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Medicine being handed over to a Tanzanian citizen. Courtesy of Rosalind D’Eugenio.
The Mayans predicted that civilization would end December 21, 2012. Now, in the year 2013, civilization remains, but it is far from stable. We are left to take stock of the...
Retired Army General Stan McChrystal and Research Scientist Kristina Talbert-Slagle before their joint lecture "The Health of Nations" on the similarities in fighting a medical virus and fighting a military insurgency during at Yale University's Luce Hall in New Haven, Connecticut
Retired U.S. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal has learned that some insurgencies are better fought with a microscope than an M16. In a novel presentation Tuesday to a Yale...
Elizabeth Bradley meets with health care workers in Egypt.
Elizabeth Bradley started her career on the faculty at Yale in 1996 and currently serves in a variety of roles at the University, including professor of public health,...
Examining why American health lags behind other affluent nations.
Last week, a new catch phrase punctuated media reports: the so-called “U.S. health disadvantage.” The term summarizes a report released Thursday by the Institute of Medicine...
Elizabeth Bradley (left) of the Global Health Leadership Institute which was recognized by President Bill Clinton for its work in Rwanda.
Elizabeth Bradley, faculty director of the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI), accepted recognition from President Bill Clinton on Sept. 25 for Yale’s commitment...
View of solution being measured in a syringe
Although some family health innovations have proved effective in communities around the globe, many fail to gain widespread use – particularly in low- and middle-income...
View inside of an operating room
A review of US hospitals indicates a lack of implementation of important practices to reduce readmission rates among patients with heart failure and acute myocardial...

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