EOGH authors reflect on a recent panel discussion about reaching the ‘last mile’ in SRHR, including interviews with two panelists working in the field.
We are excited for the rest of the year, aiming to continue to broaden and deepen our understanding of global health- and how seemingly unrelated challenges and changes can affect it.
Humans are mammals. Breasts, or mammae, are quintessentially human; most of us have them and some of us feed from them. In the Republic of Ireland, public health initiatives are focused on increasing breastfeeding rates, which are some of the lowest in Europe.
Persons with intellectual disabilities who menstruate are a large and diverse population who are rarely mentioned in discussions of sexual and reproductive health and rights; including menstrual health and management
From a global health perspective, these insights are vital for understanding the health-related harms caused by transphobia.
By decreasing the legitimacy of social discrimination against people who identify as LGBTQIA, India can hope to see positive effects on health and equality.
“The internship taught me a great deal about advocating for myself and juggling logistical problems, leading to a lot of personal and professional growth.”
The winning solution from the 2017 Global Health Case Challenge, on migrating women’s sexual and reproductive health.
Abortion rights are an important issue for the global health community, and have been in the news frequently in 2018.
Written by: Danielle Agnello (catch her at Twitter (@DannyAgnello_GH) or on LinkedIn) Edited by: Line Bager…