Nobel Prize-winning Physicians for Human Rights Celebrates 20 Years of Advancing Health, Dignity and Justice
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), a co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize and the world's premiere health and human rights group, today marked its 20th anniversary with a gala awards dinner held at the Boston Public Library's Bates Hall.
Nigeria: New Study Reveals Discrimination by Health Professionals Against People Living with HIV/AIDS is Fueled by Fear of Infection, Lack of Protective Supplies
While the majority of Nigerian health care professionals comply with ethical obligations and do not deny care or treatment to People Living With AIDS (PLWA), a disturbing number of health care professionals engage in discriminatory behavior toward treatment and care of PLWA...
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) and colleagues working in sub-Saharan Africa discussed today innovative solutions to the health worker shortage now paralyzing Africa's health sectors and crippling efforts to fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria.
Physicians for Human Rights Study Published Today in PLOS Medicine Examines Experiences with HIV Testing and Attitudes Toward Routine Testing in Botswana
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) conducted a population-based study among 1,268 respondents in Botswana to better understand gender-specific barriers to HIV prevention, testing and treatment...
15 Principles for a G8 Plan to Overcome Africa's Health Worker Shortage and Build African Health Systems??_