PIH launched a new initiative, the U.S. Public Health Accompaniment Unit, to provide open access to learning resources and technical advice for states and municipalities struggling to conduct contact tracing for COVID-19.
PIH CEO Dr. Sheila Davis comments on nursing during the COVID-19 pandemic and the lessons she learned from colleagues who've battled epidemics around the world--from Ebola and cholera, to HIV and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
WASH--water, sanitation, and hygiene--is a key part of promoting good health and preventing the spread of infection, especially during a global pandemic like COVID-19.
Sierra Leone is still in the earlier stages of the global COVID-19 pandemic, though case numbers continue to rise. PIH and the government's goal has shifted from preventing the virus’ introduction to preventing a serious outbreak, while providing care for all patients, coronavirus or otherwise.
PIH teams respond to questions about job eligibility, the hiring process, contact tracing, and more, regarding the new Community Tracing Collaborative.
Three hours from Kigali, atop a remote hill hugging the Ugandan border, a small kitchen is having a big impact on agriculture and sustainability in the surrounding community.
Dr. Megan Murray, PIH's director of research and an epidemiologist and infectious disease expert, provides answers to frequently asked questions about the novel coronavirus.
CEO Dr. Sheila Davis provides an update on how PIH is monitoring the novel coronavirus, while planning for a swift clinical response for patients around the world.
Dr. Sheila Davis reflects on WHO's decision to name 2020 the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, and why it matters for the future of global health.
PIH's medical education program in Liberia helps doctors and nurses obtain specialized skills in rural facilities in the southeast region of the country.