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Yes, I have returned to India. This time, I am one of several visiting Canadian scholars delivering a summer institute on global health and development at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar campus (IITGN) in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. (Here’s a news item about the event.) Continue reading Ambling in Ahmedabad
Dec 13, 2014 — This is episode eleven of our special series of podcasts produced by the students of my 4th year International Health Theory class. Today’s installment is brought to us by Anne-Marie Hawco and Tayler Muldoon.
The study they chose to analyze is “Impact of an integrated nutrition and health programme on neonatal mortality in rural northern India.”
Nov 16, 2014 — The latest installment of our special series produced by the students of my 4th year International Health class, today’s episode is brought to us by Danielle Hemet, Simran Sandhu, Laura Cummings, and Arlanna Pugh.
They chose to analyze a paper titled, “Oral misoprostol for preventing postpartum haemorrhage in home births in rural Bangladesh: how effective is it?”