Tag: SDG3 Good Health

A modern medical library in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Research4Life helps ICDDRB in Bangladesh to be equipped with the most advanced tools and information technology for collecting, processing, and storing information.
Call for applications: Hinari Online Users Course
A new Hinari Users course will be available for free to users in registered institutions. The two-week distance learning course focuses on the basic skills needed to effectively access and download full-text material from Hinari. You will also learn how
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Access to research results in policy advocacy to address the burden of diabetes in Zimbabwe
Gaining access to Research4Life equipped Dr. Alice Matimba and her team with up-to-date and reliable information to advocate for a policy of investment in the advanced technology and services needed to tackle the burden of diabetes in Zimbabwe. In Zimbabwe,
To go beyond research
Dr. Enitome E. Bafor is a senior lecturer at the Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology, University of Benin, Nigeria. Enitome Bafor has faced many hurdles during her research career: from developing a unique application for a metabolomic-pharmacology model to more
2016 MLA Hinari/Research4Life Grant Recipients
The Medical Library Association (MLA) and the Elsevier Foundation have announced the recipients of the 2016 MLA HINARI/Research4Life Grants. Funded by the Elsevier Foundation, these grants will support HINARI/R4L training activities that promote the use of the programs’ scientific research resources in emerging/low income countries.
WHO’s HINARI program partners with Wolters Kluwer to provide UpToDate to Ebola-affected African countries
Waltham, Massachusetts September 9th, 2015 – The World Health Organization (WHO)-hosted HINARI program announced a partnership with Wolters Kluwer to provide free access to UpToDate®, its evidence-based clinical decision support resource, to the three countries affected by Ebola (Liberia, Sierra
‘Making a Difference’: Where Are They Now? – Dr. Tim Meade
Tiny Tim & Friends (TTF) in Lusaka, Zambia How access to scientific literature crucially improves the lives of affected children, adolescents and pregnant women from some of the most economically deprived compounds in Lusaka, Zambia.By Nina Elsemueller Four years ago
Research4Life’s HINARI Wins MLA’s 2015 Louise M. Darling Medal for Outstanding Health Science Collection
HINARI Program Manager, Kimberly Parker receives the T. Mark Hodges International Service Award   Austin, Texas May 18th 2015 – The Medical Library Association and Research4Life partnership announced today that the HINARI program has received the MLA’s 2015 Louise Darling
A librarian working with doctors to save lives
In this new video, we follow Nasra Gathoni for a day in her job as Librarian at the Aga Kahn University library.
HINARI Impact survey 2014
Launched in January 2002, HINARI is the oldest programme of the Research4Life partnership.  This programme focuses on bringing peer-reviewed access to the major journals in biomedical and related social sciences to local, not-for-profit institutions in developing countries. Today, after 12 years, 170 publisher partners
How Research4Life helped a physiotherapist find better ways to treat his patients
Physiotherapist Mulugeta Bayisa’s experience with Research4Life’s Hinari programme has helped him find better ways to treat his patients and teach his students. More than that, though, it has changed the way he thinks. Watch this video to find out more. Mulugeta
Advancing the standard of medical research means saving more lives for this hospital in Nepal
In his role as a paediatrician at Kathmandu’s Shree Birendra Hospital, Arun Neopane is a voracious consumer of journal papers. This passion led to his appointment in 2003 as the hospital’s Officer in Charge and editor of the Journal of
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