Nicole Espy is a Harvard graduate and PHD candidate at the Chan School of Public Health. Her area of interest Biological Sciences in Public Health, has led her to significant research and publications on the
Physical activity and gaps in global health education: why the #PEPA16 MOOC is an important “leap” forward.
Ann Gates is a health care leader, clinical pharmacist, and exercise educationalist. She started her career as a clinical pharmacist in the NHS but quickly became interested in leadership and service planning. Ann is CEO
This week on PLOS Translational Global Health, Rhea Saksena talks all things Brexit – and what it might mean for local and global health. This week, the United Kingdom (UK) has made the unprecedented move
Public Health or Politics: The Recent History of America’s Gun Epidemic and What Public Health Can (and Should) Do to End It
James Michiel is an American public health technologist and writer. He holds an MPH in Epidemiology from the Boston University School of Public Health, is currently a Senior mHealth Analyst at Emory University’s Rollins School
Jacob and Chloe from NCDFREE’s Copenhagen team share highlights from the recent NCDFREE Copenhagen Long Lunch on Suicide Prevention. NCDFREE’s Long Lunch series bring emerging and established leaders from a variety of disciplines together to
Raquel Peck is the CEO of the World Hepatitis Alliance (WHA), she shares her hope that stronger action on viral hepatitis will be high on the agenda for the 69th World Health Assembly in Geneva
This week, Dr Phillip Baker of the Australian National University, writes on revealing new research analysing global trends and patterns in commercial milk-based formula sales. The blog summarises the key findings and implications of the
When the United Nations launched its new Sustainable Development Goals in 2015 – the blueprint to guide national agendas and political policies for the coming 15 years and the successors to the Millennium Development Goals
Dr Lalage Katunga holds a PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology and a Masters in Public Health. Her research is focused on understanding factors that influence health-outcomes in understudied populations. She has experience working in the
April 7 is World Health Day and in 2016 the focus is on diabetes. To celebrate, the team from NCDFREE have put together this infographic outlining the major challenges and solutions for this global burden.