Allow us to re-introduce ourselves

Allow us to re-introduce ourselves

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Allow us to re-introduce ourselves Unveiling the new and improved Duke Global Health Innovation Center website We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new and improved website. After months of planning, design, and development, we are excited to finally unveil an innovative digital experience that reflects our commitment to addressing critical health challenges worldwide. So, what can you expect from the revamped Duke Global Health Innovation Center website? Let’s explore a few of the updates: Streamlined Navigation: Whether you're exploring our initiatives, browsing our research, or looking for ways to stay connected, our intuitive navigation menu makes it easier for you to find the information you need. Comprehensive Resources: From research reports and case studies to toolkits and blogs, you have access to health innovation, policy, financing, and…
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The COVID Treatment QuickStart Consortium Newsletter: April 2024 Edition

The COVID Treatment QuickStart Consortium Newsletter: April 2024 Edition

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This newsletter aims to provide a central hub for information, milestones, and updates regarding the COVID Treatment QuickStart Consortium. The COVID Treatment QuickStart Consortium partners with governments to rapidly introduce and scale access to COVID-19 oral antiviral therapies in vulnerable and high-risk populations presenting with mild to moderate symptoms within five days of symptom onset through a public health test-and-treat model. QuickStart’s top priorities are: Ensuring treatments are accessible in all parts of the world; Preparing for potential future COVID-19 surges; and Building primary healthcare capacity for test-and-treat beyond COVID-19. View the April 2024 QuickStart newsletter. Subscribe to the QuickStart newsletter.
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Trust Matters Newsletter: April 2024 Edition

Trust Matters Newsletter: April 2024 Edition

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"Trust Matters" is a monthly newsletter dedicated to exploring the critical role that trust plays in achieving health outcomes globally, regionally, and nationally. This newsletter aims to provide a central hub for information about the diverse range of initiatives and developments in the realm of trust.  This work is led by the Duke Global Health Innovation Center, the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, and the Duke Global Health Institute, at Duke University. View the April 2024 Trust Matters newsletter. Subscribe to the Trust Matters newsletter and/or contribute your work on trust in health to this newsletter. 
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