Acting on Data

Discover stories from around the world about the people turning IHME evidence into health impact.
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Five major takeaways on antibiotic-resistant infections in Africa

“[Antimicrobial resistance (AMR)] is really that cross-cutting issue that can bring a stop, or regression, to the progress that we have made when you think about modern medicine,” said Yewande Alimi, AMR/ONE Health Lead at Africa CDC.

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Africa CDC and IHME join forces to train health officials

Africa CDC, an independent health agency of the African Union, and IHME joined forces to promote data science and evidence-based decision-making throughout Africa.

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On gun violence, the United States is an outlier

When we look exclusively at high-income countries and territories with populations of 10 million or more, the US ranks first for its high levels of gun violence.

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Salvando a los niños de las infecciones resistentes a los antibióticos

Una entrevista con la Dra. Gisela Robles Aguilar, la primera autora de un reciente estudio dirigido por IHME sobre la resistencia a los antibióticos en la Región de las Américas de la OMS y una investigadora de la Carga Mundial de Morbilidad en la Universidad de Oxford.

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Saving children from antibiotic-resistant infections 

An interview with Dr. Gisela Robles Aguilar, the first author of a recent IHME-led study on antibiotic resistance in the WHO Region of the Americas and a Global Burden of Disease researcher at the University of Oxford.

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Arthritis is surprisingly widespread

A new study led by IHME shows that arthritis is a prime cause of disability among the general population, particularly women and people with uteruses.

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Get to know our new website

We’re excited to unveil some new features that will make your search for health data faster than ever. 

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Long COVID is a serious health concern in Europe

Nearly 36 million Europeans – or 1 in 30 – may have experienced long COVID in the first three years of the COVID-19 pandemic, announced the World Health Organization (WHO) European regional director Dr. Hans Kluge, who cited the latest estimates by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME).