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Seminar Series

The Department of Global Health and Social Medicinie is pleased to announce the Social Medicine Seminar Series, Fall 2014.

Audio | Combating DR-TB

Rethinking the Global Response to Tuberculosis | Symposium Audio

In the Spotlight

The Martha Tubman Hospital in the town of Zwedru, Liberia (Rebecca E. Rollins, Partners In Health)

September 24, 2014

Drs. Paul Farmer and Joia Mukherjee have returned from Liberia and report on "Ebola's front lines: Countries need tools to treat patients in their homes and communities."

Members of Partners in Health work with representatives from Liberia and Sierra Leone via conference call to help combat the Ebola outbreak. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)

September 18, 2014

Partners In Health (PIH) reports that a team of doctors and staff led by Dr. Paul Farmer are headed to Liberia to lay the groundwork for an ambitious two- to three-year project that will require well over 100 volunteer doctors, nurses, lab technicians, and public health workers to combat the Ebola crisis. PIH has also prepared an article of frequently asked questions about their Ebola response.

These media sources (and others) have reported on the PIH response: PIH; WBUR; Boston GlobeBoston Herald; Forbes; United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. If you, or someone you know, is interested in volunteering, please contact PIH.