GnosisGIS - The global network of public health and earth scientists dedicated to the development of GeoSPATIAL Health.
The GnosisGIS network organizes scientific meetings, offers training courses, collaborates in research, and publishes the journal of Geospatial Health. Membership is open to health professionals, geoscientists and others who are actively interested in the advancement of geospatial health.
Geospatial health aims to better understand the relationships between people, their health and well-being, changing physical and social environments, and health care delivery systems. Geospatial health converges concepts, knowledge, tools and techniques developed in the public health and the geo-sciences domain
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems for Public Health - an open source approach
This is a self-paced online course packed with contents that will fast-track your learning journey in the GIS and public health domain.
NEW ROAD MAP 2021-2030 for NTDs
The World Health Organization (WHO) will formally launch its new road map for neglected tropical diseases on 28 January 2021. Registration is open for the virtual launch which comprises a 2-hour programme. ‘Ending the neglect to attain the Sustainable Development Goals: a road map for neglected tropical diseases 2021–2030’ is a high-level strategic document aimed at strengthening programmatic response to NTDs and focuses on how cross-sectoral, integrated interventions, smart investment and community engagement can strengthen and sustain health systems
WORLD NTD DAY 2021
30 January 2021 marks the second annual World NTD Day, as we celebrate hard-earned progress and take action to #EndtheNeglect and #BeatNTDs. Around the world, 230 partners signed up to celebrate World NTD Day in 2021.
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Dr. Donal Bisanzio
Landsat Gives Epidemiologists Key Insights
Mar 5, 2020 • We recently had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Donal Bisanzio, a senior epidemiologist with RTI International, about the intersection of epidemiology and remote sensing. Dr. Bisanzio trained as a veterinarian—he earned both a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and a Ph.D in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Turin—before becoming an epidemiologist.
For the full interview see: https://landsat.gsfc.nasa.gov/landsat-gives-epidemiologists-key-insights/
Source: Ernst & Young Global Limited
Coronavirus dashboards that map the spread of COVID-19. Here are some of the more useful dashboards that we have been able to find online. The listing is by no means intended as complete.
Travel award for Mr T.A. Robin, Bagladesh handed over by Prof Laura Rinaldi at the Liverpool Medical Centre, Liverpool, UK September 2019