HHT in the News
As part of the “Day One” project supporting newborn health technologies, Rice University produced a video about the Pumani bCPAP.
The Houston Chronicle wrote an article about the Rice University Global Health program, which includes a section about the Pumani bCPAP.
DoseRight Syringe Clips were included in the 2012 World Health Organization’s “Compendium of Innovative Health Technologies for Low-Resource Settings.”
Maternova featured an article about the Clinton Health Access Initiative’s Rapid Nationwide Deployment of the DoseRight Syringe Clip in Swaziland.
The Gates Foundation blog listed the Pumani as one of “The Winning Cutting Edge Ideas to Save Lives.”
Jordan Schermerhorn, a Rice bioengineering grad, wrote an article in the New York Times about Low-Tech Life Savers, featuring the Pumani.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business featured two articles about the DoseRight Syringe Clips in their “Global Health Innovation Insight Series”:
Rice University made a video about the development of the DoseRight clips at Rice, entitled Rice360 students develop dosing clips to curb HIV in Africa.
Students who worked on the design and implementation of the DoseRight Syringe Clips attended the Fourth Annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) Meeting, where they discussed and presented their plan for disseminating the clips throughout Swaziland.
Rice University also featured a story about the event.