Workplace wellness programming in low-and middle-income countries: a qualitative study of corporate key informants in Mexico and India

by Heather Wipfli, Kristin Dessie Zacharias, Nuvjote (Nivvy) Hundal, Luz Myriam Reynales Shigematsu, Deepika Bahl, Monika Arora, Shalini Bassi and Shubha Kumar, in Globalization and Health.

USC wins big at international global health case competition

An interdisciplinary team of students representing four USC schools won the International Emory University Global Health Case Competition Mar. 25, joining the elite few to have clinched first place in the event’s seven years. With a $6,000 check in tow, the students returned to Los Angeles after a surreal whirlwind week in Atlanta synthesizing ideas … Continue reading USC wins big at international global health case competition

USC students compete in cross-campus health challenge

2016 USC Global Health Case Competition

For the fifth year, nearly 100 USC students from 10 colleges focused on pressing issues at the USC Global Health Case Competition. This year, teams had a week to identify and implement global programs to foster healthy communities in lower-income countries, as mock consultants “hired” by the American Cancer Society. Master of Public Health candidates … Continue reading USC students compete in cross-campus health challenge

New corporate wellness project launches with American Cancer Society

Dr. Heather Wipfli and the Institute for Global Health have been awarded a grant by the American Cancer Society to study corporate health and wellness programming internationally in order to inform the society's global cancer prevention programs, specifically regarding workplace wellness. With partners in India and Mexico, the project team will explore corporate sector perspectives … Continue reading New corporate wellness project launches with American Cancer Society