More than 60 percent of the population have “mental problems” in general (BBC World Service, 2010) and 50- 60 percent of Afghan population are affected by depression. What are the challenges the world facing regarding mental health? How the problem is different in industrialized nations than developing nations? Please post your opinion here in this section. See More
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While I was looking into best resources for Global Health issues I found the Global Health Library. It is a practical source of information for public health professionals who are interested for global health issues managed by World Health Organization (WHO). Here is the link to this library: http://www.globalhealthlibrary.net/php/index.phpSee More
The Akili Journal is a student-run initiative to facilitate collaboration and innovation in global health among students around the world. As a Clinton Global Initiative University commitment, Akili will use the tools of academia, the reach of social media, and the creativity of youth to unite future change agents in improving global health. In one of its latest releases, The Akili Journal published a nice paper about experiences of public health students attending Global Health Metrics and…See More
"Dear Dr. Saljuqi,
Thank you so much! I've joined the Global Health group and can't wait to learn more about exciting topics. I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation at the webinar yesterday as it was very interesting and informative.…"
To reduce the numbe of groups and to bring all global health related discussions under one umbrella I have merged INFOMED group into Global Health Group as a discussion forum. I also think we can add more to this group by talking about Cuban Public Health which is progressing very fast so I start the discussion under the name of Public Health in Cuba. To learn more about the INFOMED please go to the webforum that was conducted by D4H featuring Dr. Pedro Urra. To access to the recorded version…See More
"Dear Farewar, Thank you for confirming that the webforum was interesting. We will have another similar web forurm in the coming future. I hope next time you can listen to the whole program and take part in Q&A session. Meanwhile, we are planning…"
Thank you so much! I've joined the Global Health group and can't wait to learn more about exciting topics. I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation at the webinar yesterday as it was very interesting and informative. I look forward to discussing more public health issues with you.