I. ” If you do not know how to ask the right question, you discover nothing. If you stay in this world, you will never learn another one.” – Edward DemingWhen we see data points in the news or elsewhere, we should start by asking questions. With right practice, we will eventually get to asking the […]Read More Public health stories #2
Curated public health reads for the week: I. “When public-health programs are successful, they are invisible, and what is invisible is almost always taken for granted.” The New Yorker The Coronavirus and the Gutting of America’s Public-Health System When public-health programs are successful, they are invisible, and what is invisible is almost always taken for […]Read More Public health stories #1
This possibly could be the most popular question asked to me both at work and by my friends. Being a visual person and an animation aficionado, I totally love these video series that explain what is public health informatics from 3 perspectives: 1)the practitioner, 2)program manager and 3) senior leader https://phii.org/academy/informaticsforeveryoneRead More What is public health informatics?
John Hopkins Global Health Now has compiled a great list of global health stories from 2015. http://www.globalhealthnow.org/news/special-500th-issue From a personal vantage, it was amazing, but also challenging to be part of the Ebola outbreak response. Top 3 lessons learnt: Actionable data is key for efficient decision making Technology helps, but people matter more Disasters truly are […]Read More Top global health stories of 2015