Thank you to all who attended today's #WorldAIDSDay events. We are so grateful to have had such incredible panelists discussing the vital role of nursing in the global HIV epidemic, in the past and present. Our three panelists today Karen Daley, PhD, RN, FAAN, Pat Daoust, RN, MSN, FAAN, and Chris Shaw, NP were truly inspirational.
Join us to reflect on the “then and now” of the HIV pandemic - through the lens of nursing
O’Keefe Auditorium, Blake Building 1st floor.
Join us for a reflection of the role of nursing in the care of and advocacy for those living with HIV globally
* open to the public *
This photo was taken at this years Uganda Color Run for Cancer, where we were successful in raising funding and awareness for kids with cancer in Uganda. From now until December 1st, all online donations will go towards nutrition, intensive care, and cancer care for children in Uganda. On this #givingtuesday, consider making a contribution, and ask your friends to do the same- small donations add up to make a big difference! #greatgiving
MGH is grateful to be able to contribute to the care of children with cancer in Uganda through our deep, sustained partnership there. Please consider helping our mission -- all online donations to the Center for Global Health this week and next week will go towards nutrition, critical care, and cancer care at the pediatrics ward in Mbarara, Uganda. Small amounts add up for small kids! #givingtuesday
Pat Daoust RN, MSN FAAN, Director of Global Nursing at MGH congratulations her student who is about to graduate with a Masters in Nursing at Mbarara University of Science and Technology, October 2017. MGH Global Health supports human resources for health in many places around the world.
In Haiti, MGH Global Health is leading an effort to eliminate the transmission of cholera in Mirebalais - a large town in the center of the country. Working with the Ministry of Health and Partners In Health Haiti, we are visiting every household in town with the tools to stop transmission. Here, Jean Roland, a community health worker, provides a cholera vaccine to Riche St Gardien.
The Community Research Symposium: "Building Successful Researcher- Community Partnerships" is coming up on November 14th from 12-1:30PM. Presentations and discussion topics will include Cultural Considerations and Health Literacy, Mental Health and Cancer Care, The Impact of Smoke-free Rules in Public Housing, and more. Click the link below to RSVP
Dorothy Ndishabandi, founder of the Elizabeth Memorial Health Center, in Kasese, Uganda, has been working hard since 2011 to establish a health center where people can seek out basic services that can prevent life-threatening health problems, such as birth related deaths, childhood killer diseases and most communicable diseases. Her passion and dedication is truly inspiring. Read more about all that she has achieved and about how you can help here: