Research: Understanding the Barriers Patients Face Accessing TB Screening in Lesotho
In a new study, published in PLOS Global Public Health, Partners In Health staff in Lesotho assessed tuberculosis screening procedures at two facilities in the region, Berea Hospital and Khubetsoana Health Center.
7 Things To Know About Monkeypox
Viral disease declared a global health emergency
Research: Doctor Investigates HIV/AIDS Therapy Patterns at Hospital in Haiti
Age and the ability to meet basic needs were the only two factors that significantly correlated with adherence to antiretroviral treatment, according to a recent study conducted by a family medicine doctor working in Hinche, Haiti.
Research: Bringing Lifesaving Hepatitis Care To Rwanda
PIH provides new drugs, influences nationwide program
Timeline: PIH’s Work, Advocacy in HIV/AIDS
Explore the timeline to learn how PIH's work and advocacy in HIV/AIDS began in Haiti, branched out globally, and influenced how care was delivered to millions of people around the world.
Nurse Educators Take Skills Learned in Boston Back to Haiti
Nurse educators with Zanmi Lasante enhance their skills through a two-week-long simulation lab training at Regis College with the goal of bringing skills home to Haitian colleagues.
Photo Essay: Expanding a Hospital, Serving More Patients in Rwanda
The multi-year project will improve access to quality cancer care, other specialized care
Op-Ed: While U.S. Moves on from COVID-19, Local Leaders Left to Pick Up the Slack
In the absence of a cohesive and comprehensive federal plan, local health departments, community-based organizations, and others across the country are stepping up to assume the responsibility of accompanying their communities through this new phase of COVID-19, just as they have throughout the entire pandemic.
Dr. Joia Mukherjee: Med Students Should Become Healers Choosing ‘Hope and Action’
Dr. Joia Mukherjee to med school graduates: “Hope is as important now than it ever has been. ... It powers a willingness to wade into messy waters of sickness and suffering, to analyze the milieu of social injustice, and to address the root causes of disparate suffering."
Helping Patients With PTSD Heal
In Rwanda, one in five people live with a mental health condition