Community-based education bridges the gap between institutional guidelines and local realities. We surveyed NGO leaders to learn about their experiences spreading critical health messages during COVID-19.
We were thrilled when Peer Counsellors from SW Substructure and lecturers from Stellenbosch University began using our 100% Breastfed content with patients. After three months of piloting the content, we conducted informal focus group discussions to understand their experience and whether the content was well-adopted and integrated into their workload.
"I have no doubt that 2021 will be a year of recovery, continued growth, and impact." A note from Dr. Charles Prober looking back on our digital health education efforts around COVID-19 and maternal and child health in 2020.
Noora Health and Stanford Center for Health Education’s Digital Medic Initiative began our partnership in 2018 to design and understand health behavior change within health education programs in Indian health systems. This post highlights what we’ve learned as part of our research collaboration.
In mid May of this year, when Jyothi was 9 months pregnant with her first ch...
by Victoria Ward, MD,
Digital Medic is leveraging mHealth digital networks to rapidly distribute COVID-19 education to community health workers on the front lines.
While COVID-19 poses massive threats worldwide, experts predict the pandemic will disproportionately impact the world’s most vulnerable communities. Without access to critical healthcare resources like personal p...
COVID-19 does not spread alone. The virus spreads alongside medical myths and health hoaxes which create a misinfodemic — an epidemic of misinformation — that could render this crisis even more deadly. Studies show that false health news travels farther and faster than accurate information.
You can protect yourself with these tools to help you separate fact from myth. When...