by Sofia Gruskin, published by The Lancet
New methodology strengthens public health monitoring using human rights When it comes to measuring the success of public health work—from immunizations to family planning services—experts rely on sets of standardized indicators. But these indicators often neglect the voices and human rights of people who use the services, according to USC researchers. The USC Program on … Continue reading USC researchers develop method to monitor human rights in public health services
by Justin M. Feldman, Sofia Gruskin, Brent A. Coull and Nancy Krieger, published by PLoS Medicine.
By Justin M. Feldman, Sofia Gruskin, Brent A. Coull and Nancy Krieger, published in the American Journal of Public Health.
An editorial co-authored by Laura Ferguson, associate director of the Program on Global Health & Human Rights, reflects on the impact that President Donald Trump's restoration of the Global Gag Rule will have on women across the world, as well as those working to protect reproductive rights. Published in Reproductive Heath Matters Mar. 6, International Women’s Day, “Not without a … Continue reading Not without a fight: standing up against the Global Gag Rule
By Jennifer J. K. Rasanathan, Sarah MacCarthy, Debora Diniz, Els Torreele, and Sofia Gruskin, published in the American Journal of Public Health.
By Laura Ferguson, Ian Henry, Alexandra Nicholson, and Sofia Gruskin, published by the United Nations Development Program.
By Torres A., Gruskin, S. , Buse, K., Erkkola, T., Bendaud, V., Alfvén, T, published in AIDS and Behavior
By Miriam Hartmann, Rajat Khosla, Suneeta Krishnan, Asha George, Sofia Gruskin, and Avni Amin, published in PLOS One .
By Stemple, L., Karegeya P., Gruskin, S. , published in Human Rights Quarterly