JSI blog posts highlight issues of importance in public and community health. We launched The Pump during the International AIDS Conference in Vienna in 2010. Since that time, The Pump has expanded to reflect on other public health issues. JSI technical staff also write blogs for some of our clients and projects and also contribute to external blogs.
The Pump is JSI's online hub for articles and blog posts written by our staff in the U.S. and around the globe. The Pump connects you to the latest public health news and opinion from the foremost experts in the evolving fields of HIV, maternal and child health, health disparities, health reform, and social media. You can also follow The Pump for updates, stories, and photos from JSI's many U.S. and international projects.
The AIDS.gov blog is a forum that fosters public discussion on using new media in response to HIV/AIDS, as well as HIV and AIDS research and policies, with a specific emphasis on the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
Delivering the Optimal Dose: Promoting Widespread Access to Child Friendly Medicines for CCM
The Improving Supply Chains for Community Case Management of Pneumonia and Other Common Diseases of Childhood (SC4CCM) Project's blog, Delivering the Optimal Dose: Promoting Widespread Access to Child Friendly Medicines for CCM, is an informal forum for project staff to share their daily experiences in the field, as well as larger lessons they have learned over the course of the project.