Mistrust, telemedicine, Alzheimer’s, human rights and sexual health—USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health faculty are presenting and participating in discussions on a range of global health subjects at this week’s 2018 American Association of Public Health Annual Meeting & Expo in San Diego Nov. 10-14. The meeting is the largest annual gathering of public health professionals and this year’s them focused on “Creating the Healthiest Nation: Health Equity Now.” Read the event blog for highlights.
- 4283.0 Medical mistrust: A barrier to male contraception for Black Americans in Los Angeles, CA
- 5093.0 Use of telemedicine to address health disparities in rural Haiti
- 4099.0 Cultural Beliefs regarding autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s Disease among at-risk Mexicans
- 4361.1 Engaging Human Rights for Global Health: Sexual Rights and the importance of definitions and data to drive global engagement
- 4194.0 Engaging Law and Global Health to Achieve Health Equity in these Troubled Times
Pictured: Editors and contributors to the book Global Perspectives on Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Across the Lifecourse at APHA 2018 in San Diego. (Photo courtesy | Springer Public Health)