The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health will host Pascale Allotey for a conversation around "Addressing gender, equity and marginalization in global health: moving from reductionism to complexity" on September 25, 2019.
Registration for the 2019 Association of Pacific Rim Universities Global Health Program Global Health Case Competition is now open. This is a great way for students to practice developing an intervention approach using a practical, real-world challenge. Last year the USC team won! To learn more about the competition and how to register visit: https://apruglobalhealth.org/casecompetition/ … Continue reading 2019 APRU Global Health Case Competition
The Association of Pacific Rim Universities Global Health Program hosts annual conferences each year at member universities. The 2019 conference will be hosted at the University of Hong Kong Nov. 17-20. Visit https://apruglobalhealth.org/2019conference/ to learn more. Global Urban Health Date - 17-20 November 2019 Location - The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong Conference Secretariat … Continue reading APRU Global Health Conference 2019
A collaboration between the USC Law & Global Health Collaboration, the Civics and Social Media Group and the Civic Imagination Project on April 18, 2018, this symposium brought USC and area experts and students together to explore new ways of ensuring sexual and reproductive health and rights within the United States and globally, in an increasingly restrictive political climate.
Global health work and training in underserved areas presents unique opportunities to serve and to learn, but also increases exposure to safety risks. The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the Nepal earthquake, and the current refugee crisis in Europe and the Middle East highlight the need to focus on health, safety, and security of … Continue reading Webinar: Global Health, Safety and Security for Deploying Students, Staff, and Clinicians Overseas
In its first report to address sexual health, human rights and the law, the World Health Organization called on policymakers, health care providers, non-governmental organizations and others to remove barriers to information and services. Read more on USC News. (Photo/Valeria Preisler)