Guest Editorial: Women and eHealth

  • Coumba Diawara Toure Founder, Chairperson of Advanced Development for Africa. Co-Founder of Zero Mothers Die
Keywords: women, technology, eHealth

Abstract

Digital health and education are potentially huge game changers at the intersection of technology, health and academia. This will radically change how we access and use personal general information and knowledge.

Author Biography

Coumba Diawara Toure, Founder, Chairperson of Advanced Development for Africa. Co-Founder of Zero Mothers Die

Coumba D. Toure is a holder of Masters Degree in biomedical sciences and specialized in virology. She is born in Mali and started her career as head of the department of virological research at the National Institute of Public Health.After her successful carreer in the World Health Organization as the Program manager of the African AIDS Vaccine Program, she founded in 2010 the Advanced Development for Africa Foundation. In 2013, she joinde the Zero Mothers Die Consortium as one of the Co-Founder.

References

WHO-ITU joint report on eHealth and innovation in women and children's health.

UN MDGs progress report

Published
2015-04-10
How to Cite
Toure, C. (2015). Guest Editorial: Women and eHealth. Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and EHealth, 3, e5 (1). Retrieved from https://journals.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/JISfTeH/article/view/114
Section
Special Theme: Women in eHealth