Three Decades Later, We’re Still Grappling With the Guinea Worm | Undark | Recommended reforms for a global disease eradication campaign during the complicated period of “almost.”
In the Middle East, Mobile Phone Technology Helps Girls Get Immunized| Fusion | On the promise and pitfalls of quick fixes for health systems strengthening in conflict.
Liberia After Ebola | Mechanical Engineering Magazine | On proactive planning in crises, and harnessing emergency investments.
Low-Tech Life Savers | New York Times | A series on HIV, crop diversification, and context-appropriate neonatal medical devices in Malawi and Lesotho.
Valor Morghulis: A Statistical Guide to Deaths in Game of Thrones | Deadspin | Epidemiological shenanigans.
On the messier-but-more-frequent end, I've dug out a corner to fumble over international health, epidemiology, and conflict, interwoven with many, many "I"s. Per Joan Didion: "Had I been blessed with even limited access to my own mind there would have been no reason to write."
Brighter Beginnings panel on Child Health, CGI U 2015