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The latest newsletters for the Health Systems Program in the Department of International Health. 

Read about the latest news, research, faculty and student highlights, upcoming events, publications, accolades, and more in our Health Systems Program newsletter.  

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  • June 2021 – most current
    International Health Faculty Receive Public Health Practice Awards from the Bloomberg School; International Health Graduates 2021 Yearbook; WTO TRIPS Waiver for COVID-19 Vaccines; and more. 
  • May 10, 2021
    One Month Left to Register for the Johns Hopkins Health Systems Summer Institute; How the U.S. Can Help the COVID Crisis in India; Inequities in Health and Health Systems: Learning from Latin America and the Caribbean; and more.
  • April 7, 2021 
    Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Campaigns Could Impede Routine Health Services in Resource-Constrained Settings if Precautions are Not Taken, New Study Finds; New Study Casts COVID-19 and Government Mandates in a New Light in Rural America; 2021 India Health Systems Institute; and more. 
  • February 26, 2021 
    Registration is Open for the 2021 Health Systems Summer Institute; National Pandemic Pulse Project; "Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen": Stakeholder Dynamics and Social Accountability in Informal Settlements in Kampala, Uganda; and more. 
  • January 29, 2021 
    The Maryland Maternal Health Innovation Program Launches Statewide Hospital Initiative to Promote Equity and Safety in Maryland Maternal Health Outcomes; How to Create a Gender-Responsive Pandemic Plan; UHC2030 Policy Brief on COVID-19 and Fragile Settings; and more. 
  • December 30, 2020
    Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit Awarded $39.5 Million USAID Grant to Lead Global Initiative on Strengthening Health Systems for Rehabilitation; Nearly a Quarter of the World's Population Might Not Have Access to a COVID-19 Vaccine Until at Least 2022, a New Study Finds; Daniela Rodriguez on Johns Hopkins University Discovery Award Winning Team; and more. 
  • November 30, 2020
    Johns Hopkins Receives Grant to Study Factors Shaping the Effectiveness of National Programs to Care for Orphans and Other Children at Risk; Dexamethasone, a Steroid, Saves Lives of Early Preterm Babies in Low-Resource Settings, New Study Finds; Johns Hopkins Faculty Co-Found New International Society for Global Health Policy Research; and more.
  • October 30, 2020 
    Studies by Johns Hopkins Researchers Seek to Improve Mobile Phone Health Surveys in Colombia; Department of International Health at the 6th Global Symposium for Health Systems Research; Nasreen Jessani and Rosemary Morgan Make 2020 Canadian Women in Global Health List. 
  • September 30, 2020
    Lessons learned from the Global Polio Eradication Initiative published in special supplement; New book by Johns Hopkins researchers documents community health worker programs across the globe; Edge of Emergency: coronavirus feature on COVID-19 and the Rohingya refugee camps.
  • August 26, 2020 
    New grant to develop model to project health expenditures in Latin America and the Caribbean; the MDMOM Program launches a Severe Maternal Morbidity Surveillance and Review Pilot Program in Maryland; New evidence shows investments in vaccination produce even greater returns; and more.
  • July 28, 2020
    New grant to support primary health care services in India; COVID-19 and gender research team receives funding to expand to low- and middle-income countries; Prianca Reddi receives Presidential Management Fellowship from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; and more.
  • July 2, 2020
    New modeling study estimates the potential impact of a COVID-19 outbreak in Bangladesh refugee camps; Ligia Paina receives a Johns Hopkins Catalyst Award; COVID-19 Expert Reality Check featuring Tolbert Nyenswah; and more.
  • June 12, 2020
    Jeremy Shiffman receives Student Assembly award; Public Health On Call podcast featuring Sara Bennett; event highlights from Canary in the Coal Mine – Learnings from COVID-19 for Health Ecosystems in an Ageing World; and more. 
  • May 29, 2020
    Faculty and students receive Global Health Day 2020 awards; first-ever Health Systems Program Student "Pitch-it" Competition; community-led daycares found to reduce drowning deaths in Bangladesh study; and more. 
  • May 8, 2020
    Global health metrics initiatives: Shortfalls, opportunities, and a new way forward; the role of national health information systems in the response to COVID-19; COVID-19 is an opportunity for gender equality within the workplace and at home; and more. 
  • April 2020
    Ironing out wrinkles in India's pandemic response; PandemiCast 3: Vaccines; How can we prepare for coronavirus? Learn from Liberia's experience with Ebola; and more.
  • March 2020
    Permanent gun-carrying restrictions reduce gun-related mortality in two Colombian cities, study finds; 2020 Health Systems Summer Institute registration; Liberia's public health expert Tolbert Nyenswah speaks at international panel of experts on the coronavirus disease; and more. 
  • February 2020
    2020 Health Systems Summer Institute schedule released; Johns Hopkins International Injury Unit seminar – The Auto Industry Lobby: Still Unsafe at Any Speed?; recent publications; and more. 
  • January 2020
    Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit receives Prince Michael International Road Safety Award; Excellence in Teaching Awards; recent publications; and more. 
  • December 2019
    Bloomberg Philanthropies renews grant for development of mobile phone surveys in low- and middle-income countries; Bryan Patenaude named one of Forbes 30 Under 30 for Achievement in Healthcare; Open Access Week 2019; and more.
  • November 2019
    Eckhert-Fazen Seminar on Human Resources for Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Tracking antimicrobial resistance in the Sustainable Development Goals; recent publications; and more. 
  • October 2019
    New grant awarded to prevent maternal deaths and severe pregnancy complications across Maryland; standard thresholds for determining cost-effectiveness of public health interventions in low-income countries too low, new study finds; health systems must go beyond 'sick care' for Universal Health Coverage; and more.