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Equity Guidelines Equity Guidelines What is Health Equity? Health Equity “involves the fair distribution of resources needed for health, fair access to the opportunities available, and fairness in the support offered to people when ill”.1 According to the concept of ‘Health Equity’, an individual’s ethnicity, race, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or other […]
Social Justice Guidelines Social Justice Guidelines What is Social Justice? Social Justice involves the societal creation of fairness whereby individual rights are protected and realized, and all have access to opportunities, services, and resources. The enactment of social justice often involves a mindset of inclusivity and concepts of equity, access, equal privileges, diversity, and the […]
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Special Edition Anthology: Mental Health Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Special Edition Anthology: Mental Health Deadline: July 22, 2022 HPHR Journal (formerly Harvard Public Health Review) announces a call for submissions for an upcoming anthology of written works focusing on disparities and inequities in mental health experienced by […]
In this post, Gabriel described how strong political will is important for the actualization of Universal Health Coverage
The current state of Nigeria’s National Health Insurance Scheme: Redefining strategies to achieve Universal Health Coverage
Mr. Dara Ajala-Damisa is the Program Manager at Nigeria Health Watch, a health communication and advocacy organization based in Nigeria. Nigeria Health Watch uses evidence-based advocacy and communication to influence health policy and improve health care access in Nigeria. Nigeria Health Watch, through its numerous venues, delivers knowledgeable commentary and in-depth analysis of health issues in Nigeria, always with integrity. Their reach is greater than ever and their voice is recognized as a powerful champion for improving people’s health across the sector.
The essence of solutions journalism: An indispensable tool towards health system strengthening in Nigeria
Mr. Chibuike Alagboso is a health journalist with the Nigeria Health Watch, a health communication and advocacy organization based in Nigeria. Nigeria Health Watch uses evidence-based advocacy and communication to influence health policy and improve health care access in Nigeria. Nigeria Health Watch, through its numerous venues, delivers knowledgeable commentary and in-depth analysis of health issues.
On today’s episode of the ‘‘Without Health we have nothing’’ series with HPHR Fellow Gabriel Oke, Gabriel discusssed how emergency medicine can be improved for better health delivery.
On today’s episode of the ‘‘Without Health we have nothing’’ series with HPHR Fellow Gabriel Oke, Dr Laz Ude Eze the Founder of TalkHealthNaija describes the contributions of digital startups to healthcare in Nigeria. He also describes what can be done differently in the digital space to improve healthcare in the country.