November 5, 2020

Communications Leader Denise Gray-Felder Joins the Milbank Memorial Fund Board

Denise Gray-Felder, founding president of the global nonprofit Communication for Social Change Consortium, has been elected to the Milbank Memorial Fund Board of Directors. Ms. Gray-Felder is a communications expert who has worked in multiple industries and countries, addressing social issues such as disparities in health, education, gender, and income. […]
May 22, 2020

SPAG Dialogue: The COVID Series | Sustaining Public Health Systems through Effective Communication

The session was about sustaining public health systems through effective communication where presenters deliberated upon the current problems with public health systems around the world and discussed practical solutions to overcome them. They also shed light on how effective communication is essential in sustaining these systems.  : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVcnKkKTzZA&feature=youtu.be
May 18, 2020

Sustaining Public Health Systems through Effective Communication: Learnings from the Pandemic

How are health systems coping amid the COVID-19 outbreak and how important a role does communication play in sustaining them? Join thought leaders from the public health sector to discuss the learnings from the pandemic on Thursday, May 21, 6:30 PM IST. Register here: https://bit.ly/2y5pk2Q
April 17, 2020

PandemiCast V: An update on public policy

Podcast: Since our first panel last spoke, the world has seen significant changes in how governments are responding to the coronavirus crisis. Our first panel reconvenes for the latest PandemiCast, discussing how public policy has shifted, how effective it has been and what the outlook is going forward.
April 17, 2020

Episode 1: Public policy in a pandemic

Podcast: Public policy in a pandemic. Last week, Health Issues India announced PandemiCast, seeking to offer ‘a new insight into a global health crisis.’ Our first episode, recorded Saturday, March 14th, touches on “why various governments are reacting so differently to the pandemic.” It can be viewed here. Our first panel […]
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