In Canada, our southern neighbour casts a long shadow, and 2017 commenced with a deep distemper in my community of practice on food and health. I had conversations with friends that ranged from glum (celebrating
0000-0002-1767-4576I don’t know about you, but I am still in that weird part of the dawning year where writing the date seems like I am playing main stage in a Hollywood ‘sci-fi’ movie. Where the
Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University and a practicing emergency physician, Chris Tedeschi examines the added medical challenges a harsh winter will bring to already vulnerable refugee populations across Europe and the Middle East. Across
Dr Jibril Handuleh (centre, above) is physician, researcher and lecturer with dual nationality in Somalia and Djibouti. After training as a general practitioner in his homeland, he overcame multiple challenges to publish 15 papers over the
0000-0002-1767-4576This week, an open letter to the healthcare and public health students of the world – written by Harvard Fellow Dr Alessandro Demaio, for the 2013 Global Health Conference of the Australian Medical Students’ Association.
0000-0002-1767-4576 Win a trip to Vienna to join NCDFREE at the WHO Ministerial Meeting on Non-Communicable Disease. (click on above to watch) NCDFREE is a global social movement that aims to bring societal and
0000-0002-1767-4576 It is a sad fact that in modern day society, stigmas are still rife. Varied in nature, subject and conspicuousness they are still very real and very alive. What is cool, what is not.
This article is a transcript from a recent interview with Prue Bentley on 774 ABC Melbourne Radio, Australia. Prue interviews doctor and humanitarian advocate Dr Jenny Jamieson about her recent 6-month mission to Afghanistan with Médecins Sans Frontières. PLOS