LATEST NEWS

Prevent Cervical Cancer

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Learn more about symptoms & prevention in our MEDBOX Issue Brief Women Cancer and in our category section  Cancer.

Caregiver Toolbox

Community health workers and nurses at the primary level are often the first access to the health system.  To care for patients in the best way and according to the lastest standards, it is vital to have quick and easy access to the correct and latest information. The CAREGIVER TOOLBOX offers health care workers the opportunity for ongoing education to improve patient care.

MEDBOX Issue Brief 16: Myths & COVID-19 Vaccination

Many studies have shown the effectiveness of vaccination against COVID-19 and that it protects against severe illness. A high vaccination rate is needed to combat the pandemic worldwide. Due to misinformation and myths, there is still a great hesitancy to vaccinate . With this Issue Brief, we would like to present various myths and provide you with educational materials on the respective topics for communication. This issue Brief is available in English and French.

MEDBOX Video Series


The MEDBOX team has produced a new video clip series to virtually explain "The idea behind MEDBOX" as well as the different possibilities of use. Video 2 "How to search a document" deals with searching specific documents, video 3  MEDBOX Features explains how to register, how to use MY MEDBOX and MY NEWS and video 4 TOOLBOXES gives you a brief overview about our available Toolboxes. You find these video clips here in MEDBOX and on YouTube!



LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Mind the Gap: a handbook of clinical signs in Black and Brown skin

Mukende, M.; P. Tamony and M. Turner St. George's University of London  (2020)

Assessing the impact of Covid-19 on older people in the African Region

World Health Organization WHO, Regional Office of Africa  (2022)

Thailand: Disaster Management Reference Handbook

Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance  (2022)

Kindred Organisation

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