Renaissance

For decades, learning has depended on a conventional model premised on the scarcity of available knowledge and an emphasis on establishing mechanisms to transmit that […]

A round table for Immunization Agenda 2030: The leap from “bottom-up” consultation to multidimensional dialogue

They connected from health facilities, districts, and national teams all over the world. 4,769 immunization professionals from the largest network of immunization managers in the […]

Can the transformation of global health education for impact rely on input-based accreditation?

Burck Smith wrote in 2012 what remains one of the clearest summaries of how accreditation is based primarily on a higher education institution’s inputs rather […]

Two false dichotomies: quality vs. quantity and peer vs. global expertise

The national EPI manager of the Expanded Programme for Immunization (EPI) of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), just addressed the COVID-19 Peer Hub […]

Disseminating rapid learning about COVID-19 vaccine introduction

In July 2019, barely six months before the pandemic, we worked with alumni of The Geneva Learning Foundation’s immunization programme to build the Impact Accelerator […]

Solidarity across public health and medicine silos during a pandemic

We are launching a new Scholar programme about environmental threats to health, with an initial focus on radiation. (I mapped out what this might look […]

From guidelines to impact

Most global public health organizations issue guidelines that are of a high methodological quality and are developed through a transparent, evidence-based decision-making process. However, they […]

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