Global Medicines Program


February 18, 2014

Drug and Vaccine Safety in Global Health

A new report on drug and vaccine safety in global health, co-authored by Thomas Bollyky, Senior Fellow, Council for Foreign Relations, and Andy Stergachis, is now available. Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, this report is the product of the Safety Surveillance Working Group, a year-long initiative to develop a practical, scalable strategy…

January 24, 2014

Joseph Babigumira presented at the CFAR New Faces Seminar

“Willingness to Pay for Male Circumcision in Uganda” January 9, 2014 – 3:25pm to 3:50pm Location:  Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, 1100 Fairview Ave N, Seattle, Sze Conference Room He has performed studies of the status of health technology assessment in low-income countries, the cost-effectiveness and scale-up of effective health interventions such as rapid diagnostic…

GMP Report on Health Technology Assessment in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Receives International Attention

This USAID-supported study carried out by GMP staff has been presented by Professor Lou Garrison, who is on sabbatical this year at the Office of Health Economics in London, at several international meetings–mostly recently in July 2013, at the International Health Economics Association meeting in Sydney, Australia. It was presented earlier in Santiago, Chile, in January…

Supply Chain Strengthening in Malawi: Curriculum Enhancement Summit and Field Visits

A Seattle-based team participated in a 2-day Curriculum Enhancement Summit in Malawi with the faculty and leadership of the Malawi College of Health Sciences Pharmacy Program and the Malawi Ministry of Health to review and enhance the curriculum for the Pharmacy Assistant Program.  Andy Stergachis and Jessica Crawford of VillageReach also visited district hospitals along…

Population Reference Bureau Interview with Dr. Joseph Babigumira

Dr. Joseph Babigumira was recently interviewed about his research on the health economics of unsafe induced abortion in Uganda. Watch the Population Reference Bureau Interview here to learn more about the research.

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