On October 28, 2020, join the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health Student Advisory Council for a Lunch and Learn event with Avery R. Everhart, a PhD candidate in Population, Health, & Place within Spatial Sciences Institute. The training and discussion will provide an introduction to geographic thinking and GIS science with an emphasis on its use in global health.
For global public health, we often need to draw upon data and empirical research even when we foreground an analysis of cultural attitudes toward health and well-being. Geographic thinking and GIS can, at their best, bridge cultural and empirical analyses of health inequalities around the world. Through this workshop, attendees will be introduced to space- versus place-based thinking, what GIS is and how it is used, and the basics of cartography and geovisualization.
Avery R. Everhart
Avery Everhart is a PhD candidate in Population, Health, & Place within the Spatial Sciences Institute. Her dissertation work is on global transgender health and human rights and she is broadly interested in sexual and reproductive health and rights, spatial epidemiology, transgender studies, and the interactions between sociolegal and spatial determinants of health.
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 PM PST,
Live Zoom Event
No background or prior knowledge of geography or GIS is needed, and all are welcome.
Meeting ID: 945 8475 5666
This event is presented by the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health and the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health Student Advisory Council.
To sign up for the USC IIGH newsletter click here