William Brieger, senior malaria specialist at Jhpiego and professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, presents a talk titled "Community Directed Interventions to Enhance Maternal and Child Health"
Janet Bettger, an associate professor at Duke School of Nursing, Duke Clinical Research Institute, and Duke Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development, presents a lecture titled "A New Era of Research: How Linkages are Advancing Stroke Care and Outcomes"
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How does it work?
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