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New program aims to increase use and adherence of HIV preventive medicine among girls and women in South Africa
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Tasseli McKay will be a panelist during Duke University's Global Health Institute's Women's Healthy Symposium: "Advancing Women's Health in a Changing Political Environment." McKay, a social science researcher in RTI's Center for Justice, Safety &
No one should experience bias because of gender, especially when it comes to health, education, economic development, and political participation. RTI International is dedicated to ending gender disparities and inequalities.
RTI's Dr. Wendee Wechsberg to speak at North Carolina Chapter of U.S. National Committee for UN Women 4th Annual Luncheon
The North Carolina Chapter of the U.S. National Committee for UN Women is hosting its 4th Annual Luncheon on Tuesday, September 26th in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. This year's theme is "Healthcare for Women." The purpose of this event is to educate participants on ways to improve...
RTI International hosted a panel discussion on building effective integrated health systems to help end maternal and child deaths.
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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – Mothers of young children living in neighborhoods near the civil unrest associated with Freddie Gray’s death while in police custody in April 2015 led to depression and other negative health effects, according to new research
Civil unrest related to Freddie Gray death caused depressive symptoms among mothers in affected neighborhoods
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Candice E. Jackson, the acting assistant secretary for civil rights, was recently quoted in a New York Times article about campus sexual assault as...