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PHR Mourns the Untimely Passing of Student Advisory Board Member Sujal Parikh


PHR has sadly received word of the untimely death of Student Advisory Board Member Sujal Parikh. Sujal, a student at the University of Michigan Medical School, was spending a year in Kampala, Uganda, as a Fogarty Fellow doing long-term research with children with HIV, after which he would have returned to UM for his 4th year.

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President Obama Should Have Gone Farther on Human Rights in His UN Speech


In his speech before the UN General Assembly yesterday, President Obama took some important initial steps in laying out his vision for the role of human rights in achieving long-term foreign policy goals. The President rightly recognized that human rights go beyond just political and civil rights and he explored themes tying human rights to development and government accountability.

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WHO Issues New Guidelines on Rural and Remote Worker Retention


The World Health Organization has published meant to address the health worker shortage that plague rural and impoverished regions. In a July 2010 policy recommendation paper, the WHO offers recommendations to aid worker retention and attract new health workers to overlooked areas.

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Ugandan Study: Need for Global HEALTH Act Greater Than Ever


Only 37% of Ugandan physicians are satisfied with their jobs and nearly half are at risk of either exiting the health sector or leaving Uganda entirely, according to a study published this year by the International Journal of Health Planning and Management.

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Congress Takes Aim at Discrimination in Global AIDS Relief


Discrimination and the denial of the rights of marginalized populations has been a driving feature of the AIDS pandemic since the disease first surfaced nearly three decades ago. Many have taken valiant steps to combat this discrimination.

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