The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Not Only a Viral Event (4th Conference)

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The fourth meeting of "The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Not Only a Viral Event" will continue to discuss the new challenges for control of the pandemic. This two-day virtual conference will comprise a series of webinars that values the participation of researchers addressing the social and political determinants of SARS-COV-2 infection and COVID-19 illness, the production […]

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Threats of Climate Change to Children’s Health and Equity: Solutions Now

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Air pollution and climate change due largely to fossil fuel emissions are affecting children’s health and brain development in multiple ways. All children are at risk, but the burden of ill health and impairment falls unequally on children in communities of color and low-income communities. Solutions exist but must be implemented in ways that address […]

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LAGHC 2022

Organized by students in medicine, public health and other disciplines from universities all over Southern California, LAGHC 2022 on Jan. 29 will highlight ongoing local and global efforts in developing health systems, partnerships and climate change mitigation.

Why Should Californians Care About Global Health?

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Join the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health for a special event with Rep. Judy Chu, U.S. representative for California's 27th congressional district, and Rep. Katie Porter, U.S. representative for California's 45th congressional district. Global health represents the values Americans project to the world, our alliances with other countries, and our compassion for all people […]

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2022 USC Global Health Case Competition

The annual USC Global Health Case Competition brings together teams of students from all disciplines to tackle a critical global health challenge. Fourteen days after receiving the case, each team of 5 students must propose realistic, innovative solutions to a panel of expert judges. This year the competition will take place virtually. The winning team […]

Using Data to Advance the Science of Health Disparities: A Global, Multi-Level Perspective

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Join the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health for a lecture featuring Dr. Rumi Chunara, an assistant professor at New York University in computer science and biostatistics/epidemiology, and leader of the Chunara Lab, which aims to develop computational and statistical approaches for acquiring, integrating and using data to improve population-level public health. Equalizing health disparities […]

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Self-Care Interventions for Health and Well-Being

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This presentation by Manjulaa Narasimhan (WHO) will provide an overview of the new WHO normative guideline on self-care interventions, including terminology and approach, and suggest considerations for implementation. The session will include a focus on what self-care interventions means for health systems, how to ensure that traditionally marginalized populations can benefit from them, and why attention to inequalities and […]

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Acting on Equity: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Future of Global Health

With health equity rising to the top of the U.S. policy agenda, USC IIGH Director of Policy Engagement Prof. Jonathan Cohen will evaluate current opportunities to place equity at the center of U.S. global health diplomacy, investments and programs. Jonathan Cohen is Clinical Professor and Director of Policy Engagement for the USC Institute on Inequalities in […]

CUGH 2022: Healthy People, Healthy Planet, Social Justice

USC IIGH is pleased to co-host CUGH 2022: Healthy People, Healthy Planet, Social Justice (March 28–April 1, 2022), which brings together scientists, students and implementers from academia, NGOs, government, and the private sector to present, learn and collaborate to address pressing global health challenges. Learn more about this virtual conference. Register here.    

Conflict, Response and Health Equity through the Lens of Ukraine

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In partnership with the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences, the Institute on Inequalities in Global Health presents a conversation about the consequences of war on health and equality in Ukraine and beyond. The event will include a featured speaker from Ukraine, together with three global experts who will help situate the conversation: Tetiana […]

COVID-19, Disability, and the Law: Addressing Health Equity

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On April 21, join us for an event featuring Andy Imparato, Executive Director of Disability Rights California and member of the Biden-Harris COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force, who will share his insights and experience at the intersections of law and disability, with a focus on standards of care and vaccine prioritization in the United States […]