Students and faculty can search over 28 million citations for biomedical literature using this free search engine - a National Institutes of Health (NIH) resource. For a brief overview of searching PubMed, see the Quick Start section.
Antiretroviral therapy (ART) is a critical tool in the fight against the global HIV epidemic. With ART, antiretroviral drugs are used to suppress the HIV virus, stop the progression of the disease, and prevent onward transmission. In 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) updated their consolidated guidelines on the use of antiretroviral drugs in the fight against HIV. This course will equip health workers with the skills they need to use ART for HIV treatment and prevention according to these updated clinical guidelines.Taught by clinical experts in HIV and global health, the course is self-directed to accommodate individual schedules.
Taught by leading experts in pediatric HIV clinical care and treatment, nursing, and global health, this course will equip nurses and midwives with the skills they need to provide quality clinical care to children living with HIV according to the latest clinical guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO).
The online course is self-paced to accommodate individual schedules and learning needs.
Option B+ is an approach to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV and maintain the health of the mother. It entails initiation of lifelong ART for pregnant and breastfeeding women infected with HIV. If realized and performed effectively, this approach will advance the goal of an AIDS-free generation. Nurses and midwives are of critical importance to the scale-up of Option B+. This online training for Option B+ is designed for self-directed learning by nursing students or practicing professionals but is open to anyone. You can go through each module at your own pace.
This policy was developed by the Resilient and Responsive Health Systems (RRHS) Project -- supporting nursing and midwifery education and practice in Sierra Leone. The primary purpose of internet availability at the school is to provide access to information and related activities that will enhance and support the educational, instructional, and research activities for students, faculty, and staff. This policy document governs all internet and computer activities for users (students and school staff).
This briefer was developed by the Resilient & Responsive Health Organizations (RRHO) project to provide guidance to organizations on best practices in strategic information including monitoring & evaluation, quality management, information systems, and knowledge management.
This briefer was developed by the Resilient & Responsive Health Organizations (RRHO) project to provide guidance to organizations on best practices in administration (procurement and fixed asset control), human resources (personnel policies and staffing levels & retention), and financial management (financial policies & procedures, accounting system, budgeting, and audits).
This briefer was developed by the Resilient & Responsive Health Organizations (RRHO) project to provide guidance to organizations on best practices in governance (board composition & oversight and mission), leadership (organizational structure, decision-making, internal communication, succession planning, and resilience & sustainability), and strategic management (strategic planning, operational planning, resource mobilization, and external communication strategy).
The Global Health eLearning Center offers courses aimed at increasing knowledge in a variety of global health technical areas. Courses are also organized into Certificate Programs to help you focus your learning with a more comprehensive study of key topics of global health. You can earn a certificate in a variety of global health areas by successfully completing all courses within a program area.
Certificates include: Child Survival, Family Planning Methods, Governance and Health, HIV, Infectious Diseases, Maternal Health, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Neonatal Health, and Organizational Change and Knowledge Management.
Achieving country commitments to universal health coverage requires maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of the health workforce. The Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project supported country governments to optimize the quality and efficiency of the health labor market through policy development and implementation in health workforce production, regulation of the private sector, and initiatives to address maldistribution and inefficiencies. Over the course of the project, HFG engaged with countries on common challenges regarding human resources for health (HRH) – vacancies, ghost workers, incomplete HRH data, and health workers ill-prepared to meet population health needs, among others. Careful stakeholder engagement, incorporation of governance capacity building into HRH technical assistance, and thoughtful selection of interventions that could serve as levers for broader reforms contributed to the successful outcomes achieved with HFG’s support.