This is the third of a weekly blog in March 2020 that coincides with International Women’s Day. Each blog will feature 2-3 amazing women in research.
Monthly Archives: March 2020
This is the second of a weekly blog in March 2020 that coincides with International Women’s Day. Each blog will feature 2-3 amazing women in research.
Examining the measurement, disparities, and public health consequences of law enforcement traffic stops: a Q&A
Law enforcement is a common entryway to the US justice system. In a recent article in Injury Epidemiology, researchers examined whether re-prioritizing traffic stops could reduce motor vehicle crash outcomes and racial disparities. In this Q&A, Editor-in-Chief Guohua Li speaks to author Mike Dolan Fliss.
Strengthening public private partnerships in health in Africa: right timing; challenged beyond capacity or both?
The role of the private sector in attaining the objectives of the health sector is gaining increasing recognition, especially in low income countries. Arguably, the private sector is not a new player in health. Indeed, the World Bank has advanced the ideology of private sector provision of health services as far back as the days… Read more »
Despite the potential spread of antimicrobial resistant organisms, there has been little focus on antimicrobial resistance surveillance programme specific for animal and environment across Africa. A recent review published in Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control investigated all the information on the status of antimicrobial use, resistance and surveillance systems in food animals and the environment across the continent.