GHDonline, a product of the Global Health Delivery Project at Harvard University, partners with dynamic organizations to connect our members with relevant resources and opportunities.
GHDonline would not be possible without the support of the Global Health Delivery Project’s founding institutions and financial supporters.
Costs of Care is a nonprofit transforming American healthcare delivery by empowering patients and their caregivers to deflate medical bills. Costs of Care sees an opportunity to return $100 billion to the American people by trimming the fat out of medical bills – replacing or rejecting services that eat into our wallets without making us healthier. Join the Costs of Care community on GHDonline, visit them on the their blog and on Twitter for updates.
The Global Nursing Caucus (GNC) is a US-based nursing organization with global reach. The GNC was established in Boston in January 2011 by a group of nurses with common global health interests, in response to the need for improved collaboration and information dissemination in the rapidly evolving field of global health nursing. Through information exchange on international health policy, practice, education, and community building, the GNC hopes to improve the quality, efficacy, and visibility of the care delivered by the nursing community across the globe. Connect with colleagues from GNC in the Global Health Nursing & Midwifery community on GHDonline.
UpToDate® is an evidence-based, physician-authored medical information resource available via the web, desktop computer and mobile device. With UpToDate, physicians can answer questions quickly, increase their clinical knowledge and improve patient care. UpToDate is relied on by more than 360,000 clinicians worldwide, almost 90 percent of academic medical centers in the US and thousands of patients. GHDonline members working in low-resource settings may be eligible for free access to UpToDate. Learn more about the UpToDate International Grant Subscription Program.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the TB CARE II project provides funding for the development of theTB Design Roster, a GHDonline-based tool for identifying TB Infection Control consultants by location or area of expertise, including engineers and architects with special training or experience. TB CARE II is funded by USAID under cooperative agreement no. AID-OAA-A-10-00021. The project team includes prime recipient, University Research Co., LLC (URC), and sub-recipient organizations Jhpiego, Partners In Health (PIH), Project HOPE along with the Canadian Lung Association (CLA); Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI); Dartmouth Medical School: the Section of Infectious Disease and International Health; Euro Health Group; MASS Design Group, and The New Jersey Medical School Global Tuberculosis Institute.
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