MMS Bulletin #155 October 2020
Gender equality: Where do we stand 25 years after the historic UN World Conference on Women in Beijing?
The year 2020 will mark several important milestones for gender equality and sustainable development, including the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, one of the most comprehensive blueprints for women’s rights worldwide. Gender inequality and gender norms impede progress on the global goal to achieve health for all. A gender transformative approach aspires to change this reality. Read more about how gender transformative approaches can contribute to realising gender equality in this bulletin. (Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash)Read more
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Health in the Digital Age - A New Era for Global Health?
Digitalisation affects us all. New technologies, including telemedicine, web-based diagnosis tools, digital data collection and artificial intelligence (AI), are having various impacts on health and health systems and will bring lasting change to the global health landscape.Read more
Why are we failing to end HIV? - Time to consider the uncounted in the race to meet global goals
Med in Switzerland #21 July 2020
MMS As the International AIDS Conference holds its first virtual meeting, it’s time to consider the politics that create gaps in data for the fight against HIV, writes Sara L.M. Davis
Mapping Digital Technologies in Health Used by MMS Members
MMS This report reveals the results of the mapping exercise undertaken by MMS of its members’ use of digital technologies in health. The aim of the survey was to assess the knowledge and use of digital health technologies and to facilitate and ...
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