Nepal's first initiative of its kind
To contribute to quality improvement and equitable health service in health facilities and communities through evidence generation and advisory services.
Analyze global evidence in important topics of global health and clinical medicine to purpose and test appropriate health interventions at country level.
Design and implement its own research to generate new evidence as well as provide consultancy services to support other groups that want to do global health and medical research and projects.
Identify evidence gaps in health sector through literature review and synthesis and propose collaborative projects to fill such gaps.
Provide advisory services, for example epidemiological analyses, to the governments and other stakeholders of the health sector in Nepal and other countries, not only to support them on decision-making but for an overall strengthening of the national health systems and improvement of clinical care.
Promote scholarly activities and academic exchanges among early-to-mid career researchers in clinical medicine and global health.
Support capacity building of local researchers, including support for masters and PhD projects and job creation for research staff.
Epidemiology of COVID-19 mortality in Nepal: An analysis of the National Health Emergency Operation Center data
In this analysis of the National Health Emergency Operations Center data, the pattern of COVID-19 deaths during 1st wave vs 2nd wave of COVID-19 has been described. Here are key
A readworthy book published by Springer Nature Group includes COVID-19 stories of 15 cities around the globe. In a chapter co-authored by GLOHMED researchers, they describe pandemic preparedness and early
A Global Matchmaking Web Platform Facilitating Equitable Institutional Partnerships And Mentorship To Strengthen Health Workforce Training Capacity
The Capacity Building Platform (CPS), a new initiative of the Workforce Capacity Building Subcommittee of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) attempts to empower institutions and individuals in
Climate change has been a topic of debate worldwide for sometimes now. It has become one of the biggest health threats for mankind. Climate change has led to frequent extreme
Cancer is one of the major global health issues, and a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. There are list of factors that predisposes a person to develop cancer,
A study published by The BMJ provides an up-to-date summary of evidence on the risk of heart inflammation (myocarditis and pericarditis) after mRNA vaccination against the COVID-19 virus. The review of more than 8,000
GlohMed participated in the 23rd Tropical Medicine Colloquium in Kathmandu, jointly organized by the Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM), Belgium and Nepal Health Research Council.
Two research assistants from GLOHMED, Dr. Sagar Pahari and Dr. Prakriti Karki, participated in the South Asian Melioidosis Congress
Investigator (Child Health)