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Universal health coverage: drug quality and affordability can go together
Facilitating ethics review during outbreaks
Raffaella Ravinetto, chairperson of the ITM Institutional Review Board, highlights the recommendations of an expert workshop.
Infectious diseases in a globalised world
Kevin Ariën wrote a blog on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO).
Results4TB partner meeting in Georgia
Ibukun Abejirinde writes about the meeting she attended with Prof Bruno Marchal.
Spotlight on health and rights of adolescent girls
EDD panel on what Europe can do to help confront the challenges in developing countries
A call for strengthening the regulatory capacities of pharmaceuticals in the South
How ITM and QUAMED contribute to the goal of universal access to safe medicines
Improving the access to quality and equitable healthcare in Mauritania
Kirsten Accoe's account of her mission to Mauritania
Lack of investment in the main weapon in the fight against malaria is costing us dearly
Recently retired Prof. Marc Coosemans writes about malaria prevention on World Malaria Day (25 April)
Committed to end HIV - in Antwerp and Africa
ITM doctor Kristien Wouters regularly goes to Africa to treat HIV patients. She shares her experiences in Guinea in this blog item.
The efforts behind the elimination of a deadly disease
ITM’s Head of Communications Roeland Scholtalbers reports from a field trip to an endemic sleeping sickness area in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
New Beginnings at the WHO
Emerging Voice for Global Health Sana Contractor writes about her participation in a recent WHO’s Executive Board meeting
Distance learning at ITM presented at eLearning Africa
As e-learning expert of the Department of Public Health, I went to the annual eLearning Africa conference last September to present our distance learning module for animal health experts.
Pharmacy and Public Health
Tips and plans from a week in Cape Town
Now that Dr. Tedros is in charge, what could be in store for Africa?
Now that one of our own is at WHO’s helms of affairs, what does this mean for healthcare systems on the continent?
Bridging the gap between pharmacy and public health
All throughout my professional experience, either in humanitarian programs or in international collaborative research, I have often been frustrated by the perception of pharmacy as a purely 'technical' issue.
Msc in Tropical Animal Health kicks-off in South Africa
Our Head of Communications Roeland Scholtalbers attended the induction week of the Master of Science in Tropical Animal Health (MSTAH), which has a keen eye for people and the environment.
AIDS is here to stay, unless we turn a new leaf
Prof. Marie Laga wrote an opinion piece for De Morgen.
A mission to the Comoros Islands
Epidemiologist Epco Hasker goes to the exotic Comoros Islands to investigate high leprosy incidence