The CHAIN International coordination visited Matlab, Dhaka and Karachi sites. Training on younger infants (7 days old to 6 months) was conducted in all these sites as well.Learn more
The nutritional demands of early infancy are significant considering how rapid growth combined with neurological and immune development must be sustained. Until recently...Learn more
This study investigates the risk factors for infant under 6 months severe acute malnutrition and describes the clinical and anthropometric outcomes of treatment with current management strategies...Learn more
This document was prepared in response to a need to review and potentially update the current recommendations...Learn more
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Bienvenidos a REDE. Esperamos poder trabajar juntos en crear una red integrada que unira a la comunidad cientifica y ayudara a mejorar las capacidades para ...
This session aims to distill the findings of the previous sessions into a concrete and actionable set of best practices for Target Malaria. It will ...
This session will seek to apply the concepts and issues discussed so far to the operations of Target Malaria in a pragmatic fashion. It will ...
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New pop-up Coronavirus Knowledge Hub, a single-access portal to information with a focus on addressing the unknowns during the coronavirus outbreak, launches on The Global Health Network. Read more
LIFE is a 3D simulation training app for smartphones that teaches healthcare workers how to manage medical emergencies using game-like training techniques to reinforce the key steps that need to be performed in order to save lives. Read more
Read more about the work developed by CHAIN’s Dr. James Njunge. He is one of the 6 finalists in the Wellcome/WHO Early Career Researcher competition. He writes about a new technology that can help us understand why millions of undernourished ... Read more
The Global Health Network where at the European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) Forum 2018. Here's a highlight from the EDCTP Forum blog on the EDCTP Knowledge Hub launch to support researchers with data sharing. Read more
By Dr James Njunge (from the web) A new article publsihed by Dr James Njunge has investigate the application of new technologies on fighting malnutrition. "According to estimates by UNICEF ...