Research Brief: mHealth Interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa

Our past blog posts have featured: using advocacy as a tool to prevent maternal and child deaths; using films to train nurses and midwives in rural Somalia; improving access to health hygiene for women and girls with the use of social entrepreneurship and impact investing; maternal and child health in the time of Ebola; integrating […]

HIV, Career, and Mentorship

Recently, I was asked how I started my nursing career in HIV. To sum it up in a word, mentorship is what brought me to HIV nursing. My path in HIV started in Tuscaloosa, Alabama where I met a long-standing and HIV nurse, Dr. Susan Gaskins. Dr. Gaskins was the first nursing professor to teach me […]