LINKS Community News
11 Jan 2021
COVID-19 remains the subject of global attention and concern. Resolve to Save Lives has developed guidance for both health care providers and chronic disease patients to help minimize exposure to coronavirus while ensuring continuity of care.
For additional resources and accurate, timely updates, go to:
- Prevent Epidemics website from Resolve to Save Lives. You can subscribe to the Weekly Science Review here.
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- World Health Organization
16 Dec 2020
Nine months into the Covid-19 pandemic, the world has witnessed over 1 million deaths globally and have seen cases continue to steadily rise. This document provides policy suggestions that can help prevent NCDs, given the increased vulnerability of people living with NCDs to COVID-19.
10 Nov 2020
NCD Alliance and Resolve to Save Lives invites you to a webinar on November 17, 2020 to discuss dismantling barriers to global trans fat elimination.
For more information, go to: https://ncdalliance.org/form/webinar-dismantling-r...
16 Oct 2020
We're excited to launch our new implementation guide for hypertension control programs. Take a look and let us know what you think at email@example.com!
10 Sep 2020
We are now accepting one-time grant applications under two request for proposals mechanisms: 1) regular LINKS applications and 2) cardiovascular health (CVH) and COVID-19 rapid response applications.
The deadline to submit a regular application is November 15, 2020; The deadline to submit a CVH +COVID-19 rapid response application is December 31, 2020.
Register to become a LINKS member or log into the member portal for additional information and to gain access to the application documents.
You can access the recording of the information session we held on October 15, 2020 here (password: LINKSgrt3! )
08 Sep 2020
On September 9, 2020 at 9am EDT/ 3pm CEST, the World Health Organization will launch second annual REPLACE report on global trans fat elimination. You can register to attend the virtual event via Zoom.
27 Jul 2020
Johns Hopkins University has launched the 5th installment of their hypertension video series. You can view the other videos here.
16 Jul 2020
We're excited to launch our new resource guide for Healthy Public Food Procurement Policies. The resource guide will be updated at least once a year. The policy examples provided do not reflect a comprehensive list of policies globally. To submit suggestions for additions and updates, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
09 Mar 2020
Salt Awareness Week is March 9-15th and our colleagues at World Action on Salt & Health have prepared materials on the health effects of excess salt to disseminate within your networks. They have also provided guidance on the many ways in which you and your organization get involved.
If your organization is hosting an event for Salt Awareness week, please email photos or flyers to email@example.com
19 Feb 2020
This week Johns Hopkins launched a free, online training course, “Fundamentals for Implementing a Hypertension Program in Resource-Constrained Settings”! This online course aims to help program managers and implementers in designing, planning, and implementing a hypertension control program.
We know that each setting is unique, and every factor involved in implementing this type of program cannot be addressed in one course. However, the course modules provide the basic knowledge necessary for successful program implementation and includes useful tips relevant to different settings and other types of personnel like physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and community-health workers.
We hope this course will help you implement and manage a successful hypertension program. You can access the course at: https://globalhypertensionathopkins.org/
10 Jan 2020
Resolve to Save Lives, an initative of Vital Strategies, will partner with city, state/provincial, or national governments to develop, implement, and evaluate healthy public food procurement policies.
We are looking for programs that adopt a whole-of-government approach, rather than limit the intervention to one government agency (e.g., schools), and which have the policy commitment to implement rapidly and evaluate openly.
Proposals should cover a time frame of no more than one year and will be funded up to USD $75,000. The deadline to submit an application is February 3, 2020.