Though the body of evidence-based research continues to grow, there still stands a divide between new and relevant findings and their real-life application towards disaster relief and humanitarian aid. We hope that by distributing these leaflets, you can help publicize our work to better the availability of research in needy areas.
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[Whenever one contemplates any new health information initiative, I think it is always useful to explore some basic questions:]
We are pleased to share a Supplement of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. The publication of this supplement was funded by the World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa.
I'd like to share with everyone a new mHealth resource, called mHealth Knowledge, from the Knowledge for Health Project (K4H), funded by USAID. mHealth Knowledge is a one-stop shop for mHealth resources and more. From it, you can access Take the mHealth Basics eLearning Course: Introduction to Mobile Technology for Health, search the latest research and literature via the mHealth Evidence Database, and access guidance and tools for planning your next mHealth effort with The mHealth Planning Guide: Key Considerations for Integrating Mobile Technology into Health Programs. Please go to the