Examine the gaps between research, policy and practice through the Non-communicable and Chronic Disease Initiative; the Maternal, Newborn, Child and Reproductive Health Integration Initiative; and Global HIV/AIDS and Malaria Initiative.
Translate research findings for policy, program implementing and general audiences to promote the use of evidence as a basis for policy and practice (conducted through the Initiatives).
- Analyze the research literature, unpublished reports, and policy and program guidances, and provide opportunities to showcase member publications.
- Develop electronic and print publications that describe, in an accessible format, important or emerging issues in global health. Longer reports will be summarized in fact sheets and blog posts, allowing ready access to valuable information.
- Expand into pod- or videocasts that feature staff and representatives from member organizations discussing recently released news; changes in policy, research or practice; or challenges for the future.
Promote member and partner activities in the field to illustrate the ways in which others can implement similar programming (conducted through the Initiatives).
- Building on past survey efforts and information from the Global Health Council’s publications and blogs, GHC's surveys will focus on programs or activities that have generated successful outcomes in developing countries.
- Following up with the Gates Award for Global Health and Best Practice in Global Health Award recipients, profiles will focus on how these innovative programs achieved success.
- Map community projects and provide links to descriptions of member organizations working on various global health issues.
- Provide information about selected Global Health Council member projects, activities, and publications.