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Increasing private practitioner engagement with tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is an infectious disease that is most prevalent in South Asia. It is caused by the bacillus Mycobacterium tuberculosis and primarily affects the lungs. A small fraction of infected indivi... read more

Drug regulation in the age of AMR – what is known from experience with tuberculosis

The World Health Organization's Global Tuberculosis ... to increase practitioner knowledge about the disease and correct regimens. The issue of drug regulation needs international and national commitm... read more

The Four Meta Forces – Mission, People, Technology and Place

The future of work is arguably one of the most explored topics in recent years and drives ongoing study, analysis, and contemplation by academics, practitioners and policymakers ... Space as an indust... read more

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Gartner Unveils Top Predictions for IT Organizations and Users in 2019 and Beyond

In the last five years, the increasing popularity of AI techniques has facilitated ... Additionally, with improved on-device/edge AI capability on cameras, public and private sectors will be able to p... read more


Partnering for Impact: Leveraging the private sector for sustainable development

The Research for Development Impact Network and the University of Queensland invite you to join academics and practitioners ... presented by engagement with the private sector. Harnessing innovation, ... read more

The Curious Case of the Vanishing Capital

They have been joined by an increasing number of rich men who live on past their time through their great wealth. The word philanthropy comes from the Greek phillein, “to love,” and anthropos, “mankin... read more

Vast variation, significant deficits in TB care in urban India: Study

Private practitioners in India are delivering a wide range of largely inadequate care to TB patients, says a new study in PLoS Medicine. The study, carried out in Mumbai and Patna, also found vast var... read more

Drug prices skyrocket

Some private hospitals ... by their medical practitioners. In a statement, Pharmaceutical Society of Zimbabwe president Mr Portifa Mwendera applauded Government for releasing the money and for investi... read more

Bright Promises Foundation 2018 Awards Marks 149th Year of Accelerating Innovation in Chicago's Child-Serving Community

Doug Mabie is the Managing Director of Private ... Engagement Award Honoree To close the program, representatives from the grantee organization Enlace Chicago, including several parent leaders, shared ... read more

Caribbean tourism stakeholders to meet in Cayman Islands

and amidst increasing calls for a total rethink of the way tourism leaders engage with the workforce. “The event will bring together tourism practitioners from the public and private sectors, human re... read more

United Neuroscience Continues Growth with Addition of Five Executives to Management Team

She has developed and managed several global People departments and has overseen all aspects from talent acquisition to employee engagement ... Additionally, he held positions of increasing responsibi... read more

DCGI to direct state drug controllers to reinforce implementation of Sch H1 to improve TB notification

With an aim to improve tuberculosis notification from private practitioners and increase access of anti-TB drugs ... has been asked by DGHS to direct state drug controllers to reinforce implementation ... read more



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