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Announcing the set of newborn resuscitation videos

Elizabeth Anne Jones replied

Many thanks for all you do to promote life saving infant care. I have forwarded all to my colleagues in rural Tanzania, where they have a newly established NICU. Anne Jones, Durham, NC *Compassion is the keen awareness of the interdependence of all things - Thomas Merton* *Diversity is inviting ... read more

Updated: 22 Aug, 2019
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Diploma in Public Health (DPH)

by Bhupesh Advani

Diploma in Public Health (DPH) is an course in public health sciences. The duration of the course is of 1 year inclusive of Industrial visits, research projects and internship. The candidate during and after the training should be able to implement the knowledge, skills & advances of public health for ... read more

Updated: 28 Jun, 2019
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Mid Career Enhancement Opportunities for Working professionals

by Bhupesh Advani

Jodhpur School of Public Health (JSPH) has been an established name in the field of Public Health Education since 2008. We provide academic services to various institutions and are currently proud knowledge partners of Maulana Azad University, Jodhpur and Poornima University, Jaipur, Rajasthan. We provide a plethora of academic programs ... read more

Updated: 06 Jun, 2019
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Announcing our newest video: Newborn Resuscitation

by deborah van dyke

Dear colleagues, We are delighted to announce the release of our newest video—Helping Babies Breathe at Birth. This live action video demonstrates the key steps in resuscitating a newborn using the latest Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) guidelines. Helping Babies Breathe (AAP) is an evidence-based hands-on training program developed for low-resource ... read more

Updated: 02 Jun, 2019
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Replying to interest for "Looking for health professionals in Kenya, Nigeria & Botswana"

by Enya Seguin

Hi all, it seems that I am unable to reply in the thread. So hopefully you all see this! To apply on YAPILI as an African adviser (health professional), please join us here: https://app.yapili.com/#/login. We will process your application shortly and hope to welcome you onboard! Let's spread your health ... read more

Updated: 14 Apr, 2019
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Looking for health professionals in Kenya, Nigeria & Botswana

Jordan Maloya replied

Am excited to work with the team, but am from Malawi is there any possibility that I can be part of it? Should there be honey opportunity am more than ready. Waiting your earliest response. read more

Updated: 12 Apr, 2019
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Birth Center in India

Macmy ST-HILAIRE replied

There are several midwives in Haiti. You can choose one of them. read more

Updated: 09 Dec, 2018
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Keeping connected

Neil Pakenham-Walsh replied

Thank you Christina. I have joined the new Google group and look forward to interacting. I would also like to invite GHD N&M members to join HIFA. HIFA has 19k members with many nurses and midwives and we would welcome more. :-) Here's a brief overview: HIFA (Healthcare Information For ... read more

Updated: 07 Dec, 2018
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Maternal Mortality ratio (MMR) and Pregnancy Related Mortality ratio (PRMR)

Kaboni Whitney Gondwe replied

Thank you so much Elizabeth for the comment and the article you sent. In my research on preterm birth in Malawi and US, I have also been curious with preterm birth rates considering that some countries viability is lower than others. For example Malawi where viability is 28 weeks and ... read more

Updated: 06 Dec, 2018
Recommendation: 1
Replies: 2

American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene actively looking for nursing participation!

Elizabeth Glaser replied

I agree with Kim, we had 5 abstracts accepted out of 5 submitted from Kamuzu College of Nursing at the conference this year. In 2016, I was fortunate to be on the first nurse led symposium at ASTMH , on post the Ebola situation in West Africa; one thing that ... read more

Updated: 06 Dec, 2018
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