ReproLine was developed by JHPIEGO, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University. JHPIEGO, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health of women and families throughout the world, works to increase the number of qualified health professionals trained in modern reproductive healthcare, especially family planning. ReproLine was developed to provide all JHPIEGO trainers continued contact with JHPIEGO, support for their training activities and tools for their professional development. Everything on the ReproLine site is provided to support the needs of trainers in their many roles.
A computerised source of demographic and socio-economic statistics for 227 countries and areas of the world. It is maintained by the US Census Bureau's International Programs Center. Some of the major types of data available in the IDB include: population by age and sex as well as vital rates, infant mortality and life tables.
The M/MC is part of the Johns Hopkins Population Information Program, which is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development to provide health professionals with information and materials that enable them better to meet the need for health care services. The M/MC is part of the National Prevention Information Network, the U.S. reference, referral, and distribution service for information and materials on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, and Tuberculosis, sponsored by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Is a source for global information on HIV/AIDS medicine, prevention, and policy issues. Also contains regional and country-level analyses of key policy issues. HIV Insite is based at the University of California San Francisco.
AMREF's mission, in partnership with communities, governments and donors, is to improve health care for the underserved in Africa through service delivery, training and research.
PRB is dedicated to providing timely, objective information on US and international population trends. They inform policymakers, the media, and concerned citizens working in the public interest about the demographic trends that shape our world.
An international, nonprofit, nongovernmental institution that seeks to improve the wellbeing and reproductive health of current and future generations around the world and to help achieve a humane, equitable, and sustainable balance between people and resources. The Council conducts biomedical, social science, and public health research and helps build research capacities in developing countries.
AIDS/HIV/STD, family planning, reproductive health and women's studies: Family Health International works to improve reproductive health around the world, with an emphasis on developing countries.
A collection of high-quality, peer-reviewed resources for physicians, other health care professionals, and the general public. The site is produced and maintained by JAMA editors and staff under the direction of an editorial review board of leading Women's Health authorities. It includes updates on News items on women's health, a journal scan, STD and Contraception Information.
Advancing Health Care Through Information Technology Includes the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA)