A new early-intervention model helps caregivers learn strategies to nurture their childrens' development.
"Quarantine" is a frightening word, but could it be an effective public health measure in some circumstances?
Innovative study of pediatric surgery in Brazil may offer a model for allocating healthcare resources.
Zika may be out of the headlines, but researchers are learning more about how the mysterious virus makes its way from mothers to babies.
The eighth annual DGHI event featured 44 student posters that highlighted field research in 18 countries.
Without private resources and resourcefulness, attaining universal access to high-quality care and better health outcomes will remain difficult.
DGHI faculty member Mary Story has been selected for a presitgious award for her impact as a leader in the field of obesity.
Duke alum Sydney Neeley graduated with a Master’s of Science degree in Global Health and a certificate in Geospatial Analysis through the Nicholas School of the Environment. Now, she works with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in New York.
Duke pediatric neuro-oncologist Kristin Schroeder established an innovative pediatric cancer unit at Bugando Medical Centre in Mwanza, Tanzania, where she and colleagues are making a dent in survival rates by trying more holistic approaches to patient care.
India's healthcare system has an imbalanced workforce that renders the system dysfunctional. It has had a significant effect on access to good surgical care, especially in rural areas.