On the Front Lines of Primary Health Care 

On the Front Lines of Primary Health Care 

A day in the life of a nurse and community health officer in Nagaland, India By Krithika Murali, Katherine Seaton, and Kritika Gupta with support from Ojungsangla Longkumer At 9 a.m., the Mopungchuket Health and Wellness Center in Nagaland, India, opens its doors and Nurse and Community Health Officer Rongsenlila Pongen and her dedicated team

Strengthening India’s Labs:  

To prepare for and help prevent the next pandemic, global health leaders assert that countries need well-equipped laboratories and experts who are capable of detecting dangerous pathogens and new variants in time to respond. These labs need to be capable of genome sequencing—a technology that determines the DNA or RNA sequence of an organism, enabling

India’s historic step to strengthen nursing, midwifery workforce 

The Indian parliament recently passed the National Nursing and Midwifery Commission Bill as part of a comprehensive reform to strengthen and regulate the quality of nursing education and practice to benefit the health of  Indian families. The introduction of the National Nursing and Midwifery Commission Bill is a significant milestone in bolstering nursing and midwifery