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Medical emergencies at 40,000 feet

Post Date: 
2013-04-04
Source: 
The Atlantic
Health care providers may also not be prepared to respond to an emergency because they board the plane as passengers rather than doctors. Like others they may take sedatives to help them sleep or consume alcoholic beverages. Dr. Larry Chang, an infectious diseases specialist at Johns Hopkins...

Mobile health around the globe: emocha delivers knowledge at the point of care

Post Date: 
2013-03-18
Source: 
HealthWorksCollective
Interview with Dr. Larry Chang about the emocha mobile health platform

Exploring the role of mobile technology as a health care helper

Post Date: 
2012-05-13
Source: 
The New York Times
Dr. Larry Chang, a Johns Hopkins researcher who studied H.I.V./AIDS and the use of technology in Uganda, said that “over the past decade of working in Africa you really started seeing this amazing growth in the use of mobile phones and it seemed obvious to use it for global health.” While mobile...

New guidelines on treating those with HIV developed

Post Date: 
2012-03-06
Source: 
The Baltimore Sun
“Clearly, there is lots of room for improvement in how we, as care providers, can get new patients into treatment and help them adhere to the often strict drug regimens needed to suppress the viral disease and prevent drug resistance,” Dr. Larry W. Chang, a guidelines co-author and an...

HIV, TB Co-infection Increases Postpartum Mother-child Mortality

Post Date: 
2007-06-28
Source: 
Reuters Health via MedScape
No link available

2007 Laureate in Healthcare, 21st Century Achievement Award

Post Date: 
2007-01-01
Source: 
Computerworld Honors Program: Honoring those who use IT to benefit society.
CCGHE is among the 2007 honorees (page 149)

Meet finds China growth sustainable, India’s possible

Post Date: 
2006-06-25
Source: 
The India Express
Amita Gupta's paper with Robert Bollinger was on combating HIV/AIDS in India. At the outset she observes that although sound indicators of health such as life expectancy and birth, infant and child mortality have improved considerably since Independence, still a high proportion of the Indian...

All Healthcare is Global

Post Date: 
2006-01-10
Source: 
Hopkins Search
All Healthcare is Global. Hopkins Search. 2006 Winter 4(1). 2006-01-10. No link available.

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