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Fighting Misinformation: The Preprint Sifter

The Preprint Sifter is a new Twitter tool that tracks down Tweets from leading epidemiologists, virologists, public health and other experts who are posting, vetting and verifying COVID-19 related preprint papers.

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Announcing: Mental Health Care Leadership Champions – A Three-Program Certificate of Specialization

The unmet needs for care for mental health problems have always been large; they have only increased during the current pandemic. Mental Health Care Leadership Champions will help narrow this gap by training and mentoring forward-thinking leaders. For more information visit: Mental Health Care Leadership Champions Program EMPOWERING LEADERS FOR IMPROVED HEALTH OUTCOMES The Certificate Continue reading [...]

Grand Challenges Canada funded project to scale up peer supervision for delivery of psychological treatments – Collaboration between GMH@Harvard’s Project EMPOWER, Dimagi, Sangath and the University of Toronto

Written by: Ankita Shah, Program Coordinator, Sangath Bhopal HubEdited by: Juliana Restivo, Program Coordinator, Harvard Medical School “Our experience today reinforced that ASHAs (Accredited Social Health Activists) have the potential to revolutionize mental healthcare. Their interpersonal skills were heart-warming and their strong ties to the community form the needed foundation to deliver accessible, patient-centered care. Continue reading [...]

GMH@Harvard’s Project EMPOWER completes evidence-based psychological treatment pilot training in India

Written by: Udita Joshi, Research Coordinator, Sangath Bhopal Hub Edited by: Juliana Restivo, Program Coordinator, Harvard Medical School Project EMPOWER (India) completes pilot training of more than 40 community health workers in Gujarat, India to provide evidence-based psychological treatment According to the latest survey by WHO, COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted critical mental health services in Continue reading [...]

MisinfoRx: A Toolkit for Healthcare Providers

“MisinfoRx Toolkit” gives health care providers the knowledge and training to tackle patient-held medical misinformation  November 16th, 2021 Boston, MA – To help counter the offline impacts of online medical misinformation, a team of collaborators from the Harvard Global Health Institute, the Technology and Social Change Project at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Continue reading [...]

New Report from Harvard and Global Experts Shows Investments in Nature Needed to Stop the Next Pandemic

View original post Protecting forests and changing agricultural practices are essential, cost-effective actions to prevent pandemics Boston, Mass. – As the world struggles to contain COVID-19, a group of leading, scientific experts from the U.S., Latin America, Africa, and South Asia released a report today outlining the strong scientific foundations for taking actions to stop Continue reading [...]

What’s Next For Our 2020 LEAD Fellows?

As Aida Kurtovic, Carmen Contreras, and Cynthia Mambo wrap up their fellowship this summer, we asked them to reflect on their time as LEAD fellows and to share how the fellowship has shaped their personal and professional journeys. We were given a glimpse into the profound impact the LEAD Fellowship has had on each of the fellows, and how they will collaborate as a network of women leaders to inspire and support other aspiring global health leaders around the world. Continue reading [...]