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Emptying Pit Latrines Exposes Workers to Pathogens

October 28, 2018

The study results show that pit emptying can generate bioaerosols that could potentially be dangerous to sanitation workers or those in the vicinity of the latrines while they are being emptied.

Mother and Baby Drawing

Interviews Lend Insight into Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission

October 21, 2018

A recent study in Cape Town, South Africa, led by DGHI associate professor Melissa Watt, explored how HIV-infected pregnant women make disclosure decisions. The women who disclosed their status reported benefits such as increased emotional support, help with care engagement and improved self-acceptance.

Sara Abdullah in immunization center

3 Questions with Sara Abdullah MS’16

October 11, 2018

Sara Abdullah, a 2016 graduate, is making her mark in her home country of Pakistan as a program manager for Interactive Research and Development.

Translation Meeting at KCMC

The Art & Science of Translating Scales across Cultures

October 10, 2018

Researchers conducting studies in another culture run the risk of their surveys getting lost in translation, leading to unreliable research results. But with some careful collaboration, common pitfalls can be avoided.

Research Roundup

DGHI Research Roundup: September 2018

October 01, 2018

Thirty-two DGHI-affiliated authors—including faculty, staff and alumni—recently shared new discoveries on a variety of global health topics in peer-reviewed publications.

First Cohort of MSc-GH Students at DGHI

DGHI’s Master of Science in Global Health Program Turns 10

September 23, 2018

When leaders at the Duke Global Health Institute began conceptualizing the Master of Science in Global Health program in 2007—the year after the institute was founded—they had few models to turn to for inspiration. Just over 10 years later, 229 students from 18 countries have graduated from the program.

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