Read the latest publication “Quality of tuberculosis care by Indian pharmacies: mystery clients offer new insights” from Madhukar Pai, Jishnu Das and Rosalind Miller, in the Journal of Clinical Tuberculosis and Other Mycobacterial Diseases. This paper has already been covered by News18.com.
Read a feature article on the Improving the Diagnosis of Childhood Tuberculosis in High Burden Settings project on the MUHC’s website.
Read – and listen to – Toyin’s interview on Radio Canada International, about the GCC & Merck-funded project on Improving the Diagnosis of Childhood Tuberculosis in High Burden Settings.
Read Maddee’s latest post “To end the HIV epidemic, we need to close the innovation gap” for World AIDS Day on Nature Microbiology.
Read the latest publication from Toyin published in Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences “Diagnosis of Childhood Tuberculosis“. This marks the team’s 25th publication of the current calendar year!
Read Maddee and Vaidehi’s latest blog post in Nature Microbiology “To eliminate TB, we need new tools and investments!“.
You can read a review of the team’s SP studies in TB in the latest issue of the National Medical Journal of India “Standardized patient method in tuberculosis research“.
In Moscow, WHO released this report on TB R&D “Global Investments in Tuberculosis Research and Development: Past, Present, and Future“, featuring the work of Vaidehi, Maddee and Sophie who are among the co-authors of the core writing team. Kudos!
Read Madhu’s latest blog post in Nature Microbiology “We cannot End TB without political commitment“.
Read Amrita Daftary and Ellen Mitchell’s latest blog post in Nature Microbiology “Combating Tuberculosis Stigma: The time is now“.
Read Madhu’s latest blog post on Nature Microbiology “A Deep Dive into India’s Health“, which looks at The Lancet’s comprehensive analysis of India’s health.
Based on her MPH field work, Danielle’s paper “Structured identification of response options to address environmental health risks at the Agbogbloshie electronic waste site” was just published. Congratulations!
From Madhu’s latest blog post in Nature Microbiology: “Rana Awdish, a physician, had the chance to die. Luckily for us, she did not. Her book “In Shock” is a must read for patients and doctors alike.” Read more here!
Congratulations to Madhu, who is now an Adjunct Professor at ITRC of ICMR (India) for 2017-2018!
Read Madhu’s latest post in Nature Microbiology: “TB patients endure tortuous pathways and broken care cascades“.
See Grand Challenges Canada’s showcase of our Quality of TB Care work “Mystery patients are exposing gaps in the quality of tuberculosis care around the world“.
Read Amrita’s latest commentary “Fighting TB stigma: we need to apply lessons learnt from HIV activism” published in BMJ Global Health.
Read Madhu’s latest post in Nature Microbiology “2017 Global TB Report: a Story of Dead and the Missing“.
Congratulations to Emily, Maddee and Vaidehi who won Global Health Travel Awards! Kudos to Vaidehi who actually won 2 of them 🙂
Read Madhu’s latest post in Nature Microbiology “Mystery patients reveal weaknesses of tuberculosis care in rural China“.
Congratulations to Amrita and her co-investigators, Faiz Ahmad Khan and Nathalie Boulanger, who were awarded a Steinberg Fund for Interdisciplinary Global Health Research for their project “A Collaborative Partnership to Develop Smoking Cessation Interventions in Nunavik”!
Read Sean Sylvia’s latest publication on “Tuberculosis detection and the challenges of integrated care in rural China: A cross-sectional standardized patient study” in PLoS Medicine. The commentary on this paper is also available.
You can view Madhu’s plenary talk on quality of care, which was live streamed at the 48th Union conference in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Read Giorgia’s latest blog post in BMJ Global Health on “Addressing the global health funding gap: Italy needs to step up!“. You can also see it in McGill’s Perspectives on Global Health blog.
Congratulations to Amrita for the special TB stigma supplement she edited in the International Journal on Tuberculosis and Lung Disease!
Read and watch an interview with leading experts, including Madhu, by NDTV, a leading news channel in India.
Read Madhukar Pai and Sarah E.Ahlbrand’s review of Kathryn Lougheed’s “Catching Breath: The Making and Unmaking of Tuberculosis” in the Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health.
Congratulations to Tripti who won best presentation prize for her MSc research thesis at Université Laval!
At the inaugural CORE seminar, Amrita showcased an ambitious initiative to engage pharmacists in India into pathways of tuberculosis diagnosis and management. The challenges of such a critical implementation science study cannot be underestimated and is testimony to the tenacity and initiative of CORE investigators like Dr Daftary and Dr M Pai. If you missed it, you can watch it on YouTube.
Read Madhu’s latest post inThe Conversation: “India’s ambitious new plan to conquer TB needs cash and commitment“.
Read Madhu’s latest opinion pieces on “Punching Below Its Weight: India’s Progress Towards Health-Related SDG Goals” published in The Wire, as well as “How can immigrant scientists give back to their homelands?” on Devex.
The Pai Global TB Group is featured on CIHR’s Celebrating Health Research storybook project, to celebrate Canada 150. Along with our team feature, discover how and why health researchers are changing lives, and hear firsthand from the patients whose lives have been affected by health research.
Check out the Global Health Case Studies book in our resources, and thank you to Sophie and Vaidehi for their contribution to this compilation!