Since its founding in 1916, the Bloomberg School of Public Health has advanced research, education and practice to create solutions to public health problems around the world.
Operation Walk Boston is a major volunteer effort through which Brigham and Women's Hospital provides joint replacement surgery to patients in the Dominican Republic.
The NICU annually treats 1,100 of the hospital's youngest patients. Despite being the largest facility of its kind in Massachuetts, BWH's NICU is cramped for space and needs to expand clinical space.
A 2-year interdisciplinary program serving as a platform for collaborative global health work with governmental, non-governmental and outside agencies to promote educational initiatives and research.
This project targets Black Women in Boston and will provide health and wellness activities aimed at improving their health and empowering them to advocate for their own and their families' wellness.
We build capacity by making education and training an integral part of our programs. This fosters self-reliance, and builds confidence, pride and self-esteem essential for sustainability.
mHealth is short for mobile health, a growing field that takes advantage of mobile communications devices—mostly cell phones—to enhance access to health information and services.
In an effort to support the career development of our students, the Johns Hopkins Vaccine Initiative (JHVI) funds student internships at the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations (GAVI) and
The Foundation for the NIH is a leader in addressing complex scientific and health issues. Our donors advance scientific discovery, support our next generation's scientists and improve human health.
Although mental illness affects 450 million people worldwide, there is only one psychiatrist for ever two million people in many parts of the world.