TB since 1993 and worked as a TB Nurse specialist herself in London for five years. In ...